(b) Tbomar a#39;Ia#39;regm, son of Tregose, of an ancient family in this county, _was born at St. Ives, bred a sojourner in ... and took the degree of A. B. in 1655, when he became a Presbyterian pieacher for two years at St. Ives, the place of his fiila#39;th. ... that a it was Hill C of the late - rations haw taken place, besides-common necessary repairs, which have been considerable, ... The firsr minister that t-ifi- riated in it was Tbsn bilusa#39; Pol-whet], A. M. whoa#39;vras hair in Cornwall, and became Pillow ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Language, Literature, and Literary Characters of Cornwall: with Illustrations from Devonshire|