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  • * British History Online * *

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    George III, May 1762, 01 May 1762-31 May 1762

    that soon after the conquest of Belleisle, he, Doran, took up several goods of the persons signing the petition, and trusted one George Walker to dispose of them, on their joint account, at Belleisle, and has also sent other goods Subscribers-only content

    America and West Indies, March 1635, 01 March 1635-31 March 1635

    agrees to contribute 20 l . towards the charges. Notice received that the William and Anne had been wrecked at Belleisle upon the coast of Brittany, and a meeting fixed to advise what should be done. Isaac Barton to have

    Venice, May 1582, 01 May 1582-31 May 1582

    wound to open again. The troops of Monsieur de Brisac, who is in service of Don Antonio, have embarked for Belleisle, where the fleet is to gather. Paris, 18th May 1582. [ Italian . ] May 22. Original Despatch, Venetian

    George III, June 1761, 01 June 1761-30 June 1761

    Crown. 10 June. Ordnance, v. 5. 194 . Belleisle. Return of guns, mortars, and ordnance stores in the citadel and outworks. 3 pp . 12 June. Ordnance, v. 5. 195 . Belleisle. Return of the number of guns and mortars, Subscribers-only content

    George III, April 1762, 01 April 1762-30 April 1762

    be provided to carry four regiments at Belleisle, and Lieut.-Col. Burgoyne's Light Dragoons, with two companies of the Royal Artillery, to Lisbon. Also ships to receive the pro visions, & c. at Belleisle which it may be proper to send Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B. Commander in chief_ at the Leeward Islands, to the Hlon. W. W. Pole, dated on hoard his Miajestys Ship Belleisle, off Marie Galante, April T. I have the honour to inclose, for the informa'tioh ofrthe Lords Commissioners of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    92. Rle enlisted in the 76th Regiment in 1760, and first faced the enem 'a fire at the siege of Belleisle. Re subsequently assisted at the reduction of Martinique and several of the West India Islands, and was discharged in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the pen of M. Dumas, has been produced at the Theatre Frangais with eminent success. It is called Madlemucoiselle de Belleisle, and Made- moiselle Mars was the heroine. - Her Mejesty is expected to give her first ball at BRckingham Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rumoured that this celebrated comic actress intended to avail herself of the success of M. Dumas's new drama, .Mademzoiselle de Belleisle, to retire from the stage, after commanding public admiration for 47 years. Such is not the case. She is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Donegal (at Lis- ned) - - _ - 80 bon) - - - - 78 Souverain (fitting) do. 120 The Belleisle ton her Vile de Marseille (St. way home) - - - 72 ting) do. - - - 82 nflexible Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DOUGLAS, Hon. Robert (c.1703-45), of St. Ola, Orkney.

    1744. He served in the campaigns in Flanders, escorting Marshal Belleisle as a prisoner from the continent to England. On hearing of his death at Fontenoy, 30 Apr. 1745, Belleisle expressed ‘great sorrow on account of his genteel behaviour to

    WILFORD, William (d.1413), of Exeter, Devon.

    foreign vessels, and, just a day later, took four more, loaded with cargoes of iron, oil and tallow. Proceeding to Belleisle, the English then seised a fleet of 30 or 40 ships from La Rochelle, carrying off about 1,000 casks


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