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  • * British History Online *

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    General Index, H, 01 January 1689-31 December 1692

    to, 2205. Heathcote , Colonel Caleb, 2469. Hedges , Sir Charles, letter from, 2409. Hellegond (an Indian interpretress), 2541, Hell Gate (New York), 521. Helmes , William, p. 401. Hendrik , , 632. Henley , Mr., 1739. Henry , H.M.

    Index, H, 01 January 1693-31 December 1696

    312, 365, p. 528, 2275. -,-, letters from, 1862, 2265. -,-, letters to, 305, 313. Hellebrandt , Peter, 1731. Hell Gate (New York), 1652. Hermsley , Thomas, 1051. Henley , Robert, a Commissioner of Transport, letters signed by, 1332, 1351,

    America and West Indies, January 1695, 01 January 1695-31 January 1695

    357. ] Jan. 17. 1,652 . Minutes of Council of New York. The Islands called the Two Brothers near Hell Gate granted to James Graham at one shilling quit-rent, certain rights to careen vessels being reserved. Order for payment for

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

    two forts and platforms should be erected on Sandy Hook and the Narrows, and (5) a smaller platform at Hell Gate (6) That ammunition, arms and equipment should be sent over (7) That the alliance with the Five Nations should

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ilongddryiadau 4eth *ycr y golgfu hyn, ac ho0Eent galet . aw .amseri'r rxhai a. fynent-ea hQsgoi, ond nid yw Hell Gate yn bhod mwach iffino rw ta s cholledu.iasnachwyri Ymndden W-i xwra W :geisiadaa gaei eu gwneyd, o ryd, i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gyfeiriad i'r r gallu annrhaethol sydd yn gwneuthur y cyfan. Lodes fach yn cyffwrdd a botwm a chwilfriwiodd yr Hell Gate, ond gwyddai pawb mai nid y hi a wnaeth y gwaith. Mae peth fel yna yn wir am y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the well-known house of Prime, Ward, and King, ot New York, has committed suicide at his villa at Hell Gate. He was in the city in the morning apparently well and cheerful, and committed the fatal act about twenty Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    latest about him is that the "aced pessimist," as the New York Nation calls him, has said of the Hell Gate explosion that " the whole thing is not worth a cent." It is not easy for poets to find Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which it took them 160 days to pass. Other additions are the colossal statue of Liberty and the " Hell Gate Rock," the latter affording a good oppor- tunity for displaymg, by one of those sudden dioramic transformations which are Subscribers-only content

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