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  • * British History Online *

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    Queen Juana, January 1521, 01 January 1521-31 January 1521

    qual cobro ayer con pactos la villa y fortaleza de Empudia y con menazas que hizo a la villa de Torre de Mormoion de quemarla for o de darle como le dio mil y quinientos ducados segun que nos lo

    Queen Juana, December 1520, 11-30, 01 December 1520-31 December 1520

    are : to leave in Tordesillas 1,000 lances and 1, 000 foot, in Simancas 500 foot and 200 lances, in Torre Lobaton 100 lances and 300 foot, in the Mota 100 lances and 400 foot, in Portillo 100 lances and

    Queen Juana, March 1521, 01 March 1521-31 March 1521

    other respects the same as usual. Letters should be written to the se ora Infanta. Speaks of the loss of Torre Lobaton. The march of the Bishop of Zamora to Toledo. que Su Alteza tiene la persona del conde en

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    Toloso , 651, 655, 1332. -, Corregidor of, 661, 662. Topcliff , 1155. Torres , Don Hernando de, 446 (2). Torre , Jacques de la, 14 (2, 3), 90 (1), 139, 177 (2), 1618. Torres , , 89 (2). Toulouse

    Queen Juana, 1522, 01 January 1522-31 January 1522

    the servants of your Majesty who had been taken prisoners when Juan de Padilla and the other traitors were in Torre Lobaton. Your Majesty will command what is to be done in this matter. I likewise beseech your Majesty to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn Rhufain yn r rboddi banes amgylchiad hynod a gymerodd le yn Torre del Greco, tref yn agos i'r ddinas hono, yr hwn sydd ye dangos pa mor ddwfe. ydyw yr ofer. Y goeledd sydd yn flynnuo dan ddylanwad y Subscribers-only content

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    lh1 rtrslg. 14siions- to the very Inst. Governor Trant, wvitl ( ile of mila was at Mrinnenrti da 1leirn, and Torre ir(Jt'orva, in tIhe iinity 0f the Douro After the fill bf the garrison, ICii S rrrtderslde prisoners-tf war on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. [From t)he Moniteur, Oct. 6j. TELECRAPEIC DISPATCRES. " Chiclana, Sepf. 28. r OJF Al CODNULE)IeOTHE PREStTDlNTOFTKECOUNCIL OFMINISTERS. s'Tie Kin, iiforms wie that he is at liberty, and that he will go to Port olarl'y " len Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the other, Marshal se Camp Dots Astoitio Rotten, Governor of the fortress of Barcelona, LieuteneantsColonel Don Joseph de da Torre de Trauiena, and Don Rainmond GlIle; Doti Antonio Gironella, and Don Joseph Elias, inhabi- touts of Barcelona, and representing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mnen, consisting exclusively of Portu- guese troops, were embarked from that part df the port which is situated beneath the Torre da Marca, about a mile and a half below Oporto, in'shoie boats, and were landed on the south side Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DREW, Richard (b.c.1550), of Dartmouth, Devon.

    before 1579 in a petty Chancery case concerning lands near Dartmouth, and in other disputes about lands of the nearby Torre abbey in 1579, 1580, and 1583. In 1592 he was associated with Thomas Plumley of Dartmouth and Nicholas Hayman

    DAMIET, William, of Dartmouth, Devon.

    in the newly-built chapel dedicated to the Holy Trinity, and also for making the final arrangements with the abbot of Torre regarding patronage of the chapel and the payment of tithes. In June 1396 he acted as mainpernor at the

    HOLT, William I.

    a native of Devon. Certainly, in June 1400, he became a feoffee of the Devonshire manors of Kigbeare, Melbury and Torre, and of the reversion of the manor of Langford, on behalf of Sir William Langford*. It was again as

    RIDGEWAY, John (by 1517-60), of the Middle Temple, London, and Newton Abbot, Abbotskerswell and Tor Mohun, Devon.

    Dartmouth 1545 Exeter Oct. 1553 Exeter Apr. 1554 Ofifces Held Jt. feodary, Devon 3 June 1538; jt. chief steward for Torre abbey, Devon 1538-9; jt. receiver-gen. Devon, Dorset and Som. for Syon abbey 1538-9; j.p. Devon 1540-d., q. 1554; commr.

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

    1393, pending the settlement of a dispute over burial fees and other offerings between the townspeople and the abbot of Torre, it was agreed that all such fees should be left in his care. A firmer indication of his local

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 January 1769, 25 January 1769

    James Torre of Snydall, Torre etai in the County of York, Clerk, on the Behalf of himfelf, JJJSjSj and of James Torre, Kirkby Torre, Nicholas Torre, Henry Torre, John Torre, and Betty Torre, his Infant Children, and of Nicholas Torre Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1769, 21 March 1769

    " without any Amendment/' Torre, Leave for a Bill: BUI read. Whitehmft, Leave far a Bill; Bill read. After reading and confidering the Report of the Judges, to whom was referred the Petition of James Torre of Snydall, in the Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1769, 22 March 1769

    which were given and devifed by " her Will to and for the Benefit of the Reverend Mr» " James Torre Clerk her Son, and his Children, upon Truft, to fell the fame and apply the Money to arife by Subscribers-only content

    13 April 1769, 13 April 1769

    to whom the Bill, intituled, " An u AcT: for vefting in Truftees feveral Real Eftates late of li Jane Torre Widow, deceafed, in Hefle Tranby, An- " laby, and elfewhere, within the County of the Town " of Kingflon Subscribers-only content

    17 April 1769, 17 April 1769

    Jane Torre Widow deceafed, in Hefsle, Tranby, ' Anlaby, and elfewhere, within the County of the Town of Kingfion upon Hull, which were given and devifed by her Will to and for the Benefit of the Reverend Mr. James Torre Subscribers-only content


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