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You searched for: Place: "Fort Henry", Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

Found 26 matches across 3 resources.

  • * British History Online *

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    America and West Indies, March 1636, 01 March 1636-31 March 1636

    him, to Association. Math. Downes goes with Mr. Hunt this voyage. Proposal for Mr. Knight to be Lieut. of Fort Henry, and to command in Capt. Rous' absence. In case Capt. Hunt should not go before May, Capt. Delahay, a

    America and West Indies, August 1674, 01 August 1674-31 August 1674

    to use them for public Acts, & c. [ Col Entry Bk., Vol. LXX., p. 16. ] Aug. 22. Fort Henry. Shaftesbury Papers. 1347 . Major-General Abraham Wood to his honoured friend John Richards, in London. Has been at the

    Index, U, V, 01 January 1669-31 December 1674

    73, 176 178, 196, 205, 476, 540, 565, 571, 572, 590, 737, 1123. See also Apomatock. Charles City. Edisto. Fort Henry. James City and River. Middlesex. Nansamund. Point Comfort. Roanoke. Tindall's Point. York County and River. Vitry canvas , p.

    Index, F, 01 January 1574-31 December 1574

    Captain Josias, Governor of the Somers Islands, 328, 332, 370. Fort Amsterdam , New Netherlands, letter dated from, 171. Fort Henry , Providence Island, 126, 211, 223, 224, 256. -, Captains of, see Rous, Captain William; Rudyerd, Captain William. -,

    America and West Indies, October 1671, 01 October 1671-31 October 1671

    dead and buried, and the 25th reached the Sapongs, the 27th, Apomatock Town, and Oct. 1st arrived safe at Fort Henry. Endorsed, "1671. Rec d March 1687, from Dr. Cox." Printed in New York Documents, III., 193 197. 20 pp.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    great military works of the place were ] coming into view-namely, the Marteilo on Cedar Island, the Mlilitary Hospital, Fort Henry, Fort Frederick, the Doc;k Yard, the Arsenal, Tete Du Pont Barracka, Royal Artillery Barracks, Sheal Tower, Market Battery, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    total darkncis. From the fort a large quantity of beautiful iockets have e been discharged. LArgobonfires are blazing in Fort Henry e and the Market Battery. The Ordnance cottages are also y brilliantly illuminated. Opinions are much divided. A dgreat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the Potomac by the Confederate forces. In March the campaign in the West opened auspiciously. Fort Donnelson and Fort Henry fell, and the Western States seemed lost to the Confederacy. At the end of March the Con- federates retired Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    47 2 516 8 5 M [Battle of Plassey, 1757. 2 24 2 41 15 & 6Tu Surrender of Fort Henry, 1862 3 0 317 14 7 7 W Chajrles Dickens born, 1812 3 36 3 56 13 4 BTh Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1788. Sunday 5 629 712 12 1 sth Sunday after Epiphany. Monday 6 758 834 12 4 Surrender of Fort Henry. 1862. Tuesday 7 910 937 13 4 Charles Dickens born, 1812. Wednesday.. 8 959 10 26 14 6 Mary Subscribers-only content

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