Thomas Porter

(1636—1680) playwright

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XVIII. Thomas Porter

Porter, Thomas (1636-1680), playwright

PORTER, William Thomas (1877 - 1928)

PORTER, Thomas Cole (1851 - 1938), DL, JP Cornwall

PORTER, Thomas Cunningham (1860 - 1933), Hon. Assistant Science Master, Eton College

PORTER, Thomas William (1844 - 1920), Colonel Commanding Canterbury District, New Zealand

202. Oxford. M. 18 Apr. '68. Lucy Porter (Lichfield). Address (Malone): To Mrs Lucy Porter in Lichfield. Not traced; copy by Thomas Harwood, c. 1820, at Pembroke.— Malone's Boswell 1804, ii. 59.

The Enlightenment: A Comparative Social History, 1721–1794, Thomas Munck Toleration in Enlightenment Europe, Ole Peter Grell and Roy Porter

433. Sa. 9 Sept. '75. Lucy Porter (Lichfield). The Misses Pennant (not seen); copy by Thomas Harwood, c. 1820, at Pembroke.—Croker's Boswell 1831, iii. 263.

PORTER, Arthur Thomas (born 1924), Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of Court, University of Sierra Leone, Freetown, Sierra Leone, 1992–99 (Vice-Chancellor, 1974–84)

The Black Seminoles: History of a Freedom-Seeking People. By Kenneth W. Porter. Ed. by Alcione M. Amos and Thomas P. Senter. (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1996. xii, 284 pp. $29.95, ISBN 0-8130-1451-4.)

McMURRAY, Thomas Porter (1887 - 1949), Emeritus-Professor of Orthopædic Surgery, Liverpool University; Consulting Orthopædic Surgeon, David Lewis Northern Hospital; Consulting Orthopædic Surgeon, Royal Liverpool Children’s Hospital; Visiting Surgeon, Alder Hey Children’s Hospital; Consulting Surgeon to Ministry of Pensions Hospital, Childwall; Hon. Consulting Orthopædic Surgeon, Army; Hon. Consulting Orthopædic Surgeon, Orthopædic Hospital, Hartshill, Stoke-on-Trent

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