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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KIRKE, Percy (d.1691), of Whitehall.

    1679; lt. 1 R. English Regt. (French army) 1675, maj. 1675-8; lt.-col. 2 Tangier Regt. (4 Ft.) 1680-2, col. 1 Tangier Regt. (Queen’s Ft.) 1682-d.; gov. Tangier 1682-4, Londonderry 1689; brig. 1685, maj.-gen. Nov. 1688, lt.-gen. 1690-d. Ofifces Held Freeman,

    CHOLMLEY, Sir Hugh, 4th Bt. (1632-89), of the Inner Temple and Whitby, Yorks.

    1679 Thirsk 1685 Ofifces Held Gent. usher to Queen Catherine of Braganza 1662-at least 1679; commr. for Tangier 1662-80, surveyor-gen. of the mole 1669-76; jt. farmer of alum works 1665-79; asst. R. Fishery Co. 1677. Ofifces Held Capt. of militia

    TRELAWNY, John II (c.1646-80), of Trelawne, Pelynt, Cornw.

    Looe Oct. 1679 14 May 1680 Ofifces Held Capt. Fitzgerald’s Ft. 1672, 2 R. English Regt. (French army) 1672-4, 2 Tangier Regt. (later 4 Ft.) 1680-d. Ofifces Held Freeman, East Looe 1672; commr. for assessment, Cornw. 1673-d., recusants 1675, j.p.

    NORWOOD, Henry (c.1614-89), of Leckhampton, Glos.

    Dunkirk Mar.-Nov. 1662; col. of ft. 2 Tangier Regt. 1664-9; lt.-gov. Tangier 1666-9. Ofifces Held Esquire of the body Mar. 1660-?85; treasurer, Virginia 1661-73; warden of the Fleet prison c.1670-6, 1679; commr. for Tangier 1673-80; member, R. Fishery Co. 1677.

    HEWER, William (1642-1715), of Gauden House, Clapham, Surr.

    navy office July 1660-79; dep. judge-advocate of the navy 1677; member, R. Fishery Co. 1677; treas. of Tangier 1680-4; commr. of navy 1685-9; committee, E.I. Co. 1698-1709, dep. governor 1704-6, 1708-9, direction, 1709-13. Ofifces Held Asst. Clothworkers’ Co. 1684, master

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 3 Portsoken Ward. St. Olaves.

    July 29. 1696 Frances Fairborn , Daughter of Sir Palmes Fairborn, Lieutentant General of his Majesty's City and Garrison of Tangier , July 26. 1677 . Middle Ile, John Newton Merchant, together with 7 Sons and 4 Daughters. He died

    Book 6, Chapter 1 The Monastery of St. PETER.

    , Natural Son toKing Charles the Second , Earl of Plimouth, Vicount Totnes . He dyed of a Fever at Tangier 1680 , in an Expedition against the Moors , Earl of Ossory, eldest Son of James Duke of Ormond.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y 19oeg o Mai, a dylbsai fod wedi cyraedd Liverpool yn mis Hydref. Bydd y golled yn 30,000p. Gohebydd o Tangier a rodda adroddiad am olygfa ddifrifol y ba efe yn llygad-dyst o honi yn Cassablance. Am wrthod cydnabod Mahomet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nae ei awdurdod. Ofer oedd apelio at yr awdurdodau taleitbiol, ac anfonwyd dirprwyaeth liosog a dylanwadOl at y Sultan i Tangier i wneyd yn hysbys yno y creulonderau a ddloddet- ent hwy a'u cydgenedl. Ond yn hytrach ia gwella, gwaetbygu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ilo seven y r SOUTHEY ~ Wh.Ci~rhl~isatiflli~his"~oa ftl.~Church," ,S 1663, Oct. SO.-In the afternoon, by water to Whitehall, to the Tangier Committee, -where my Lord T1EVOTT,* which grieves me to see that his accounts being to be examined by us, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of -A JtES of: O.NEH HUNDREBD and'TEN-ENGRAV- INGS. of a PICTURIESQUE TOUR in SPAIN, PORTUGAL,'and-along the (JCKST of AFRICA, from TANGIER to T:TUAN, frons Drawings by Baorn '1rAYLOR, Knight of the Royal Order Gf the Legion of Holsnor, aniboare of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NOTABILIA. CANT-ON.-A dinner was given at the factory at Canton, on Christmas- day, soon after the news of the death of George IV.; and Mr. Majori- banks, in proposing the health of our Patriot Monarch, William, wished he might Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Sunday 25th August 1844

    's imprisonment & ill usage at Tahiti , at the hand of the French, added to which, Joinville had bombarded Tangier & the Moroccan Question had became worse than ever. We should have & demand reparation for this treatment of

    Sunday 1st September 1844

    been very good, viz: that he had not waited 2 hours, until Mr D. Hay had arrived, before he attacked Tangier . I said I believed that Marshal Bugeaud's orders, which had been very peremptory, had been the cause of

    Tuesday 15th October 1844

    on board our Yacht. We passed by all the French ships, & noticed that the "Belle Poule" who was at Tangier & Mogador, showed signs of service. Sailed across to Cowes, in constant violent showers of rain, & anchored outside

    Sunday 22nd September 1844

    forever ruin the Whig Party. Then I read to Albert private letters & dispatches from Mr Bulwer (who went to Tangier , where he settled the Spanish dispute with Morocco ). It would appear that the Treaty of Peace happily

    Monday 30th June 1845

    to Prayers, then we walked out & I afterwards went & sat with dear Louise & Uncle. We talked over Tangier , Tahiti , & Ireland . - Albert went to a Review, & saw him return at 1, much

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Gibraltar Lodge

    Places Masonic Hall, Alameda, Gibraltar 1927 Gibraltar Masonic Institute, Cornwall's Parade, Gibraltar 1937 Masonic Hall, Tangier, Morocco 1950 Masonic Hall, Plaza de los Exploradores, Tangier, Marocco 1958 Gibraltar Re-union Club, London, England 1963 Mark Masons' Hall, 40 Upper Brook Street,


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