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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 64, 18 June 1832, 18 June 1832-18 June 1832

    of, & c. Upon reading the Petition of the Owners and Occupiers of Land in the Parishes of Landulph and Botusfleming , in the County of Cornwall , and several other Parishes adjacent, whose Names are thereunto subscribed; praying their

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 13 April 1831, 13 April 1831-13 April 1831

    Kent , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Botusfleming: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists worshipping at Botusfleming Chapel, in the Parish of Botusfleming , in the County of Cornwall ,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 64, Index K-Z

    utterly disunite Church and State; and to suspend all coercive Proceedings respecting Tithes in Ireland; from Beaminster. - Landulph and Botusfleming. 76. - to exclude the Clergy from the Magistracy, and for regulating County Expences; from Cheshire, (received as Petition

    Index to Session 1830-31, K-Z

    Maidstone; Inhabitants of Norwood; Parkham; Stoke Goldington; Littleham; Barham; Silver Street Chapel, Ro therhithe; Mint Lane Chapel, Exeter; Great Chart; Botusfleming; Lewisham; Bideford; Hollingbourne; West Buckland; and Faversham. - St. Germans and Mynard Chapels; Elham; Salem Chapel, Chatham; Chiddingstone; Treworlas

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nicholson and Mite. *U, High Street, Ald^ate, uphoStwS" ' mm\mZ ?* _*** n*^' 9 "g eo «-Paddon and Co~ I Botusfleming, Cornwai l . c^na merchants. ° M L MVIDENDS. M tS 9 ' . Morrison > Ham. merchant-5, Stockdal* Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    indicted for a felonious assault on Grace Bream. With intent, &c. Grace Brcnn lives at Moditonhato, in the parish of Botusfleming ; is a widow with tWo children, the eldest six years, und Ihe youngest eighteen months old ; her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rosevea.i Row, Penzance,' Mrs. Ladner, aged 64 years. Near Penzance, on Sunday last, Mr. Wright, at an advanced age. At Botusfleming, Mary, daughter of the late Mr. John Wright, of Bush, near Nutter, aged 36. September 24, at Auckland, New Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Navy, and is now standing and growing on the BARTON of HATT, and the ESTATES adjoining, in the Parish of Botusfleming, within half a mile of King's Hill, and Marrow Borough Quays, where the Timber may be shipped for Plymouth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Majesty's Navy, and is now standingand arrowing on the BARTON of HATT, and the ESTATES adjoining, ia the Parish of Botusfleming, within half a mile of King's Hill, and Marrow Borough Quays, where the Timber may be shipped for Plymouth Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Index, 20 October 1831

    Maidstone; Inhabitants of Norwood; Parkham ; Stoke Goldington; Littleham; Barham; Silver Street Chapel, Rotherhithe; Mint Lane Chapel, Exeter; Great Chart; Botusfleming; Lewisham ; Bideford ; Hollingbourne; West Buckland; and Faversham, 412. — St. Germans and Mynard Chapels ; Elham ; Subscribers-only content

    18 June 1832, 18 June 1832

    Tithes, Upon reading the Petition of the Owners and Occupiers Petition from of Land in the Parishes of Landulph and Botusfleming, ^"^ in the County of Cornwall, and several other Parishes adjacent, whose Names are thereunto subscribed ; praying their Subscribers-only content

    Index, 16 October 1832

    disunite Church and State; and to suspend all coercive Proceedings respecting Tithes in Ireland; from Beaminster, 294. — Landulph and Botusfleming, 302. 76. ¦ to exclude the Clergy from the Magistracy, and for regulating County Expences; from Cheshire, (received as Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    115, p. Blyth, 526. Booking, 167. Boddicott, 173. Bodmin, 177. (p. 186.) Borrowstonness, 507. Borwick, 264, p. Boston, 161, p. Botusfleming, 312. Bowes, 102. Boxford, 185. Brackley, 177, p. Braintree, 167. Brampton, 203, p. Breason, 161. Brechin, 203. Brent- wood, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 1 Geo. IV - 3 Gul. IV, Vols. LIII - LXIV

    414 a. Bosham, 457 a. Bosley, 57 b. Boston, 97 b. 99 b. 109 b. 224b. Botaley, 438 a. ~ Botusfleming, 412 b. Boudary, 73 b. Boughton, 57 b. Bourn, 458 a. Bourton-on-the-Water, 146 a. Boveytracey, 62 a. Bow, 54 Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Botisfleming, 1821

    Botisfleming [cottage, church] View of a thatched cottage at left, with porch supported by wooden pillars, and a church beyond the fence at centre, surrounded by trees on three sides; scratched-letter state. Soft-ground etching

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