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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Magdalen Laver Manor

    the time of Clark's death Matthew Torrance occupied the estate. 18 In 1922 the estate was still in the hands of Clark's trustees but by 1926 Matthew Torrance had purchased the property. 19 Torrance still lived at Magdalen Laver Hall

    Index K-Z

    , Toone, J. V., W. C., Topp, Alex. (1), Alex (11), John (1), John (11), Thos., fam., Torksey , John, Torrance , John, Touke, Thos., Tous (fl. 11th cent.), Townsend , Eliz., Rog., Tracy, Eve de, Tragett, Thos. Heathcote ,


    Stanford Rivers , n , Topping , Revd. W. D., n , n , n , Torkeseye , Mat. de, Torrance , Mat., Torrell (Torell) , Anne m. Hen. Joscelin, Anne, see Mor- daunt; Emma, see Starkey; Hen. (d. 1481),

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Summary of Indian News., 13. Sources of Poetry.. 6. Chit Chat. . 14. Some Passages in theLifeof Wultot 7. Epigram.. Torrance. - . S. Clavering's Autobiograpy. - 15. Reviews of New Books, &c. Saunders and Otley. Public Library, Conduit Street; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    end G Stewart, Glasgow, wbo' ... l stationers-H Anderson, tRsthesay, apparatus manafactnrer W Moffal, 1310sg1iiJ' botelier-A Steven, wine Glasgow, merchant-T Torrance, Airdrie, seltge05 Huttont, Dysart, accontans~tt-P 0 Denbolm, Edinburgh, contractor. Friday, May 11. W Of lice, May 9th, 1860.-The Queen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    b4'rscary Terrace; Ali Trosaa Re. init Villa Street on laith sices fern a diatrtcn of In 23ynltrmaIot10ctie nortia of Narsery Torrance; el a- Tanaayat nttGoeSiet eat boalaialats fatr a difstance of At, ad 1yraefo a et4 acnetortlt of Wills Street; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    \t1 \VISN iAU IET'~COMPiANY. l N I', (-iI,, IES. 7111OA * Ni 1IINCI).10I) -' Il A ~~.:,;VI XLAt '1. 1.11 ~ ~ ~ ~ .-10 TI ~ 0'.1 'X:NS,' ii''114 'SlND 113ALB * I rIXV, E 1R1IT N d Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    moatives, Mr. Torrance recommends that he be indicted for malfeasance of office. Judge Coarsal insists that lie acted as Judge. and not as Justice of the Peace, and was not bound to report to the Government. Mr. Torrance takes a Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STUART, James (?1681-1743), of Torrance, Lanark.

    (?1681-1743), of Torrance, Lanark. Constituency Dates Ayr Burghs 1734 291741 Ofifces Held Ensign 1 Ft. 1704; capt.-lt. and lt.-col. 3 Ft. Gds. 1724, capt. 1725-d.; gent. usher 1727-d. Biography After serving in Flanders and Spain during the war of the

    STUART, Patrick (?1682-1760), of Torrance, Lanark.

    (?1682-1760), of Torrance, Lanark. Constituency Dates Lanarkshire 18 May 1750 291754 Ofifces Held Ensign 1 Ft. 1704, lt. 1707, capt.-lt. 1726, capt. 1727, ret. aft. 1740. Biography In 1750 Stuart, a retired army officer, who had served under Marlborough, was

  • * British History Online *

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    5, 326, 361, 363, 472, a47. Tonnage and poundage , 319, 320. Torbolton . See "Tarbolton." "Tories and Whigs," 429. Torrance (Torrens), 245, a62. Toulouse , bishopric of, 54. Towcorse . See "Tollcross." Tower and Tower hill , London. See

    Acts, 1842

    at Muirkirk, Mr Robert Houston at Dalmellington, Mr James Fairlie at Mauchline, ministers; Claud Alexander, Esq., of Ballochmyle, George M'Micken Torrance, Esq., George Square, Edinburgh, John Barclay, Esq., manager of Catrine Cotton Works, ruling elders. From the Burgh of Ayr,

    Index of persons

    lviii., 198, 200 . Toolye , J ., I. 195 . Tornegold , J., I. 88, 189, 267, 268, 389. Torrance , Sir A. M ., I. 316 . Totynge , J. de, I. 180, 235, 373, 374 , 417,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 March 1817, 24 March 1817

    London, George McMiken Torrance of'Kilsaintninian, David Torrance Ensign in the 26th Regiment of Foot, and Helen, Euphemia, Agnes, and Marian Tor¬ rance, all Children of the Marriage between the said Mrs. Elizabeth Watherston and the deceased Henry Torrance Esquire her Subscribers-only content

    21 February 1821, 21 February 1821

    ranee, and George M'Mikin Torrance Esquire, her " Husband, for himself and his Interest, may be required " to answer the said Appeal:" It is Ordered, That the said Mrs. Marion M'Mikin Torrance and George M'Mikin Torrance may have a Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1821, 2 March 1821

    Signet, his Attorney, was this Day brought in. As was also, The Answer of Mrs. Marion M'Mikin Crawfuird Torrance, and George M'Mikin Torrance Esquire, her against Tor- Husband, to the Appeal of Archibald Crawfuird of the rance"Ux. City of Edinburgh, Subscribers-only content

    5 April 1821, 5 April 1821

    ap- Crawfuird pointed for hearing the Cause wherein Archibald Craw- against " Juird is Appellant, and Mrs. Marion M' Mikin Torrance, et°[jx"Ce " and her Husband, are Respondents :" It is Ordered, That this House will hear the said Cause Subscribers-only content

    Index, 3 January 1822

    and passed, and sent to the Commons, 529. — Returned, Amendment agreed to, 532. — Royal Assent, 537. Crawfuird v. Torrance and another; Appeal presented, and Richardson to enter into Recognizance, 57. — Answer brought in, 80. — Hearing appointed, Subscribers-only content

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