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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hambarg, ar ddeall fd. Llyw S el odraeth Germnani wedi rhoddi gorchymyn i dair ,llestr er ryfel fyned .allan i Brazils, mewnzcanlyniad i anghyd d g-P welediad sydd wedi tolri allan rhwng y Iddwy wliad S, yn aches morwyr Germanaidd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dr. Hessel wedi ymuno feB caplan gyda ,u 11yth o ymfudwyr Garmanaidd oeddynt yn Lu myned i sefydlu trefadigaeth yn Brazils.. Tar- awodd y hastr ar y Goodwin Sands, a throdd iRamsgate i gad hadgyweirio. Canfyddodd u. rh ,v ri, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ymbhlith gwaf hanol wythau o'r Indicid Cochion, a hyny yn unig yn Nbalaethau Gogledd America and yn Mex co, y Brazils, yr Aipbt, ac hyd yn nod India a Siam. Y tebygol rwydd pretonol vn Dghyklh e dechreuad ydyw, ea Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tie con- t~ierrcea relates to a medaltion of t'e diffierences between Spaii nd Porrtirgal, and to the afRairs of the Brazils. It .4uiv;Irs tirat tf.e departure of the Duke of Wellington for .AaIimn-v is dlefrrred. I-eter from Baruclona state. that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be done hy." TNo particulars, later than the 17th of April. are a'cer- taed of the revolution in tihe F Brazils. It is now said ir i.wver, thiat up. to that period Parp.,cunn co was tLe oily prosinie which is Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Journal, December 1713, Journal Book Q, 01 December 1713-31 December 1713

    the Brazils, that would make the price of negro ' s in our plantations (where there is a great demand for them) much dearer; that it is our interest that the price of negro ' s at the Brazils should

    Journal, July 1737, Volume 46, 01 July 1737-31 July 1737

    company's memorial, relating to a proposal for supplying the Brazils with Negroes, read the 8th inst., and Mr. Hayes acquainted the Board that at present the Portuguese settlements in the Brazils are supplied with Negroes by ships, who come from

    Affairs of the East India Company, Appendix C No. 40

    2,22,768 47,93,886 50,16,654 9,67,099 52,88,929 62,56,028 11,49,890 57,99,449 69,49,339 5,03,434 90,59,375 95,62,809 South America 2,96,598 1,44,225 4,40,823 4,54,084 9,92,182 14,46,266 Brazils 1,57,110 13,41,093 14,98,203 19,323 1,38,648 1,57,971 4,96,109 9,12,054 14,08,163 1,78,241 11,50,273 13,28,514 62,437 24,42,188 25,04,625 1,14,704 22,29,839 23,44,543 25,743

    Journal, August 1716, Journal Book S, 01 August 1716-31 August 1716

    Secretary Methuen. Memorial. Portugal Ambassador. Brazils. Merchants summoned. A letter from Mr. Secry. Methuen of the 9th instant, referring to the Board a memorial from the Portugal Ambassador, relating to the trade to the Brazils, was read, together with the

    Journal, September 1716, Journal Book S, 01 September 1716-30 September 1716

    Peter Delme. Queries. Brazils. A letter from Sir Peter Delme, dated this day, relating to the queries communicated to him and other Portugal merchants the 21st of the last month about our trade and settlements in the Brazils, was read.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 April 1797, 28 April 1797

    or Balances. " Q. Does not this Change in the Trade with the " Brazils contribute to diminifh the Quantity of Gold " exported from the Brazils to Portugal " A. Naturally it fliould do fo: but I am not Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1797, 28 April 1797

    the Brazils. I can fay nothing as to the Quantity imported. " The Laws are very fevere in the Brazils, and the Gold muft all go through the King's Mint. " Q. Are not the Imports from the Brazils to Subscribers-only content

    17 June 1808, 17 June 1808

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords. ^.1808. QueenAnne's Bounty, Ac¬ counts re- fpefting, de¬ livered. " and for granting certain Powers to the faid Com- " miffioners." The faid Amendments were read by the Clerk, as follow ; {videlicet) Subscribers-only content

    17 June 1808, 17 June 1808

    Bill is the fame as that now de¬ pending before this Houfe, or in what Refpeds it differs therefrom : Brazils Trade Bill. L. Bp. Carlifle* L. Bp. Exeter, L. De Clifford* L. Hay. L. Holland. L. Brownkw. L. Dynevor. Subscribers-only content

    23 June 1808, 23 June 1808

    the Houfe of Lords. 759 Brazils Trade Bill. Cianmor- vote at Elec¬ tions of Peers for Ireland. Bill. After fome Time, the Houfe was refumed : And the Lord Walfingham reported from the Com¬ mittee, " That they had gone Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ELLIS, Henry (1788-1855).

    Conservatives in 1841, he persuaded Lord Aberdeen, the foreign secretary, to allow Ellis to head a trade delegation to the Brazils, maintaining that no other diplomat knew more of "the true principles of commercial policy'. He concluded his testimony by

    BARING, Alexander (1773-1848), of The Grange, nr. Alresford, Hants and 82 Piccadilly, Mdx

    the Mr. Baring who complained of the financial burden imposed on British merchants to support the consular service in the Brazils, 15 July 1822. Following the suicide of Lord Londonderry, the foreign secretary and leader of the Commons, Baring doubted


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