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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CORP, John (d.c.1417), of Dartmouth, Devon.

    and Kingswear, Nov. 1381, Mar. 1406; confiscate merchandise illegally taken at sea Feb. 1386; close the ports of Kingsbridge, Tor Bay and Dartmouth May 1401; of inquiry, Devon May 1403, May 1405, May 1408 (breaches of truces at sea); to

    HAWLEY, John I (d.1408), of Dartmouth, Devon.

    1386; of arrest July 1387, July 1406; to survey mines, Devon, Cornw. Aug. 1391; close the ports of Kingsbridge, Tor Bay and Dartmouth May 1401; of array, Devon July 1402; to organize the defence of merchant shipping Oct. 1402, Mar.

    HAWLEY, John II (d.1436), of Dartmouth, Devon and Trematon, Cornw.

    in 1413 he agreed to make full restitution. It is not so easy to justify his armed attack in Tor Bay on the George of Paignton in a quarrel over a Breton prize, nor the capture of Le Grace Dieu

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -Yesterday afternoon, Mr. Uill, of Torquay, accompanied by his sister end two otherI 'adies, went for a tidp in Tor Bay in a sailing boar ~Ialthough there was a fresh wind from the'east auda leAvy sea& Off Paicntoff the boa Subscribers-only content

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    time of the Colonel leaving Berry. Head' to the March homeward it represented an enemy which had landed in Tor Bay, and proposed to seize Plymouth. Since the 24th inst. five battalions of volunteers fiader Brigadier General Lord Mount Edgeumbe Subscribers-only content

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    Sound to join the respective fleets at Tor Bay and Portland. Several vessels of the reserve fleet put into Devonport to coal, and upon completion of this will return to Tor Bay. The Skipjack is the first vessel of the Subscribers-only content

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    and :minerva, cruiser, Captain F. 0. Pike, are ordered to leave Tor Bay on August 7 for a cruise to Lerwick and Kirkwall, returning to Spithead on September A4. The Northampton, training cruiser, Captain EI. A. W. Onsiow, .s to Subscribers-only content

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    uncommon in the cave, which cannot com- pere with scares of others, such as the caves at Brixham or Tor Bay, opposite Torquay. But it is something, too, to say that you have been to the ' Cretns Mahie." Thle Subscribers-only content

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