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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BOSCAWEN, William (1657-80), of Tregothnan, Cornw.

    (1657-80), of Tregothnan, Cornw. Constituency Dates Truro Mar. 1679 Truro Oct. 1679 21 Nov. 1680 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Cornw. 1679-d. Biography Returned on his father’s interest for Truro at both elections of 1679, Boscawen was classed as ‘honest’

    BOSCAWEN, Hon. Edward (1787-1841), of Tregothnan, Cornw.

    Edward (1787-1841), of Tregothnan, Cornw. Constituency Dates Truro 1807 11 Feb 1808 Ofifces Held Ensign 2 Ft. Gds. 1805-8. Biography Boscawen was returned for Truro on his father’s nomination the day before his 20th birthday: nine months later he succeeded

    TREWYNNARD, James (c.1505-72 or later), of Budock, Cornw.

    he had probably resigned the post on his marriage to Philippa Boscawen as he went to live with her at Tregothnan higher up the Fal estuary. Soon after this marriage he became involved in a bitter dispute with his stepson

    BOSCAWEN, Edward (1628-85), of Worthevale, Minster, Cornw. and Kensington, Mdx.

    borough of Tregony. At the general election of 1660 he was involved in double returns for Truro, three miles from Tregothnan, and Tregony, and seated for both boroughs on the merits of the returns, eventually choosing the former. Classed by

    BOSCAWEN, Hon. Edward (1711-61), of Hatchlands Park, Surr.

    a proposed opposition to him had been abandoned because ‘the majority of the electors ... [were] so attached to the Tregothnan family by the behaviour of Capt. Boscawen, and his taking some of their sons to sea with him’. In

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, May 1673, 16-31, 01 May 1673-31 May 1673

    Ibid , p. 356. Treasurer Clifford's subscription of a docquet, dated 1673, May, of a grant to Hugh Boscawen, of Tregothnan, co. Cornwall, of the King's right of presenting a fourth patron to the Rectory of St. Mabyn, said Buscawen

    Entry Book, October 1689, 1-15, 01 October 1689-31 October 1689

    Foot. Out Letters ( General ) XII, p. 106. Same to the Rt. Hon. Hugh Boscowen at his house at Tregothnan, co. Cornwall, enclosing a copy of a Treasury order to the Receiver of Taxes in Cornwall to pay you

    General Index, T, U, V, 01 April 1635-31 December 1635

    c. to petitions to references of petitions to notes by Secs. Coke and Windebank of business transacted by Lords Commissioners Tregothnan , Cornwall, document dated from Trelisso , Johannes Trellick , co. Monmouth, hundred Trenchard , John Sir Thomas, sheriff Subscribers-only content

    General Index, T, U, V, 01 January 1635-19 June 1636

    accounts of commission and other papers to letters to petitions to Tredington , co. Gloucester Tredunnock , co. Monmouth Treenails Tregothnan , Cornwall, document dated from Treit , Dr. Trenchard , Sir Thomas, Sheriff of Dorset, letter and another paper Subscribers-only content

    America and West Indies, June 1697, 1-15, 01 June 1697-30 June 1697

    privateers, and to entitle all freeholders. [ Board of Trade . Leeward Islands, 64. p . 524. ] June 14. Tregothnan. 1,082 . Mr. Boscawen to William Popple. Yours of 10th having informed me of my obligations to the Council

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Builer, Credlion, D.evee. CLASS 42,-Bull, above two and net exceedIng three years old -. e I ltpize, £AM, Viscount Falmouth, Tregothnan, Probus, Corn: tll wal1t: 2nd prize, £18, Mr. Waiter Farthing. so I CLrAss 43 -Yes,11i3g Bull, above one and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    romances,-Sf. Jaemrs's ILLNESS oF LORD FArLroUTse.-Thre Penzance IWeet Befons states that Lord Falmouth is lying seriously ill at his seat, Tregothnan. PRIZErFICHe,-A price-fight, between Thomas Walsh and William Robertson, for £225. a-side, took place in the Nottingham district yesterday morning. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    m*ade June 7 and July 23, 1889, of the late Right Hon. Evelyn Viscount Falmouth of Tregothnan, Corn- ivall, Mereworth Castle, Kent, and Falmouth House. St. James's Square, London, who died November 6 last, aged seventy years, has been granted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    celebrated herd of pure Devon cattle, which is probably the finest in the world, is to ba sold off at Tregothnan, near Truro, on Thurs- day next. There are about one hundred head, and the famous bull "Lord Wolseley " Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    deer park. The PriceF ndpm-incess of Wales were the guests ofithe late Viscount and Viscountess Falniouth for several days at Tregothnan in May, 1880, wheu they visited Corawall for the laying uf the foundation-stone at Truro Catbedral. Lord and Lady Subscribers-only content


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