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    the boy would like to go to sea, as he knew Captain Taylor, of the ship Diamond, bound to Port William, who would sail from the London Docks in a few days (this was on the Ist of July.) Terms, Subscribers-only content

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    that your Majesty should suffer looger restraint on account of their impotent enmity. Your Majesty is free to leave Port William whensoever it may please you to do so. AU the members of your Majesty's suite are likewise free to Subscribers-only content

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    o ta. FOSL.Seven Leaeeholdl HOUSES. Rents, clear of gronrid rent,£03.4a. Pureo £20.-AddreaoS,04, Daily Poet c2421 r'tUGLAS, tIsl of Main, Port William near Douglas DJ~ead.-Fer SALE, a very derirabie Furniehed Marinl e Eli-l-- linens, 10 y 25, wjthF~eneb Casments. Libar, Subscribers-only content

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    cloud-fog ocraslonally capped the summit and mnsses of loose cumulus lay on the mountain sides ano over the valteys. At Port William light northerly asirs were rc- portet, theesky was overcast the air lnazy, and the temperature wee 52 deg. Subscribers-only content

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    sit 7 amfrosm (reensk litt 9 acei., coo- veyintg, in connnctioa seith bin Ve Hichhsntt Strainers. pusaiisete for Oban. Port William, Invereess, Locltaiwe, Skye', Gsirleelh, Stalfa Jlola, Glencoe, Islay, Storeoray, Ilc Ollicissi Gttise, 3d. : Illusrtrated 6d, an Istil. Thime Subscribers-only content

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    America and West Indies, June 1690, 01 June 1690-30 June 1690

    New York Documents, III ., 727. [ America and West Indies . 578. No . 140. ] June 7. Port William, New York. 930 . Proclamation of the Revolutionary Government of New York. Ordering the inhabitants to renew their association


    the tragedy is contained in a later communication from Colonel Hill, also to the Earl of Portland, dated from Port William, on the 28th of February. "My last" he writes "gave you an account of the houses of Invergarry and Subscribers-only content

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