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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and irmple- ments of Great Britain to those found in Southern Europe is well known. The gold cup found at Rillaton in Cornwall, bears a strong resemblance to one of the two golden goblets found in the Fourth Sepulchre at Subscribers-only content

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    Cadson Bury ■> : Ewes with Lamb to ditto, ditto ; 2nd ditto to Devonport; 3d ditto to Mr. Foott, Rillaton. Ewe Hoes to Mr. Will* ; 2nd ditto to Mr. G* i ' " - SailS !'"» t0 Mr- Subscribers-only content

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    - Si, H. Trelawney 110 Couch, Henry Irebanha, Treyaniel, Tolcame, Lan- * „ £ rww wif _, dre yne, Tremollett, Rillaton, &c. &c. F. H. Rodd, esq. 110 Coatb. William- Treganba A. __,■ w__ 1? » »t^"» aii-SwA - - Subscribers-only content

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    do., Mr. Francis, do. Best lot of swede do., Mr. J. B. Parsons, South- petherwiu; 2nd do., Mr. D. Brent, Rillaton. Best lot of yellow do., A. Coryton, Esq., Holwood, Quethiock ; 2nd do., Mr. J. Mill, Stokeclimslsnd. Best lot Subscribers-only content

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    Pert Phillip j Australia, Ann, the beloved wife of Mr. W. W. Allen, late of Penzance, aged 28 years. At Rillaton, in the parish of Linkinhorne, on the 20th. inst., Mr. John Trehane, yeoman, late of Milcoinbe in that parish. Subscribers-only content

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    COTT. Situate in the Parish sf Linhinhorne, and now in the oc- cupation of Mr. Phillips us Tenant thereof. LOWER RILLATON is a parcel of the ancient Duchy of Cornwall, and part of WESTCOTT is also held under the Duchy, Subscribers-only content

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    COTT, Situate in the Parish »/ Linkinhome, and now in the oc- cupation qf Mr. Phillips as Tenant thereof. LOWER RILLATON is a parcel of the ancient Duchy of Cornwall, and part, of WESTCOTT is also held under the Duchy, Subscribers-only content

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    For the best lot of twelve Swede turnips, lUs.. Mr. J. W. Diugle, Darley, Linkinhorae; 2ud, 55., Mr. D. Brent, Rillaton, Linkinhorue. For the best lot of 12 yellow turnips, j 10s., Mr. Luke Dyraoud, Stokeclimsland ; 2nd, os., Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    tl. , Cadson, best ram 5/. Mr. Foot, Riltatnn. Foa tub District -For the host bull, V. Mr. F' 1 Rillaton, second best, 31. Mr. Ivey, Tmnamte, thin) _** Mr. Nattle, Cadson- best cow in milch ur with i-alf Jj Subscribers-only content

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    Rillaton ; third ditto 1/, Mr. John Trehane, Millcombe. For the best lot of Ewe Hogs, not less than ten 31, Mr. J. Trehane. Mill- combe ; second ditto 21, Mr. Elliott ; third ditto 1 1, Mr. Foott, Subscribers-only content

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    the Parish of Linhinhorne, and mow in the oc- .. . i cupation of Mr. Phillips as Tenant thereof. LOWER RILLATON is a parcel of the ancient Duchy of Cornwall, and part of WESTCOTT is -also held uuder the Duchy, Subscribers-only content

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    aged 72. On the l2ih inst., at Newton, St. Mellion, Mrs. Jane Harris, aged 48 years. Suddenly, last week, at Rillaton, in the parish of Lin- kinhorne, Mr. W. Brent, aged 34. He was a fine, healthy lo iking yeoman Subscribers-only content

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    3rd do., Mrs. Bowhay, Calatock. Best lot of fat ewes (of any age), Mr. Northey ; 2nd do., Mr. Brent, Rillaton ; 3rd do., Mr. Cold ing, Callington. Best fat ox, Mr. Lobb, Lawhitton ; 2nd and 3rd do- no Subscribers-only content

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    tbey wer* drinking milk punch. After th* distress bsd been bvied st the barn at Westcot, the bailiffs proceeded to Rillaton to levy the distress there. Tbey were followed by this body of men, and very violent language wm used Subscribers-only content

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    incurred in the arrangement of this question, as it is understood that the Manors of Tintagel, Helston in Trigg, Stokeclimsland, Rillaton, and Liskeard, have done. Proposed by Jedediah Stephens Tucker, Esq., se- conded by William Williams, Esq., and Resolved,- That Subscribers-only content

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    con- diiions for Letting may be seen. If desired, about 50 acres more may he added. %* John Turner, of Rillaton, will shew the Premises. This wiil appear but once only. Dated, lst October, 1850. WHI.AL O.: K. TIN A»J_»COP?SR Subscribers-only content

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    CORNISH RELICS. (RILLATON). To the Editor of the Rotal Cornwall Gazette. Sir, - On the waste of the Duchy manor of Rillaton, in Cornwall, a remarkable cup of gold was disinterred from a barrow or tumulus of earth, in the Subscribers-only content

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    25, Mr James Roberts, aged 84. RICHARDS- At Falmouth, AnguatlS, Margaret, relict of Mr John Richards, aged 79. RENNELs- At Rillaton, Linkinhorne, August 13, George Rennels, aged 57. BQUIRE- At Brockfield, York-road, Exeter, August 14, Frederick Leighton, infant aon of Subscribers-only content

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    Hern, chair- man aud treasurer of the Committee, who was suppottid by Messrs. B. W. Smithan, secretary; F.J. Denison, E. Rillaton, Murray Bogers, W. S. Lacey, S. Gale, S. Rowe, and Ef. Simons. Amongst the audience were Mrs. Murray Sogers, Subscribers-only content

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    BENNET- At Tideford, June 15, Bessie Kate daugh- ter of the late Thomas Bennett, of Liskeard aged 18. BENNETT- At Rillaton, Linkinhorne, June- 24, John Bennett, aged 60. BOTTRELL- At Tregenna, St. Ives, June 10, Mr. Richard Bottrell, aged 49. Subscribers-only content

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