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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, T

    ) Monm. ] , 906. Tredenek , Robert, 525. Tredunnock , Tredonok [Monm. ] , 453. Trefaldu , Treveludy [in Cwmcarvan, Monm. ] , 906. Tregamelling , Tregemelyn, Tregenelyn [in Lansallos ] , Cornw., 414. 'Tregantes' [ unidentified ] , Subscribers-only content

    Index, C

    536, 552. -, Webbington in, 743. Compton Durville , Cumpton Durvile [in South Petherton ] , Som., 504. Concarvan. See Cwmcarvan. Conesby , Conysby [in Flixborough ] , Lincs, 340, 389 (xvii). Coningsby , Conyngesby, Lincs, rector of. See Croxby. Subscribers-only content

    Index of places

    , 119, 120. Whitechapel Street , 111. Wilsden , 44. Monmouthshire. Abergavenny , 14. Bettws , 148. Caerleon , 161. Cwmcarvan , 68. Llanvihangel , 125. Monmouth , 155, 185. Newport , 155. Penalt , 27. Skenfrith , 190. Norfolk.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 May 1810, 8 May 1810

    " An Ad for Trelleck, " enclofing Lands within the Parifhes of Trelleck, Be- *£ J " nalt, Mitchell Troy, Cwmcarvan, Landogo, Tintern, " and Laineßen, in the County of Monmouth." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Subscribers-only content

    13 June 1810, 13 June 1810

    Contents of the Bill, intituled, " An Ad for enclofing Lands within the Parifhes of Trelleck, Benalt, Mitchel Troy, " Cwmcarvan, Landogs, Tintern, and Lainefhen, in the " County of Monmouth" was pleafed to confent (as far " as His Subscribers-only content

    16 June 1810, 16 June 1810

    return the Bill, intituled, " An Aft for enclofing " Lands within the Parifhes of Trelleck, Benalt, Mitchel " Troy, Cwmcarvan, Landogo, Tintern, and Lanijhen, in " the County of Monmouth;" and to acquaint this Houfe, That they have agreed Subscribers-only content

    20 June 1810, 20 June 1810

    in the County ofSuffix" " An Aft " for enclosing Lands within the Parifhes of Trelleck, " Penalt, Mitchel Troy, Cwmcarvan, Landogo, Tintern, " and Lanißeti, in the County of Monmouth." " An " Aft for enclofmg Lands in the Subscribers-only content

    20 June 1810, 20 June 1810

    in the County of Sufex." 30. " An Adt for enclofing Lands within the Parifhes of Trelleck, Penalt, Mitchel Troy, Cwmcarvan, Lan- dogo, Tintern, and Lan'fioen, in the County of Mon¬ mouth." 31. "An Adt for enclofing Lands in the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    >sney, to Hinckley V., Leicestershire Key. William Dunn, to Ampney Crucis V., Gloucestershire Key. Robert Everett, to Michel Troy with Cwmcarvan R. Rev. Albert Ennor, to Übley R., Somerset Key. Rees Grimsdale Gronow, to Marton, Cheshire pf V * w Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Western Railway at -the Severn Tunnel junction,, and run through LlauShangel, Caerwent, Shire- newton, Itton, Llanvibangel Tor y-Mynydd, Llauishen. Llangoven, Cwmcarvan, Wanastow, Monmouth, Welsh Newton, St. Weonard's, Llanwarne, and Much Dewchurch, terminatiug by a junction with the Great Western Railway Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    boot and shoe manufacturer. William Cox, late Bridgewater-road, Hunslet, now Bloomfield-road, Chapel-lane, Headingley. both Leeds, bnilder. Charles James Williams, late Cwmcarvan, now Lion Inn, Trelleck, both Monmouthshire, innkeeper and farmer, late innkeeper and labourer. James Williams, Pynte Cottage, Victoria-avenue, Maindie, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the 10th inst, at Mitohe'.-Trov, Monmouth, the Rev. Henry George Talbot, forty years rector of the parishes of Mitchel-Troy and Cwmcarvan. Tottie.- On the llth inst., at 11, Cleveland-square, WilliaM, the eldest surviving and deeply-loved son of Charles Tottie, Esq Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; middle classes, and the high prices a« particuW V g tU " The South Wales Strikf ti- : of Cwmcarvan have followed th^l**T*7n* ri workmen at the neighbouring works oH If felW Maeateg, and determined to resume W . Subscribers-only content

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