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  • * British History Online *

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    VI. The Hero, Introductory note

    the Union on October 1st, 1762, and detached Barrington for a cruise from which he returned to Torbay on November 4th. In Torbay the Hero assisted to get off the Diligence , which was driven ashore on November nth, and

    VI. The Hero, Letters

    Barrington to the Secretary of the Admiralty Hero , in Torbay. 20th August [1762 ] . Sir, As you will remember Lord Anson's intentions 1 of obliging me with Lieutenants I'Anson and Simonton from the Achilles , I must beg

    V. The Achilles, Letters - 1761

    of the Commodore, Geo. Rogers. Line of Battle 2 The Torbay and Temeraire to lead on the starboard tack larboard Frigates. Rates. Ships. Commanders. Guns. Men. Division. Infernal 3 Torbay Capt. Brett 74 650 Sir Thomas Stanhope 3 Essex "

    Debates in 1688, Preface and December debates, 26 December 1688-28 December 1688

    England, Scotland , and Ireland , ( which see in the Journal ) his Highness landed with his Forces at Torbay , on November the 5th following; and making from thence directly towards the City of London , he arrived

    V. The Achilles, Letters - 1757

    America Hon. Capt. Byron 60 420 Escort 3 Torbay Keppel 74 700 4 Dunkirk Captain Digby 60 420 4 Achilles Hon. Capt. Barrington 60 420 6 Cove ntry Captain Scroop 26 200 Torbay at sea 2nd October 1757. Hon. Capt.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e.s. gyrhaeddodd Birkenhead Rhag. 1. Iblo. Moryangvg, 3.s. gyrhaeddodd Cork, gadawodd heddyw. :Inne Thomas au. wedi troi i mewn i Torbay, gadawodd hed,3yw. * Kate Thonmas s.s. pasiodd Gibraltar am Dankirk Rhe. 5. Vynnstay, s.s. pasiodd Pera am Gibraltar am Subscribers-only content

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    Three Crowns .......... 74 Medway. Skioid. ................ 7_4 - y. 5mr Skiold . 74 .~~~~~~Somerset, Crown Princeis Maria.. .' 14' Torbay. fDaneemark ..... . ..74.. 7 4 Marathon Norway.... - ........ 74 ... onsuc Princess Caroline .......4. ....... 7ragailza. - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the latt r Part, Lord STrnANGIFoD is, after all, let behind by the last Brazil convoy. His Lordship went fromn Torbay to plymouth by land t and during his journey the Pre- Sident frigate sailed without him, the wind having Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    time in the week, that he has been for some days on board a Bri- tish man of war off: Torbay, waiting the pleasure of the GOvernment as to his ultimate destination, and that he has lately been sert round Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ithe ship; they freclireily ieay at cards, &c. in wvhich, occasionally, they have, tile advan- tage of each other, .Hithis to otur passage has been very favourable, and no parti- tular occurrence has taken place sinces we sailed from Torbay. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DASHWOOD, George I (1669-1706), of St. Anne Soho, Westminster

    a ‘Mr Dashwood’ submitted clauses to the Lords’ committee reviewing that measure. He was never to serve overseas, dying at Torbay in September 1706 as the regiment prepared to embark for the Iberian peninsula. It was reported on 7 Sept.

    HOLLAND, Thomas I (d.c.1618), of Dartmouth, Devon.

    in at Dartmouth, sending up an inventory and asking to be allowed to retain the guns for the defence of Torbay. Holland leased a good deal of land and property from the town of Dartmouth and at different times lent

    MALLOCK, Rawlin (c.1649-91), of Cockington, Devon.

    was patriotic enough to send a warning to the Government in 1690 of the arrival of the French fleet in Torbay. He died in the following year and was buried at Cockington on 11 Apr. 1691. His son ran into

    TOLLEMACHE, Hon. Thomas (c.1651-94).

    Holland and was made colonel of an English regiment of foot in the Dutch service. He landed with William at Torbay, and his regiment, which constituted the advance guard, occupied the Tower on 19 Dec. 1688. Tollemache was returned for

    VINCENT, Shadrach (1643-1700), of Roselyon, St. Blazey, Cornw.

    of a vessel of Ostend lately wrecked upon that coast’.[footnote]Vincent joined the Prince of Orange soon after his landing at Torbay, and was employed as an intermediary with Lord Bath and the Cornish gentlemen. He collected subscriptions to the Association

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 December 1692, 19 December 1692

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords, ^.169 " May 3. • " The Queen required this Draught. " 5. " The Earl of Nottingham repeated it to him. " 17. *' The Queen again required it. " But Mr. Subscribers-only content

    9 February 1694, 9 February 1695

    W. from The Liza-rd; was in the " Soundings till the 17th; the 18th, at Night, he *• came to Torbay, and 22th to St. Hellens, and failed " again from thence with the whole Fleet on the 30th " Subscribers-only content

    14 February 1694, 14 February 1695

    Ships: «* their Orders of the i ith of April laft I" " Rate. " Rate. ** i. Britannia. "3. Torbay. " Roy'I Sovereign. ' Northumberland. <Beene «Scarbrough, *' Dutchefs. « O/orj. " Sandwich. •« The Lord Dawfy had with Subscribers-only content

    14 April 1697, 14 April 1697

    may be further faid in that Matter is, that if the Ships in The Downes had been then fent to Torbay, or before Brefl, the Danger to the Kingdom would have been, the landing Thirty Thoufand French, with the late Subscribers-only content

    16 February 1702, 16 February 1703

    came on board The Torbay (there being no Wind, " quite calm). Q^ What did you obferve to have pafled on board C( a Council of War; and The Torbay was then inter- n The Torbay, between Sir Geo. Rooke Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Place TorbayTorbay, Devon, England On a cruise along the South-West coast of England in 1852, the Royal Yacht spent one night anchored in Torbay, "the fine large Bay, close to Torquay, where I had been 19 years ago", as


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