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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 February 1723, 25 February 1724

    Lords Spiritual and Temporal Ennys to be in Parliament affembled, That the Serjeant at Arms at-att*che'» for tending this Houfe, his Deputy or Deputies, do forth- "! with attach the Body of the faid Samuel Ennys, and &c bring him Subscribers-only content

    20 April 1724, 20 April 1724

    the fame, and " directed him to report it to the Houfe, without any " Amendment." A Petition of Samuel Ennys of Truroe in the County L. Falmouth'* of Cornwall Efquire, in Cuftody of the Serjeant arl>"vileso: Arms attending this Subscribers-only content

    21 April 1724, 21 April 1724

    fame; and praying to be difcharged out of Cuftody, in fuch Manner as to the Houfe ftiall feera meet: Mr. Ennys to it is Ordered, That the Petitioner be brought to the Ba°r"S ''" t^ie ^ar °f d"13 Houfe To-morrow, Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1728, 24 March 1729

    P Ep £P Ep Ep Ef ef ef ef ef ef ef ef Ef El PRAYERS. The Anfwer of Samuel Ennys Efquire, One of the L. Falmouth Refpondents to the Appeal of Hugh Lord Vifcount Fal- ™rfus mouth and others: Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 1 Geo. I - 19 Geo. III, Vols. XX - XXXV

    one of whom the Hufband's Cowman. ENNYS, SAMUEL attached, 1 o Geo. 1. for a Breach of Vifcount Falmouth's Priulege, wide Falmouth, Viscount. ef zz/. Refpondents to Appeal of Vifcount Falmouth, ef a/.; apd Ennys Appellant in a Crofs Appeal, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    treason. XII. 1611.-Thomas bavile, 2nd Baron Savile, of Poutefrac,, created Eari of Sussex, 1611. The Secretaries were John Easdell, Tbomra Ennys, George Blythe, Henry Cheke, John Fearne, Sir 'William Gee, Sir Arthur Ingram, d~ir Wiliam hllvs, and Sir John Melton. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    called, and the following were sworn on the Grand Jury: Sir Christopher HjUvkixs, Burt. Foreman Sir/V.Prat Cull, Bart. 11. S. Ennys, Esq. James Halse, Esq. 31 p. David Howell, Esq. J. 11. Tremayne, Esq. John Bulla; Esq. J. T. Coryton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the run an ! fifty minutes a very stilt eonntiy; interseeteil by stime walls. Among** men out were Ennys Vivian, Esq.- ' : Capt. Reynolds; Capt. Carthew : <*»*■ Daubuz, &c. Only two pcatlcta-M w< ','.,. keep up Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    changes in several headlands on tbe Coast of Cornwall." The paper was by Mr Ennys, but was r-.ot to be read that day, as Mr Ennys intended printing it and circulating it amongst the subscribers prior to the next quarterly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J- Halse, Esq. M. P. ; Hbn. George Fortescue ; Sir J. C. Rashleigh, Bart, s J. Basset, J- S. Ennys, J. K. Let h bridge, W. U. P. Carew, G. S. Borlaso, IL Thompson, F. Clan- villc. W. Hext. Subscribers-only content

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