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  • * British History Online *

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    America and West Indies, September 1668, 01 September 1668-30 September 1668

    not be condemned before heard. 2 pp . [ Col. Papers, Vol. XXIII., No . 57. ] Sept. 29. Black Point. 1848. Henry Jocelyn, Francis Hooke, Fran. Champernowne, Edw. Rishworth, John Wincoll, and Edw. Johnson, to Col. Nicolls. In answer

    America and West Indies, September 1678, 01 September 1678-30 September 1678

    settle things as they ought for a continuance; in the meantime former orders to be observed as far as Black Point, being what the Indians were possessed of when they submitted; shall not value the Bostoners talking high of their

    General Index, B, 01 January 1676-31 December 1678

    Bisse , James, 228, 297. Blackburn , William, 726. Blackleech , Solomon, 452. Blackmore of Dartmouth (ship), the, 51. Black Point , 1305. Blacks , see Negroes. Blackwater River , Carolina, 996. Bland , Giles, a rebel, Virginia, 34. -,

    Index, M, 01 January 1669-31 December 1674

    land forces in, 566. -, militia in, 753. -, -, account of, 762. -, French in, 990. See also Black Point. Blue Point. Cape Porpus. Kittery. Sacoe. Sagadahock. Wells. Winter Harbour. York. Maintenon , Marquis de, p. 623. Maire ,

    Index, M, 01 January 1661-31 December 1668

    Fras. -, records and court rolls belonging to, 1041, 1829. -, marshal of, see Mastersonn, Nath. -, see also Black Point Casco Bay Falmouth Kennebec river Kittery Newgewanack Penobscot Richmond island Saco Scarborough Wells Winterharbour York. Maitland , John, Earl

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BLACK SILKS AND VELVETS. TIURNER, SONS, AND NEPHEW. RICH BLACK GLACE, Is. 1-id, 2m. 33d., 2g. 6.Ad., 2s. 9M. LYONS & EXTRA WIDE, 2s. 10d., 3s. 3d., 3s, Gd., 3s. 9d RICH GROS GRAINS, 39. 3L, 3s. Gd., 3s. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    so shove etated. The Parkets of the. 12th proceed to Lisbon, Mpdetro, Cape Palmes, Lagos Dennwy Old Calabar, Gaboon, Black Point, Landena, Congo Aiirrto iemo Ambriz, and St. Pool do Loando. (No The PScteamef o4th 12to Mad ie, aenrie, oapuento Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on Taosday, thc 12th September, at Five o'clock p.m.. for Lieben. Madeir, CaPe Palma, Los. Benny, 91d Calabar. Qnboon, Black Point, Bandana, Congo Aoohrizotts, Kinesmbo, Asbriz, aod St. Paul de Loa INn Goode taken for Lisbon). Pasaengers embark at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the day followingu The Packets of the 1th proceed to LIsbon Madeir, Cape Palalas4 Lagos, Bonny Old Calabar, Gaboon, Black Point, Landman, Congo, Amhrlcetts, kinsemlbo Ambrlz, nad St. Paul de Loando. ('o oods token *for Lisbon.) The Packete of 24th, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WEST COAST OF AFtICA News per the Benin. / There had been fighting betwee'-1 the natives and Europeans at Black Point. Se 'eral natives were killed, and two Europeans WrJtnded Several houses were des' royed by fire at Bonny on Subscribers-only content

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