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Letters from Rebecca Starling to her mother Mary Ann and sisters Bessie, Mary and Sarah and brother Tom
Letters from Rebecca Starling to her mother Mary Ann and sisters Bessie, Mary and Sarah and brother Tom
Trainee teacher, Maud S. Roberts's commonplace and sketch book with autographs
Trainee teacher, Maud S. Roberts's commonplace and sketch book with autographs
Diary
Diary
Diary
Diary
Letter, Charles Cole, Meudon Vean, Falmouth, Cornwall, to R.J. Neville MP, London, regarding Cole and Dicker family history
Letter, Charles Cole, Meudon Vean, Falmouth, Cornwall, to R.J. Neville MP, London, regarding Cole and Dicker family history
Postcard of Victoria Road, Bude, Cornwall
Postcard of Victoria Road, Bude, Cornwall
Letters of W.H.M.H. Aitken
Letters of W.H.M.H. Aitken
Acts for vesting certain settled estates of Robert Cotton St John Baron Clinton and Saye
Acts for vesting certain settled estates of Robert Cotton St John Baron Clinton and Saye
[? Edmonton, Cornwall]. Book of receipts and payments on estate at Empson
[? Edmonton, Cornwall]. Book of receipts and payments on estate at Empson
Sir Sidney Smith, 'Diamond', Plymouth, 'on the point of sailing', to Messrs Delamaine & Christopher Cooke, Navy Pay Office: will send further details of the ships taken by the other ships of the squadron, for which they share the prize money.
Sir Sidney Smith, 'Diamond', Plymouth, 'on the point of sailing', to Messrs Delamaine & Christopher Cooke, Navy Pay Office: will send further details of the ships taken by the other ships of the squadron, for which they share the prize money.
Sir Sidney Smith, 'Diamond', Cawsand Bay, to Christopher Cooke, Navy Pay Office: sends muster books; Nagle of the Artois has the credit of the capture of the 'Révolutionaire' but the ship struck to the 'Artois' because the 'Diamond' was about to rake her, so they have the right to a share of the head money; asks him to pay Richard Spurin who was promised five shillings a day for the time he drew and modelled for the gun boats.
Sir Sidney Smith, 'Diamond', Cawsand Bay, to Christopher Cooke, Navy Pay Office: sends muster books; Nagle of the Artois has the credit of the capture of the 'Révolutionaire' but the ship struck to the 'Artois' because the 'Diamond' was about to rake her, so they have the right to a share of the head money; asks him to pay Richard Spurin who was promised five shillings a day for the time he drew and modelled for the gun boats.
Cornwall
Cornwall
Order to pass vagrants: Gibson, Mary (47), born ?Gwyniei, Cornwall, widow of William, a soldier of Ireland, vagrant
Order to pass vagrants: Gibson, Mary (47), born ?Gwyniei, Cornwall, widow of William, a soldier of Ireland, vagrant
Copy of report in Humfrey Hall vs Henry Hewer and others, re profit of an estate in Devon and Cornwall
Copy of report in Humfrey Hall vs Henry Hewer and others, re profit of an estate in Devon and Cornwall
Sir Joseph Tredenham, 'Tregonan' [? Tregonna, Cornwall].
Sir Joseph Tredenham, 'Tregonan' [? Tregonna, Cornwall].
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