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  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 11, 27 July 1660, 27 July 1660-27 July 1660

    Ds. Clifford . Ds. Powis . Ds. Charles Gerard . Ds. Wentworth . Torwood, E. of Oxford's Servant, Privilege. Upon Information to the House, "That Michaell Torwood Gentleman, a menial Servant to the Earl of Oxford , is arrested, by

    Index, T, 01 January 1584-30 June 1585

    Tolbooth : James VI. goes to (23rd May 1584), 147. Tompson , Patrick: employed for Mary, 14. Topcliffe : 89. Torwood : 94. Touraine : 82; 359. Tower of London , the: 18. of London, Lieutenant of: Walsingham to speak Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, October 1575, 01 October 1575-31 October 1575

    Linlithgo w, and they departing from me there, the Lord Livingston and his friends met and "convoyit" me to the Torwood, where I found the Earl of Mar, the Earl Buchan, Lochleven, and other friends, who returned together to Stirling; Subscribers-only content

    Index, T, 01 June 1574-30 April 1581

    in, 291; (Stirling) ruinous, ib .; (Edinburgh) oration made in, 628. Topcliffe : letter dated at, 583. Torry : 25. Torwood : Morton goes to, 197. Toulouse : 110. Touraine , Duchy of: assigned to Mary, 224; portion of the Subscribers-only content

    General Index, T, U, V, 01 July 1683-30 September 1683

    (Apsum), Devon news sent to Dissenters in Torquet , James, words spoken by examination and discharge of See also Forquet. Torwood , Scotland Toshach , David, of Monzievaird (Monyvaird), warrant for pardon to Totteridge , Herts Francis Charlton's house at, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by itself gunpowder rapidly absorbs moisture from the atihospbere, and becomes for the time useless. Among the gentlemen present at Torwood on Saturday were Sir John Hay, Mr. Chambers, M.P., Mr. Gilpin, MP., W. E. Rendie, Esq., and others more Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Steaot, Blrmnlngbain, cO9tS M5IOULD-FITTFR Wanted, for Frnotster Grates. A good walk- 1411 man mapl have constant omiplsyintnt.-Marhalall, Watsona, attd 0. Torwood, tlarleatos, Ironworks, Sitefftaid. 170 PACKEO R.-Wanted, in a, Saddlorno Orotbmolsgers Wsarelhoule. an( 30 experienced Faeher.-Addtroos. C. 80. Dolly Post. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hIouse or Apartments; three sitting, T eight bed rooms; close to sea; winter and public gardolis. Terms nxoderate -Patch, 3. Torwood Hoed. ci469 1 E?TNO, I.W.-Miss ButlerPelgrans View.-Prirate Boanling V I-ouse, with home comfort South aspect, and unrivra.lle sea siew. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    " Earl of F awaley7 2lt, blog~ing to Mr. A. J. Sheldon. Brailes 'House. Shioston-on-tur; the- second by "lEarl of Torwood St&', " owned by AIr. FE5. HE. But', Seomehonse; the third by "St. Ledger," the property of SMr. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    below I~iyteholne Bridge. It is supposed that during Friday night's storm Siins fell o' was blown off a footbridge at Torwood. During tb'e gale on Friday night, a 'man' named John Harrison was ascending a ladder at some buildings in. Subscribers-only content

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