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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y -haff bellelirol i lawr rhwng India'r Gorliewin a Panama, wedi colli trwy daraw ar graig ger y Ian, yn Bermuda. Yr oedd ar fwrdd y Ihestr - 1,000 o filidiruedd o'r rhaff grybwylledig, a chariai oddeutu 60 o ddwy-. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y, Goron uwohlaw Y cael eu twyllo. Ymddengys fod Llywodraethwr d Jamaica (Syr J. P. GRAINT) a'r Llyngesydd Prydeinig yn Bermuda wedi euihysbysu fod 400 a Indiaid wedi ymosod ar Carosol, a'u bod yn n bwriadu i ymwthio yn mhellach Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    blasen, oae yn Llun- d ro lain, yn 1813. Yreodd eynrythiolwyr ye Glasgow eddiwrtn yr Uwt h -ieTidad &eslynol & Bermuda, Channel slanods, Lesegr, gyfar- IniaoIelon Iosl oa, Nova Scstia, Scotland, Norh IndU Soia. Dingrdosaiad'odidyswdoinfo ~ed oei ddynt Cirolinar bynghy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gryf, fel na ellid yn ddiogel fyned ati. icr Derbyniwyd hysbystrydd oddiwrth Cadben Somer- my set, y swyddog Ilywyddol yn Bermuda, yn dweyd fod ol. y Ilong golledig wedi gadael yno ar y 6ed o Fawrth ar af, ei thaith Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ydoedd Mr. John M'Phie, a'r ail ydoodd Mr. Gregor; tea y cyfliwnid awydd atevard gan Dn Hilton Sherrington, brodor o Bermuda, a chyda'r uithniad o Sherrington yr oedd yr holl ddwylaw yn Ewropesid. Rhoddid ymddiriodaeth mawr ya Sherrington, gan ei Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 April 1730, 8 April 1730

    " Trade to the King, for encouraging the Importation " of Naval Stores from America." " The Eftablifhments: " 8. Bermuda. " 9. Bahama. "10. Leward Iflands. "ii. Jamaica. "12. Barbados. i( 13. Hudfon's Bay. " 14. Newfoundland. "15. Nova Subscribers-only content

    25 April 1738, 25 April 1738

    227 {• Copy of a- fhort State of the Captures of the Six " following Ships; the Sloop Endeavour, a Bermuda " Sloop, a Sloop of Anguilla, a Sloop of Antigua, a *c Sloop of St. Chrifiophcrs, The Friends Adventure; Subscribers-only content

    28 March 1740, 28 March 1740

    rency in that Ifland, dated November 9th, 1739." ** Extraft of a Letter from Mr. Popple, Governor ofand " The Bermuda IJ/ands, concerning the Rates of Gold " and Silver Coins in thofe lflands, dated 20th December, " I739-" Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    13 December 1753, 13 December 1753

    Upon reading the Petition öf Thomas Parfons Efquire, only Son and Heir of Thomas Parfons formerly of the Ifland of Bermuda, but late of London Merchant, de¬ ceafed, by Mary Parfons his Wife (formerly Mary Jones') Daughter of Francis Jones Subscribers-only content

    24 June 1789, 24 June 1789

    of the Council and Affembly thereto." t<. 3. •• Anfwers of a Committee of the Council and Affembly of the Bermuda IJJands to the Heads of En¬ quiry, refpefting the Treatment of Negro Slaves, he. &c. with Remarks of Lieutenant Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOPE, John (c.1684-1766), of Culdraines.

    3 Ft. Gds. 1708; lt.-col. 26 Ft. 1716-18; col. of a regt. of Ft. 1743-8; maj.-gen. 1754; lt.-gen. 1758; gov. Bermuda 1721-7; hereditary sheriff of Kinross-shire by 1715-47. Biography A younger son, Hope entered the army but sold his lieutenant-colonelcy

    RALEIGH, Gilbert (1622-c.75), of Rectory House, Downton, Wilts.

    £150. His wife came from a little-known branch of the numerous Goddard family, though her brother subsequently became governor of Bermuda. Even the date of Raleigh’s death can only be approximately inferred, for no will has been found, nor even

    GERARD, Francis (1617-80), of Clement's Inn, Mdx.

    the court of wards.[footnote]Gerard is unlikely to have sought re-election. On his father’s death he inherited a large plantation in Bermuda, as well as the Middlesex estate. He stood for the county as court candidate in September 1679, but withdrew

    CRAUFURD, James (c.1744-1811).

    Gds. and capt. 1766; capt. and lt.-col. 1775; lt.-col. 73 Ft. 1780-3; equerry to Queen Charlotte 1766-94; gov. Bermuda 1794-6. Biography Known at Eton as ‘Flesh’ to distinguish him from his elder brother ‘Fish’ Craufurd;[footnote] sometimes as the ‘young Fish’.

    BLACKETT, William (c.1620-80), of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumb.

    the country interest. In this session he was among those appointed to hear a complaint from four merchants against the Bermuda Company. In his only recorded speech he opposed the proposal of Thomas Neale for establishing a ballast shore at

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 14th February 1838

    , on his return from Munich, & after him, Sir Andrew Leith Hug, who is appointed to the Governorship of Bermuda . Afterwards Ld Melbourne came to me, & then I saw Ld Hill . Came home at ¼ to

    Saturday 8th September 1838

    had promised on their own however to remain in the Island. It was a great mistake Durham sending them to Bermuda . Spoke of the Review I want to have & Ld M. said he would write to Ld Hill

    Friday 7th September 1838

    so very kind to me. Ld Melbourne sat near me. Spoke of a Despatch from Sir Stephen Chapman , from Bermuda , stating the arrival of these prisoners Durham has sent, & not knowing what to do with them. He

    Thursday 15th April 1841

    Fitzroy Lennox, & Power, the actor were on board. There are still hopes that the ship maybe at Halifax or Bermuda . The poor Duke & Dss of Richmond must be in a terrible state of suspense about the wretched

    Sunday 28th May 1848

    of the day; this country, Ireland , (Mitchell being convicted under this new Bill, & sentenced to be departed to Bermuda which is a very good thing) - Italy , & in particular this Spanish mess, about which there is

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Atlantic Phoenix Lodge

    Flatt's Village, Bermuda, West Indies 1797 Freemasons' Hall, St. George's, St. George's Island, Bermuda, West Indies 1801 Masonic Rooms, Reid Street, Hamilton, Bermuda, West Indies 1810 Freemasons' Hall, Reid Street, Hamilton, Bermuda, West Indies 1848 Coffee House, Hamilton, Bermuda, West

    Prince Alfred Lodge

    (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Young's, Sandy Point, Somerset, St. George's Island, Bermuda, West Indies 1801 Sussex Hall, Somerset Bridge, St. George's Island, Bermuda, West Indies 1813 Masonic Hall, Mangrove Bay, Somerset Island, West Indies, West Indies 1845

 

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