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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    brother | some white twine, at tihe cnd of which was a bent pin. and told him to go to Gwavas Qaax and carch a red fish. Witness found her brother on ihe quay, and, approaching behind himn, pusihed him Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PROVINCIAL. CUMBERLAND. I A CASE of POISONING has occurred at Carlisle, by which t a Mrs. Mary Thompson lost her life. Her husband is in t custody on suspicion of having administered arsenic to the E unfortunate woman. YORKQSIItIE. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of ewly andPaul, - that as the Strawberry fishing boat, of Newlyn, was coming - in to her moorings, in Gwavas lake, Mount 's Bay, in cons. pany with some other fishing boats, a most violent and sudden squall came Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    said l that once whe,, the French fleet passed by Mounts Bay the women, dressed in red cloaks, stood on Gwavas head to appear like soldiers. Is this , mere legend: or did the story of Lord Cawdor induce the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ENGLAND. The Society or Friends and Capital Punishments. - \\t understand that the question of capital punishments was discussed at great length on Wednesday last, in the yearly meeting of the Society of Friends. The society has long been Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 January 1729, 28 January 1730

    the Lady Elizabeth Defen¬ dant; and praying, " That either the faid Appellants It is Ordered, That the faid. William Gwavas may " Exception may (land, and be fet down to be argued have a Copy of the faid Appeal; Subscribers-only content

    4 February 1729, 4 February 1730

    Comes Hay. Comes Strafford. Comes Tankerville, Comes Bristol. Comes Suffix. Comes Graham. Vifcount Townfiend. Vifcount Falmouth. PRAYERS. Anfwer of William Gwavas Gentleman, to the Appeal of William Kelynack and others: A Petition of Robert Dalrymple, Agent for die Re- fpondents Subscribers-only content

    6 February 1729, 6 February 1730

    Inftant may be appointed, for hearing the " Caufe wherein William Kelynack and others are Ap- " pellants, and William Gwavas Gentleman is Refpon- " dent:" jj- ;s Ordered, That this Houfe will hear the faid day!"' Caufe, by Counfel, Subscribers-only content

    26 February 1729, 26 February 1730

    Court of Exchequer, made the Ninth of May 1728, directing a Trial at Law, in a Caufe where¬ in William Gwavas Gentleman was Plaintiff, and the .Alfo, the joint and feveral Anfwer of John Darby, Appellants were Defendants; as alfo Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Eighth, Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh Volumes of the Journals of the House of Commons

    theiewith, to the fuel Sir Chailes Holt; reacl twice, conm^ Couiiiel to be heard; Petition of Andrew Fountain; of Ann Gwavas; Report L, State ofthe Cafe ielatiupr to Sir Charles and the Petitionees; Quell. Nc TiA Bill be ingrcficd, XI. Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Half a century of Penzance: 1825-1875, 1878

    Wesleyan ministers, and then back from the street in a paved court stood the remains of the residence of the Gwavas family. One of the members of this family was famous for his know¬ ledge of the old Cornish language. Subscribers-only content

    Half a century of Penzance: 1825-1875, 1878

    a short period in Alverton , but soon returned to Chapel Street, first to the house formally occupied by the Gwavas family, and afterwards to the house next above the " Turk ' s Head . " In Chapel Street, Subscribers-only content

    Half a century of Penzance: 1825-1875, 1878

    Wesleyan ministers, and then back from the street in a paved court stood the remains of the residence of the Gwavas family. One of the members of this family was famous for his know¬ ledge of the old Cornish language. Subscribers-only content

    Half a century of Penzance: 1825-1875, 1878

    a short period in Alverton , but soon returned to Chapel Street, first to the house formally occupied by the Gwavas family, and afterwards to the house next above the " Turk ' s Head . " In Chapel Street, Subscribers-only content

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