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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, C, 01 May 1672-30 September 1672

    Bodmin, East Looe, Eathe in St. Winnow, Enidor Falmouth Grampound Helston Landrake Lostwithiel Lower Trevethan, St. Mervin, Merther Morval Mylor Nancarrow, parish of St. Michael, Penkevil Padstow Park Hellen long loft in Penkevil Penryn Probus St. Eval St. Ives Saltash Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, May 18-26, 1672, 01 May 1672-31 May 1672

    Presbyterian. 133 Owen Stockton House of Robert Howlett, St. Martin's Lane, Colchester. Independent. 134 Joseph Halsey House of Thomas Harvey, Nancarrow, parish of St. Michael Penchivell (Penkevil), Cornwall. Presbyterian. 134 William Phipps House of James Dod, Marton, Salop. Congregational. 134 Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 May 1672-30 September 1672

    of, Chester, licence requested for, licence to James, house of, Eye, Suffolk, licence to Peter, examination of Thomas, house of, Nancarrow, parish of St. Michael Penkevil, Cornwall, licence to, receipt for licence to Harwich letters dated from, or from ships Subscribers-only content

    Preface

    Grampound; Guendron; Helligan, near Bodmin; Helston; Kennington, St. Ives; Kenwyn; Landrake; Landulph; Lostwithiel; Lower Trevethan, St. Mervin; Merther; Morval; Mylor; Nancarrow, parish of St. Michael, Penkevil; Padstow; Penkevil; Penryn; Probus; Redruth; St. Breock, Wadebridge; St. Eval; St. Germans; St. Ives; Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    If possible, to visit the mine and jadges fao' themselves of Its value. The Minie has been inspeoted by Captains Nancarrow, (Director of the Bog and Penuerley Mines), Mtiatthewc Francis, Williamt Lean, Thoams Roberts, and John Jones, copies of choses Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AnSAU=T wITH In rjf 'D0 Gnmvous BODaY H:Bmr.-Yeaterday, beforeAdrairal. Chaloner and mr. C. C. Oxley, Isabella, the wife of Samuel Nancarrow, of Gisborough, miner; and Mary Anm, the wife of Richard Iadter, of Lazeaby, innkeeperl awere charged with wounding Thbmaw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO no Ganovos BoDnIT Ar -On Thursday before Admiral Chaloner and Mr. C. 0. Oxley, Isabella, the wife of Samuel Nancarrow, of Gisborough, minor; and Mary Ann, the wife of Richard Lister, of Lwzeuby, innkeeper, were charged with wounding Thomas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ore incoroso aaliio per toni 00 doli. 1 cost i?il1ing and rcd?rciieni 30 dole, to .10 dols. mailod report." Cisot. Nancarrow telegraphs I lace co.srrnloiood Sparc ow Ilaglo l looking oplondtd all it's ropie5ailtodl making roped." D 10707 THE COSTA Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a weill-known name an }3nghlsh reining fireles. Trhere ate ales oplepri by Captain 'T. heodge, of Whbeol Grenynle, Captein WV. Nancarrow end othids, wheioh ear most enroucagloeg to the hoa~rd to proecedwitli thaet vigorous devoloyment whichl they have promised to- Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 April 1821, 12 April 1821

    junior, Edward Paynter, William Courtice, " William Nancarrow, Robert Cooke, Edward Luke senior, " Isaac Watts, Thomas Coode, John Brown junior, Thomas " Ham, Robert Forde, Samuel Croggon, William Tenage, " David Nancarrow, Thomas Ham junior; all those Men " Subscribers-only content

    13 April 1821, 13 April 1821

    33. William Nancarrow. 34. Robert Cooke. 35. Edward Luke, Sen. 36. Isaac Watts. 37. Thomas Coode. 38. John Brown, Jun. 39. Thomas Ham. 40. Robert Ford. 41. Samuel Croggan. 42. William Teague. 43. Richard Ham. 44. David Nancarrow. 45. Thomas Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1755, 24 March 1755

    28 Geo. II. 2 4° Mariii. 57 Publication in the Church, forbidding" all Perföns to pay it; and he was afraid of Trouble and Expence, if he enforced the Payment of it: That, on the Day Gitmmow figned the Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1755, 24 March 1755

    240 Martii. A. 1755. Eleaion. Frederick Julian faid, That Trenerry took Poffeffion of ^ Wel[ Meadows fome time after Chrißmas 175 3—That he faw his Cow there feveral times, from the latter End of January till the Lady-day following; Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1755, 24 March 1755

    Year 1 752. William Parker faid, That William Nancarrow is in Poffefiion of Part of Swine's Tenement: That the Wit- nefs, his Brother, and Rofkelly, occupy the other Three Parts : That Nancarrow has paid his Part of the Eate Subscribers-only content

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