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  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 2, December 1601, 01 December 1601-31 December 1601

    Wille for resetting Sandies Rynyon and his "bayrns," who burned Johnston's mill of Corrie, and were at the hership of Bengall: for his directions. He hears credibly that Sandies Rynyon, & c., were reset at Geordies Sandie's house last Wednesday Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 11, 12 March 1696, 12 March 1696-12 March 1696

    sent thither since 6,018: 32 Pagodas 157,006:4 is Sterling 70,652 15 By good Debts and Remains in the Bay of Bengall; viz . At Chutanutte , as by their Books L. L. Rupees 371,737: 1 Cassumbuzar L. L. 34,862: 15

    House of Commons Journal Volume 11, 17 March 1696, 17 March 1696-17 March 1696

    Sum of 108,600 l . 7 s . 6 d . given in for good Debts at the Bay of Bengall , and the subordinate Factories; It appeared to be for Lands, Guns, Ammunition, Provisions, Household-stuff, and Remains of Stock,

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1680

    day, Charles King late of the said parish laborer assaulted Mary Mathews in the highway, and robbed her of "a Bengall gowne" worth eighteen pence, and two hempen aprons worth eight pence, of the goods and chattels of the aforesaid


    17 from bottom, for [French duty ] read [duty under 2 James II. c. 18 ] . 704, 1, for Bengall [Benhall ] read Benhall. 715, 18 from bottom, for Richard Topham read Richard [ sic for John ] Topham.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    morstinm, may lie hole to filed a cheese? And is there anything lie can do to sion' his gratitude in Bengall I Once lie wrote site rather a special letter, proposing relief it hind He had got irsto a little Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3rd Becegal Erur Rteg. William Bdeananimlt, 23rd Madica II LI Jehes Geioier,, 7tilt lienibay N 1. Williati Carileon Cruneby, 3rdI Bengall Euro Revg, Alexander Coroo Scott,, 70le BeigaL Nt 'diehomas Johna Nelleall, 4etta'BeregalN' I. JoleeThotnas Smith, CMadras Bellg. John Henry Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lancers, 11115 ofl'i'tt'- to give a cp, valie~ 50 p-itne-aS ob rnfri wlt SC-cIt s txb klaovn u as rckte "Bengall CaIvalyGrand Antnual." While insthe fourte-en years from 1857 to 18710 tile ntun1hcr of immigrants Into the, Arg-entine liepeblic was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Is. tld to 2S, 2d. Roes-About 100 puncheons sold-good Jamaoca at 3n.: Denrerpia, Is. Did.- . RICE.-On tho spot Bengall Cargoe soldt 08del. old Arracaus lIe. ede.; arid low old 'Rtngoon, o9. Gd.;. and `Blisna *doat St eN. 7id. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shareor to bemadesat a es% Interval than three months from a previous call. George B. Barry, Erq. (late of Serajgunge, Bengall, 0, Upper Hyde PAk Gardens. Even Macdonell, Esq., M.D. (late of the Opium Agricultural Depart- ment, Bengal), 20. fit. Subscribers-only content

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