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  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Minutes, September 1717, 11-25, 11 September 1717-25 September 1717

    proportion. The letter from Mr. Craggs, senr., recommending Mr. Potter to be riding officer [of the Customs ] at Pulcherres [Polkerris ] in the port of Fowey. Ordered. The letter from Mr. Medlycot, one of the Commissioners of the Revenue

    Index, P, 01 January 1717-31 December 1717

    Pointz . See Poyntz. Poland , King of, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Vernon, Sir R.: Envoy to. See Scott, J. Polkerris , Pulcherres , co. Cornwall, riding officer at. See Potter, . Pollington , Edward, junior, Collector of Newhaven port.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    broken up. Fifteen of tin crew were saved. Chance Tayler, the donkeymaosj- n-as drowtted. Two. vessuls were totally wrecked at Polkerris on Toes- dxv-. and the crcws iroivacil. the c-raffia on toe Great Western and the Sooth- Telegruics received on Subscribers-only content

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    the main streets of Rochdale, mauned by the crew of the Blackpool lifeboat. The boat is to be stationed at Polkerris, near Fowey, on the Coruish coast. TrE MmrIDLAND MANCEcSTER LINE.-The land slip oil the Midland new line to Manchester Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    generally the day of the festival. T3EE ROODALE LIFEBOAT.-Tho Roohdalo life- boat is stationed, as will probably be remembered, at Polkerris, nearFowey, Cornwall. Thelifeboatcommaunds the dangeroun Bav of St. Austell, where occasionally, during the heavy storms from the S.W., some Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Newcastle for Chsrlestovvn, Cornwall, went abhore on Thursday night at Par. The crew were rescued by the lifeboat stationed at Polkerris, having had a narrow escape. SAVAGE ASSAULT AT SI11PTOIC.-In Watson s- buildings, Skipton, there has been living a poor Subscribers-only content

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    her, or it necessary, to G save life. A telegram was also despatched to the ] neighbouring lifeboat station at Polkerris, request. tJ ing theom to be on the look ont for the endangered r vessel. Fortunately, a short time Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Polkerris, Cornwall., 1825

    Polkerris, Cornwall. [harbour/port] View of Polkerris harbour from a hill, with patch of long grasses in foreground at right; boats tilting to one side in stormy weather, and a large wave splashing over the pier at left; houses along the

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