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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Davies Mary John Ail Ddosbarth. Ail Ddosbarth. f Jane Jonesb Elizabeth A. Shinner Mary E. Robinson Miriam Ellis Hannah Ml. Rosewarne Jane K. E. Fairbair r E. A. Hughes Lucretia Hughes Catherine Ace Frances Harries Louisa Bond Margaret A. Williams Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the hank before. COsMsISSON OF LUNACY.-The proceedings under a nownmission of lunacy issued against Mrs Mary Hartley, Waf Roseleage and Rosewarne, Cornwall, and of 80 Park astreet,Grosvenorsquare,have been again and again resumed before Francirs Barlow, Es. In the course of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    English Translation, By W. Moy Thomas. In Three Volumes. (Crown svo, pp. ix, a9i;1 V, 327; iv, sse.) Sampson low.-' Rosewarne.' A Novel. By C. Sylvester. In Three Volumes. (P'ost dVo, pp, 314, 928, 813..) Chapman cud Hall. AZUAra.-5Transactions of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to follow to the end. Mr. Roscorla is a well-preserved middle-aged bachelor, who thinks that Wenna Rosewarne would make him a good wife. Wenna Rosewarne is a pretty young lady, so devoted to charitable works that she hastily consents to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    29ch ultimo, declared a dividend of £1. per share, leaving a balance of £1,058. 16s. to the next account. At Rosewarne and Herland United Mines meeting, on the 30th ult., the accounts showed a debit balance of £633. Os. lid. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The Mining Share market is aotive; there were laige orders in to buy Stray Park shares, which rose to X38.. Rosewarne United fell to 29; East Caradons, 23& to 24&; 3Ierodbfoot, 40 ex div. St. John Del Rey shares are Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    panic in. this: stosik 'han prejudie the. markelt generally, Uandinrpi e~sisaos ~ud Great South .Tolgus," North Roskear, Wheal Greuville,, Ea~t Rosewarne, East Caiin Brean, and ' te~mines,' prices hate given w~ay.. The following are the grain averagges ,for the past; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    North Crofty, Great South Tolgrus, and Enrsv Rosewarne, are bettor, while Wheal Harriett, East Caradon, and Great Fortune are lower. Wheal Har- riett are especially heavy, and have receded about 15s, East Rosewarne shares are now quoted 3e to 6 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    North Roskear are flat at 50; Wheal Ladcott are quoted 6f& to '; Wheal lEar- .riett,'3- to b; and ast Rosewarne, 3j to J.' Sou'th Carn Bjrea shares are officially marrked 41. ,The Railway Share :.market was inactive, ,but prices Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to l; West Chiverton, 53 to 54, ex div., Chiverton Moor, 64 to 7; North Crofty, 51 to .4; Ncw Rosewarne, 23 to 25 ); and Great Fortuue, 25 to 20. In the Railway Share market, Great Western and Midland Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    36; Hingston Down, 4 to 1; Lady Bertha, Ss. to 10s.; North Shepherd, 31, to 4; North Treskerb* 2"' to Rosewarne United, 23s, to 25s. ; South Condarrow, 34 to 3; Buller, 271 to 30; Chiverton, S to l; Crebor, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4 to r; Lady Bertha, lOs; to 12s. Gd.; North Shepherd, 3sf to 41 ; North Treskerly, 2' to ,; Rosewarne United, 24s. to 26s. ; South Condurrow, 33 to -,; Buler, 27!; to 30; Chiverton, S to 8i5; Grenville, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Great Vor, 35 to 36; Hingston Down, 4 to !; North Shepherd, 3, to 4 North Treskerby, 241 to !; Rosewarne United, 24s. to 26s. ; South Con~urrow, 33, to !; Basset, 77.! to 82, ; Crebor, 30s. to 32s. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bres,, West Tankerville, South Roman Gravels, Wheal. Granville, West Maria, East Leve!, aCook's Kitchen, Prince of Wales, Rosewvall Hill and Ransom United, South Camn Brea, Wheal 'Angus, New Rosewarne,; New W~est Rosewarne, East Bassebtt and a few' others. '' - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eait Vgu, 3145. Emma, 61, ,7 Grcut Paxey, 1 ll Great W'heal Vor, 61, 6; *ingeton Down, 7, 7*; Now Rosewarne, 3j, 4; Peanncrlcy, 2, 2*; Penstritbal, I i}goman Graves, 20D, 31; South Carn Brea, 3.,4* South Condurrow, 7, 7v, Subscribers-only content

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    5; Great Laxey, 16, 17; Great Wheai Vor, 5, 6; New Quebrada, 44, 4 New Dol- coath, 2X, jS- Few Rosewarne, 23, 3; Ol Treburgett, Preference, 13s. Kd., 17s. 6d.; P-ennerley, 2 22; Prince of Wales, 8s., 10s.; Roman Gravels, Subscribers-only content

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    17- Great Wheal Vor, 41, 5; Ladywell, 3J, 4; New 4uebrada,3, 3, 3; Now Lovell, 10s., 12s. 6d.; N ew Rosewarne) 1V,- 2; North Troleigh Wood , Z; Old Tre- burgettPref., Mis., 12s. Od.- Ponnerley, 29, 23; Providence Mines, 8, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    47T -'East L6veI,'15.1,, 161; East Vni, ;.1, El a, , g1; Qreat Laze;y, 151, 101; Lady- cll i, 3:,- New. Rosewarne 1 L-; Ola Treburgatt, ,10s., lts.; Fennerley, 2, 2.j; B Gnniravels, 20, 21; tth can Brca, 3, 3j; South Subscribers-only content

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    - Van, 3g: 4; Emma, 5, 51; Great Laxey, 15t, 169;` 'eat Whea lVor, 4t., 43; Ladywell, 3-1, 3.'l-; Newi Rosewarne, 1, II-; North Treleigh Wood, 1, 1J+; Old Treburgett, Pref:, 10s., 15s.; Pennerley, 2, 2i; Pen- struthal, 2, 1; Subscribers-only content

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    RaSt Van, I mma, 4Q, 5 - Great Laxcey, 150, 16&; Great -'heal Vor, 4j, t; LaAnyell, 34, .e; Now 'Rosewarne, 1, O'd Treburgett, Pref., lOs., BS. ; Ponnerley, 2, 2j; Censtrntllal, , 1;: Roman Gravels, 20, 21; South Con- Subscribers-only content

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