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  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Warrants, May 1717, 1-5, 01 May 1717-05 May 1717

    and boatman at Dall [Dale ] in Milford port loco William Knethell, deceased. Samuel Bissett as waiter and searcher at Polruan in Fowey port loco Thomas Alston, deceased. James Fair as a watchman in London port loco John Smith, dismissed,

    Venice, September 1644, 01 September 1644-30 September 1644

    from Evesham of the 4th July. 12 [ Italian, from the English ; 3 pages . ] Obliterated by damp. Polruan, east of Fowey, occupied on the 14-24 August. Obliterated by damp. Text in Journals of the House of Lords

    Entry Book, March 1689, 01 March 1689-31 March 1689

    to be restored as a tidewa iter, Bristol port loco Robt. Pullinger, a Papist. Tho. Smith (waiter and searcher at Polruan in Fowey port) as surveyor, waiter and searcher in Fowey port loco John Pising, a Papist. Richard Pate as

    Entry Book, July 1684, 7-10, 01 July 1684-31 July 1684

    all as proposed in the Customs Commissioners' memorial of April 30 last. Thomas Smith as a waiter and searcher at Polruan in Fowey port loco Edward Parker, lately dismissed. James Strong as surveyor, waiter and searcher at Fowey loco James

    Warrant Book, August 1703, 1-10, 01 August 1703-31 August 1703

    in the time of Charles I to William Daw senr. and junr. and Richard May, son of Oliver May of Polruan, and in 1664 they passed to Henry Seymour for the life of Brigadier Henry Trelawney. Ibid ., p. 65.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H -reford-W. Morgan, Biist 1, potatne dealer. [Harris, Bristol-E. A. Lock, Carry Rihell, Somerset, linendraper. [,lade and Vining, Y-,vil-G. Haweke, Polruan, Cornwall. dealr in hardware. [Elworthy, Plymooth -Loi-a Browett, Beadtserl Yo ltshire, innkeeper. [Blarkbtsrn, Leeds-J. Pres- cott, Liverpool, tead-aler. (Lownd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wbich-landed them at Plymouth.L She then.proceeded on her -voyage. - The survivors (Captain Biscombe, of Amble, and George Crough; of Polruan) state that the whole of the crew' were on dack st.the tjme oEthe c5Ullision,hbut owing toathle suddenness with. whrlihitheir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cooper, Harleston, coal merchant -11 J. Togwell, Cheltenham, baker -11 J. Plevin, Niantwich, timber merchant 11 W. and W. Geach, Polruan, shipwrights -12 J. Simpson, BawdeSweli, grocer - 20 5. Raw liusonr, Manchester, merchant - 20 T. Bailey, Nottingham, Bingham, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ironnfiunders.-T. Nottage, 'Worship-street, concbhnmaster.-H. CGreenhill, Phtipot-lanle, teavdealen&j. Bates, Long-lane, Berniondsey. furrier.-R. Johstone, Chtlnisfortl, woollen-draper-.-MV. Geach, sen. and IV. Cieach, jun. Polruan, near Fowey, shipwrights..D. Parry, Ponty Pool, Mlonmnouth, brewer--*. Duncan, Manchester, hosler.-J. H. Collens, Weston, Somerset, seedsman.-J. Rogers, fHartley, Worcester, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lodging- house keeper-W. Hall, Newbury, Berkshiro, book seler-A. Parftt, Newbury, Berkshire, journeyman coach builder-W. H. Parsons, Brlhtou, librartau-W. IL Go.d, Polruan, Cornwall, master mariner -3. W. Tregonhag, Saint Ermo, Cornwall, carpenter-W. Hughes; Po utypool, lton uouthshire, hairdres&r-W. Rowland, Sutton-green, Denbighablbre, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    Dertemouth - Witts Hobbeson de Exmouth - Johes Bernard 1 j t>, iT I dePlemouth Joties Berd Johes Shakelok de Polruan - iiij.libf.xij.solid.pxlvj.dieb}. ¦> Johes Hurston de Loo & Fawy iiij.libr.xij.solid.pxlvj.diebs- -* Johes Mawson de Wayncflete - iiij.libr. xviij.solid, pxlix.dieb}. Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    Fav>sham. Sandwich. Pole. Dovorf. Weymuth. Hethe. Melecombe. Romney. Lym. Rye. Exon. Wynchelse. Dertemuth. Hastyng. Plummuth. Pevenese. Loo. Seford:. Fowy & Polruan. Shorham. Bristofl. Suthamptoii. Ibid, pars 2. in dorso, m. S3. R dilco sibi Hugoni de Ulseby saltm. Quia tam Subscribers-only content

    13 April 1831, 13 April 1831

    of Cornwall, whose Names are thereunto sub¬ scribed : Boscastle : Warleggon : Trevelniond Crafthole : St. Neot: SouUiill : Polruan : Landkev: Sedbergh : St. Cleer : Scar^ill & Barni ogham: Brayford: Gainsford St. Chapel, Southwark : Also, Upon Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Mitcham; Aberystwyth; Topsham; and Landrake, 413.— Clovelly; Buckland Brewer; Caglenna; St. Dominick; Boscastle; Warleggon ; Trevelmond; Crafthole; St. Neot; Southill; Polruan; Landkey; Sedbergh; St. Cleer; Scar- gill and Barningham; Brayford; Gainsford Street Chapel, Southwark; Spaldwick; Creeting St. Peters; Ottery St. Subscribers-only content

    17 May 1833, 17 May 1833

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

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