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" These three boroughs uniting their interest, presented a petition to James I. against the intentions of Killigrew to erect his new town so near the mouth of the harbour. In this petition they gravely set forth, " That the erecting of a town at Smithike... "
The History of Cornwall: From the Earlist Records and Traditions, to the ... - Page 249
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A Falmouth Guide

Richard Thomas - Falmouth (England) - 1815
...at Smithike, would tend to the ruin ajid impoverishing of the ancient coinage-towns and market-towns aforesaid, not far distant from thence ; and therefore...Mr. Killigrew might be inhibited for the future." The matter was referred to the Lords of the Council, and in the mean time the buildings •were stopped...
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An historical survey of the county of Cornwall, etc., compiled by the ...

William Penaluna - 1838
...established power ; and in order to prevent it from being carried into execution, the interest of Penryn and Helston was consolidated with that of Truro, to..." he well approved of Mr. Killigrew's project for huilding a town and custom house at Smithike, as being near the mouth of the Fal Harbour ; for the...
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The Parochial History of Cornwall: Founded on the Manuscript ..., Volume 2

Davies Gilbert - Cornwall (England : County) - 1838
...at Smith-ike would tend to the ruin and impoverishing of the ancient coinagetowns and market-towns aforesaid, not far distant from thence; and therefore...Mr. Killigrew might be inhibited for the future." Who, upon receipt and hearing of this petition in Council, ordered the Lords thereof, Egerton, Buckhurst,...
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An historical survey of the county of Cornwall and Scilly Islands, mines and ...

William Penaluna - 1848
...established power ; and in order to prevent it from being carried into execution, the interest of Penryn and Helston was consolidated with that of Truro, to...governor of Pendennis Castle. Sir Nicholas Hals, who p2 was then governor, on receiving the letter, immediately replied, that " he well approved of Mr....
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A Complete Parochial History of the County of Cornwall: Compiled ..., Volume 1

Joseph Polsue - Cornwall (England : County) - 1867
...of the ancient coinage-towns and market-towns aforesaid, not far distant from thence; and therefoie humbly prayed the King's Majesty that the buildings...Mr. Killigrew might be inhibited for the future." Who upon receipt and hearing of this petition in Council, ordered the Lords thereof, Egurton, Buckhurst,...
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