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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, M, 01 March 1702-31 May 1703

    , G., of Colreane G., of Newmore, ibid . Sir R., of Foulis, ibid . Monrow Monroy Monsehole . See Mousehole. Monserat . See Montserat. Montagu , Montague Capt. Irby (Earl of Romney's) Ralph Montague, 1st Earl of and see Subscribers-only content

    Index, M, 01 January 1600-31 December 1600

    242, 318. letter from, 107. And see Ireland. Mounts Bay , 109, 272, 341. Captain of the castle of, 341. Mousehole (Mousole), co. Cornwall, 426. Mowbray , Mubray, J., 355. Philip, a Scotchman, 460. Walter, 282 (3). Moyallo . See

    Index, M, 01 January 1611-31 December 1618

    Thos. Moulin , Peter du Moulsford Moulsham Moulton Mounsee Dumanick Mountgarret , Viscount and Viscountess, see Butler. Mousdale , Roger Mousehole Close Mowgrave Moyle , Robt. Thos. Moys , Wm. Moythey , Howell Much Wenlock Mulberry trees Muley , Sidan, Subscribers-only content

    Cases before the Committee, August 1651, 01 August 1651-31 August 1651

    and estate discharged 12 417 Cornwall Delinquents. 29 Aug. 1651. Vol. G No. or p. Thomas Grosse, Burien. Wm. Kegwin, Mousehole, or Paul. Wm. Williams, Gwinear, or Rosurry. Georges Trenhale, jun., St. Erth. Rich. Wosper, Redruth. Rob. Pawly, Lalant. John Subscribers-only content

    Spain, March 1549, 01 March 1549-31 March 1549

    those who have experience of 16th century nomenclature. Topo-santo is a translation of Mouse-holy. Could the pirates have come from Mousehole on the Cornish coast, and taken ship for this expedition at Plymouth? A Spanish interpreter, such as they must

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MOUSEHOLE, John, of Midhurst, Suss.

    MOUSEHOLE, John, of Midhurst, Suss. Constituency Dates Midhurst Mar. 1416 Biography Nothing is recorded of John beyond his appearance on the endorsement of the parliamentary return of March However, it seems likely that he came from a prominent Midhurst

    MOYLE, William, of Bodmin and Bosmaugan in St. Winnow, Cornw.

    1393, when he was in possession of cables and skins illegally removed from a vessel wrecked by a storm at Mousehole. It is quite likely that he was a merchant. At the Launceston assizes of 1398 he was engaged in

    KILLIGREW, John II (c.1547-1605), of Arwennack, Cornw.

    either unwilling or unable to fortify Pendennis castle, so that when, in July 1595 the Spaniards attacked and burnt Newlyn, Mousehole and Penzance, Killigrew could offer no resistance. It was said that he had sold or mortgaged the castle to

    TREWOOFE, John, of Trewoofe in St. Buryan, Cornw.

    a tin mine) Aug. 1394 (foundation of the chapel of St. Buryan); to close the ports of Mount’s Bay and Mousehole May 1401; of array, Cornw. Nov. 1405, Apr. 1418. Ofifces Held Alnager, Cornw. 23 Nov. 1395-9. Biography For several

    GODOLPHIN, Sir Francis (c.1534-1608), of Godolphin, Cornw.

    fortification of ports, rounding up of recusants, and arrangements for provisioning the fleet at Plymouth. After the Spaniards landed at Mousehole in July 1595 Godolphin ‘engaged himself very worthily’ at Penzance.[footnote]He was buried at Breage 23 Apr. 1608. His will,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    but before the whole were carried off, that active officer, Mr. Pill, who commands the preven- tive boat stationed at Mousehole, came upon them, and secured 64 tubs of spirits, which he brought to Penzance. We have no doubt that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the western part of this country. Some days ago a solicitor ofst.lIeswas so roughly treated by the people of Mousehole, from whom he was ofl- lectinm the tithes for fish, that he was glad to escape without loss of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Aoamemnon, Joseph Trewavas, who destroyed the hawsers of the flying bridge at Genitschi, is a Cornishman, a native of Mousehole, near Penzance, where his ancestors have resided for many generations. -The ' Daily News ' says that Lord Panmure Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    there is now more land under water than has been known for years. One day last week Mr Angwin, of Mousehole, Cornwall, gathered above fifty good apples from a tree in his garden; this was a second crop. In the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sole Manufacturer, James Felton Riwepll, the Vul-as A NVIL-MAREllS.-Wanted, Makers, Heaters, and Strikers.- Apply to Messrs. M. and H. Arsitage, Mousehole Forge, Shefflela.. 157 G UNMACErs.-Wanted, best Gun Action Jointers and Fitters, and sevrol other best Workmen In various branches.-Apply Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Broad Chalke

    and lower roads in the 20th century. Mount Sorrel , also known until the late 18th century as Mousehill or Mousehole , 68 was then as in the 20th century a farmstead and a group of cottages beside the Bower

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 5th September 1846

    high rack, which at high water forms an island. On entering the Bay, we 1rst passed the small village of Mousehole , & the town of Penzance , which is prettily situated, about a mile from St. Michael's Mount .

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Half a century of Penzance: 1825-1875, 1878

    in Penzance . Next came Vounderveor Lane, which was originally the only carriage road from Penzance to Newlyn , Paul, Mousehole , etc. The word lane is superfluous,-vounder being the Cornish for road, and veor meaning great. Vounderveor is therefore Subscribers-only content

    Half a century of Penzance: 1825-1875, 1878

    in Penzance . Next came Vounderveor Lane, which was originally the only carriage road from Penzance to Newlyn , Paul, Mousehole , etc. The word lane is superfluous,-vounder being the Cornish for road, and veor meaning great. Vounderveor is therefore Subscribers-only content

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