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    rebel in the West, 421. Cheese , duty on, 396; Cheshire cheese, 318. Cheesman see Chesman. Cheevely , Jo., waiter, Menagissey port, 2008. Cheffers , Richard, lands, Ireland, 558. Cheilesmore (Cheylesmore, Chilesmore), manor, Coventry, lease, 219, 720 1, 782; Great British History Online

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    4th 36 Wheal an Heodra one 4th 37 Wheal an Courtney one 4th 38 Space Bean oae 4th $9 Wheal Menagissey one 4th 40 Pen nail's Spar one 4th 41 Tryzeuua three I6ths jf Lot 4. < SHARES in FOUR Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of costsfor tbe work) for SUPPLYING Wheal Rose, Skinner's Bot- tom and Blackwater with WATER, for domes- tic purposes, from Menagissey watering. The Committee reserve to themselves the right of awarding the premium. In case the Committee employ the successful Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    6*w l7 > the Wlfe of J " S. Ford, of a daughter. thtm „, fa , „ f KENT-At Menagissey, Scorrier, Oet >. tne wUe 0I Mr. Joseph Kent, of a son. »_* ,« MITCHELL- At Penpoll, near Devoran, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    tbe severa engineers' schemes for tbe supplying of Wheal Rose and district with water from Menagissey will be examined. £25 premium has been offered for tbe scheme the committee selects as the best. In the event of the committee carrying Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    work would not be so heavy. For the supplying of Wheal Pose, Skinner's Bottom and Black water with water from Menagissey, eight schemes and tenders were received. The teuders were .-Mr. Trestrail, Redruih, £1,4g& • Mr. Godfrey, Penzance, £2,333 ; Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    costs for the work) for SUPPLYING Wheal Rose, Skinner's Bot- tom and Blackwater with WATER, for domes- tic purposes, from Menagissey watering. The Committee reserve to themselves the right of awarding the premium. In case the Committee employ the successful Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Parochial Committee met on Thursday evening to consider the report of Mr. N. Tres- trail's gauging of the water at Menagissey, which could be utilized for the supplying of Wheal Rose, Skinner's Bottom, and Black- water districts. I was given Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    TO ANT ADDBBSS IN OBBAT BBITAIN ST a** 1 * 0 InMtvanee. Toaooount. £ __ rtM I«.»<L ts. cd. ggSlrr 7..0 A 8..0 A. MoetplßOS- Abw,,d,lt 10«.perannunu .nd P O. Orders payaMe,to JOHN EBTLICK. otto#* na _ nn _ Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    £1 12s. 4d. Also, in lots, the B£ VERSION-IN-FEE (reserv- ing the minerals) of numerous TENEMENTS, parts of Goosebargus and Menagissey, in Saint Agnes, aforesaid, comprising in the whole about 191 Acres of Land, statuta measure, lull particu- lars of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    where the railway purposes to divert two lanes. Another committee was appointed to view the state of the road between Menagissey and Ivy Chimney. It was stated that if the road was put in repair and kept so for twelve Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the Truro Union- St Agnes, Wm. Mitohell, J. S. Letcher, T. Martin and 3. Chellew, Jiawla, farmer, and John Rodda, Menagissey, farmer (newly elected). St. Allen, Rev G. M _m _. St Anthony, Mr G. Canning. St. Clement, G. Clyma, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    -\vi a ,''. r, ? ln _*e then present adit into « shaft, called Wheal »W Shaft then sunk in Menagissey Conunon, •ud from Wheal Mutic Shaft. S-W fathoms into Mena- gissey Ummoti. The declaration set forth three breaches of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Mr. Thos. Nankervis, of a son. At Calvadnack, Wendron, the wife of Mr. Thomas Vincent, ' of a daughter. At Menagissey, St. Agnes, the wife of Mr. Henry Wil- loughby, of a son. At St. Thomas, Canada West, on the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    cussed at great length, was the committee's report of the supplying of Wheal Rose and dis- trict with water from Menagissey. The stewards wrote raising no objection to the use of the water providing the requirements of those near were Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    opportunity for small capitalists rarely to be met with. They may be viewed on application to Mr. John Bodda, of Menagissey, with whom a plan may be seen, and any further particulars may be obtained fr.m bim, from the Auctionbbb Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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