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    Alvediston ] , Wilts, 691. North , John, brewer, of London, 348. North , , 461. North Hill , Cornw., Tremollett manor in, 704. Northalez. See Hales, North. Northampton , 708. -, castle or gaol, constable of, 80. -, -, Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    (vii). Tremayle , John, gent., of London, 11 (xiv). -, Thomas, secondary justice of King's Bench, 69. Tremley. See Trimley. Tremollett , Tremollegh [in North Hill ] , Cornw., 704. Tremwell [ unidentified ] , Cornw., manor, 478. Trenchard , Subscribers-only content British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the late Rev. Richard Lyne, of St. Ive, and to tbe late Charles Lyne Stephens, Esq., aged 80 years. At Tremollett, iv the parish of North-Lill, on the llth inst., Mr. Christopher Spear, Yeoman, formerly of Halton Barton, in the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    - - Si, H. Trelawney 110 Couch, Henry Irebanha, Treyaniel, Tolcame, Lan- * „ £ rww wif _, dre yne, Tremollett, Rillaton, &c. &c. F. H. Rodd, esq. 110 Coatb. William- Treganba A. __,■ w__ 1? » »t^"» aii-SwA - Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    or with calf, Mr. John Sobey, Tencreck ; 2nd best do., Alr.T. Palmer, Stokeclimsland; 3rd best do., Mr. John Jasper, Tremollett. Best Heifer, in milch or with calf, not exceeding 4 years old on the day of meeting, Mr. John Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    /. f h e I ,°4 Th ° maS , l) i vev * eldest daughter wthe la^ John Burnaford, Tremollett. D^ Kl^,^ c ?f Be * Doc^i D f (late Wa »er Bailiff for the Truro Oyster Fishery) at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Consols meeting on Friday, tbe accounts showed a balance in favour o, mine, 242. 165, 9d. . f - At Tremollett Down Mine meeting, on Monday, the accounts showed a balance in favour of adventurers of 1952. 155. 9d., after Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    aged 67. GUNDRY- At North Country, Redruth, Feb. 7, Jane, widow of the late Charles Gundry, aged 80. GYNN- At Tremollett, Nortuhiil, Feb. 16, Mary, daughter of Mr. W. Gynn, Tregelles, South Petherwin, aged 22. HALY - At Packington-street, Islington, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ftftys, flUwtages, anu mm%*. B> BIHTfIS. BRAY- At Chacewater, December 5, the wife of Mr 17. Bray. of a daughter. CURNER- At St. Helens, Lancashire, December 5, tha wife of Mr J. H.Curner, formerly of Truro, of a son. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    those promising to produce gold. Alfred Consols, 24| to 25. ; Tre wether, 4f to £; Poltimore, 1 to J; Tremollett, {to}; Sortridge Consols, 30s. to 35a. ; Great Crinnis, 30s. prem.; East Wheal Russell, 6 to £; Cwm Daren, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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