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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that may be necessary to save the life of a fellow-creature.-Tho some. A SINGULAR [ IC1cMsT.scNE.-Lately, Mr. Hancock, of Tregondale, Menheniot, lost two fine rams in the following extraordinary manner:- The rams were coupled together by a chain round their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Llanidloes, Montgoneryshire, flannel manutacturer. [Bigir, Southampton buildings. W. Roberts, Rawmarsh, Yorkshire, grocer. [Wiglesworth and Co. Gray', ins square. J. Stephens, Menheniot, Cornwall, ironfounder. [Surr, Lom- bard street. G. Howarth, Todmorden, Lancashire, corn dealer. [Hall, Moorgate street. DIVIDENDS. February 3, E. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6; Union of London, 35. MIEMS.-Buenxas DoNs.-Br-tith: Marko Valley, 74; Prince of Walee, 1i; West Chiveeton, 621; Wheal Mary Ann Menheniot," 204.o-Feis,: Capula Silver, LImited, 24; Chon- talea Gold and Silver Mintng,Lisnited, 2, 5g, : Don Pedro, North del Rey, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Boys'School. Thirteen years in present situation, Satifc tory reasons for leaving. Good. reports from Governmentan Dioceosas Inspecteos. Bass voico.-Address, "Schooimastr Menheniot, Liokoard, Cornwall, c17ll QUPERTlOR EDUCATION, Leamington.-Twon PUPILS, the I ,t Daughters of Gentlemetn, mues reoolved en Reduced Terms in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    paid), 43,1; Oriental Bank Corporation, -12. MINRXS-Bussrerss DoNn,-Britisch: Great Wisest Vor " Hal- sion," 17% x d:; Wheel Mary Ann "Menheniot,' 17. -Feretrec: Angle-Brazilian Gold, Limsited, 3, 59%1; Don Pedro, North del Rlay, Limited, 30,1,. "/as pmo. x d;Geasral Brazilian, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    , 453. Treheron , George, gent., 698. Trelawny , John, clerk, 704. -, -, esq., son of John Trelawny of Menheniot, 525. -, -, -, Walter son of, 525. Trelleck , Trellike, Trillek [Monm. ] , 453. -, lordship, 377 Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, 01 January 1663-31 August 1664

    de Mendaca , Jeronimo, Abreu de letter of Mendip "Mene, Tekel," Menesque , Dr. Sebastian Menezez , Ruy Gellos de Menheniot Meni , Rob. letters of Mennes , Sir John, Vice-Admiral and Navy Commissioner certificate by letters and notes of Subscribers-only content

    Index, B, 01 January 1590-30 September 1594

    Becker , Laurence, emissary of the Duke of Stettin; 23. Becket : Robert, of Southwerk; 271. Thomas, of Menheniot 274. Robert, of Menheniot; 274. Beckinsow , Beckensow : John, of Burrow Cleere; 270, 271. John, of Southwark; 271. William, of

    Charles II - volume 76, July 1-17, 1663, 01 July 1663-17 July 1663

    him performed. [ Docquet . ] July 17. Grant to Jonathan Trelawney of Menheniot, Cornwall, of two yearly fairs, besides that which he now holds at Menheniot. [ Docquet . ] July 17. Grant to Walter Braems of the office Subscribers-only content

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    Harry, 1138. -, William, mercer, of London, 119, 437, 1046. Tenby [co. Pembroke ] , 907. Tencreek , Trenake [in Menheniot parish, co. Cornwall ] , 696. Tendring , Tendryng [co. Essex ] , 511, 1084. Tendryng , William, 777. Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Exeter College EXETER COLLEFE

    addition to the college revenue was made in 1479 when some members of the Exeter Chapter gave the rectory of Menheniot , which was worth £20 a year: 3 this accounts for nearly the whole increase during the first 200

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    , George Henry , 166 Melly , A. J. M., 80 Melsonby (Yorks.), 69 n Mengs , Raphael , 186 Menheniot ( Cornwall ), 107 Mental Philosophy , readership in, 34 n Mercer , N., 114 n Merchant Taylors' Company

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 December 1760, 15 December 1760

    Saint Lve, in the faid County ; and alfo from the faid Borough of Li/keard, through the Parillies of Lijkeard, Menheniot, Saint Germans, Sheviock, Antony, and Maker, to the Paffage called wallis, Mr. Montagu, Lord Middleton, Mr. Hit fey, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    18 December 1760, 18 December 1760

    the Parifi) of Menheniot, and over Butterdon Water, to Coomh Row Iloufe, in the Parifh of Saint Ive, in the County of Cornwall; arid alfo the Roads from the faid Borough of Lifkeard, through the Parifhes of Menheniot, Saint Germans, Subscribers-only content

    23 December 1760, 23 December 1760

    Ive, in the County of Cormvall; and alfo the Roads from the faid Borough of Lijkeard, through tiie Parifhes of Menheniot, Saint Germans, Sheviock, Antony, in ?hu faid County, and Maker, to Crimble Pajfage, in the laid County, or in Subscribers-only content

    8 December 1760, 8 December 1760

    in the Negative. llefolvcd, That this Houl'e will, upon Tucfday Morn¬ iflf i C l)oghoufe B^r from Iflington Read. of Menheniot, Saint Germans, Sheviock, Antony and Maker; and that the Petitioners are informed, that a Toll Gate is propofed to Subscribers-only content

    13 January 1761, 13 January 1761

    of Menheniot, and over Butler don Water to Coombrow IlouJ'e, in the Pariih of Saint Ivc, Vol. aS. ke Read in the County of Cornwall; and alfo the Roads from the faid Borough of Lifkeard, through the Parifhes of Menheniot, Subscribers-only content

 

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