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You searched for: Place: Callington, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    Callington

    Callington Borough Background Information THOMAS LAWTON Nov. 1584 THOMAS HARRIS I Nov. 1584 EDWARD AYLWORTH 1586 WILLIAM HERLE 1586 HENRY GOLDING II 25 Oct. 1588 ROBERT WORSLEY 25 Oct. 1588 (SIR) ROBERT CAREY 1593 CAREW REYNELL 1593 HENRY FERRERS

    Callington

    Callington Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen ROBERT ROLLE 21 Apr. 1660 EDWARD HERLE 21 Apr. 1660 JOHN CORYTON I vice Herle, chose to sit for Fowey 21 June 1660 SIR HUGH POLLARD, Bt. vice Rolle,

    Callington

    Callington Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the inhabitants resident for a year Number of Qualified Electors: about 150 in 1716 Sir John Coryton, 2nd Bt. 28 Feb. 1690 Francis Fulford 28 Feb. 1690 Jonathan Prideaux 20 Oct.

    CORYTON, Sir John, 4th Bt. (?1690-1739), of West Newton Ferrers, nr. Callington, Cornw.

    CORYTON, Sir John, 4th Bt. (?1690-1739), of West Newton Ferrers, nr. Callington, Cornw. Constituency Dates Callington 1713 1722 Callington 1727 1734 Biography Coryton, whose family had represented Callington almost continuously since the Restoration, was returned for it as a Tory

    CORYTON, William (1650-1711), of Newton Ferrers, Cornw. and the Middle Temple.

    Temple. Constituency Dates Bossiney Mar. 1679 Newport Oct. 1679 Callington 1681 Callington 1685 Mitchell 12 Dec. 1689 Callington 1695 Callington 1698 Callington Feb 1701 Callington 30 Nov. 1703 Callington 1708 Callington 1710 6 Dec. 1711 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    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

    . 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

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on time pn-inciple of the num- ber of ministers. Some other circuits and districts peti. tioned-on thee same principle.-Mr. N~iechlls (Callington) argued. that every circuit should support not only its own, ministers, bat Also their children. They would never. be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Chairmnu of the Llaurhidiat Bituninorrs Colliery Company, Limiteell Jamee Bancks, Esq., Broxbourne, lerts (Director of the Tamar Kit Hill and Callington Railway Companyl. Thomas John Bolton, Esq. 1Mai1 Contractor), Gough Street, Gray's loin Rload; and Grove Park, Kingsbury. George Ward Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    54,110. ; loss San ICayetano property for reek ended September 29, 188B, $;1,570. ir The prospectus is published of the Callington Unitedi :, Mines Company, with a capital of £100,000., in f£l. shares, d 25,000 of which are issued to Subscribers-only content

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