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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    Bossiney

    Bossiney Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen Estimated number qualified to vote: 11 in 1820, rising to 25 in 1831 SIR COMPTON DOMVILLE, bt. 08 Mar. 1820 HON. JOHN WILLIAM WARD 08 Mar. 1820 Sir Charles

    Bossiney

    Bossiney Borough Background Information WILLIAM CARNSEW 1547 JOHN WITHYPOLL 1547 THOMAS JOHNSON 1553 (Mar.) (not known) 1553 (Mar.) ROBERT GEYER 1553 (Oct.) ROBERT BEVERLEY 1553 (Oct.) JOHN BEAUMONT 1554 (Apr.) WILLIAM ROSCARROCK 1554 (Apr.) RICHARD FORSETT 1554 (Nov.) GEORGE

    Bossiney

    Bossiney Borough Background Information ROBERT WARNER 1558/9 FRANCIS WALSINGHAM 1558/9 HUGH OWEN 20 Dec. 1562 STEPHEN BRADDON 20 Dec. 1562 ROBERT WROTH I 1571 GEORGE BASSETT 1571 FRANCIS KINWELMERSH 27 Apr. 1572 ROBERT DOYLEY 27 Apr. 1572 FRANCIS BACON

    Bossiney

    Bossiney Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen FRANCIS GERARD 7 Apr. 1660 CHARLES PYM 7 Apr. 1660 HON. WILLIAM BRERETON vice Pym, chose to sit for Minehead 22 June 1660 HON. ROBERT ROBARTES 22 Apr. 1661

    Bossiney

    Bossiney Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen HENRY CARTWRIGHT 25 Jan. 1715 SAMUEL MOLYNEUX 25 Jan. 1715 CARTWRIGHT 18 June 1720 re-elected after appointment to office ROBERT CORKER 16 Apr. 1722 HENRY KELSALL 16 Apr. 1722

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sandleford

    eagle vert . This Matthew Montagu , who was born 23 November 1762 , and entered Parliament as member for Bossiney in 1786 , was elected for Tregony in 1790 and for St. Germans in 1806 and 1807. He married

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 April 1825, 26 April 1825

    Turnpike Road from Trebarwith Sands on " the Sea Shore to Condolden Bridge on the Road lead- « ing from Bossiney to Camelford, all in the County of " Cornwall;" to which they desire the Concurrence of this House. A Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1825, 28 April 1825

    from Tre- Road Bill. " barwith Sands on the Sea Shore to Condolden Bridge " on the Road leading from Bossiney to Camelford, all in " the County of Cornwall." Ordered, That the said Bill be committed to the Con¬ Subscribers-only content

    2 May 1825, 2 May 1825

    maintaining a Turnpike Road from Trebarwith Sands " on the Sea Shore to Condolden Bridge on the Road leading from Bossiney to Camelford, all in the County " of Cornwall," was committed; " That they had con- " sidered the Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1825, 3 May 1825

    Turnpike Road from Tre- Road Bill: barwith Sands on the Sea Shore to Condolden Bridge on the Road leading from Bossiney to Camelford, all in the County of Cornwall." The Question was put, "Whether this Bill shall " pass?" It Subscribers-only content

    20 May 1825, 20 May 1825

    a Turnpike Road from Trebarwith " Sands, on the Sea Shore, to Condolden Bridge^ on the " Road leading from Bossiney to Camelford, all in the " County of Cornwall:" "An Act for more effectually " amending, improving and keeping Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE SIXTY BOROVGHS PROPOSED TO BE .DISFRANCHISED. Plece.'- Am t Ufowtil~err ~Pr~ewailing Tspuence. yNaireofj-suffrage. Total. Aldborougb -Lori Stormont..D. ofNewcastlei. How; elders pay J. F. C. clntoni j~.D. ofNewcastle fig" scot aid lot...- 60 Aldeburg: ,... Maiqsiiof Duou i.MirofIfesifford-. tBilifra, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    committee, and proceeded with schedule A. It was agreed that Old Sarum, Newtown (Isle of Wight), St. Michael's, Garton, Bramber, Bossiney, Dunwicb, Ludgershall, St. Mawes, Beeralston, West Looe, St. Germain's, Newport (Cornwall), Bletch. ingley, and Aldborough, Carneltord, Hindon, East Looe, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Reports on each Corporation. In Two Parts. Part I. includes the following places:-Aberavon, Aberystwyth, Abingdon, Banbury*, Barnstaple, Berkely, Bideford, Bodmin, Bossiney, Brackley, Brad- ninch, Brecon, Bridgewater, Buckiogham, Camelford, Cardiff, Cardigan, Car- marthen, Chipping Wycombe, Chipping Norton, Chipping Sodbury, Cowbridge, Crickho*ell Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; there they stand, bare as the sea-vexed rocks below. The cliffs here are hung with samphire. The people of Bossiney believe that Arthur still haunts these ruined battleMeents, in the shape of a chough or a raven. Cervantes wentions Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    called to the bar at Lincoln's Iiile. Ina the following year lie was returned to Parliament for the borough of Bossiney, but only represented that constituency a few montlis, for in ISIS lie was chosen member for his father's borough Subscribers-only content

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