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  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Books and Papers, December 1743, 01 December 1743-30 December 1743

    (at Bantham in Bigbury Bay in Dartmouth port), loco John Crocker, deceased; Abraham Buckle to succeed him as boatman at Torcross, in Dartmouth port. A petition read from John Murray. [ Treasury Minute Book XXIX. pp. 363 4; Customs Book

    Index of persons and Places, T

    Earl of. See Grey, F. Tankred. See Tancred. Taprell , William, lease of a watermill in Lostwithiel, 162. Tarcross. See Torcross. Tarryth , James, King's waiter, London port, 338. Tate , Nahum, Poet Laureate, salary, 175, 247, 310, 422; royal

    Warrants for Minor Appointments, 1734, 03 January 1734-31 January 1734

    Rice, tidesman, inferior list, London port, loco Thos. Berry, superannuated. Ibid , p. 465. April 10 Same. Richard Kemp, boatman, Torcross, Dartmouth port, loco Henry Brimblecorne, superannuated; Frances Willerton, waiter and searcher, Saltflect, loco George Ensor, declined; Wm. Kennicott, tidesman

    Treasury Warrants, October 1717, 11-20, 11 October 1717-20 October 1717

    l. per an. and his present office and salary to be sunk; Vincent Pattee (at present waiter and searcher at Torcross at 20 l. per an. which office is to be sunk), Ralph Rachbill, Jesse Sarten, John Gardner as boatmen

    Index, T, 01 January 1728-31 December 1730

    in the Tower, 292, 554, 574, 605; memorial of, 2. See Records. -, Thomas, 611. Topsham (Devon) , 527, 530. Torcross (Devon) , 313. Torgau , Stephen, 198. Torpichen , Lord. See Sandilands, James. Tough , John, 614. Tower ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the shock was very conspicusously feir there several mihee inland. The phenomenon appears, however, to have been most severe at Torcross. The oconsauts of the Fisherman's Arms, which house stands on the beach, were so frightened that thev rushed osut Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is [last night of the disaistrous wrecks which occurred IN off the Start during the Storm. The coastguard. I -sat Torcross received information on Monday night h. that a steamer waes on shore at the Blackw Rock, off Start Point, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of A few days ago many thousands of mackerel were eat drawn on shore on the sands from Street-gate to Torcross, ,.fDartmouth. Thiefishi pursued theseprats they had driven on em, th shore so voraciously thatmen caughtthemintheirhands. I onThey were not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    slightest chan0ce of striking Without being dashed to pieces at once. A HULL STEAMER ASHORE. A steamer went ashore at Torcross, near tbe Start, on Friday eveninu. . It wvas ascertained that shie was the MIereiith. from Hull for Wales. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Torcross. The occupants of the FLsherman's Arms, which house stands on the beach, were so irightened that they rushed out of the place, thinking, an they said, that the building was going to fall. Mr. R. Vlakary, of the Subscribers-only content

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