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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 2, 24 October 1642, 24 October 1642-24 October 1642

    & c. Ordered , That the Mayor, the Two Sheriffs of Bristoll , Alderman Tomlinson , Alderman Charleton , Alderman Hallworthy, Rich. Vickeris, Luke Hodges , Citizens, or any Two of them, be appointed to go from House to House

    Appendix, Money Warrants, A and B, 01 January 1679-31 December 1687

    l . 7 s . 0 d . to Cornett Dingle for the like as Cornet of Dragoons to Capt. Hallworthy. Ibid . July 14. 100 l . to Richd. Baggott for the like as Capt. of those recruits in

    British History Online

    of the City of Glocester, For the City of Bristoll, Richard Allworth, Maior; Joseph Jackson, and Hugh Browne, Sheriffes; Richard Hallworthy, Alderman; Luke Hodges, and Henry Gibbs. Hampshire. For the County of Southampton, The Town and County of Southampton, and

    March 1643, An Ordinance for sequestring notorious Delinquents Estates., 27 March 1643-27 March 1643

    Hodges, John Caddrington, Esquires. Bristoll. For the City of Bristoll, Richard Alworth Maior Ioseph Iackson, and Hugh Browne Sheriffs, Richard Hallworthy Alderman, Luke Hodges, and Henry Gibbs. Hampshire. For the County of Southampton, and the Town and County of Southampton,

    British History Online

    County of the City of Gloucester, Nathaniel Fienis. Bristoll. For Bristoll, Richard Allworth Major, Ioseph Iackson, Hugh Brown, Sheriffs, Richard Hallworthy Alderman, L uke Hodges, Henry Gibbs. Southampton. For the County of Southampton, Sir Thomas Iervoyse, Sir William Waller, Knights,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Hill, 62, Hagley Road, on the 3rd inst.; and, further, with obtaining a dress valued at lOs. from Miss Hallworthy on the 19th February.-The dress be- longed to Lizzie Newell, who is employed at a laundry where prisoner worked Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ' cmn ~ «. W. Juliott & Otterham...Tresparrctt ; ...^\ First^iiesday in every Month, ten o'clock, at Trespar- rliVr { Hallworthy & Colnockett. j ***?&*•• °' clocll > at Hallivorth, ; and two o'clock n ' VT • J C Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tor Sale, At Hallworthy, in the parish of Davidstow, Cornwall. r [ OBE SOLD by PUBLIC AUCTION, on Thurs- * day, the 12th day of September next, at Three o'clock in tbe Afternoon, at the Inn, at Hallworthy, in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    following sums, that is to say, CH A PPLE with the several Stop Gates at Pen- t £. nye;illam Cross, Hallworthy, St. Thomas Bridge, > 500 Newport and Southpetherwin Village J SAINT STEPHENS with the several Stop! Gates al Horrapool, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the same for one week as before the Sale free of expense. | Ta Mill is situated 2 miles from Hallworthy, 4 miles from Five Lanes, 6 miles from Camelford, and 10 miles from Launceston. Refreshments on the Table at Subscribers-only content

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