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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MYCHEL, John.

    MYCHEL, John. Constituency Dates Lostwithiel Sept. 1388 Biography John Mychel was a common name in the late 14th century, and a satisfactory identification of the man who sat for Lostwithiel in 1388 is accordingly difficult to make.[footnote] The most likely

    HERVY, Richard (d.1429), of Lostwithiel, Cornw.

    Richard (d.1429), of Lostwithiel, Cornw. Constituency Dates Lostwithiel 1399 Lostwithiel 1419 Lostwithiel 1427 Ofifces Held Clerk of the statute merchant, Lostwithiel by Dec. 1408-d. Ofifces Held Sub-bailiff of the stannary of Blackmore c.1414-17. Biography The Hervys of Lostwithiel perhaps traced

    QUINT, John, of Lostwithiel, Cornw.

    QUINT, John, of Lostwithiel, Cornw. Constituency Dates Lostwithiel 1395 Ofifces Held Mayor, Lostwithiel Mich. 1390-1. Biography The Quints had lived in Lostwithiel for more than a century before John’s time. In 1291 Edmund, earl of Cornwall, had bought the title

    BROWN, John I.

    BROWN, John I. Constituency Dates Lostwithiel Jan. 1390 Biography This MP was probably the John Brown who, during the reigns of Richard II and Henry IV, occasionally brought consignments of tin to Lostwithiel to be coined and stamped. One such,

    Lostwithiel

    Lostwithiel Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the corporation Number qualified to vote: 24 SIR ROBERT WIGRAM 10 Mar. 1820 ALEXANDER CRAY GRANT 10 Mar. 1820 ERNEST AUGUSTUS EDGCUMBE, Visct. Valletort 09 June 1826 (SIR) ALEXANDER CRAY GRANT,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    earthenware. BANKRUPTS. B. Buller, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, cor-dlmr. SQJJieitwr Mr, H~all QEvent jnwq-ptroet, 4eWhd-Tow, J. Mortimer, Lostwithiel, Cornwall, brandy-merchant. Solicitors, Messrs. Vizard and Blower, Lincoln's-inn-fields. ,w. urt, Manchester, grocer. Solicitors, Messrs. Nettleshipp and Bick- pell, Grocers'-hall. P rratt, Hatton-wall, pavior. Solicitor, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eloped a short time since, from Hampshire, with a friend of her husband's; the forsaken fol- lowed the fugitives to Lostwithiel; the lady refused to accompany her better half; the worthy man then agreed to sell her in the public Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq., John Caleraft, Esq.; Devonshire, May 10; Gioucestershire, May 10; Westomorland, May 14. Wiltshire, May 10; Cornwall, May 10, at Lostwithiel; Somersetslire, May 11; Warwickshire, May 10; Kent, at Penenden. Heath, May 11. MEMBERS RETURNED TO TItE NEW PARLIAMENT, SINCE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    beone of the 56, then the bo- roughsthatareraised outofScedule Ainto Schedule B are Midhurst, Pe- terstield, Eye, Wareham, Woodstock, and Lostwithiel. Thus, the number of disfranchised boroughs would still be 56. Schedule B, which, in the last bill contained 41 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J . Osborne, Bishopsgate-st.Wit in, cheeseinonger. [Tilion & Co. Coleman-s.t J. Charrington, Seething-lane, bricklayer. [Teymplar& Shearman, Gt. 'ovwer-st. WO Pearce, Lostwithiel, Corinwall, tixpber-meickaut. [3llake,'Essex-st. Strand. J. Francis, Brighthelmston, mercer. [Freemnan & Botbamley. Coleman st. J. P. Dean, Drakelow-nmill-fart , Derbysl. Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Political history

    determined to separate from Waller and to conduct i n the west the campaign that led to the surrender at Lostwithiel (2 August 16 44). When Charles, at Bewdley , was informed of the decision of Essex , he at

    Parliamentary history 1629-1660

    he recrossed the county in retreat before the superior forces which the king was bringing back from his victory at Lostwithiel . On 15 October Charles reached Salisbury and planted garrisons at Longford castle and Wilton . He then pursued

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    Lieutenant , 80-87, 89, 105, 106, 138, 173 Lord Mayor Treloar coll ., 366 n Lorde , Wm., M.P., 77 Lostwithiel (Cornw.), 141 Louis XVIII , king of France , 350 Lovel (l), John, Ld. Lovel (d. 1408), 28; fam.,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    18 May 1824, 18 May 1824

    End of the Borough of Grampound, in the " County of Cornwall, through the Towns of Saint Austell " and Lostwithiel, and thence to the East End of the " Western Taphouse Lane, in the said County;" to which they Subscribers-only content

    19 May 1824, 19 May 1824

    End of the Borough of *' Grampound, in the County of Cornwall, through the <f Towns of Saint Austell and Lostwithiel, and thence to " the East End of the Western Taphouse Lane, in the " said County." Ordered, That Subscribers-only content

    21 May 1824, 21 May 1824

    End of the Borough of " Grampound, in the County of Cornwall, through the " Towns of Saint Austell and Lostwithiel, and thence to " the East End of the Western Taphouse Lane, in the " said County," was committed. Subscribers-only content

    24 May 1824, 24 May 1824

    End of the Borough of " Grampound, in the County of Cornwall, through the " Towns of Saint Austell and Lostwithiel, and thence to " the East End of the Western Taphouse Lane, in the " said County." The Question Subscribers-only content

    28 May 1824, 28 May 1824

    « of the Borough of Grampound, in the County of Corn- " wall, through the Towns of Saint Austell and Lostwithiel, " and thence to the East End of the Western Taphouse " Lane, in the said County:" * An Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Restormel Lodge

    (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 1158 Lodge Number (1863): 856 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Talbot Hotel, North Street, Lostwithiel, Cornwall 1861 Old Duchy Palace, Quay Street, Lostwithiel, Cornwall 1878

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Tuesday 8th September 1846

    when we came up again into the daylight. We got into our carriage & passed through the small town of Lostwithiel , where an Address was presented to me, - through Mr Agar Robart 's Park, & then took the

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Humphridus Williams, 18/6/1616

    Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Williams Forename Humphridus Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 18/6/1616 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Lostwithiel// OTHER INFORMATION Source Devon RO, Chanter 21 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Cotton, William/Exeter 1598- 1621 Comment

    Jacobus Carter, 18/6/1616

    Surname Carter Forename Jacobus Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 18/6/1616 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Lostwithiel// OTHER INFORMATION Source Devon RO, Chanter 21 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Cotton, William/Exeter 1598- 1621 Comment Patron Details PATRON

 

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