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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lips," that had rested all the time, tried to bring it out. There was another general pull-up at the Buck's Head, at Mitcham, after we had passed the Red Lion, which appeared to be the rendezvous of all the vans, Subscribers-only content

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    Tatelor. M ay be viewed, by pernaission at the tenants. Particulars had at the ling's Head; also at the Bucks Head; Garnmay's; and of itteoses. Cafe, Son, lund Reid, Great itarlhrouou-h-street. Pointed rad I'ibCqhed by WinLine As.-l- ,ts,,,, s oe Subscribers-only content

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    be had rb; of T. E. Penfold, REsq., solicitor, 42, Alecklelcburg-equare; at Garra- hway's; at the King'is Head and Bucks Head, Mitchiam; the Grey. hound and Coca Inns, Sutton; principal inns at Too, ing, Marten, 4 C alsbalton, Epsom, ard Subscribers-only content

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    ho had - of T. E. Penfold, Esq., solicitor, 42, Mlecklenburg-square; at Garrae. way's; at the King's, Head and Bucks Head, Mitohamn; the Grey- n NY hound and Cook Inns, Sutton; principal inns at Towing, Merton, N .re. Carshalton, Epsom, Subscribers-only content

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    sale, and can he had Of T. E. Fenfold, Esq., solicitor, 42, Mtecklenbutrg-qaeatGra way's; at the King's Head and Bucks Head, Miaa;teGe.tia - hound and Cocit Inns, Sutton; principal inus aToinMrn,24 Carshialton, Epsom, and Croydon ;'and of Messr CowSar tE Subscribers-only content

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    a house fco get a parcel of meat and the horse ran away, and went as far asjthe 'Ihwaite Bucks Head before it was stopped. -His Honour gave judgment for tbe plaintiff for U. i~ os . _______ EYE. , Subscribers-only content

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    and Bars ....£531 O 0 Grampound Town Gate and Bars ... 30 O O M icheH Road Gate and Bucks Head Bar 335 00 Castle-Hill Gate and Short- Lane's- > , pn „ A End-Bars.. £ 160 0 0 Chapel-Hill Subscribers-only content

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    Road Gates and Bars ....£531 0 0 Grampound Town Gate and Bars 30 O 0 Michell Road Gate and Bucks Head Bar 335 0 0 Cafctle-Hill Gate and Short-Lane's- > .--. nrt End-Bars.... \ l 6° ° ° Chapel-Hill and Subscribers-only content

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    * Mr. Symons said that in 1853 he remembered they talked of taking the water from the cutting at Bucks Head, and to bring it without any connection with the other stream to tlie store below Mr. Danbuz's garden, from Subscribers-only content

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    and carrying away a tremendous store of sand. Grove-terrace was inundated by the overflow of Tregolls pond, and at Bucks Head nine young pigs belonging to Mr. Stoot were drowned. The rush of water removed all loose gravel and mud, Subscribers-only content

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    by tiie deposit of night soil of tbe city at a spot near the residence of Mrs. Buse, at Bucks Head, the inspector of the Rural Sanitary Authority has called upon him to abate it. A Continuation School.- Mr. Foott, Subscribers-only content

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    Princes* Royal visit the Scilly Ulandt f ;■•• ■ 33.-First turf of tbe CornwaH.l Railajsy cat at PenhelHck farm, Bucks Head, near TW__,f^' 25-*ew building of the St. JustMp-tton opened. 27.-Tm*o Royal Regatta. *****{* : Sept. fl.-Maraxlon and Mount's Day Subscribers-only content

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    at the mine and he waa conveyed home and placed under the medical care of Mr. Vivian, surgeon, of Bucks Head, Crowan. He is going on favourably.' The weight of tha waggon and stones that passed oxer his thighs, was Subscribers-only content

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    along keeoinir the high ground tothe back ofConinm, and' his own house (Alverton), cross the old turnpike toad below Bucks Head turnpike gate, and go round behind Trnro Yean Cottage; round to Mr. Paul's old fcrm : under r e Subscribers-only content

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    wheel tracks there. The Trus- tees of the Truro Turnpike were now making a new road to lead from Buck's Head to the Turnpike road into which the proposed new road will open.- Cross-examined by Mr. Shil- son.-To ail the Subscribers-only content

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    Bristol, Esq., M.D., of Bath, C.W. DEATHS. Barkle - KiUed at Chiverton mine, Aug. 20, Mr. John Barkle, of Bucks Head, St. Agnes, aged 32. Carthew - At St. Just, August 19, Capt. John Carthew, in his 79th year. Carkeek Subscribers-only content

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    acted aa "waiters'* including the Miasea : Carlyon, of Trevr6, the Misse3 Chilcott, and Miss Har- i vey, o£ Bucks Head. After tea there was some music ; and other amnsemente, flavoured with nuts aad orangf s, , acd the Subscribers-only content

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    and Gaipin were the hares and struck across couutry from Tregolla to tha Water Works, and thence on to Bucks Head luunel and home. Gaipin was caught in the vicinity of Mitchell Hill turnpike ; but the second hare got Subscribers-only content

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    thanks, flowers from Miss Hunkin and papers from Miss Butler. On Friday the annual tea in connection with the Bucks Head Wesleyan Chapel was held in a field kindly lent by Mr. Trenerry. In the evening an open air meeting Subscribers-only content

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    Also, for a term of 10 years, from Midsummer next, all that desirable DWELLING HOUBE, > '■ situated at Bucks Head, near Truro, containing 7 rooms, ' together with wash house, dairy, stable, carriage house, i piggery, garden, and orchard, Subscribers-only content

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