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  • * British History Online *

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    America and West Indies, October 1729, 21-31, 01 October 1729-31 October 1729

    Read 3rd June, 1730. Holograph, p. Enclosed, 952 . i . Peter, King of the Musketoes, to Governor Hunter. Sandy Bay, Oct. 3, 1729. As there has always been a good understanding between the subjects of H.M. of Great Britain

    America and West Indies, June 1676, 01 June 1676-30 June 1676

    Bacon came down the river in a sloop with about 50 armed men and in the night landed at Sandy Bay, half-a-mile off, where he held a private conference with one Lawrence and one Drummond about three hours and then

    V. The Achilles, Letters - 1761

    Point of Lomaria at the S.E. part of the Island, and attack the Fort and other Works, in the Sandy Bay round the befor e-mentioned Point, the place the General and myself, as we stood in yesterday, had agreed upon

    Index, S-V, 01 December 1574-31 December 1676

    -, 1200 prisoners in, 41. -, See also Hispaniola. Sandwich , 510. -, Earl of, see Montagu, Sir Edward. Sandy Bay ( Virginia ), 964. Sandy Point ( St. Christopher ), 618, pp. 256 7, 782 ii., p. 499. Sandys

    Index, S, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    (35). Sandon , Sir Wm., i. g. 622 (p. 317). Sandoverhall , Essex. See Sandon. Sandown (Sandon , Sandam, Sandy) Bay, in the Isle of Wight, i. 782, 1252, 1275, 1329 (1, 2); ii. 50, 156. -, -, letter dated

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the square, and contains every reiicti-i accope otndition. Ociceparte rode out souae itine a82 to Sir WVm. Dove2n'c-i n, Sandy Bay, to breakfast, taking with him a simpter mrule, 'liui wiiti provi lone, iid ate iis meal ou the grass Subscribers-only content

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    have taken possession of Jamaica. What if 5, 000 were landed, under cover of the guns of cruisers, at Sandy Bay ? Could we ever retake the island ? Napoleon would be avenged ; a ghostly chuckle would be heard Subscribers-only content

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    must become, on the dissolution of the KING'S autho- rity, so many nests of pirates, the Mosquito men about Sandy Bay having already tried their hands in plunder. ing a small Belgian vessel, and nearly killing her Captain, who applied Subscribers-only content

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    latter. Her rajesty's ship Hercules then cast off, and the Agincourt was then towed by the various tugs to Sandy Bay, to an anchorage in line with the Mlinotaur, where she now is. We must not omit to mention the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it, " St. Debe."', No such saint p Sen'ciweven among the French Canadians, one oft th uze read was called in, and the letter, wals ,ooto'tsway to Sandy Bay, On the, Lower -St. La-wrence. Imotn oMnitr n uli pkr-e.W. Realign. Subscribers-only content

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