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    Index, T, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    198, 216, 217, 219. -, -, King sitting with, 2, 4 5. Tredwell , Mathew, brewer, 716, 724. Trefall alias Trewall , East Anthony co. Cornwall, 38. Tregamere manor (Cornwall), 265. Treganhissey (Treverlyn Courtney, Cornwall), 43. Tregullon (manor ? Cornwall), British History Online

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    byOKS aucyion in cermntgfrm Tot it TGoibsea14 woilyb and Eleganty Tard anly OxTA;-SI)A3 LAtoMPS.7 tlrsiasd Candbelhabra, Mirrors. Plaues.nBells, Goircitores, Pen Trewall. Lanetern esCard-tray, Tarirs. VaseHars. Leteolancetos,53 Waierowac Stret Fands.ip CadEstics, Paesr. Kives. ke., Foe.ly Thaeed Auctouneesthn,4 confdenc e mpie attrentio Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    remanded, charged with having stolen about 311ba of eel, value 15s. Od., the property of a fisherman named j James Trewall. 37lbs. of eel had been left in tanks, | attached to a boat, and during tho prosecutor's absence the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the LANDS aod TENEMENTS, CALLED DEEBLES and GEAKES, THREE LEWELLS, aud Part of TARROWS, la the Village and Fields of Trewall, in the said Parish of St. Germans. Comprising a good Farm House, convenient Out-bouses, a small. Orchard, and about Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the LANDS and TENEMENTS, CALLED DEEBLES and GEAKES, THREE LEWELLS, and Part of TARROWS, In the Village and Fields of Trewall, in the said Parish of St. Germans. Comprising a good Farm House, convenient Out-houses, a small Orchard, and about Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    going on favourably. St. Germans.- Ou Friday afternoon last, a fire broke out in the farm-house of Mr. Lord, of Trewall, in tbis parish, which, notwithstanding the speedy arrival of tbe St. Germans fire-engine,ended in the destruction of the entire Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    son. HARRIS- At Kenwyn-street, Truro, Dec. 7, the r ™e of W. H. Harris, printer, of a son. LORD- At Trewall, St. Germans, Dec. 12, the wife „« -Henry Lord, of a daughter. M -V_- At Graham's Town, South Africa, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Major Creagh, of Rosehill. Mylor. LORD-JENKINS- At Bt. Germans, December 1, by the Rev. A. Palmes, vicar, Henry Lord, of Trewall. to Elizabeth, daughter of the late Edward Jenkins, of St. Germans. TONKIN-EDWARD .- At Falmouth, November 27, Mr. George Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    a son. LEMIN- At Bedruth, December 12, the wife of Mr. James Lemin, jun., confectioner, of a son. LORD- At Trewall, Bt. Germans. December 20, the wife of H. Lord, of a daughter. NEWTON- At East Looe, December 16, the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Secretary for War relative to the arge Ordnance Survey Map. ROCHDALE ELECTION PETITION. General Thompson presented a petition from John Trewall, Parliamentary agent, complaining tbat Abraham Rotbwell, an essential witness in the Rochdale Election Petition case, bad been offered £50 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    BINSTEAD. Nov. 21 Conservative Meeting.- On Tuesday evening Sir Richard Webster addressed a meeting at the Audit Room, Fleming Arms. Colonel Hill took the chair, supported by Mr. J. W. Hathway, Colonel Tuttnall, Messrs. H. and C. Sweetman, &c. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SALISBURY GUARDIAN. SALISBURY. Salisbuby Shbkp Faib.- This fair was held in the Butts on Monday morning. Tbe weather was exceedingly hot, and the attendance of buyers was somewhat smaller than usual. The number of aheep penned, however, was larger Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    BISHOP'S WALTHAM, Dec. 22. serious Carriage Accident.- Mr. J. G. Dodscn, M.F., Mrs. Dodson, and Miss Dodson have lately been on a visit to Mr. Woods, of Warnford-park, near Bishop's Waltham. During* their visit, says the Sussex Advertiser of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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