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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gai y Parch. E. Stephen a J. D. Jones. ANTHEM FUDDUGOL DDIRWESTOL: gan Owain AUIW. ANTHEM FUDDUGOL CONWY; gan Hughijerznan, Kea. Pedair (Yeioiiog. HYFFORDD WiR y Parch. Thomas Charles, Bela, ply n awr. H1OLWYDDOREG ar Fuddugoliaetbau Crost fel ymresynydd ar Subscribers-only content

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    y Kea yc unig ar lysiau a gwr. eiddiau, i godi pa rai yr ymddangosai ei big a'i ewin. edd cryfion yn gyfaddas. Ond cyn hir ar ol ir ym- sefydlwyr ddechreu meithrin moch a defaid, cafwyd fod y Kea Subscribers-only content

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    times the streng these Cocoas,and refreshing beverage like Tea or Coffeo.thy To kill bugs, moths, fleas, and S0U Inects, use KEA sTO'S PowDoR-Unrivalled in its certain aetion. Harn- less to everything but insects. Tins, 6d. and lss NURsE EDnA'8 BA]Y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRICAL EXAMINER. No. 01. COYVFT-GoRDu.o, A-G.ENTLEMAX off the name of BOOTT, who ue oindcr, siand has been acting with considerable applauuse at Worthitig and B&ighton, came out in Richard, Duke of Glogaer, at this theatre, on Wednesday. We doa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    himh and low tonec, anld ttratling obf: but lie has some good ideas too, and is undoubtedly an ncqisition. Mr. KEA - re-con-tanenced his onerations on Monday. 11Weiliail attend 1)oth to hin .nd Miss O'Ncu. when the iinmotiate noveidies have Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, K, 01 January 1702-31 December 1702

    237 XII. Katawamake (Long Island), 364. Kay , John, document signed by, 138 II. Kea , Robert, 237 XII. Keais , Samuel, 766. -,-, document signed by, 780 II. Keats , Richard, 110. Keble , John, deposition of [1701 ]

    Entry Book, Miscellaneous 1692-3, 01 January 1692-31 December 1693

    one at Polgooth in the parish of St. Ewe and one lately built called Bassowe House in the parish of Kea near Truro): to date from Dec. 25 last, from which date the like salary to George Treweeke is to

    Index, K, 01 January 1712-31 December 1712

    248; recruits, 135; subsistence of, 13, 135, 171, 295, 335, 341. Karie , Charles, of Gogar, fishings belonging to, 259. Kea , Key, co. Cornwall, tin blowing house called Besscowehouse in, 212. Keeling , John, engraver, supplying punches and stakes

    General Index, J, K, 01 February 1685-31 December 1685

    Francis, named Common Councilman of York Kevenaugh , Thomas, deputy to Sir Roger Harsnett Key (Kea), John, a rebel See also Harris, John alias Kea (or Key). William, a rebel Keynsham (Keinesham), co. Somerset, bridge at Kidd , John, a Subscribers-only content

    Warrant Books, February 1709, 16-28, 16 February 1709-28 February 1709

    one in St. Austell, one in Polgooth in the parish of St. Ewe, one called Bescowhouse in the parish of Kea near Truro: to date as from Jan. 15 last being the date of his constitution. (Treasurer Godolphin's dormant warrant

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HAYME (HEYM), Peter, of Redruth, Cornw.

    Stephen Hayme, j.c.p., who in the reign of Edward I had held the manors of Landeke in St. Kea and Restronguet, not far from Truro.[footnote] Certainly, he himself owned property in Restronguet as well as in Truthall near Prospidnick (between

    VINCENT, Walter I (1631-80), of Truro, Cornw.

    removed from the commission of the peace.[footnote]Vincent added considerably to his inherited estate, acquiring Trelavan in Mevagissey and Tregavethan in Kea. He was returned for Mitchell at the first election of 1679, and classed by Shaftesbury as ‘doubtful’. He was

    MEGRE, John (d.1419), of Truro, Cornw. and London.

    Mount, as well as the new chapel ‘super les rokkes’. The paupers of the parishes of Kenwyn, Truro and St. Kea, and also six Cornish leper-houses, all received bequests, while in London the mendicant friars, the lepers, the paupers and

    ARUNDELL, Thomas (d.1443), of Tolverne in Philleigh, Cornw.

    when still a minor. Her share, by agreement with her two surviving sisters, comprised the manors of Antony, Penpoll, Landege (Kea) and Roseworthy, £12 rent from Elerkey (in Veryan) and the advowson of Lanihorne, all in Cornwall. More directly, Arundell


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