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    TRETHAKE, William I, of Trethake in Lanteglos-by-Fowey, Cornw.

    family of Trethake held the manor near Fowey from which they took their name, as well as lands at Kellow, Cartole and elsewhere in the same neighbourhood. Through his marriage, William added to these estates an interest in land to History of Parliament

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    in Bray, Berks, 296. Crukemure , Crulemure [(?) Crigmurrian in Ph illeigh ] , Cornw., 414. Cruketoll , Cruketill [(?) Cartole in Pelynt or Creegtol in St. Buryan ] , Cornw., 414. Cruykdaile. See Crookdake. Crymbyll , George, 179. Crystylton. Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    industrious young nna et oitina age~t o0 any A laeof t -rust; xcont esiereande S it, t~r 1,ercury-oiiigs ALPfBICI Bokeprai Cartole reiisHmesltrato;1-t 0clmAss testl vaninl icosi go tod li ous. ddrsoo 72 esryeie re-enageraut good isarnelrende.T Vianager. r-36,1, ecuyofie A Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    TDams B, Do. Noal]in. S'Tcefr d 8- 00 5-9-32 :312 Atc'hi'on 153-year Adjust. Bends, Do. lOMd' 227-S2 853 Mit"rport =.d Cartole, 163 1,0t Odd lot. + Nominal prcoo. BIRMINGHMUN CYCLE SHARE MARKET ¢SPECITILY "'FL}GBAPKEDB) BIRMINGHAM, Thursday.-The market keeps busy and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Gireat Western......... 681 f9l 60 I 8 a I St. tes Do. StionrValley Gua.Stk. 65 66 tO all tanneaater and Cartole 69 72 70i 101 141 Do. Thirdo ..... 6 7 p St. 100 Lnniaahire and Yorkahiro. 59 951 554 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    youth, no book probaMy rtyer produced so vivid and startling an impressimi. One reads in the " Reminiscences" how deeply Cartole himself was excited by the composition of it, nay one sees bow exactly he found in it the concentration Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ncex-MBt+aTzcAx. j .. r 1 ** Q * w> J** **• «o direct letter, patent *±l!* m r\ m^J*S-* M o,mx 9** l rftoalTalteiKi? iTif -* l****** fer,<fsresntfaf toe ■cv. T. Hfll, B. lVte the arehdaseoarrof DerbyTvold by tbe Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    THE ACTION AGAINST A STAFF-SERGEANT. £50 DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF PROMISE. Lord Kincairney gave judgtacnt in the Court of Session yesterday in the action by Mary Cunning- ham Wales, Chemical Cottage, Bathgate, against William David Ballan, staff -se -geant Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    COLONFAL AND FOREIGN MAILS, i DESPATCH AND ARRIVAL AT DUNDEE, I Post Office, Jan. ?&. Maii_ , _ Despatch. Akriv-- ~ Argentine Republic andl |U cb , avi,.,, 'n*_. K ? " l.'niguay } i* 9 * * •.» Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    HOPE FOR THE FTSHF.RVWV Thk sea is still unexhausted. For some years back our fishermen, especially those in the north, have been on the brink of despair, and many had begun to believe that the her- ring had deserted Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    AGRICULTURAL NOTES Thr Forthcoming Cattle Show at Altth. - A meeting of the Management Committee of the Stormont and Strathmore Agricultural Association was held in the Airlie Arms Hotel. Aiyth, on Saturday afternoon, the business on the card bring Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    DUNDEE MUNICIPAL ELECTION, SECOND WARD. MR MACINTOSH'S CANDIDATURE. Lest night a meeting of the friends and supporters of Mr James Macintosh was held, when there was a sparse Attendance. In alluding to municipal mat- tens generally, Mr Macintosh said Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    g|)e tUttnftee Mtmtkt & %t%m. Prick- Daily, Jd ; Semi-Weekly, !_► DUNDEE, SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1874. m-rZZ - ' ,t»tWKKKLYIOQK9/ REGISTERED FOR I '^^ ¥ }2-S&^iTRAKBMIBSION ABROAD.* tfo.t »W* ' Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SINGULAR ESCAPE OP A PRISONER. George Good ('36), dock labourer, Whitechapel, was charged at Stratford Petty Sessions on Satur- day witb uttering counterfeit coin. He was com- mitted for trial, but while the commitment was being made ont he Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    DESCRIPTIONS OF POETS SUMTER AND PICKENS. Fort Sumter is a modern truncated pentagonal fort built upon an artificial island at the mouth of Charleston harbour, three and three-eight miles from the city of Charleston. The island has for its Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    METAL MARKETS. GLASGOW PIG-IRON, Monday. KORfcSOON EKPO&T. Busine-i at 42s ld and 42s o<d cash ; also at 42s 3d and 42s 2_d one month ; closing seller, at 42s ljd cash, and 42s 3d one month ; buyers Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    m TREAT TO TENANTRY OF HALLY- BURTON. Mr William O. Menzies of Hallyburton gave a garden party to his tenants, crofters, and others on Wednesday afternoon by way of rejoicing over the birth of a son and heir. It Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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