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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, F, 01 January 1696-31 December 1697

    Richard, 978 I. Fort Bourbon , Hudson's Bay, dispute over capitulation of, 468, 471. Fort Charles (Jamaica), 868, 1080. Fort Nelson (Hudson's Bay), pp. 137 138. Fort Royal (Martinique), its strength, p. 205. Fowke , General, Lieutenant - Governor of

    Minute Book, June 1699, 06 June 1699-30 June 1699

    Sir Stephen Evance and others of the Hudsons Bay Company [attend ] . They say the skins taken at Fort Nelson were given them by the King. My Lords take notice these goods were reserved to the Governor of Canada

    Index of Subjects, H, I

    prize goods, 85, 357; in debt, 92; papers of, concerning goods taken at York Fort, 93; skins taken at Fort Nelson, 92. Hundreds , Sokes and Wapentakes, named: Aslacoe. Babergh. Barcomb. Barstable. Beverley. Blackbourn. Blofield. Blything. Bolingbroke. Bosham. Bosmere and

    Index of Subjects, S

    concerning, 84, 146 7, 210, 256 7, 347, 349, 367, 379. Silver Mines. See Mines. Skins , taken at Fort Nelson, 92. Slaves , redeeming of, from Barbary, 122. Small Pox , 149. Solicitor General (Sir J. Hawley), 18, 24,

    Minute Book, November 1699, 01 November 1699-30 November 1699

    about the right and title to the whole Bay but nothing is done in that: the English call this Fort Nelson or Fort York on Hayes River. They say the Company was incorporated in 1670; in 1682 the stock was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dlfand'r'i J. rightS to Fort Nelson Ztheleft, but for the purpose of a couverfienca tbe mv ers to-day 'fll back on. Iavant; a while' the defendes took possession of the position, a' 't Fort Nelson, It was thus necessary fort Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    when' the' alames were subdlld, Mrs. Turner was found in a corner quite dead, the body being much burnt. Fort Nelson, situate on Portsdown Hill, in the vicinity of Farehamn, was onTuesday night the scene of a' tragic affair. Sergeant Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the men of the msilitia and army reserve of the Porte- month district, Subsequently the us oe proceeded te Fort Nelson, on Portsdown Hill, aind inspected about 400 more of the' renerves belonging to the Gosport garrison. The men hors Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is contiguous to Lake Winnipeg, by ' which produce conlde be conveyed by steamer nearly to the seaboard of Fort Nelson, whence ' the distance to Liverpool is some sixty miles less t than from New York. 86 pleased were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Widley and South. wick ; tipe 2nd Londoan hube Volunteers at Fort Pnrbroulc; the 3rd Suireylli lie \rolunteers at Fort Nelson; swhile quarters have- also been assigned in the Portsmouth (6outhenr) cominand, Iieuteonant-Geieral Sir (T, . S. Willis, I.CAR., to Subscribers-only content

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