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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ELLEMEDE, John, of Cornworthy, Devon.

    �17 a year. Shortly before February 1386 the Kendales broke down his fences and dykes at Cornworthy (on the River Dart), stole a horse and 292 sheep worth �40, felled trees valued at �5, depastured corn and grass worth �10

    BOSOM, John I (d.1440), of Bosomzeal, Dittisham, Devon

    Sheriff, Devon 5 Nov. 1430-26 Nov. 1431. Biography In the mid 13th century Dittisham, a manor situated near the River Dart between Totnes and Dartmouth, had been divided into three parts between the daughters of Henry St. George, one of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his colouring is too vu h( i RlithFqening is a beautiful piece of nature. Mr. lhan5 up o SsCeeontke River Dart; looks as ifit was' de lPo ip ts of soap) Miss WALTON' las improved in nd Cl ssaey d Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and deepening shadows. The luminous genius of Mr TuaRetsu is reflected in the third Print, Dartmouteh Castle, on the River Dart, engraved by Mr LUPTON. Its sunniness brought the fine address in Paradise Lost to our mind,-" Hail, holy light," Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    highly pleasing and exhilarating scene, with a group of trees, most tastefully arranred' and well painted.-The Viewe on the River Dart, in the same mild and picturesque country, by Mr. F. R. Lee, is another of those forcible, faithful, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    O93 ~Of~lT ovo.-Achaemijig Fuirnished Resideitee, wsith two FO. S~ Acres of Ground. hiufily sitimaterl near Dartsnoor coil this ril River Dart, for a sesntbm.-Aviily to Joihi turuieaux, Hilt Crest, L Bitokfnutleigh. 02923 re9. 1~fSOSPRmAtl-usdFuirnislimi Apartiseitt, veith or without attendanee. Moderate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    held at Totnes, on Tuesday evening, on tife body of a man uot identified, and found drowned in the River Dart, it was stated that a publican had refused to take in the body. The coroner said that the publican Subscribers-only content

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