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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that the ordinary passenger train which leaves Plymouth for Cornwall soon after five prm., yesterday :ook a second engine at Doublebois station, and' was running down the incline until within tuvo miles of Bodmin Road Station, when, from some unexplained Subscribers-only content

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    meat van, and two horse boxes. Owing to the holiday season it was more than usually full. The train reached Doublebois in fairly good time. Between that station and Bodmin Road is a six mile run downhill with the steepest Subscribers-only content

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    fromi lendon, left Plymnouth in good timae to continue the jOUrney to Pensance. When travelling at. a fair speed between Doublebois and Bodmin, twenty mlnes from P'lymuth. the foremost engine left the line and rolled ! over the embankment. Before Subscribers-only content

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    a list of the killed :-James Rowe, Lis- keard, married; Wm. Rundle, Menheniot, single; F. Honey, Liskeard, married; Richard Harris, Doublebois, married; John Bundle, Menheniot, single; C. Haley, Menheiiiot, single; William Knight, Lislceard, married; S. Bray, Liskeard,mar- red; J. R. Subscribers-only content

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    of trains apbroaching and leaving Plymonth Station, to double the lin between Plymouth and Devonport; sidings have been constructed at Doublebois and, Grampound-roat, lthe landed proprietors at both places having given the land, and, at the former place, having contributed Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Minute Book, November 1660, 01 November 1660-30 November 1660

    ] Same from Tho. Piper, gent, for a lease of the woods and underwoods, & c., called Highwood, Lady Parke, Doublebois (" Doblebayes ") Wood and Cuning Wood, parcel of the manor of Liskeard, co. Cornwall. Referred: ut supra .

    Index, L, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    484, 507; black silk, 140, 333; gold lace, see Gold. Lady Parke (Doublebois Wood, Liskeard, co. Cornwall, 36, 323. La Forrest . See Forrest. Lake , Lady, 319. -, Sir Thomas, 394. Lalier , Peter, 83. Lamb , tithes of.

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