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  • * British History Online * *

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    Errata

    altered to Privy Chamber. " 286, " 14 from bottom, for Charterhouse read Christ's Hospital. " 303, " 8, for Teignmouth read Tynemouth. " 337, " 12, for enclosed read ordered. " 337, " 18, for Bristol read Brussels. "

    General Index, T, U, V, 01 January 1694-30 June 1695

    , James John Thomas Taylor (Tayler), Anthony Lieut.-Col. David Edward John Capt, John Mary R. Richard Sir Thomas William Taymouth Teignmouth (?) Telfer , Peter Temperance , Ann Tempest , Major Robert Temple , the. See under London. Temple , Subscribers-only content

    Index, T, 01 January 1602-31 March 1603

    Earl of Cumberland, 271, 648. Mr., 114, 120. Robert, chief constable at Thurleby, pacifies a disturbance, 179. Teene , 431. Teignmouth (Tyngmouth), 449. Temple , W., letter from, 195. Ten , Council of, certain proceedings of, 310. Tenekille in Ireland

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 26 June 1830: Recognition of the accession of William IV, 26 June 1830-26 June 1830

    . Lowther . Francis Leveson Gower . Geo. F. Beresford . C. J. London . Vassall Holland . Ellenborough . Teignmouth . Manners . Maryborough . Farnborough . Tenterden . Wallace . W. Grant . Charles Arbuthnot . Reginald Pole

    Charles I - volume 115, Undated

    10. The same to the same. With the same assistance, to sell the tenths of a Dutch prize, brought into Teignmouth. [ Copy; ibid . ] Jan. 29. The same to the same. With the same assistance, to sell the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fod yn gyfrifol I n fod pob achos yn wir deilwng ? Cyoygiodd nn Mr. a B. Lisle Burnett, o Teignmouth, ddeg o wobran, o ddeg . ), swIlt yr un, ir plentyn ymhob Un O ddeg ysgol a ddysgai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Germani. Daeth drosodd i Lundain yn 1829 i lafurio ymysg yr luddewon, a bu yn ddilynol yn gweinidog- aetbu yn Teignmouth. Symudodd cyn hir i Bristol, ac yn foan cyohwynodd sefydliad er taenu gwybodaeth ysgrythyrol, gyda'r amean o hyrwyddo lIafur Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bala, Corwen, & Llanaolleal and to Bath, Bristol, Weston-Super-Mare, Taunton, MIinehead (for Lynton and Lynf mouth), Barnstaple, Ilfracombe, Exeter, Dawlish, Teignmouth, Torquay, Plyrniutb) Fowey; Newquay, St. Ives, Penzance, &c., for7 or 14 -Days from Corwen and Llangollen. Monday, August Bank Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Llangollen. EVERY FRIDAY, to BATH, B-RISTOL, Weston-Super-Mare, Taunton, Minehead (for Lyn- ton and Lynmouth), Baristaple, ILFRACOMBE, Tiverton, EXETER, Dawlish, Teignmouth, Tor- quay, Dartmouth, PLYMOUTH, Launceston, Rod- min, Newquay, Falmouth, St. Ives, PENZA1CE, &c., for 7 o'r 14 days from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Teignaolitoh Devon, victualler, Marrh 21,21 April 8, at twelve, at the White Hart lin, near lxetei, At torney, Mr. Peacorke, Teignmouth. J. Warringrton, Newcastle, Staffirdshire, butcher, Marc' 1, 16, April 8,. at eleven, at the Trenthanm Inn, Trenth",], Attorney, Mr. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GUNNE, John.

    Exeter assizes in 1399, were all one and the same.[footnote] There is less likelihood that he was the John Gunne who in 1429, on the occasion of his betrothal to Thomasina Druwe, acquired lands in Teignmouth, Coombe and Higher Holcombe.[footnote]

    COSYN, William, of Totnes, Devon.

    King's licence. In 1429 he and his mother, who had married one Maurice Garlond, together acquired land in and near Teignmouth, and ten years later the prior of Totnes, who had earlier granted to the Garlonds, for their lives, six

    HAMLIN, Henry (by 1484-1549/50), of Exeter, Devon.

    and a gown, although he did better from his mother, who left him a number of properties around Powderham and Teignmouth which were later the subject of a chancery case. It was shortly after his father’s death that Hamlin was

    MABERLY, William Leader (1798-1885), of Shirley House, Surr.

    MABERLY, William Leader (1798-1885), of Shirley House, Surr. Constituency Dates Westbury 1 May 1819 31820 Northampton 1820 31830 Shaftesbury 19 Apr. 1831 31832 Chatham 1832 June 1834 Ofifces Held Lt. 7 Drag. 1815, 9 Drag. 1817; capt. 100 Ft.

    LANGMEAD, Philip (?1739-1816), of Hoe House, Plymouth, Devon.

    house at East Teignmouth and Hoe House, his principal residence, which was bought from the Rogers family. He seems to have expanded the brewery after Clark’s death and was head of the South Devon Bank, established at Teignmouth in 1808,

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 20th August 1846

    the various places on the beautiful coast of Devonshire , which we passed 3 years ago, amongst which Seaton & Teignmouth , off which we stopped for 10 minutes. Then we went into the small Bay of Babbacombe , where

    Wednesday 14th September 1836

    a figure for such a fall. Since Southampton , they have been giving concerts at numbers of places, including Plymouth, Teignmouth , Torkay, Exeter, Cheltenham , Lyme Regis, Weymouth, Leicester ,&c.,&c.,&c., and it is said, have made together £2,000. I

    Wednesday 14th September 1836

    a figure for such a fall. Since Southampton , they have been giving concerts at numbers of places, including Plymouth, Teignmouth , Torkay, Exeter, Cheltenham , Lyme Regis, Weymouth, Leicester &c. &c. &c., & it is, said, have made together

    Wednesday 7th August 1833

    the box. Lady Charlotte and Lady Conroy went in another carriage. Jane and Victoire went by sea. We passed through Teignmouth , and changed horses at Dawlish . The road was quite beautiful. We then changed horses at Exeter, which

    Wednesday 7th August 1833

    the box. Lady Charlotte & Lady Conroy went in another carriage. Jane & Victoire went by sea. We passed through Teignmouth , & changed horses at Dawlish . The road was quite beautiful. We then changed horses at Exeter, which

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    10 June 1806, 10 June 1806

    was accordingly read by the Clerk, as fol- ing, read1: lows: " Ordered, That the Right Honourable the Lord " Teignmouth do attend this Houfe upon the i8th Day " of this Inftant June, at the Time when the faid Subscribers-only content

    11 June 1813, 11 June 1813

    certain Trafts or Parcels of Moor, Common, " or Wafte Grounds within, and Parcel of the Manor " of Eafi Teignmouth, in the County of Devon;" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. A Meflage was brought from Subscribers-only content

    21 June 1813, 21 June 1813

    Tracts, or Par- " eels of Moor, Common or Wafte Grounds, within " and Parcel of the Manor of Eafl Teignmouth, in the " County ofDevon" was committed. The Lord Walfingham reported from the Lords Com¬ mittees, to whom the Subscribers-only content

    22 June 1813, 22 June 1813

    Meldreth Enclofure, &c.Bill: jbacco ¦eland) BI Moor, Common or Wafte Grounds, within and Parcel of the Manor olEafl Teignmouth, in the County of Devon." The Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill mall « pafs ?" It was refolved in Subscribers-only content

    2 July 1813, 2 July 1813

    or " " Parcels of Moor, Common or Wafte Grounds, within ' " and Parcel of the Manor of Eafi Teignmouth, in the ' " County of Devon." " An Aft for enclofing Lands ' "in the Parifh of Meldreth, Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    as at same place in all G. L. Calendars to 1785, but in List published by R. Trewman, Exeter, 1777, it is stated to meet at the " Globe Inn, Teignmouth." Meeting Places Exeter Inn, Fore Street, Teignmouth, Devonshire 1769

    Benevolent Lodge

    Newfoundland Fushery, Strand, Teignmouth, Devonshire 1794 Private Rooms, Teignmouth, Devonshire 1802 Public Rooms, The Den, Teignmouth, Devonshire 1820 New Quay Inn, New Quay, Teignmouth, Devonshire 1828 Half Moon Inn, Holland Road, Teignmouth, Devonshire 1828 Private Room, Teignmouth, Devonshire 1831 Exeter

    St. Michael's Lodge

    (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall , Holland's Road , Teignmouth, Devonshire , England 1967 Masonic Hall , Barton Terrace , Dawlish , Devonshire , England 1989

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    J. J. O. Evans, (member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain), dispensing and family chemist, (by examination) 1, Orchard Gardens (and Fore Street), Teignmouth

    (High-class) [Pharmacists, Patent medicines, Toilet preparations, Surgical instruments and apparatus, Advertisements, patent medicine, dispensing and family chemist] ^5^ P9 'SZ pun SI. 'sondes ui -XVOUHX 3-iavxmui UB P"B 'saioo *SHonoo **od [vn(4.toj\r vioiijiai) AdHKyH saui:)V.)Di.'iii d.sv j..\vsvyTd v ? Subscribers-only content

    Coal! Coal! Coal!

    COALS, BEST NEWCASTLE WALLSEND COAL,lg/^ per TON.? BEST SILKSTONE COAL .... -^. Do. 17/6 BEST SCOTCH COAL Do. 15..? GEO. P. WARD, WHOLESALE* RETAIL COAL IMPORTER, Orchard Gardens. Teignmouth, N.B. — 6d. per Ton Discount allowed for Cash with Order. Subscribers-only content

    Coal! Coal! Coal!

    , WA .19/- Do. .ie/-» Do. i:d, WHOLESALE & RETAIL COAL IMPORTER, Orchard — 6d. per Ton Discount allowed Gardens, Teignmouth. for Cash vvith Order. m\ 1 j 3r 'M •jspjO mjA\ qsH3 JOJ p3M0[|B ;unoosTQ uox -isd -pq — Subscribers-only content

    [on verso] A Blessing in Every Household.

    ([on verso] Holloway's Pills and Ointment) [Patent medicines, Advertisements, patent medicine, medicine manufacturer; chemist] A BLESSING IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD. ;j^) HOLLOWAY'S? LIS AND OINTMEN^ These remedies have stood the test of upwards of? FIFTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE,? and are pronounced Subscribers-only content

    Babbicome

    [Seaside resorts, Views] •^^ir.vpfe •^^ir.vpfe Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Willesden Roman catholicism

    13 Station Rd. Harlesden . Private chapel. 89 The Divine Word Missionaries moved 1975 from Totteridge common to no. 8 Teignmouth Rd., Cricklewood . Hostel for students training as overseas missionaries. 90 Polish Jesuits opened the House of Our Lady

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    The white barque (Teignmouth, Devon), 1907

    white barque (Teignmouth, Devon) [boat/ship] View of a river with several barques mooring in the left middle distance, a figure in a rowing boat in the central foreground, a bridge in the right background, further boats and barges on the

    A Select Collection of Views in the County of Devon; including some Antiquities; Mouth of the Teign, 1800

    A Select Collection of Views in the County of Devon; including some Antiquities; Mouth of the Teign View of a bay, with a man sitting on a rock in the shallows in the foreground, another figure on the strand

    near Tinmouth.; Studies of Cottages & Rural Scenery, 1816

    near Tinmouth.; Studies of Cottages & Rural Scenery [church] Plate 16. Ruined wall of a church, with pointed arches above columns, most of which are missing, and a vertical pointed oval window-opening above the entrance at center; tombstones of

    near Tinmouth.; Studies of Cottages & Rural Scenery, 1816

    near Tinmouth.; Studies of Cottages & Rural Scenery [church] Plate 16. Ruined wall of a church, with pointed arches above columns, most of which are missing, and a vertical pointed oval window-opening above the entrance at center; tombstones of

    Teignmouth, Devon., 1825

    Teignmouth, Devon. View of Teignmouth from a hill, with cattle and sheep in foreground at left; large building among trees on hillside in middle ground at right, other buildings in background near the beach; hills in the distance; within a

 

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