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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o ges wyl arall o'r un natur, ac heb fad nemawr liai c Lei pwysig, sef gosod rhaff arall o Falmouth i N rm- Gibraltar a Malta, yr byn a wna y cyinundeb o ei pellebrol rhwng Lloegr ac India Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o ddadfeiliad yn bresenol. 0.. Ymddengys fodc dcifyg yn y rhaff bellebrol a osod- y wyd ychydig yn ol rhwng Falmouth, Gibralter, -a g Malta. Dywed Mr. Mey, yr-hwn a inaeth archwil- b lad fod y diffvg o ddeutu 725 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mae en hym- ddygiadau w edi cadw y lle yn yr annbrefa mwyaf am ddyddiau. wrddadd llong, sydd .newydd gyraedd Falmouth" o Santos, a'r llestr fechan, 'ty of Raguse," yr 40n a adawodd Lerpwl ftaiwythnosau yn ol, heb 'ddif ond Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hadferiad yn anobeithiol. OOLLITAT TYBIEDIG LLESTR GYDA DEG 0 DDWYLAW.- Cycbhwynodd y long Industry, perthynol i Shields, o0 Gaerystenyn am Falmouth. ar y l2Eed o Ragfyr di. weddaf gyda grawn. Ni chbiyvyd gair mewn perthynas e iddi yn gvanlynol i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y pedwar arall, sef Mr. J. C. Clarke dros Abnigdon, Mr. S. D. Waddy, Q.C., dros Barnstable, Mr. Jenkins dros Falmouth, a Mr. Alexander M'cArthur dros Leicester, y maent i mewn am y tro cyntaf, a phob un o honynt Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TREGADERETH, Thomas, of Roscarrack, Cornw.

    King’s bench with a minor infringement of the peace. Seven years later, when the Mariecog of Stralsund was seized at Falmouth on the pretext that her cargo belonged to the King’s enemies, and the goods on board were distributed among

    GODDARD, John (1682-1736), of Pall Mall, London, and Falmouth, Cornw.

    Pall Mall, London, and Falmouth, Cornw. Constituency Dates Tregony 1727 5 July 1736 Ofifces Held Commissary for settling merchants’ losses with Spain 1730-d.; assistant, R. African Co. 1734-d. Biography Goddard, a Portugal merchant, was returned for Tregony as a Whig

    CORKER, Robert (1668-1731), of Falmouth and Trevorder, nr. Bossiney, Cornw.

    of Falmouth and Trevorder, nr. Bossiney, Cornw. Constituency Dates Bossiney 1722 1 Mar. 1731 Ofifces Held Receiver gen. of duchy of Cornwall 1708-12, 1720-d. Biography Corker’s father, an Irish ship’s doctor, coming into Falmouth harbour by chance, married a Falmouth

    KILLIGREW, John II (c.1547-1605), of Arwennack, Cornw.

    serious clash with authority came in 1587, when he imprisoned and robbed a Danish merchant who had taken refuge in Falmouth harbour to escape a French corsair. He was ordered to pay compensation, did not, and the Privy Council ordered

    TRELAWNY, Darell (1695-1727), of Coldrenick, nr. Liskeard, Cornw.

    his way to Lisbon by way of Falmouth for the recovery of his health.[footnote] He left his estates to his brother Charles, whom he entrusted to the guidance of his ‘good friends’ Lord Falmouth and John Laroche, directing that should

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Navestock Church

    the 1st Earl, 1741: a marble tablet on the north wall of the chancel; Hon. Edward Waldegrave , drowned off Falmouth on his return from Corunna , 1809: a symbolic relief carved by John Bacon the younger; the 7th Earl

    Parishes Brimpton

    1784 George Evelyn Boscawen , third Viscount Falmouth , and died in 1793 . At the death of Elizabeth Crewe Brimpton and Shalford seem to have passed to their son Edward fourth Viscount Falmouth , who held them in 1811

    Parishes Shabbington

    Crewe , 48 and on the death of his w idow Elizabeth it passed to their son-in-law George, fourth Viscount Falmouth . 49 After his death in 1808 50 the Shabbington estates were sold in lots. 51 The manor with

    The V.C.H. Cheshire appeal

    Hughes and Mrs. Morgan Hughes , Kelsall Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Nichols , Great Mollington Mrs. L. Nottingham , Falmouth , Cornw. P. Oliver , Esq., Macclesfield His Honour Judge David Owen , Tarvin Sir John Page , Tarvin

    The Honor of Grafton and Wakefield Lodge Estate

    years at £85 5 s . 10 d ., plus £1 for the mansion. 24 Fitzhardinge was created earl of Falmouth in March 1664 but died without issue in June the following year. 25 His widow continued to live at

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 4th September 1846

    day one does get accustomed to the motion. From 50'clock onwards, it was quite smooth, & at 7, we entered Falmouth Harbour, where we were immediately surrounded by boats. The evening was quite beautiful & the sea as smooth as

    Friday 4th October 1833

    at 7 and got up at ½ past 7. We received the news yesterday morning from Falmouth , by an express from Lisbon brought by the African steamer, that their Majesties the Queen of Portugal and the Duchess of Braganza

    Friday 4th October 1833

    7 and got up at ½ past 7. We received the news yesterday morning from Falmouth , by an express from Lisbon brought by the African steamer, that their Majesties the Queen of Portugal and the Duchess of Braganza had

    Friday 1st September 1843

    unfortunate men, who live in it. Was occupied writing, & plaiting. At ½ p. 1, we approached the Bay of Falmouth , which is beautiful, & very large, - larger than any I have seen. We passed Pendennis. The afternoon

    Thursday 12th August 1847

    relate. Our voyage has not been what we intended; "mais l'homme propose et Dien dispose". Instead of being at Falmouth , we are only at Dartmouth . We started at 5 this morning, & soon after I felt the vessel

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Duke of York Lodge

    Number (1781): 0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 695 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Falmouth,Falmouth, Jamaica, West Indies 1816

    Volubian Lodge of Regularity and Reputation

    Lodge Number (1781): 446 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Place unknown, Falmouth, Cornwall 1782

    Trelawney Lodge

    Lodge Number (1781): 0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 686 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Falmouth, Jamaica, West Indies 1840

    Lodge of Love and Honour

    0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places King's Arms, Market Strand, Falmouth, Cornwall 1751 Royal Standard, [unknown], Falmouth, Cornwall 1782 King's Arms, Market Strand, Falmouth, Cornwall 1799 Royal Hotel, Market Street, Falmouth, Cornwall 1820 Freemasons' Hall, Church Street, Falmouth, Cornwall 1886

    Lodge of Love and Unity

    North Hants Militia, Pendennis Castle, Falmouth, Cornwall 1808 North Hants Militia, London Inn, Market Street, Falmouth, Cornwall 1809 Navy Tavern, The Quay, Falmouth, Cornwall 1810 Fountain Tavern, Market Street, Falmouth, Cornwall 1820 King's Arms Hotel, Market Strand, Falmouth, Cornwall 1826

 

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