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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    committed for trial. I A boy named James Diggle, employed as a weft carrier at Messrs. James Kenyon and Son's, Crimble .Mill, Heywood, met with a terrible accident on Monday night, falling down the hoist at the mill from the Subscribers-only content

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    No. 6, Connaugllt Place, Iyde Park, personalty cinder £120,000. ; of DM. George Hfaigh, formerly of Slaithwaitc, but late oc Crimble in Oclear, Yorkshire, woollen manufaecturei- sersonalty under £100,000, ; of Major Bicklnell Coney, lato of the l1th Lancers, who Subscribers-only content

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    ~'rfucfird'i Cleap Ifoht Edition (f il\u {< > 'S IM . N1 1t Y.. tPrinted :g r; ibaiom train thr rbest .6Lndbn dlitiourwithout au' Abr: 'girient r b4tever, and nil.y he had by nine or ,.Nuituer wrcerkly, or bouindl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lot3. All those THREE CLOSES of Meatlow antd Pasture L.AND. at Lidget, aforesaid, known by the severol Names ef the Crimble, the Near Shays, and tire Far Shays, corrioj iaig together by AdriteaiuCC- I 1mr01t, SR. OR. it'. be the Subscribers-only content

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    the eleventh hour, the Rochdale Tories brought forward AMr. Ramsay, of Foxholes, in opposition to i John Fenton, Esq., of Crimble. It may be said, that Mr. *Ramsay is a young man of good and respectable Scotch connections ; in Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 January 1761, 27 January 1761

    Houfe, and alfo the Road from •• the faid Borough of Lißeard to Craft hole, and from &quot; thence to Crimble Paffage and Tarr Point, and from &quot; Crafihole aforefaid to Saint German&apos;s Beacon, in the &quot; Counties of Cornwall Subscribers-only content

    2 February 1761, 2 February 1761

    Row Houfe, and alfo the &quot; Road from the faid Borough of Lißeard to Crafthole, &quot; and from thence to Crimble Paffage and Tar Point, &quot; and from Crafthole aforefaid to Saint German&apos;s Beacon, *&apos; in the Counties of Cornwall Subscribers-only content

    5 February 1761, 5 February 1761

    Row Houfe, and alfo the &quot; Road from the faid Borough of Liskeard to Crafthole, &quot; and from thence to Crimble Pafjage and Tar Point, and &quot; from Crafthole aforefaid to Saint German&apos;s Beacon, in &quot; the Counties of Cornwall Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1761, 3 March 1761

    Row Houfe ; and alfo the Road from the faid Borough &quot; of Liskeard to Crafihole, and from thence to Crimble &quot; Pajfa%e and Tar Point, and from Cräfthole aforefaid &quot; to Saint German&apos;s Beacon-, in the Counties of Cornwall Subscribers-only content

    30 March 1770, 30 March 1770

    Houfe; and &quot; aifo the Road from the faid Borough of Lißeard &quot; to Craft Hole, and from thence to Crimble Pajfage C( and Tar-Point, and from Craft Hole aforefaid to &quot; Saint Germans Beacon, in the Counties of Cornwall Subscribers-only content

 

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