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    Index of names and places, T

    ii. 623, 635. Treludick , co. Cornwall, ii. 659. Tremain , Degory, of Poundstock, ii. 623, 635. Tremnehue . See Treveneague. Trench , Edmund, of All Hallows, Staining, i. 796, 872, 1191. Trenchard (Trencharge): Mr., i. 691, 785, 1227. George, British History Online

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    967, 1084. William, i. 1239; ii. 37, 302, 1072. Godman . See Goodman. Godolphin (Goodalphin): Francis, i. 90, 147. of Treveneague, i. 111, 228, 461, 545, 962, 1079, 1235; ii. 31, 294. Dr. John, judge of the Court of Admiralty, British History Online

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    Mr. Thomas Berry man, a dairyman, at Trerissowe, in St Erth. The prisoner was a farm-servant with Mr. Osborne, at Treveneague, in tbe sime parisb. The offence charged was alleged to have been committed as the prosecutrix was returning from Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the premises and for all further information, application to be made to the tenant in possession, to Mr. Robert Osborne Treveneague, St. Hilary ; or to Messrs. HODGE, HOCKIN, & MARRACK. Solicitors, Truro. , i Dated Truro, April 29, 1863. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of Walter de Gaveregan, and* to have died 11th July, 1589. He appears to have lived on the estate of Treveneague, in this parish ; and the arms of the Godol- phin family were inlaid at tbe bead of the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    JUST FgmiilSHSD. cm*. Pistes, St. 6d. ; post-free (of the Author), 45., MB. PAUL'S NEW WORK ON THE LOWER BOWEL. Ought Piles, Prolaj-se, Fissure, fibula to be Cut or Tied ?- Unquestionably not. Can Pi' BB * Prolapse, Fissure, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    instructions to submit for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, on Mon- bat, 25th September next, by -eleven o'clock in tbe fsrenooD,at Treveneague, in the parish of St. Hilary, aow occupied by Mr. W. JAMES, the proprietor, the whole of bis well-selected Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Natural History aj_d Antiqua- rian Society. - An excellent quern has been found in the trench of the Fogou at Treveneague. This has been added to the pottery of various kinds, the spear-head, and other iron instruments, the fiint arrowhead Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    our produce. The Penzanco Natural History and Antiquarian society have published an account of the exploration of subterranean chambers at Treveneague, St. Hilary, and thus do the next best thing to tho actual preservation of antiquities themselves- -thanks to Mr. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    WiMttl To Those Wanting Servants, & Servants Wanting Situations. The "Oornwaxl Gazette" ie the Oldest and most Extensively Circulated Journal in Cornwall. Its well known connection with all the County Families, Olergv, Solicitors, Auctioneers, Merchants, Trades men, Farmers, and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    papers, we left bt. Hilary. Pursuing an easterly course the party next made for a field on a farm called Treveneague, where a f agon, or made cave, had been opened for inspection by the kindness oi the presi- dent Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Gaol ; that he had very recently gone on a Satur- day to the farm of Mr. Robert Osborne, of Treveneague, in this parish, threatened to fire the corn-stacks, de- nounced her Majesty as an usurper, and vowed to take Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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