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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Yarnton Manor and other estates

    . ( 1920 ); local inf. Above; O.R.O., Dash, XV /i/6-8, 13, 44. P.R.O., PROB 11/736 (P.C.C. 294 Anstis). R. Polwhele , Hist. Devon , iii. 463; C. Worthy , Devon Pars . 241. Bodl. MS. Top. Oxon . e

    Townships Wall with Pipehill WALL AND PIPEHILL 1986

    , iv. 130-1; viii. 116; Life and Times of Mrs. Sherwood , ed. F. J. Harvey Darton , 23. R. Polwhele , Reminiscences, in Prose and Verse ( 1836 ), i. 148; Lichfield Mercury , 12 and 26 May 1826

    The parish of Urswick

    ends. Miles Dodding of Conishead wrote thus in 1682 100 :-'If Madam Anderton of Bardsea with her sons, Mr. Thomas Polwhele and Baskerville and the rest of their family be convicted [as recusants ] it would not be amiss to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vicar has no power, or at least a disputed one, if any, ofdislodging. The Vicar procured another Curate, a Mr Polwhele, to do duty, in opposition to Mr Coulson. (Yesterday tins happened.) The' two curates however not being disposed to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and S. Strickland; the Rev. Messrs W. LB Bowles, W. B. Clarne, T. Dale, T. J. Judkin, D. M'Nicol, 11. Polwhele, and W. Stebbing; Messrs James Bird, John Bird, J. Bowering, K. Brandreth, J. Hlolland, D. Liiidsay, J. Malcolm, R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Capt. F. A. Wilkinson, R.N. to Emma Maria, third daughter of the late Hunry Bowles, Eoq. At Trulo, Capt. T. Polwhele, of the India Company's service, to Edith Edge- cumbo Hosken, daughier of the late John James, Esq. of Truro. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to have to announce the death, on Mon- day last, at Truro, in his 79th Year, of the Rev. Richard Polwhele, vicar of Newlyn: the historian of Cornwall and Devon ; the translator of Theocritus, Bion, and Maoscus; the author Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be Lieut.-Colonel-Major G. Hulsb, 26th Bengal Native Infantry. To be Majors-Capt. R. Codrington, 49th Bengal Native In fantry; Capt, T. Polwhele, 42nd Bengal Native lofantry; Capt. F. Abbott, Bengal Engineers; Capt. T. E. A. Napleton, 60th Bengal Native Infantry; Capt. Subscribers-only content


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