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1704 | September 14th To drawing the leases of Angarrack, rent paid, building expenses


To drawing the leases of Angarrack Paid by Lydall £2. 1 0.0' and that the rent paid was £ 25 p. a. and that the expenditure connected with the building etc. at Angarrack in the first year was £ 406 0. 1 . This was the extent of the references by Capt. Henderson to the Angarrack House and it is unfortunate that the particular volume from which he quoted is not among those now at the County Record Office. DWHH 1780. County Record Office. Truro (CRO) DDE (Welman) 1862 CRO.7

 

REFERENCES (ll (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (1 1) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (I7) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) In 1912 at the Annual Meeting of the Royal Institution of Cornwall the late Capt. J.S. Henderson read a paper to members on the smelting of tin at Newham, Truro. This was reported in JRIC Vol. XIX Part 2—'l 91 3. Capt. Henderson compiled his notes from account books then at the office of Messrs. Bolitho 8i Co. Chyandour. Penzance. many ofwhich are now at the County Record

 

J.S. Henderson read a paper to members on the smelting of tin at Newham. Truro. This was reported in JRlC Vol. XIX Part 2 — 1913. Capt. Henderson compiled his notes from account books then at the office of Messrs. Bolitho & Co Chyandour. Penzance, many of which are now at the County Record office. Truro. Capt. Henderson quoted from one Newham account book entry — 'September 1 4th 1 704. To drawing the leases of Angarrack Paid by Lydall £2. 1 0.0' and that the rent

 

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