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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EDWARD ARCHER, of Tr^B»^in the County of Cornwall, Esquir*.haringh«en proposed to fill the Vaeancv in the Trustee* of the Launceston Turnpike Roads, oeeasionedhv the death of Wir.i.iAM Baron, Esquire So- Ueeis Hereby Given, that an ELECTION will take pace Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ANNCIAL MEETING* L/ 'tllrTHfc CORNWALL AVXI LI ARX BIBLE ; , SOCIETY. T H^ ANNUA^^TIno of lhe ,^ Society, will be behl or FRIDAY tbe Jlst instant, when tbe R*v. A* Braudrim JT . fete of Oxford Deputaunn from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    goal ano gistrirt |Uto_ Mr E. S. Boyns, solicitor, of Ponzauce, has been appointed a commissioner to administer oaths in any matter in the High Court of Admiralty. Mr Henry Murray, High Bailiff of the Bodmin County Court, has Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GENERAL ELECTION. Yorkshire Election. - Our readers will find in the last page of this paper, some particulars relative to this contest, together with a srute of the poll for the four first days : The following is a Subscribers-only content

    Diary or Woodfall's Register, MONDAY JUNE 20 1791

    For tAh D I A R Y. ..C O ~R P O R,,4? T I O N S. O tNSIDERING the importance of thefe in \_ this very opulent country, - it is aftonifhiug and Ihameful, Sir, that we Subscribers-only content

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