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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn gwaelu y tir, a'u gwerthu yn ffurf ani- feiliaid yD hytrach nag yn Ilysiau. Mae ysgrifenydd yn y New England Farmer yn ysgrifenu yn erbyn codi pytatws yn rhy gynar. Dywed efe mai y dull goreu i'w diogelu ydyw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    all; nol iddynt dyfu modfedd Den dd'y by jy.i H3[AUER MWI O GLOEER -Y miae erthyglfaithy ndra yn y New England Farmer ar glofer, ac auogiiaa fyd y aethwyr i ban inwy o -onG i adfywio eu tiroedd en. blinedig. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oddiwrth y naill y hall, yr hyn a roddai oddeutu deDg modfedd ysgwar i bob grOnyn. Yn ol y New England Farmer, gellir codi.. cnydau da bob blwyddvn, bydded y tywydd y sych neu wlyb, ar diroedd yn cynwyS l3a, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddiogel yn New Hanpp-. shire, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, a New Jersevy ond caiff Grant y ewl a New England. Ar-yr 8fed o Hydref cymer etholiad- au Pennsylfania, Ohio, Indiana, ac lowale, acyn ol fel y try pethau yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    can' milldir o Pitts burgh. Ystyrir y dref hon, o ran ei dysg, ei msoesau, a'i chrefydd.fel darn o New England. Y Mae y coleg ar ychvdig o godiad yn nghanol y dref, ac y mae yno wahlanol adeiladau at Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 3 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. [The Societies.]

    of the Society's Missionaries, Catechists, and Schoolmasters: with their yearly Salaries, and the Places to which they are appointed. New England . Yearly Salaries. l. M R. Honeyman at Rhode Island 55 Mr. Lucas at Newbury 60 Mr. Shaw at

    Book 5, Chapter 3 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. [The Societies.]

    South-West, with the Indian Nations bordering upon them; the five Nations of the Iroquois, commonly called The praying Indians; New England , or Massachusets, with the neighbouring Colonies; New York , wherein are five English Counties, and five Dutch; New

    Appendix 1, Chapter 12 Stepney.

    William Basse , Mariner, late of Mile-end , 1690 . Here Thomas Saffin lyes interr'd: Ah! why, Born in New England , did in London dy? Was the third Son of Eight, beget upon His Mother Martha by his Father

    Book 5, Chapter 17 [Merchants] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [South Sea.]

    Antegoa, St. Christophers , Nevis , Montserrat , Jamaica , the Bermudes , Carolina , Virgina, Maryland , Pensilvania, New England , New York and Newfoundland . Their Trade also is very considerable, and advantageous to the Nation; exporting all

    Book 5, Chapter 3 [The Societies.] The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    and America are already successfully engaged in promoting this Work by Societies, after the Example begun here; as in New England , Jamaica , & c. Letters came from Switzerland , Ann. 1700 , that they were making some Progress

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Election addresses, etc., 1857

    with thanks, and will be studied ; but practical sociali sm requires to be more simplified. Received regularly :- New England Spiritualist,- Christian Spiritualist, - Spiritual Universe, - Boston Investigator, - -and occasionally Spiritual Messenger and Principle: all very useful. Subscribers-only content

    Work and rest., 1886

    s Educational Works, collated and edited by Mr Jolly (Macmillan, 1879 ). " Elihu Burritt , a blacksmith in New England , learned Latin, Greek, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Celtic, and Hebrew during his apprenticeship. He kept a journal of Subscribers-only content

    The Gladstone rule: a retrospective commentary, 1885

    the sun,- We ' ve Show-Faith, and No-Faith, And Faith in Number One. We ' ve mapped out a New England , Self-ruled from sky to sod, Where every man provides himself With government and God. We shall in that Subscribers-only content

    From Grattan to O'Connell: centenary gleanings in Irish history., 1882

    But stronger measures, and a more intelligible mode of reasoning, were adopted by the fiery spirits of New England . Disguised as Mohawk Indians, a crowd of bold young men seized upon three chests of duty- paying tea, and plunged Subscribers-only content

    England's ideal: a tract re-printed from "To-day", May, 1884., 1885

    to land himself on the dry ground of actual necessity. He squatted on a small piece of land in New England , built himself a little hut, produced the main articles of his own food, hired himself out now and Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 11/02/1751

    own Ships several Voyages, from New England to South Carolina . He got a very good Livelihood, he says, by this Means, and by his Labour in the Rope-walks as well in New England , when ashore, as when at

    Ordinary's Account, 17/03/1749

    would have been stationed there for three Years, but having staid only eight Months, received Orders to proceed to New England . In their Passage thither, she had the good Fortune to meet with a Spanish Galleon, three Leagues to

    Ordinary's Account, 17/03/1749

    she became a Prize to the Success, who clapped some of her Men on board, and carried her to New England . There was Cargoe and Money on board to the Amount of 70,000 l. 143 Bags of Dollars, besides

    Ordinary's Account, 19/07/1738

    Sea, and being an able Sailor , was constantly employed in Sea-Business, having made eight or ten Voyages between New England and London . He said he had never wronged any Body of a Farthing till of late: For being

    Ordinary's Account, 22/12/1738

    some Years with my Friends; after which I went in the Grafton Brig. with Capt. Charles Cartwright , to New England , as a Passenger , and carry ’ d with me a considerable Cargo of Goods to dispose of


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