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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £2. 12s. 6d. per ton;* produce, 61/; standard, £8 7. Staesn dard stationary. Mellanear sold 625 tons,* value £1,344.;- Soatth Tolcarne, 103 tons, £492. ; Now Trumpet Consols, .28 tons, £149.; lWest Poldice, 24 tons, :£66. BIRMINGUAM COsEtRVATIVE ASSOCLATION.-Mr. J, Subscribers-only content

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    of Captain JOl5EiM JEWELL, matnaging agent for Meassr. John Taylor land Sons, ot Sooth Toigno, West Tpigns. East Tolgus. end Tolcarne mnaes; and of Captain WILLI&rA.M Rosita, managing agent of W"est liassett. Whee Agar, and South Dolceath maines, says :-`~Taking Subscribers-only content

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    places: -Benldnor, Isle of W~ight; Broadstaits, conmencing near Chandos Green; Langer Common, Felixstowe, Snffolk; Filey; Fishguard 'Bay, Pembroke;* Newlyn and Tolcarne, Cornwall;* East Loch, Tarhert, Island of H~arris;* Fraser- burgrh, Aberdeen;* Kirk Point, Lochahine, Argyll;* Sand- haven, Aberdeen. SAGACITY OF Subscribers-only content

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    mine." The report ofCnen J08etPilc JAWoctr managing agent for Nmesr. JhTalrand Sone, at Mouth Tolgiii, West Townue, East Tolgue, and Tolcarne mines; and of Captain WILLIAM RtOBERtTS, Iniaesin~g agent of West Bassett, Wheel Agar, and Sonth Dolnailth mines, ss-"Taking the Subscribers-only content

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    ea'l1 8 dividends, have beexi buying largely in such us Cotik' 5K Ritehenl, (talvadnack, Trelowethl, Wheal Unity, Wisel 7 Grenville, Tolcarne, East Russell, Stray Park, Nodti 0 Roskear, West Trevelyan, Cystanog, Great Treveddr. Reditnoor, North Robert, Gonamena, Pendeen, When 0 Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, April 1602, 16-30, 16 April 1602-30 April 1602

    sundry commodities not viewed. From the Refusall : in Portingall and Spanish money, 1931 oz.; seed pearl found by Captain Tolcarne, 253 oz. From the Watt : seed pearl taken from Captain Bell by the customer, 364 oz. p. (

    Volume G 247, March 1648, 01 March 1648-31 March 1648

    Sir Rich. Stone. Sir John Penruddock, dead. Esau Ladkin. Wm. Smithsby. Earl of Newcastle. Sir Rich. Halford. Lord Capel. John Tolcarne. Sir Thos. Bendish, Bart. Sir Wm. Wisernan. Ongar, Hachford, Waltham Hundred. Sir John Ramsden. Sir George Benyon. John Aylett. Subscribers-only content

    Cases before the Committee, June 1646, 01 June 1646-30 June 1646

    held lands value 200 l . a year settled on her by a former husband, Sir Thomas Browne. See G 201, p . 700. The variants on this name are Tallakarne, Toalkins, Tolcarne, Tolkin, Tolkins, Tollakerne, Tollakine, Toulkin, and Toulkins! Subscribers-only content

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