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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, A, 01 January 1581-31 December 1582

    of, rejoice over Prince of Orange's wound, 646 Governor of, 707 (2). Arundel [ qy . John ] , of Tolverne, 'le Sieur Arondel,' Vice-Admiral of Cornwall, 465. -, of Langhorne, Thomas [afterwards Lord A. of Wardour ] , 'young

    Elizabeth, December 1581, 26-31, 01 December 1581-31 December 1581

    . ] 1581. 465. Document in French requesting 'M. de Walsingham' to send orders to 'le sieur Arondel' [A. of Tolverne ] , vice-admiral, to cause restitution to be made without delay to the bearers of all that is missing

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the Gounty of Cornwall, but late ofCheltenham, in the dc county of Gloucester, 'widow of Joseph Moss, late of Tolverne, in the parish of Phileigh, in the county of Cornwall, and which Mary moos wae a daughter of John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the county of Cornwall, but late of~lhalteuhom, In the. ioth county of Gloacester, widow of -Joseph Moss, late of Tolverne, in the ther pariah of Philleigh, in the county of Cornwall, and which Mary Mowe the wasl a daughter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a short time, oesidermbeo damaep was done. A poor womar was struck dead on the road leading from Cleniothk to Tolverne. The south-west pinnac2le of. the tower of Kenwyn Church, on which Ia moat Inefficient conductor had been lacted, was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    News states that a poor woman was struck dead by the electric fluid on the road leading from Calenick to Tolverne. Part of the tower of Kenwvn Church was struck by the lightning, and great damage was done. Snow had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of St. Michael Penkevil, In three Lots, the SHRED of all that COPPICE WOOD, called the 'CKAP&B WOOD, Siiuate on Tolverne, in the Pavish ojfPhffleigh ; Containing about 27 acres, customary raea- - sure, of 31 years* growth. A LSI). Subscribers-only content

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