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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Uw Monhenick, formerly of St. Mabyn. She w»s ' truly estimable young woman, and deserredlv on deu red to a numerous acquaintance. At Lydcott rear Bodmin, on Tuesday k^t ir-e i infant son of Mr. John Baron, of Lostwiihiei.' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    their TOPS, LOPS, and li ARK, Now standing and growing in the Wood* and different parts of the Barton of Lydcott, and the Farm of Trunea.n. all within the aforesaid Parish of Morval, and will be Sold in small Lots, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    House of Lydcott, in the Parish of Morval, and Couutv of Cornwall. 462 Capital OAK, ASH, ELM, And B£ECH TREES, With their Tom, LOWS, and BARK. Now slandingymd graving in the Woods and different paj*« oL*b_r Barton of Lydcott, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were the lessees of certain mines in Cornwall, and they were desirous of disposing of them. The mines were the Lydcott and West End Manganese mines, in the pariahes of Laneast and Egloskerry, Corn- wall. Mr. Criper knew the plaintiff Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'clock in the Afternoon precisely, the Estate of LYDCOTT, in the parish of Morval, in the following lots, ! Viz : - Lot I. - The excellent Freehold Estate, known i as LYDCOTT BARTON, containing about 195 I acres of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Three o'clock in the Afternoon precisely, the Estate of LYDCOTT, in tbe parish of Morval, in tbe foUowing lot., viz : - Lot I.- The excellent Freehold Estate, known « as LYDCOTT BARTON, containing about 195 acres of rich Pasture, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fhree o'clock in tbe Afternoon precisely, tbe Estate of LYDCOTT, in the parish of Morval, in tbe following lots, Viz : - Lot I.- The excellent Freehold Estate, known as LYDCOTT BARTON, containing about 185 acres of rich Pasture, Arable, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Cornwall County Council, an 1 agricultural demonstration was on Friday held ' at Lydcott Farm, Morval, by kind permission of Mr. W. Sansom. The demonstration was in , every way a success, the arrangements reflecting ■ considerable credit Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. W. O Braddon. The land tax on the property had been re- deemed. The first lot offered was " Lydcott," contain- ing 250 a. lr. 14p., and a farmhouse with all necessary out buildings. The biddings commenced by Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John Morley, Esq., at 24, Charles-street, Berkeley-square. On the 16th inst., after a very short illness, at his residence at Lydcott, in the parish of St. Ive, George Cock, Esq., Justice of the Peace. On the 17th inst., aged 88 Subscribers-only content

    London Evening Post, FROM SATURDAY MARCH 18 TO TUESDAY MARCH 21 1732

    Modefly, Learning, Candour, and other valuable Qualities, and his Loft eqially lamented. On the zxth of this Inflant died' Richard Lydcott, 1fq; at his Seat at Affiftead near Banflead in the County of Surrey, a Gen- tleman who had been Subscribers-only content

    London Evening Post, FROM TUESDAY OCTOBER 7 TO THURSDAY OCTOBER 9 1735

    Winflow, and five of Leighcon-Buizard i -Markev- Towvns. Enquire of Mrs. Hill at Whitchurch aforefaidi of of Thomas Sheppard of Lydcott, Attorney at Law. To be S OL D Cheap, -i tie 071dow Orarn's tate a urfeqy 4arden in Bromptun- Subscribers-only content

    London Evening Post, FROM THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 21 TO SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1749

    iber i the Bcnefi of the oall GU o aynencof into tle Hands of the Treafurerc Mr. Thomas Sheppard, of Lydcott in the Aid CQunry at any Time betwrit the sath. Day of February, and rhe Jlt Day of OftoLer, Subscribers-only content

    London Evening Post, FROM SATURDAY JULY 13 TO TUESDAY JULY 16 1771

    to Mr. Tolto Littlc, at Hec- fenford. Lydcott is ten mr.iles from Plymouth Dock, fix front the borough of-Lificeard, and three from the borough of Looe. The purchafter may have immediate poffieflion of Lydcott Floufc, with the offices, gardens, and Subscribers-only content

    London Evening Post, FROM TUESDAY JULY 16 TO THURSDAY JULY 18 1771

    Mr. John Little, at Hef- fenford. Lydcott is ten miles from Plymouth Dock, fix from the borough of Lilkeard, and three from the borough of Looe. The purchafer may have immediate pofiefflion of Lydcott Houfc, vith the offices, gardens, and Subscribers-only content

    London Evening Post, FROM THURSDAY JUNE 25 TO SATURDAY JUNE 27 1772

    law, in Plymouth; ani for viewing the g premifes, to thu tenants, or to Mr. John Little, at H-elfen. ford. Lydcott is ten miles fvrmn Plymouth Dock, fix, from the Borough of Lifkeard, and three fiem the Borough of Looc. Subscribers-only content

    London Evening Post, FROM SATURDAY JUNE 27 TO TUESDAY JUNE 30 1772

    To beSO-L b A- U CI zt r , By T1ROMAS SKNNi,. On Monday the 6-h of July, at Mr. Willsfnfofl'a, the Mitre, at.Barnet, by order of-tbhe Afigneet of Mr.Wm.Wtrnir, abankrupt, at three 'clnetE in the afternoon,-- A Valuabile Subscribers-only content

    London Evening Post, FROM TUESDAY JUNE 30 TO THURSDAY JULY 2 1772

    at law, in Plymwoth; an fqr viewing the pfemiess, to the tenaats, or to Mr. Johs Little, at Heli. .ford. Lydcott is tin miles fro.i' PlyosD'Jth Doik, fist fta the Borough of Lilkeard, and three frant the boroogl eC Looe. Subscribers-only content

    London Evening Post, FROM THURSDAY JULY 2 TO SATURDAY JULY 4 1772

    law, in Plymouth ; and for viewing the premifbir to the tenants, or to Mr. Jopbe Litdl, at Heffen- -ford. Lydcott is tent miles from Plynouth Dock, fix from the Borough Of UJifad, and three from the Borough of The Subscribers-only content

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