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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lie wiasirot 'to be baed: but kept lier eloise ontboard, intil' the I unistable slthom. lie bafj ha;iled bo reaching Callington, had pro, r"red a warrant. His tin-grrsitlsl rirstnttvyom~te, findino-she could ioat give hips the: doublea second titiie, resolved to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sway. He should be the lastman-to talk df'Borough, inteTest; 'for it is well known that the Borough:ofThet- ford in Norifolkl-and Callington in Cornwall, 'are his, by the dirt of ids -breeches packets. HIe has acted like a ptudent general-certainly uone Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    And then we should beat them. Tltey had been told othgat silk: was- an exotic,, by tlle Hont. Members for Callington and ,Newark; -butso was cotton; and lte should like to knozw wbat there was .tervetnt our silk- equalling our Subscribers-only content

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    Colchester.. Thomson, P., Durham (County). Heneage, U.. F., Great Urimsby.. Horton, -ightiHon. W., Newcastle- F Paired off. nhder-Lyne. Attwood, M.; Callington. Howick, Lord, Winchilsea. Beaumont, 1'. W., Staffiord. Huskisson, Right Hon. W., Liver- Birch, J.; Nottingham. - pool. iCave; O., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it were not really the men that represented its commerce. Who were these men ? The two lion. members for Callington, the member for Bramber, the member for Midhurst, the member for Wendover, and the members for Old Sarum. Those Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GENERAL ELECTIONS. The instances of devotion on the part of the electors have been such as to exalt, in a very cheering manner, our estimate of the public virtue of which our countrymen are at times capable. We take Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    districts. On Monday night a rick of hay and a stack oats, belonging to Mr. Sam- bells, the overseer of Callington, in Cornwall, were burnt, before assist- ance could be obtained to extinguish the flames. Several fires were per- petrated Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Corfe Castle, Great Bedwin, Yarmouth, Queenborough, Castle Rising, East Grin- stead, Highami Ferrers, Wendover, Weobly, Winchelsea, Tregony, Haslemere, Saltash, Orford, Callington, Newton (Lancashire), flchlester, Boroughbridge (Yorkshire), Stockbridge, New Romney, Hedon, Plymp- ton, Seaford, Heytesbury, Steyning, Whitchurch, Wootton Bassett, Down- ton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    New London st. Fencbureb st. J. Carter, Berwick st. Soho, licensed victualler. [Selby, Ser. jesuts' inn, Fleet street. J. MaiacbY, Callington, Cornwall, timber merchant, [Smith, Chancery lane. B. Jetferys. Birmingham, grocer. [Chilton, Chancery lane. J. Neesonl and J. Rhodes, Leeds, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Holbori,. 3. Wilkinson, Brymbo, Cheshire, ironmaster, [Taylorand Co. Bedf,rd row. S. Knight, Exeter, stone massn. [Clipperton, Bedford row. H. Snell, Callington, Cornwall, anctioneer. [Makioson and Sanders, Elm conrt. I. Tildesley, W illenhall, Staffordshire, grocer. [White and Whitmore, Bedford row. W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a most triumphant majority in favour of repeal. DINNERt TO J. S. TRELAWNY, EsQ.-A public dinner was given by the Callington Reform Association, to J. S. Trelawny, Esq., the son of the Lord Lieutenant of Cornwall, who contested the eastern Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Artillery ground, silk manufacturers-R. and W. Mitchell, Trao, merchants- T. and B. Baker, CJoebain, Kent, wheelwrights-W. Dawe and H. Rosebilly, Callington, Cornwall, weollen drapers ear.heClaue mand 4. OHiof, Wardour street, Sohe, jewel-case makers-S. and B. P. Halse, Crescent, Jewin street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . P- dlentine, Wardnour street, Sole, carvers aed gildere-'. G. Wlllthiane, and A. H.T Kemp, Lierpool-J. Milroe ald G. C-cl;, Callington, Cornmall, tea dealers-F., J., and P. Danie, Bristol, attornies; as tar as regards J. Daniel--Iunmtden and Cionrmn, lOrham, iran- Subscribers-only content

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    P. Metge, LiverlpoDl, spirit dealers; as far as regards J. M'Creight-T. Courtice and G. H. Blake, Milton Abbott, Devonshire, and Callington, Cornwall, curriers-S. Cross aisd F. Luscas, Oswestry, Shropshire, wine omerchants-W. Milnes and J. 11. Robinson, Coal Exchange, Lower Thames Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    f V. Ring 00 Ligato~ecsand Aneotrislons. Dr H. C. joes's Diostctlon of a Pseudencephall Foetus, with Wood- eat, ANr Brown (Callington) en Abscesses, See. hlir Es's,,, on l'oisouissg by Stievchnlo.-D Alloart on Deufness. Reviesos, of Sousbassn on Ovarluctonsp-ReicenObaOh on Magnetism- Subscribers-only content

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    last veek in various parts of Somersetshire, Devonshire, Cornwvall, and in the island of Xersey. Exeter, Tavistock, Taunton, Torquay, Hourton. Callington, Liskeard, and St Heliers sere the principal scenes of these outbreaks. FIRE ON THE GREAT WESTERN RAILIVAY.-Oii Thursday afternoon, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drapers-Hay 18. P. S. Jones, Wrexhatm,Denbighb,grocer-lhtay 18, J0. Tucker, Taviatock, attorney -Hay 18, H. Prince, Exeter, furrier-Ilay 9, 5.B ejeaat, Callington, Cornwall, attorney-at-law-AIay 17, J. Emery, Licbfiold, tailor. CERTIFICATES to be granted by the Court Of Review, unlens cause be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as member for Taunton, which he continued to represent up to 1820. He then sat for the family borough of Callington, Cornwall, during the two successive parliaments. In 1831 he was elected member for Thetford. At the next general election Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bags, the Tavistock, there was a registered letter. (Letter produced. It was addressed, " H. P. Dwarris, Ive Rectory, near Callington.") Letters for Calling- ton are put into the Tavistock bag. In the Truro there was also a registered letter; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    necessity of enlarging the currency, but was a high Tory, and in 1846 voted for agricultural protection, He sat for Callington in the Parliaments of 1820 and 1826, and for Boroughbridge in those of 1830 and 1831. He repre- sented Subscribers-only content

 

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