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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    country opened by the Northern Pacific Rail- road-the new North West of the United States- The Railroad extends from Lake Superior, the great- est inland sea of the American Continent, to the P3 cific Coast, forming the shortest route between Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    opened by the Nortbern Pacific Rail- id iroad-the new North West-of the IUnited States- y The Railroad extends fromn Lake Superior, the great- in' est inland sea of the American Continent, to the Pa 7 Y cific Coast, forming the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    opened by the Northern Pacific Rail. Toad-the new North West of -the U7nited States.- r. The Railroad extends from Lake Superior, the grea. ei eat inland sea of the American Continent, to the Pa 1 o cific Coast, forming the Subscribers-only content

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    country opened by the Northern Pacific Rail. road-the new North West of the United States- The Railroad extends from Lake Superior, the grri- est inland sea of the Arnerican Contineut, to the Pa cific Coast, forming the shortest route betW Subscribers-only content

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    stating that a project for the adjustment of that question is under consideration, re- fers to the boundary from Lake Superior to the Lake of the Woods, about which there are differences, but of which the adjustment is relied upon Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Journal, July 1769, Volume 76, 01 July 1769-31 July 1769

    Lisburne. Plantations General . Several of the principal persons interested in the application for a grant of mines on Lake Superior, attending pursuant to order, their lordships had some discourse with them on the subject, and they were directed to

    Journal, June 1771, Volume 78, 01 June 1771-30 June 1771

    of the 6th of October, 1770, relative to some proceedings of certain persons stiling themselves a mining company at Lake Superior, and a report made by this Board on 17th of July, 1769, on the application of Mr. Bostwick and

    Journal, July 1768, Volume 75, 01 July 1768-31 July 1768

    report, a further petition of several persons, praying for a charter for working mines in the country adjacent to Lake Superior in North America. Mr. Touchet. one of the petitioners, attending, moved their lordships to suspend making any report upon

    Journal, June 1769, Volume 76, 01 June 1769-30 June 1769

    application of Mr. Bostwick and others for a grant of all mines, minerals and metals in, about and under Lake Superior in North America; and directing their lordships to consider thereof, and having examined the parties concerned, to report what

    Journal, April 1768, Volume 75, 01 April 1768-30 April 1768

    and others, praying for a grant of all mines, discovered or to be discovered in the country adjacent to Lake Superior, be taken into consideration on Thursday, the 21st instant, and that notice be given to the memorialists to attend

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TOUCHET, Samuel (c.1705-73), of Epping, Essex

    Touchet with a number of associates petitioned for a grant of all mines, minerals, and metals in and about Lake Superior. But they met with difficulties from Government representatives on the spot, and it was only after four years of

 

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