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  • * British History Online *

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    America and West Indies, February 1702, 26-28, 01 February 1702-28 February 1702

    which go to Toulon. The separation is only to take place after we have passed Jamaica, which is an English Island, where it is said there are 40 ships, and if that proves true we shall fight them, and continue

    America and West Indies, March 1689, 01 March 1689-31 March 1689

    of Ash to enquire into the matter of the Cabaretta. On my arrival I heard of a pirate at English Island who had captured the Cabaretta among other ships, and sent a ship in quest of him, but unluckily without

    America and West Indies, June 1704, 21-31, 21 June 1704-30 June 1704

    their sugars, etc . The French gentlemen have offered to lay me wagers, that we shall not have an English Island left by next December, saying they are certain to have a fleet sent out with sufficient force to take

    America and West Indies, July 1712, 01 July 1712-31 July 1712

    of West India Packet-boats. The proposition first laid down in 1702 for maintaining a monthly correspondence with all the English Island Plantations in America, each vessel performing her voyage in 100 days or thereabouts, has been put into practice, though

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    then shipped off the French inhabitants to Hispaniola, being determined, as he said, that St. Kitts should be an English Island in future. The operations were evidently most skilfully planned and executed, and are not unworthy of study by military

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Schleswig., 1861

    In this work they met with the same antagonist whom they had struggled against on the plains of the English Island ,-Saxon obstinacy ; Saxon unwil¬ lingness to go into partnership with another race; Saxon awkwardness, which will not sit Subscribers-only content

    Attic tracts on Danish and German matters, 1861

    antagonist (Scheel-Plessen and the eleven opposers in 1856 ) whom they had struggled against on the plains of the English Island (a0. 800- 1000 , King Alfred ifcc.),- Saxon obstinacy; Saxon unwillingness to go into partnership with another race (the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mud fort, wfich will also answer the purpose of a depot for British goods. This place has been named English Island, and it possesses pe- culiar facilities for trading purposes in that part of the country. The King of Atta, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    miles. Two leagues from Phogia lies the large island on the right, known by the name of Long, or English Island; next to this is the one called Partridge, and then come five or six of a smaller size, forming Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a which will also answer the purpose of a depot for British g goods. This place has been natned English Island, and it t possesses peculiar facilities for trading purposes in that part of the country. The King of Atta, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of mu Wf which will also answer the purpose of . ,t- .* for British goods. This place !.,*„*'** English Island, and it possesses peculiar f.«-r ties forlradiug purposes in that part of ih e cmZ try. The King of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mud fort, which will also answer the purpose of a depot for British goods. This place has been named English Island, and it possesses peculiar facilities for trailing purposes iv that part of Ihe country. The King of Attn, who Subscribers-only content

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