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  • * British History Online *

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    Index of persons and Places, T

    on Irish Establishment, 442. Treby , Sir George, Chief Justice of Common Pleas, allowance to, pay to executors of, 196. Tregear , James, Receiver General of Assessments and Duties on Houses and Marriages for Cornwall, 254, 297. -, Richard, Receiver

    Index of persons and Places, T

    Sir Joseph, memorial of, 92. Tregea , William, captain-lieutenant, halfpay for, 450. Tregeagle , Richard, ensign, half-pay for, for, 451. Tregear , James, Receiver General of land tax, co. Cornwall, 159. -, Richard, Receiver General of assessments, co. Cornwall, 325.

    Index Of Persons And Places, T, 01 January 1704-31 December 1705

    445, 473, 555. Trefusis , James, patentee of an engine enabling work to proceed under water, new grant to, 285. Tregear , James, late Receiver General of Taxes for Cornwall, petition, 519. -, Richard, late Receiver General of Taxes for

    Index, T

    Lloyd, T.; Mason, J.; Molyneux, N.; Pacey, S.; Parran, J.; Rich, N.; Roberts, P.; Rowley, W.; Seyliard, T.; Spendelove, T.; Tregear, R.; Whitley, M.; Williamson, R.; Wood. N. Duplicates of assessments, returned to the Queen's Remembrancer's Office, 338; abstracts of

    Entry Book, January 1690, 26-31, 01 January 1690-31 January 1690

    has been so received and disposed by Edward Treaven ; a messuage, mill and 40 acres in the parish of Tregear [Tregare ] , co. Monmouth, in the tenure of James Hopkins, and conveyed by persons unknown to persons unknown

  • * Victoria County History *

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    tourism , Tracey , C. D., trade unions , transhumance and seasonal pasture , Tredcroft , Nat., trees , exotic, Tregear , V. A. G., Trenchmore , fam., Trenchmore , see Cowfold Trist : G. A., Geo. (fl. 1865), Geo.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COURTNEY, Humphrey (1641-96), of Tremeer, Cornw.

    1660 substantial estates in Cornwall and Devon, worth £1,200 p.a., but financial difficulties forced him to sell the manor of Tregear in 1690, and the remainder of the estate was mortgaged for £10,000. These debts may have been occasioned, at

    NOSWORTHY (NORSWORTHY), Edward I (1610-86), of Truro Ince Castle, Cornw.

    the Cavalier Parliament he was appointed to 17 committees, including the committee of elections and privileges in three sessions. Besides Tregear, Nosworthy had a claim on the Killigrew estate of Landrake, valued at £1,200 p.a. In an unlucky moment he

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    road, commission agent-N. Roskell, Liverpool, merchant-T. Kemp and R. Davies, Aston- nigh-Birmingham, builders-1H. Rodd, Great Newport street, coan- missisn agent-A. Tregear and T. C. Lewis, Cheapside, pianoforte sellers-T. L. Gordon, Exeter, cabinet-maker-W. A. Brooks, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, quarryman INSOLVENT. (PETITIONER, J. Mosson, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    notice of the Honour- able Mr Tresillian and Lady Sarah Trelusa, his mother. The scene where she is taken to Tregear, and there. plunged, from the soiled and sordid penury of her every- day life into the warmth and luxury Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at once, unless Mr. Tregear will save her the trouble. Then, with Lady Mary's consent, she determines to see Mr. Trerear and talk to him on the subject. We may say at once that Mr. Tregear has no disqualification for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Compauy, Bishop Street, St aul's Bristol, travelling drapers. SAR.AH INrT, lloniton, Devon, grocer, wine and spirit merchant wvidow. JoINs CAInEm, Tregear, St. Ives, Cornwall, black- FIRST MEETINGS A'ND DATES OF PUTBLIC EX-MMINATIONS. JosIN 'P. MACHIN, Fenton, Staffordshire, berreeller. First meetimg, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Tottenhais, by Mr. Humphreys, respecting the death of Mr. Gahbril Tregear, a civil engineer. The following letter, signed by him and his wife, was found after his death. From it will be gathered his statement as to the cause Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 April 1833, 25 April 1833

    ^.1833. of Tregear ; Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a " a Man, and granting to him all the Rights of a British Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists wor- * Subject:" shipping at Tregear Chapel, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    392. Towcester, 369. Tower Hamlets, 388. Toynton, All Saints, 255. Tralston, 127. Traw- den, 388. Trebultett, 349. Tredegar, 348, 349. Tregear, 341. Tremadoe, 349. Trematon, 389. Trench, 387. Trimingham, 349. Trimley, 288. Tring, 377. Trittington, 348. Troft Hill, 284. Troon, Subscribers-only content

    13 February 1698, 13 February 1699

    the 2d Quarterly Poll. George' Howells. - Thomas Riggs Henry Whitebread Laurence Ambrofe Hugh Horton John Mafon Morgan Whitley Richard Tregear Andr. Huddlefton London, Sam. Bradfha\y Chrif. Bale John Darby Ralph Williamfou Nath. Rich Edward Mitchell Tho. Mathews Tho. Richards Subscribers-only content

    13 February 1698, 13 February 1699

    Wilts - - - North-Wales - Brecon and Radnor - Inner-Temple, London Pembroke, Haverford-Weft,"] Carmarthen, Cardigan, > Glamorgan -J Richard Tregear Tho. Braugham Sam. Bradfhaw Nic. El will, and John Burridge John Darby Ralph Williamfon Nath. Rich Richard Cocks Tho. Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1833, 3 May 1833

    pendents of Penzance; — of Protestant Dissenters of Den¬ mark-place Chapel, Camberwell;—of Inhabitants of Wade- bridge ;—of Wesleyans of Trebultett;—of Tregear ;¦—of Launceston;—of Atteman and Lewannick;—of Northill; —of Baptists of Redruth;—of Inhabitants of Pontesbury; ¦—of Snailbeach;—of Shrewsbury;—of Protestant Dis¬ senters Subscribers-only content

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