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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    unai quiet dis- cessini of a garoat and iirportsnt mracure. Ii ,trd I iuegl; ilig.) No ionddr, grrtlemean, that the Torrs hrate tihe covernsens of Lord MI igrave--ano wonder that tht3 peole of Ireland vs-e thait --vre-muslt with sucht vehement Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tbe Tory party is now rent in two upon the Cwiada question, tni Tory Lords beiun at issuel wil tihe Torrs Comnt;ns. It would alimost seis t atr the Tory party played one hartd aainst the other. Wtert tin Tory Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a visit to him, and a little girl, named Jackson. whose parents reside in Mile-end road, was staying with Mr Torr's family. On Thursday last Mr and Mrs Torr, Mrs Smith, and some friends (Mr Smith being in London) went Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gardens, and close to the sea. It has a lawn-tennis ground, a private ascent to the cliffs and the celebrated Torrs' Walk on its left, and a private descent to the little bathing cove on its right. Ilfracombe has had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    j - 1iAINIl(FRlTE arid Theory of AMusic-Lady Teecheor, tirorougirly,~ arid Pboeptrr Ias Vuarancies for Pupils. Excellent referioee *i~Y 'rols rittcuded. Torrs o d esorate. -. Aildreac, E3. 16, Tflrly ti ,Poet. C1462 - i-72 U 01"011TE LESSONS iEesmtr~o rtrced) by Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    7 February 1810, 7 February 1810

    the faid Charles Stewart and Alexander Gordon Efquire ?' Solicitor, London, Truftees of the faid Johnßone Hannay " Efquire of Torrs, now deceafed, to whom the Appel- " lant understands (fince the faid Appeal was prefented), " the faid William Subscribers-only content

    7 February 1810, 7 February 1810

    faid William Hannay; and the faid Ram/ay Hannay Efquire, Mrs. Jane Johnfione Widow of the deceafed Johnflone Hannay Efquire of Torrs, Peter Johnfione Efqüire of Carnfalloch, Alexander Gordon Efquire Solicitor in London, and the laid Charles Stewart, Truftees of the Subscribers-only content

    10 January 1812, 10 January 1812

    of the deceafed John/Ion Hannay Efquire, of Torrs, Peter Johnfion Efquire, of Carnfal- loch, Alexander Gordon Efquire, Solicitor, London, Charles Stewart, Writer to the Signet, and others, Truftees of Johnfion Hannay of Torrs Efquire, to the Appeal of John Vans Subscribers-only content

    29 July 1814, 29 July 1814

    Widow of the deceafed Johnßon Hannay Efquire of Torrs, Peter Johnflon Efquire of Carnfillock, Alexander Gordon Efquire, Solicitor, London, Charles Stewart, Writer to the Signet, and others, Truftees of Johnflon Hannay of Torrs Efquire, put in to the faid Ap¬ Subscribers-only content

    26 March 1819, 26 March 1819

    quire, and his Tutors and Curators, James Hunter Blair of DunJeey, Esquire, and the Trustees of John¬ ston Hannay of Torrs, Esquire, to the Appeal of John Vans Jgnetv of Sheuchan, Esquire. The Lords following took the Oaths, and made Subscribers-only content

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