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  • * British History Online * *

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    was sworn in the Chancery. Nov. 29. Mr. W. Howard sent into Holland with instructions, & c. Nov. 30. The Straits fleet sailed out of the Downs, 120 in number; the Yarmouth fleet followed at the Back of the Goodwin, Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, January 1662, 01 January 1662-31 January 1662

    30 ditto Nov. 20 In Tambia River "Kinsale" 25 ditto Nov. 22 At Jamaica "Rosebush" 55 ditto Dec. 15 The Straits "Amity" 70 ditto Dec. 19 "Hampshire' 150 ditto 1661, Mar. 26 "Royall James' 500 ditto Mar. 29 "Fairfax" 260

    Charles II - volume 115, March 16-23, 1665, 16 March 1665-23 March 1665

    constant trade. Two men-of-war passed lately, convoying 23 Scottish ships. March 17 . Plymouth. 20. Da. Grosse to Williamson. The Straits' vessels have arrived and wait Lord Belasyse's departure. A prize is taken by the Dover. Arrival of vessels of Subscribers-only content

    Letters, 1652

    very much looking after them as ever there was since you knew the Island, which may serve per advice. The Straits memory which you sent me came 2 months too late. There is no oil about Genoa nor Majorca to

    Charles II - volume 208, July 1-8, 1667, 01 July 1667-08 July 1667

    Sir Thos. Allin to Williamson. There have 30 ships sailed eastward, under convoy. Five merchant ships from the Straits reported that the Straits' fleet of 40 sail, without convoy, had passed the port. Sent an express to the deputy-vice-admiral at Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    few years back, Of crossing ocean by on iron track ? Yet such a mighty object has been won, The Straits are cress'd-three cheers for Stephenson. Aln iron ligature none ties the isles, And fair Britannia hotis, exults, and smuiles. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the case, and found ample, at Madras and Bombay, and as is still the case in what are called "The Straits Settlements,"four of the seven present judges would be available for the appel- late jurisdictions which we are suggesting. But Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chatieemneie of those who took part in thee Persecutions, Advices received at Shanghai from Japan announce that war had broken out between the Tycoon and Prince Choisnh. The Tycoon had hitherG been vioto;iou. The Straits of SimOnosaki had been closed. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the value of those settlements than Mr McCulloch appears to assign to them. Hong Kong, the Mauritius, Ceylon, and the Straits Settlements absorb nearly 8,000 European troops, and the two former places absorb them in a fatal sense, the details Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Mr Beete Jukes, the farmers count on the loss of about a yard per year along the cliff. The Straits of Dover, too, are being continually enlarged by the action of atmospheric influences, and the waves and the current Subscribers-only content

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