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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EVERY LAND UNDER THE SUN. 300 Horses and Ponies, 15 Deres of Wild Pnimals, A Herd of Performing Elephants and Camels, More distinct novelties presented at one per- formance than at any other Establishment in this country. WTWO OIRGUS R.INGS Subscribers-only content

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    OF Tiir CAMEL.-Strings of camels are continually passing, each comprising about forty-five, and beaded by a man upon an ass, who leads the first: the others being mostly connected by slight cords. It is a beautiful sight to see the Subscribers-only content

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    -Fussell Jackson 7. The Cid .' Son of my Soul ! " - Harvey Jackson count it."-I Harvey Jackson 9. Camels - -.-- - - - Jauvia Nugent 10. Louis X IV and his Bedchambir; from Laborde.s " Versaila" - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lovely ladies iWl distrnssh interest nduthrough- out-thepmoersw; by their 'vilanies, -defeated- and successful, by their evo'irtuIes, persecuted and re- warded. Camels, elephants, banyan trees, mungo- topes, and a thousand of the strange fantastic "properties " of the Indian-drama, are skilfully Subscribers-only content

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    of their attraction. For this year they are particularly good. Mr Lewis's two desert scenes, Halt on the Desert and Camels and lBedouins, we are disposed to name first for the strong hold they take on the memory. The idea Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    East Indies, December 1616, 01 December 1616-31 December 1616

    should know. Unreasonable charges for conveyance of goods from Agra to Surat, and the factors ' expenses; the cost of camels, guards, & c, 500 l . sterling; the same at Ahmedabad in proportion, for every factory keeps servants, horses,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 11, 10 May 1661, 10 May 1661-10 May 1661

    Solomon's Wisdom had filled the Neighbour Nations, the Queen of Sheba could not contain Herself at Home; but, with many Camels, laded with Spices, with Gold, and precious Stones in Abundance, She comes to Solomon , to commune with Him

    Index, P, 01 January 1617-31 December 1621

    -, interludes and pastimes in, 753. -, articles of proposed treaty with, 369. -, camel hire in, 812 see also Camels. -, capitulations for trade in, 446, 584. -, privileges granted by Shah Abbas to English in, 753. -, want

    Index, C, 01 January 1513-31 December 1616

    1613: 634 -, letters to 1611: 595 1612: 622, 624 628 1613: 635 637 -, Rich., brother of, 899, 930 Camels , 17, 1186, 1188 -, cost of (on a journey), 1177 Cameran , 551 Campayo , Francisco, 716, 745

    Index, C, 01 January 1617-31 December 1621

    in, 221. -, letter dated from, 72. Cambridge , 743. Camden , Edmund, p. 97, 278. -, Richard, p. 97. Camels , 64-5, 69, 74, 92, 122, 213, p. 120, 339, 606, p. 306, 790, 811, 830, 992. -, will

 

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