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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, C, 01 January 1694-30 June 1695

    Captain Duncan James Capt. John Capt. Robert William Capt. William Campbells , the Campion , William Campsy , Lieut. Henry Camy , John Alexander Canada Canaries , the Candor , Peter Cante , Jeanne Canterbury churches of King's Head at Subscribers-only content

    William and Mary, April 1695, 01 April 1695-30 April 1695

    in Flanders. [ S.P. Ireland King's Letter Book 2, p . 34. ] April 30. Kensington. Commissions for John Alexander Camy to be ensign of Captain Lichtenberg's company in Sir Charles Grahame's regiment [ H.O. Military Entry Book 4, p Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    teidywood; good dwelling 9 cit doubotinted shop, excellent overL -45, Francis Road, Ri- bastan, did9 _U hore andround.-ist. CLair Stoenon, Camy: o -B reasons for givnog up.-Apply, I Halforl Stet, Stueth- wick c9&56 BLACMSMITH'S Business, having large mutration connection, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUS. It is said that Lord Dutteria has resigned his commission in Sysia, and that a hint has been flung out to the French Conmmissioner that it is fimo for him to followv suit.-Court Journoa. gSunday being the twenty Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Committee Boom of the Town Hall, yester- day afternoon, to appoint a committee and Officers tow the year IWO7 to Camy out the collectlona for mecal Charities. Mr. Bt. Holland RxMayor) presided; and th olwn etlmnwr mu: evda. I W~ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    70, HihSre. B .mnhm 7 *6Defendo non Provoostio." TNHE LICENSED VICTUALLERS' TEA AKSOCIALTION. Cootw OFsIOES AND WAlREoUSEa: SOUTHIIWRK STREET, S.E. Camy OFFICES, 2, MINCING LANE, and 39, FENCHUROH STREET, LONDON, 1.0. PAr21 DEP8T.:-1tUE MONT TEHA130R No. 6 "kserz.-National Provincial Bank Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Kempater, Rutherford. W. Jones, Tyrer, Kirton, Hadson, J. Cadbury, M'Kenzie, F. Schnadhorst, W. F. Bathe, &ac. In introducing General Camy, the CHAIRMAN remarked that in accepting the invitation of the United Kingdom Alliance to preside over the meeting, the Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Sanitary Commission of the United States Army: a succinct narrative of its works and purposes., 1864

    the Commission at the Convalescent Camy , Alexan¬ dria, Va. It covered the operations of Relief from January 17th to December 31st, 1863 . "During this period of twelve months 111,825 soldiers entered the camp, in passing from the military Subscribers-only content

    Letter, & c., 1820

    to i \ " Vide printed papers of La Societe de Bienfaisance ; also the Letter of Mr. John L' Camy , late President of the Society, to Dr. Lushington . T Vide Mr. Innis 's Evidence taken before Mr. Subscribers-only content

    Letter, & c., 1820

    French paper, published in Kingston , containing a full detail of the society's proceedings. 5th. Letter from Mr. John L. Camy , at present residing in Bourdeaux, to Dr. Lushington , explain¬ ing the whole nature of the society of Subscribers-only content

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