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  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, August 1684, 6-8, 01 August 1684-31 August 1684

    Regis port loco John Brereton, who declines same. Richd. Pendock to be established as waiter and searcher at Paul Pero [Polperro ] in Looe port at 25 l. per an . for the better guarding Lantissett Bay and Tellant Sands:

    Entry Book, July 1691, 1-10, 01 July 1691-31 July 1691

    dismissed. Geo. Wellington as tidesman at Minehead loco William Fisher, who relinquished same. Geo. Ward as waiter and searcher at Polperro in Poole port loco Richard Pendock, deceased. Out Letters ( Customs ) XII, p. 319. Treasury reference to the

    Entry Book, May 1692, 16-31, 01 May 1692-31 May 1692

    Benj. Short as boatman in fee at Plymouth loco Christopher Nicks, lately deceased. Thomas Bully as waiter and searcher at Polperro in Looe port loco George Ward, lately removed to Plymouth. Out Letters ( Customs ) XII, p. 408. Treasury

    Warrants etc., September 1698, 16-30, 16 September 1698-30 September 1698

    horse to guard the coast from Cawsam [Cawsand ] Bay westward to Looe. Looe: Thomas Bully (present preventive officer at Polperro) to have 10 l . to keep a horse. Fowey: Roger Langdon to be a preventive officer at the

    Index of persons and Places, P

    420. Poll. See Welshpool. Pollard , Christopher, a Commissioner going to the East Indies, 165, 221. Pollesden. See Polesden Lacy. Polperro , co. Cornwall, 131. Ponthieu , , pension for, 142. Poole , co. Dorset, collector of. See Sansom, J.,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the " Moses.' The Old Buccaceer's Yarn. By G. W. I Kingsley's Edinburghl Lectures. By Sir Thornbury. j Nathaniel. Polperro. By Florentia. Gosse's Aquaitum. The Pagans and the Czar. A FLYING VISIT TO TIIE SENT OF1 W\AR, IN THE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The Sister of tbe Hotel Dieu. By Dudley Costello A Farewell to 1854. By Nicholas Mitchell Badenl-Baden in the Winter Polperro. By Florentia The Sick Mlan and his Prospects Literature in the Eighteenth Century. By Alexander Audrewi Christmas ErV-1854. By Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Summer Shade and his Wye at New Weir, are among the pleasantest things in the whole collection. Of Mr Cook's Polperro, Mr W. N. Hardwick's river scenes, Mr Chase's scraps of Haddon Hall and other specimens of the formally picturesque Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a wreck in the English Channel of a ship having methylated spiritls on board. A cask wis washed ashore at Polperro, Cornwalli atnd was opened by a dozen fishermen. Tlicy drauln so freely that five had to be carried home Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the hope that in tla old priest's heart had fallpn dead, been buried, sad forgotten. Mr. F. S.Walker, R.IIA., sends "Polperro, an old fishing village in the Days of Protection" (63), ehich might almost be an illustration of Sir. Black's Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 May 1826, 24 May 1826

    Abol" of: (Thome:) South & North Col- lingham : Beggar Relief Con¬ gregation : Madeley: Tenterden : Irthling- borough : Polperro, &c. : Alton : United Associate Congre¬ gation of Beggar: M'itney. eks, tn gfor ect" " mend to their Subscribers-only content

    Index, 31 May 1826

    May, 356.—Narberth ; Carrickfergus; Bampton; Lutterworth; and Deddington, 23d May, 364.—Thome; South and North CoUingham ; Beggar; Madeley; Tenterden, Irthlingborough; Polperro; Alton; Beggar; and Witney, 24th May, 371.—Clifton-upon-Duns- more; White Roothing; Earles Colne; Castle and Sible Hedingham; Walthamstow; Market Lavington Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Frindsbury; Doddington; WTesleyan Chapel, Deptford; Looe; Wadebridge; Saltash; Wittersham; Wesleyan Chapel, Woolwich ; Gillingham; Callington and Frogwell; Tideford and Bethany; Polperro; Pillaton; Mitcham; Aberystwyth; Topsham; and Landrake, 413.— Clovelly; Buckland Brewer; Caglenna; St. Dominick; Boscastle; Warleggon ; Trevelmond; Crafthole; St. Subscribers-only content

    17 May 1833, 17 May 1833

    thereunto subscribed: whose Names are thereunto subscribed : of Polperro ; Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists wor¬ shipping at Polperro Chapel, in the County of Cornwall, whose Names are Subscribers-only content

    Index, 12 December 1833

    Gwennap ; and of Crelly, Wendron, 334. — Wesleyans of St. Blazey Bridge; of Penponds; of Truro; of Cubert; of Polperro; of Bodmin; of Callington; of St. Teath; of Pengelly; of Porkellis; of North Country; of Troon ; of Forestgate; Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Polperro, Cornwall., 1825

    Polperro, Cornwall. View of Polperro from a hillside, with three sheep standing on a rock in foreground at right, and two figures walking on a path along the coast; boats in the water near the entrance to a harbour in

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    John Wesley: his life and work., 1884

    vagabond had so stirred up many of the baser sort, that there was much noise, hurry, and confusion. " At Polperro , Cornwall , " an old, grey-headed sinner bitterly cursed the Methodists. " In 1764 on attempting to preach Subscribers-only content

    The church-rate question considered, 1853

    in consequence " of the proceedings in respect of the Melbourn " church-rate." And Mr. Couch , a resident of Polperro in Corn¬ wall, replies thus to the following questions:- " 3927 . Do you think that the existence of Subscribers-only content

    John Wesley: his life and work., 1884

    vagabond had so stirred up many of the baser sort, that there was much noise, hurry, and confusion. " At Polperro , Cornwall , " an old, grey-headed sinner bitterly cursed the Methodists. " In 1764 on attempting to preach Subscribers-only content

 

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