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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TOPCLIFFE, Thomas, of Worthele in Ermington, Devon.

    TOPCLIFFE, Thomas, of Worthele in Ermington, Devon. Constituency Dates Plympton Erle 1402 Ofifces Held Tax collector, Devon Dec. 1429. Biography Thomas may have been a member of the Topcliffe family of Lyneham in Yealmpton, Devon.[footnote] His practice as an

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Truro to Plymouth on Tuesday after- noon was snowed up for sixteen hours between St. al Austell and Par. At Hemerdon on the Great Western kg Railway two engine-drivers and a fireman, named respec- A tively William Coleman, John Murray, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    brought into us~e for goods traffic. Progress has also been made with the doubling of the South Devon Railvay between Hemerdon and Battery, and with the construction of the Kingsbridge Railway and of, the extension of the Carmarthen and Cardigan Subscribers-only content

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    train E despatehed from Truro to Plymouth on-Tanedany after- noon, was snored up for sixteen linurrs ear St. istell. At Hemerdon, on the Great Western, two engsne-drivere and a fireman, named Wee. Coleaman, John Murray, aad Samaul Moore, were dug Subscribers-only content

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    th.e Rev. P. MYorro, Vicar of Colden Com- .N t Woolicoinho, Captain in the Royal lrtillery fourthsonofthelateVice-Admiral I- l,. f Hemerdon, Devon, to rary, third . the L; Lieut.-Colonel E. 'Walter DE AT I S. -- De. 16, at th Subscribers-only content

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    Hon. Elizabeth Granville Mackey' VoCE-A"1,sRAL GEoRGE WooLLcomBE.-We have to record the death of the above gallant Admiral, wlho expired at Hemerdon, Plyinton, on Monday last, aged seventy. 'I'he deceased officer entered the Navy in May, 1808. He became Captain July Subscribers-only content

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