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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CUTLER, alias CARWITHAN, John (d.?1467), of Exeter, Devon.

    bear on him when, sometime before 1443, he was alleged by Richard Cremyll of Exeter to have accepted bribes for the release of debtors and, having made Cremyll himself ‘forsuer the towne of Excestre’, had told his wife that he

    STURT (STERTE), Peter, of Exeter, Devon.

    of the wills of Simon Grendon (d.c.1411), William Wilford* (d.1413) and Henry Mayhew; but the son-in-law of the last-named, William Cremyll, a servant ‘to the worthy Lorde Baron of Carrewe’ later sued Sturt’s own executors for mismanagement of the deceased’s

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    steamer which run aground here some months since, while en route for Rangoon, with telegraph cable, was floated off from Cremyll beach this evening. She was taken into the Great Western Docks, and to-morrow will be placed in the graving Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Victual- ling Yard of Deptfortl took fdie here this evening -wlhen on the point of sailing. She wats beached at Cremyll, whete she burtt to the water's edge. 300 bags of bread were saved. LONDON ANtD NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY. -MEETING YESTERDAY.-Yesterday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for twelve months. Hewas discovered on the Mewrtone, and stated that the owner ordered him to take the yacht to Cremyll, where he wouldbe discharged. He weot cruising instead, and the vahht foundered. GvnsVNsrNr CONTRACrS AND STANDARD WAGES.- Attention having Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tru SHIPPING NEWS. hoa PLYZIOUTI, Monday.ax The Queen Victoria was successfully floated this fro: evening, and has been beached at Cremyll, where she in I will be repaired. Russell's engines were employed. jun ace. LONDON, BRIGHTON, AND SOUTH COAST I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (SPECati. TtELl.GRAY.) Seven bodies of marines droweled off Cremyll last Wyailnes3ady have been recovered, the remainlder being not yet iiuil. The Deputy-Coroner for Devon, Mr. Slee- m1no, rcIa lmed an inquest veterday, and the proceedings lasted seven bours-lUhe Drrurvy-Coeomn said Subscribers-only content

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