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    of Mis- sions at Liverpool, 1860. Verses for foly t Seasons. Entick's English-Latin Diction- ary. A volume of Melvilles Sermounds Perranzabuloe, or the Lost Church foun. 8 vols. Is. Anfoner P.O. gyda'r archeb i E. W. EVANS, SWyDDpA'PB GOLxUAD, DOLGELLAU. Subscribers-only content

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    Herbert, Advocate, British Guiana. Royal 8vo, his. Gd. Herbert's (Charles) Dutch Executors' Guide. Sm. 4to, 7s. Gd. Haslam (Wm. B.A.) Perranzabuloe; with an Account! of the Oratory of St Piran in the Sands. Fcp. 8vo, 4s. 6d. Jones's (Professor T. Subscribers-only content

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    an imlproved Series. 8vo. [Nearly ready. The Volumes for 1863, 1864, 1865, and 1866 may be had, price Ias, each. PERRANZABULOE, the LOST CHURCH FOUND; or, the Church of England not a New Church, but Ancient, Apostolical, and IndepeIL dent, Subscribers-only content

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    was being, worked. This Mine is situated near " Penhale Point " on the north coast, in the parish of Perranzabuloe, Cornwall, and is therefore in the vicinity of some of the richest and most profitable lead-producing Mines that have Subscribers-only content

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    Relston, 32$, g, 3$1,: treat \Wheel ;or, Helston, 63: htarke Valley, Liskeard, 7: Soutoh Condarrow, Caemborne, 5., M est 0hiverton Perranzabuloe, 47-,.-Foreirpt: Elerulrsit and Aurons, Linsited, I ; Eclipse, Limited, 3pm. Sweetland Creek GloId, Limited, 4; TaIinaril Gold Company, Limited, Subscribers-only content

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    Tynbygh , Nic., or Tynbegh, Wm., Prior of London Charterhouse, Tyrhtel , Bp. of Hereford , Tywarnhale Mine , in Perranzabuloe , Cornw., Ufford , Wm. de, Earl of Suff. (d. 1382), Ulf , housecarl of King Edw. the Confessor

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    George III, September 1764, 01 September 1764-30 September 1764

    74. 1460 . Petition of John Francis Martinot, commander of the "Marianne," which was cast away at Peren Zabulon (? Perranzabuloe), in Cornwall, and was plundered by the inhabitants, who even stripped them of their clothes. Prays relief, & c. Subscribers-only content

    General Index, P, Q, R, 01 October 1760-31 December 1765

    measuring wheel , a Perceval , Hon. Charles George, Esq., appoi ntments Hon. Spencer, Esq., appointments Peren Zabulon , (? Perranzabuloe), Cornwall, inhuman conduct of the inhabitants Perfect , William, Mayor of Pontefract "Permission ships," the, passports for Perott , Subscribers-only content

 

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