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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 7, 26 October 1652, 26 October 1652-26 October 1652

    additional Bill for Sale of several Lands and Estates forfeited to the Commonwealth for Treason. The humble Petition of John Kestle , was this Day read. Ordered , That this Petition be referred to the Committee, to whom the Additional

    House of Commons Journal Volume 8, 26 May 1663, 26 May 1663-26 May 1663

    the Report of the Bill concerning Draining of Lindsey Level, be heard on Saturday next. Privilege. Ordered , That John Kestle Esquire, do, within Ten Days after Notice, attend the Committee of Privileges and Elections; to answer his Breach of

    Entry book, June 1695, 1-15, 01 June 1695-15 June 1695

    at Penzance loco Thomas Leane, who has quitted the service. Out Letters ( Customs ) XIII, pp. 191, 192. Walter Kestle (an extraordinary tidesman, Bideford) as tidesman in fee ibid. loco Henry Cad, dismissed. Robert Pitcher as tidesman at Yarmouth

    Warrants etc, August 1699, 1-20, 01 August 1699-20 August 1699

    . James Slade (the waiter and searcher at Truro, being represented as unfit for that business) to exchange with Walter Kestle the riding officer for guarding the coast from St. Mawes eastward to the Deadman in Falmouth port. James Strong

    Index of persons and Places, J, K

    of Dragoons of, 67, 347, 454. Kesterman , Peter, et al ., owners of the Adventure ketch, petition of, 137. Kestle , Walter, riding officer, Cornwall, 125. Key , John, late captain in Lord Strathnaver's regiment, 129. -, Josiah, King's

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ROBINSON, Thomas (1608-65), of Treveneage, St. Hilary, Cornw.

    9 Apr. He was probably engaged in the trade himself, since he later claimed parliamentary privilege against a certain John Kestle, who was detaining some of his salt. He also obtained protection for his title to land which would otherwise

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his Worship's response, during which pasties and heavy cake was handed round. The pasty which was presented by Mrs R. Kestle, of Flushing, 'almouth, measured 2ft. 2in. long, Ift. Din. in diameter, 11%in. in depth, and weighed 14y2lb.-Mr. MAmE proped Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TPLEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM, TN PIP THlL MANAGEMENT OF 'ME. M. UI. 81IMPSON, JUN. 11s(Titv-day) EVE-NING, thre Performaoneea w.ill THlE (lILEIN HILLIS OF THdE FAR WE-jT. After which, ERE LEZE7LY; illt., THlE TALE OF A TAlE To ecouclu'le with 3!t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    usd eillewornsar, for 1Ntfiers- clhildrrss: anit a groati General1 Srrvsist. Good elsasictece ii-e;.rrsahonub, l-cosi the country seiefrrard.-Aplilly to Mrs. lioary Kestle, tasl> eath.(30 JX\TANITiD, ris experienced. Nurser, far three children, ost of t~ sansl. E: Loirral wss.A goad neesllrweman indisxseissalilr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Scull, Mt.A., Corp). Citric., iT nsa i.'tMIMlIa, lRabert l)arbyhvsire, Lietitleld. Davies, Charles DuJuglae Percy, hIA., Pembroke, Oxon. limper, Willilas liners Kestle. oirsi. Ifugies, W 11mmif. St. liens. 'lib. Frsienieyk William, 'T'rirSo le Caiicnil. )Iternery, Charles Edirarsi, Lieiilnldl. Morris, Ilenry Benijamin, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I. STRATFORD-ON-AVON. _- . .- I _ _. COng 1'ALAkECOmiANY (LhIITED),-Tho first half- yearly meiting of the shareholders of this Compny wit hoilon:Wedncesday, the28thinst. Tho report tobe'.pn, seoted will recommend that-a sum equal to 5 per cent, per Subscribers-only content

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