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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    and of the longest range. One is to be raised where Lump's Fort formerly stood, between Southsea Castle and Fort Cumberland; another where Eastney Fort formerly stood; and the third is to be pitched on Hayling Island, so situate as Subscribers-only content

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    attempting to explore the north-west passage into the Pacific. The men composing this expedition winter near this place, at Fort Cumberland, with Mr 1-. Deschambault, and will pass through here in the spring. Sir John Richardson, who is to leave Subscribers-only content

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    known to be without food i for the day. At about eleven a.m. messengers arrived in Portsmouth i from Fort Cumberland and the Coastguard at the entrance to Langston i harbour requesting immediate assistance for a schooner, afterwards i found Subscribers-only content

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    appears that pay-sergeant Thomas Davis, i' of the Royal Marine Artillery, was prooeeding from his; house at Kingston, to Fort Cumberland, the head-quarters! of the corps, with a sam of money in his posaoseion. amounting to £101. 10s., for the Subscribers-only content

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    the assemblage of the Wesleyan troops for Divine worship, A congregatien of Royal Marine Artillri y ils assembles in Fort Cumberland. The Con. lerenee of last y er appointed a minister to the camp at Shorncliffo, but the official arrangements Subscribers-only content

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    Journal, July 1758, Volume 65, 01 July 1758-31 July 1758

    money expended for the expedition against the French in the Bay of Fundy, and carrying on the works at Fort Cumberland. Letter from Mr. Lawrence, Governor of Nova Scotia, to the Board, dated Halifax, May 20th, 1758, inclosing: Abstract of

    Journal, November 1775, Volume 82, 01 November 1775-30 November 1775

    them. Seven Acts passed in December, 1774. One hundred and twelve lots laid out on the road leading from Fort Cumberland to Fort Belcher, containing in the whole thirty thousand, four hundred and fifty seven acres. fo. 141 . Ninety

    Index, A-L, 01 January 1754-31 December 1758

    -, -, - in New Jersey boundary suit, 287, 370. -, -, - for Nova Scotia freeholders, 366 9. Fort Cumberland , Nova Scotia, 413. Fort Dummer , New Hampshire, 141. Fort Duquesne [ now Pittsburgh ] , Pennsylvania, 435.

    Index, A-L, 01 January 1768-31 December 1775

    118. Forsyth , Mr., memorial of, 121. Fort Belcher , Nova Scotia, 449. Fort Bute , West Florida, 137. Fort Cumberland , Nova Scotia, 449. Fort George , New York, 50. Fort Johnston , North Carolina, 134. Fort Montagu ,

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