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The Present State of the Mining Industries of the United Kingdom. Journ. Statis. Soc. of Lond, xix, 201–218, 311–24. (1856). Reports of the proceedings of the Miners' Association during the first years of its existence, 1861–63. Rep. of Miners' Assoc. of C. and D., 1861, so Sep. Meeting, pp. 2–3; ib., 1862, pp. 1–2; ib., 1863, pp. 21–22. On the mineral productions of Cornwall and Devon. ib., 1869, pp. 5–11. Notes on the Remains of Early British Tin Works. Rep. of 16th Annual Meeting of Camb. Archæol. Assoc., [at Truro, 1862,] pp. 48–50; Gent. Mag., xiii, 696–702, so Tin Mining in Cornwall and its Traditions. Good Words, 1867, pp. 126–31. Reprinted in Cornish Teleg., 6, 13, 20 Feb., 1867. The Economic Geology of Devonshire and Cornwall in 1868. Bath and West of England Agric. Journ., xvi, 67–90, 1868.
HUNTINGDON, FRANcis HASTINGs. (Com.).
Rent of the Manors, &c., of the Earl of Huntingdon in...Cornwall, &c. Harl. MSS. 3,881, art. 36 and 41.
HUNTINGDON, GEORGE HASTINGs, 1st Earl of Huntingdon (son of Edward, 2nd Baron Hastings), d. 21 July, 1544.
An account and rental of the Manors of the Earl of Huntingdon, in Bucks...and Cornwall, 24 Hen. VIII. Harl. MSS. 3,881, art. 32 b, 33, 34, and 35.
HUNTINGDON, SELINA, Countess of (Lady Selina Shirley, 2nd dau. of Washington, Earl of Ferrers, she m. 3 June, 1728, Theophilus Hastings, 26th Earl of Huntingdon). b. 24 Aug., 1707. d. London, 17 June, 1791.
The Life and Times of Selina, Countess of Huntingdon. By a Member of the House of Shirley and Hastings. Lond, W. E. Painter, 1841, 2 vols., 89.
NotE.—The account of the Countess' visit to Cornwall, in 1775, is comprised in ii, 414-21. Her life affords much information about the county.
HUSBAND, JAMEs (son of William Husband). b. Little Falmouth, 1793. d. Falmouth, 1857.
Model of a fishing boat. By Mr. Husbands (sic). Rep. R.C.P.Soc., 1840, p. 58.
Improved method of ship building. ib., 1846, pp. 36–37.
HUSBAND, WILLIAM (son of preceding). b. Mylor, 1823.
Note.—Formerly belonged to “Cuthbertus Huton ex comitatu Cornub: comissus pro Doctore Lupton” who wrote on the margin of f. 69 b. some memoranda in English concerning a Prophecy of Merlin for the year 1510.
Reasons for refvsal of Svbscription to the booke of Common Praier vnder the hands of certaine Ministers of Devon and Cornwall, word for word as they were exhibited by them to the Right Reuerend Father in God, William Coton, (sic), Doctor of Divinitie, L. Bishop of Exceter. With an Ansvvereat severall times returned them in publike Conference and in diverse Sermons upon occasion preached in the Cathedrall Church of Exceter, by T. Hvtton, Bachiler of Divinitie and Fellow of St. John's Coll., in Oxon. And now pvblished at the very earnest intreatie of some espiciall friends for a farther contentment of other the King's Maiestie's good and loyall Subjects. Printed at Oxford by Joseph Barnes, and are to be sold in Paules Church-yard, at the signe of the Crowne, by Simon WWaterson, 1605, 49., pp. 200. Br. Museum.
The second and last part of Reasons for Refusall of Subscription to the Booke of Common Prayer vnder the hands of certaine Ministers of Deuon and Cornwall, as they were exhibited by them to the right reuerend Father in God, William Cotton, Doctor of Diuinitie and Lord Bishop of Exceter. As also an Appendix or Compendious Briefe of all other Exceptions, taken by others against the Bookes of Communion, Homilies, and Ordination, word for word, as it came to the hands of an Honorable Personage. With an Ansvver to both at seuerall times returned them in publike conference and in diuerse Sermons vpon occasion preached in the Cathedrall Church of Exceter, by T. Hutton...London, printed by John Windel for the Companie of Stationers, 1606, 49. Br. Museum.
NoTE.—Epistle Dedicatorie, 2 leaves, To my fellow brethren the Ministers of Deuonshire and Cornwall, 1 leaf, To the Christian Reader, 1 leaf. The Contents of the Chapters and the Appendix, 3 leaves, then pp. 1-260
The remoouall of certaine imputations laid vpon the Ministers of Deuon and Cornwall, by one M. T. Hutton,] and in them, vpon all other ministers els-where refusing to subscribe. Anon. 7t.p., orian !] or printers name, 1606, 40. Br. Museum.
Note.—To the Indifferent Reader, 2 leaves, then pp. 1-66.
A defence of the Ministers' Reasons for refvsall of svbscription to the Booke of Common Prayer and of Conformitie against the severall answers of T. Hutton, Bachiler of Divinity, in his two bookes against the Minist. of Dev. and
A Peep at Kirk Maughold, signed W. I. engraved by 437–38, (1867). Infringing the Bye Laws, a Railway Misad. venture. Illustrated by “Phiz,” and signed W. I. London Society (Holiday Number), 1869, pp. 48–53, (generally bound with vol. xv). The Wreck. A Poem. Signed W. I. Cassell's Mag., iv, 156–57, (1869). On the supposed Saxon Slab at Bodmin. By Rev. W. Iago. With a sketch by the Author, engraved by J. T. Blight. Journ. R.I.C., Apl., 1869, p. 103. Mylor Church, its Crosses, Frescoes, &c., by Rev. W. Iago, with lithographic illusts, by the Author... ib., Apl., 1870, pp. 162–72. The Slaughter-Bridge, Worthyvale, inscribed stone. ib., Apl., 1871, p. 318. Kirk Maughold, Isle of Man. [Verses.] People's Mag., v, 191, (1870). (1 * Bishop. N. and Q., 4 S., viii, 216, 1). Parochial....History of the Deanery of Trigg Minor. By Sir J. Maclean. Lond., 1868–72, 40.
(Con.). Bodmin, Liddell and Son,
[Isle of Man] With 2 sketches by the Author, H. Collins.] Once a Week, iii,
NoTE.-Sergeant Major Ince proposed and carried into effect the excavation of the Galleries in the Solid Rock for the defence of the neutral ground at Gibraltar. The works were commenced 25 May, 1782, and finished a few years after the siege.
Variety containing original and selected songs in the favourite entertainment now performing by C. Incledon, of Covent Garden Theatre, at the different theatres and public places in most of the principal towns of the United Kingdom. Lond, published for Goulding, Phipps, and D'Almaine, 45, Pall Mall. n.d., [1805, 8°., pp. 20, 6d.
The Wandering Melodist, or the rose, the thistle, and the shamrock, consisting of fifteen songs sung by Mr. Incledon, of Covent Garden Theatre, in his tour through the United Kingdom. Lond., printed for Goulding, Phipps, and D'Almaine. n.d., [1805, 89., pp. 19, 6d.
Lines addressed to Charles Incledon; late of Covent Garden Theatre. By. J. Crow, Wych Street. cf. Gent. Mag., lxxxv, pt. ii, 616, (1815).
INCLEDON, CHARLEs (son of preceding), cf. W. Clark Russell’s “Representative Actors,” (1871), p. 281 ; Geneste's English Stage, ix,498. Nore.—Mr. Incledon made his first appearance on
the stage as Young Meadows in Love in a Village, at Drury Lane, 3 Oct., 1829.