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  • * British History Online * *

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    James 1 - volume 93, September 1617, 01 September 1617-30 September 1617

    Windsor, and is now gone to London. Sept. 17. Duesy. 92. Pass by the Archbp. of St. Andrews, for Edm. Canna, an Irish Franciscan, who has been prisoner in Edinburgh Castle, to go into France or Flanders, on condition of Subscribers-only content

    James 1 - volume 123, October 1621, 01 October 1621-31 October 1621

    Grant Bk., p . 339. ] Oct. 25 . Yarmouth. 56. Bailiffs, & c. of Yarmouth to the Council. Edm. Canna, a Franciscan priest, has landed from a Dundee sloop, and wished to proceed in her to Zealand, but the Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 01 January 1696-31 December 1696

    Alexander Capt. Daniel Elizabeth James Capt. Joshua Mary Campbell of Cesnock , Sir George Campedelent (co. Suffolk), manor of Cana (Canna), James Canales , Marquis de, letter from Canaries , the ships from Canon , Patrick Canterbury pass to victuallers Subscribers-only content

    Index, C, 01 January 1619-30 June 1623

    of Argyle Robt. Father Canada "Cancellaria Hispanica," Candia Candles , custom on Candleshoe , wapentake of Cann , Ant. du Canna , Edm., Franciscan priest Cannons , Ashby Canon , Thos. (priest) Canons Canterbury aliens in, see Aliens. Audience Court Subscribers-only content

    Schedule of place names, A - F

    Schedule of place names A - F Schedule Of Place-Names. ABBOT'S LAND, The; otherwise the Back. A tenement in the manor of Roath-Keynsham; situate on Roath Moor and belonging to Pengam (1702, 1703.) ADAM'S-CROFT. Fifteen acres of land at

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Let.,I .5. 'with fares buildings, noacl houme gardenl do.. and line old tur Lin'ae 3,acres.-APppiy, Frank tmih andl Wilson, 37, Canna 5 Styc~,Biringhamn. c5gS -A ae VOAW~RTH (near Khngawisod, G.W.R. Statien(.T Let, r0 en, 'atesby House' good family .residence; chrigcountry. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    passage to London. There wLas a dense fog at the time. As soon as the mist lifted her Majesty's ship Canna was despatched from Sheerness torender assistance She was, however, preceded by the steamship Cologne, which succeeded in towing the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the orchid. A special feature is the excellent coloured plates. Those in I this number are " Indian Shot" (Canna, Louis Thibaut, and Victor Heuo), a fine showy group; "Begonia-' John Heal,' ' "Strachey's Starwort," "Bouvardias-I'resideut Cleveland and Mrs, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E many climes are represented. There is the castor- toil plant, with big spreading leaves on rich-brown s stems; the Canna, or Indian shot plant, whose t seeds are harder than ivory, and are actually used as shot by certain Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    States that the distressing news recently reccived from Crete has bocn conlirmcd by the testimony of the i:lnglish Consul at Canna. The press of Athens coultmnues to deuno':n00 the aims and actions of thle i'orte as inspired by luostility to Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Index, 22 January 1828

    andGlanroe; Killursa; and Mill town, 78.—Roman Catholic Bishops of Ireland ; and St. Mary, Limerick, 82 Sligo; StradballyandEsker; Kilcoman and Canna; Fermoy; Bruff, &c; Mount Melick and Castlebrack; Kildimo, &c.; St. John's, Sligo; Castletown, &c.; Adare; St. Peter's and St.Mary's, Subscribers-only content

    Copy of Consultations and Correspondence relative to Mr. Auriol's Agency, for supplying Rice, &c. to the other Presidencies., 26 January 1787

    Fort St. George, 28th April 1784, Sworn before me, this Day. (Signed) Alex' Davidfon, Jufiicc. TRANSLATION of a Declaration of Canna Condcin, the Syrang of a Sloop called Jagennanyacorlee. In the Year 1782, Month of December, have got the Rice Subscribers-only content

    Minutes of evidence, 11 March 1793

    Buffunt, and was bringing him back, but on the Road, about two Cofs from the Village of Hawty, and near Canna, the Men of the Village of Choukay, near 400 in Number, gathered together in order to refcue the faid Subscribers-only content

    Appendix To The Second Article of Charge., 22 May 1765

    8 R* 10 By Muzaffur Jung, the ill ditto, Sun 12 — — 30 40 Neahmut hoolah, Burburdar of Cullamdun Canna, by the Duftakut of Nabob Soiffat Dowla, the ill Robeewall Awall, Sun 7 — — Mahmud Wauker, by ditto, Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, No CCVIII., 22 May 1765

    the King. 2d. The Company to be Guarantees of any Engagements entered into. 3d. The Niabut of the Vizarut Tope Canna and GofTul Conna to be given to Nudjif Cawn. 4th. All the Nabob Aufup ul Dowhh's Negociations with the Subscribers-only content

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