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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ' Well, I am kind; dide't I come a-walking the minute you asked me! What would you have?' " 'Ah, Nance ! I've seen the time when you didn't want asking, but came of your own self to meet me.' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jem and Janet, mother and children, all tainted with the heresy; old Mother Chattox, an arch-witch, and her pretty grand-daughter, Nance Red- fernie, a sorceress in more ways than one; and, last of all, the dread Mother Demdike, the solitary Subscribers-only content

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    I,. kitchen, after which he too came into the kitchen. He said to her, " Have you had your ten, Nance l" and she said " Yes, I have." He then said " That shall be the last you shall Subscribers-only content

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    but cannot, in Iki measure, be stimulated to unusual proportions; and the flohais, by whom they were called Nani and Nance, in ottsequence of the respect in which they were held, used altificial means to prevent the growth of boys Subscribers-only content

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    JOHN BURGESS & SON'S ORIGINAL AND SUPERIOR ESSENCE OF ANCHOVY. 7,ST~e3sISEED1'760- I07 STRAND (Corner of Savoy Steps), LONDON. DIVIDENDS 10 TO 20 PER CENT. FOR SAFE AND PROFITABLE INVESTMENTS. SHARP'S INVESTMENT CIRCULAR. OCTOBER NUMBER now ready, Twelve Pages (post Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TRENGOVE, alias NANCE, Henry (by 1521-61), of Nance in Illogan, Cornw.

    TRENGOVE, alias NANCE, Henry (by 1521-61), of Nance in Illogan, Cornw. Constituency Dates Helston Oct. 1553 Ofifces Held Clerk of the coinage, Cornw. by 1542-d.; bailiff, Tywarnhayle stannary by 1547-54. Biography Henry Nance, as he was generally known, succeeded his

    TRENGOVE, John.

    TRENGOVE, John. Constituency Dates Helston 1547 Biography John Trengove, the junior Member for one of the coinage towns in Cornwall in the Parliament of 1547, was probably a relative of Henry Trengove alias Nance*, clerk of the coinage. The

    CHAMBERS, William (by 1521-59), of London.

    licence to grow woad. In 1543 he gave evidence to John Grenville about the way in which Henry Trengove alias Nance and Thomas Carnsew exercised their clerkships of the tin coinage in Cornwall. Three years later he appeared in the

    POLWHELE, John (by 1523-72 or later), of Polwhele in St. Clement, Cornw.

    POLWHELE, John (by 1523-72 or later), of Polwhele in St. Clement, Cornw. Constituency Dates Cornwall 1558 Ofifces Held Commr. gaol delivery, Cornw. 1554; reeve, Moresk 1558-9, 1564-5; j.p.q. Cornw. 1562-4. Biography The Polwheles had been seated at a place

 

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