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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yn Texas a Louisiana yn enwedig maent yn hynod o ymdrechgar. Cyrhaeddodd y telegram canlynol i New York o dalaeth Carolina Ddeheuol:-" Y mnae y Ddeddfwrfa wedi gohirio, er mwyn myned i Circus Robinson." Ymysg yr adeiladau harddaf a godir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t'. Mae y'^gefeilliaid Siamaidd, y rhai sydd wedi tynu cymainto sylw y blynyddoedd diweddaf, wedi dych- welyd iw cartref yn Carolina Ogleddol, America, heb gael eu'dadgyylltu oddiwrth en gilydd. Daethant drosodd i Ewrop er mwyn ymgynghori pa un a allent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Amera yei ddiweddasr maae telegranmio Washin g- tn yr wythnas hon yn' rroddi un-arall, o'r iodwedd fwyaf fgwaradwsrdi Mae Clyghorfa 'Carolina 3deh eol wedi mabwysiadn hysbysiad fod y Llyw. odraethwr Scott,,mwn undeb ,t'r trysorydd, Mr. Parker, wedi twyllo y Dalaeth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    achly~sur i redeg i yddfau eul ;' Dig- wydidodd .amgylchiad- ychyd1ig u 4iuy ol, mewn pentref bychan orenF g, ya Carolina.. Ddeh udl, yr hWn -ydd y eglnro beth o leiaf ywteimladau^ y dynion gwio t agat .y. pejpAi4. -mleegyt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pa fodd y tradd yr etholiad J. an - Ym'- ddengya fod ansierwydd mewn perthynais i bleidleisian tair o'r Taleithiau-Bouith Carolina, Louisiana, a Florida, a'r modd y pleidleisidd y tair hyn fydd yn penderfyvnu yr etholiad. Rbaid i'r ymgeisydd llwyddianus Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 17 [Merchants] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [South Sea.]

    Plantations. T Hese trade to Barbadoes , Antegoa, St. Christophers , Nevis , Montserrat , Jamaica , the Bermudes , Carolina , Virgina, Maryland , Pensilvania, New England , New York and Newfoundland . Their Trade also is very considerable,

    Book 5, Chapter 3 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. [The Societies.]

    , wherein are five English Counties, and five Dutch; New Jersey , East and West Pensylvania, Maryland , Virginia , Carolina , North and South; the Yammon Sea Indians, Newfoundland , Rhode Island , belonging to New York , Long

    Book 5, Chapter 16 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Merchants.]

    those imported; so likewise by the Plantations, as Barbadoes , Jamaica , Virginia , New-England , Maryland , New-York , Carolina , Pensilvania, Bermudos, St. Christopher , Nevis , & c. no less advantage is made by their Sugars, Tobacco,

    Book 6, Chapter 1 The Monastery of St. PETER.

    C. She dyed 1631 . Penelope, Wife of Randol ph Egerton of Betley in Cheshire , sometime Major General in Carolina ; she was Daughter of Rob . Needham , Vicount Kilmurry in Ireland , 1670 . All these Monuments

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    OGILVIE, Charles (c.1731-88), of Pall Mall, London

    Florida.[footnote]He held considerable lands and property in Carolina both in his own right and in that of his sons. In 1774 he visited the colony with his nephew George. While George remained in Carolina looking after his uncle’s business, Ogilvie

    ARCHDALE, John (1642-1717), of Temple Wycombe, Bucks.

    purchased Lord Berkeley of Stratton’s share in Carolina, making over the title to his infant son, Thomas*. In 1682–3 he accepted a commission from the Carolina proprietors to collect rents from North Carolina, where a number of Quakers had settled,

    CAMPBELL, Lord William (c.1732-78).

    1762. Ofifces Held Gov. Nova Scotia 1766-73, South Carolina 1773-6. Biography During the latter part of his service in the seven years’ war Campbell commanded H.M.S. Nightingale, based on Charleston, South Carolina, where he married a planter’s daughter, ‘esteemed one

    MISSING, Thomas (d.1733), of Stubbington, in Titchfield, Hants.

    that way and hath with reputation carried over a great many to America’, he should be engaged to transport yearly a number of Protestant Palatines to Carolina ‘and victual them till they can support themselves’.[footnote] He died 6 July 1733.

    JOHNSON, Nathaniel (c.1645-1713), of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumb. and Kibblesworth, Lamesley, co. Dur.

    1681 Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1685 Ofifces Held Dep. treas. Barbados by 1668; jt.-farmer of hearth-tax 1679-84; gov. Leeward Isles 1686-9, Carolina 1702-8. Ofifces Held Member of eastland co. Newcastle 1668, merchant adventurers 1669, freeman 1673; j.p. co. Dur. 1674-?86, collector of hearth-tax,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Whippingham

    Books, Cowes ), and until the outbreak of the American War of Independence Cowes was the favourite resort of the Carolina rice ships, 3,000 to 4,000 barrels being screened there and shipped to Holland and Germany . Albin, op. cit.

    Stoke Newington Growth Stoke Newington in 1814 Stoke Newington in 1848 Stoke Newington : evolution of settlement 1844-1904

    at Stoke Newington was searched in 1678 for seditious libels, was the son of an executed regicide and fled to Carolina . 80 There were 100 communicants in 1548 , 81 and during the 16th and 17th centuries burials averaged

    St. Briavels ST. BRIAVELS AND HEWELSFIELD 1840 St Briavels Village Area, 1608

    Sir Baynham Throckmorton settled it on three of his daughters, Elizabeth and Mary (both d. 1684) and Carolina . 2 In 1710 Carolina and her husband James Scrymsher sold the manor to Francis Wyndham , and Hathaways then descended once

    Index K-Z

    : E. J., Geo. Gilb., Scott-Russell fam. , Scowles , see Coleford scowles , old workings called, Plate Scrymsher : Carolina , see Throckmorton Jas., Scudamore : Eliz., see Rowles Wm., Mr. (fl. late 17th cent.), fam., Seabright , Thos.,

    Parishes Wilsford

    Druell. 55 By 1685 John Young and his wife Susan had acquired the estate. 56 In 1718 Cary (Carice) and Carolina Stewkeley were described as ladies of the manor and in 1730 C arice (d. c . 1733) alone was

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 December 1695, 20 December 1695

    this Houfe, to give an Account, whether, as " the Law now {lands, there be a fufficient " Power, in Carolina, Maryland, Penfilvania, " and other Plantations where there are Pro- " prietors, to colleft the King's Duty there; " Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1701, 3 May 1701

    It is Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Tempo- the Province of Carolina and The Bohume (/lands in 1 in Parliament affembled, That this Houfe will hear Ameriea; praying, " That he may be heard, uponMat- the faid Caufe, by Subscribers-only content

    7 May 1701, 7 May 1701

    2. 3- 4- 5- cc t( <i Maßachußt's Bay. Olivad I/land. Coneäicott. Eafi and Wefi New Jerfey. Penfihania. V 6. Carolina. " 7. Bohamia I/lands" The Lord Vifcount Longueville reported Lords Comm.ttees, the Bill, intituled, « Aa A< " regulating Subscribers-only content

    23 May 1701, 23 May 1701

    the Petition of John Earl of Bath on Behalf of himfelf and others, the Lords Proprietors of the Province of Carolina and The Bohemia Ifiands, in America: It is Ordered, by the' Lords Spiritual and Tempo¬ ral in Parliament affembled, Subscribers-only content

    31 May 1701, 31 May 1701

    by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament affembled, That Mr. Benjamin Durzy, Se¬ cretary to the Lords Proprietors of Carolina, do bring with him the Letters Patents granted of that Province, on Monday next, at Eleven a Clock in Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 3, page 237 (1563)

    to be made according to the law.The causes of heresies were committed to certain iudges and deputies.Item the chart called Carolina, and diuers other chartes and constitutions concerninge the liberties of the churche of Rome, beynge brought forth were approued

    K. Henry. 5. The Councell of Constance. Jhon Hus.

    to be made accordyng to the law.The causes of heresies were committed to certayne iudges and deputies.Item, the Chart called Carolina, and diuers other Chartes and constitutions concernyng the liberties of the churche of Rome, beyng brought forth were approued

    K. Henry. 5. The councell of Constance, with the decrees therein established.

    certain iudges and deputyes.And how chaūceth it that the charte of Constantines donation is not here mentioned.Item, the Chart called Carolina, and diuers other Chartes and constitutions concerning the libertyes of the Church of Rome, being brought forth were approued

    K. Henry. 5. The Councell of Constance.

    to be made accordyng to the law.The causes of heresies were committed to certaine iudges and deputies.Item, the Chart called Carolina, and diuers other Chartes and constitutions concerning the liberties of the Church of Rome, beyng brought forth were approued

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 05/07/1721

    Homine or American Gram and Water all the Week, and one small morsel of Meat every Sunday: He stole away from the Island of Jamaica, to the Continent of America , and travelling Four Hundred Miles from Carolina , along

    Ordinary's Account, 11/10/1752

    a brisk, and able Seaman , he after a while was taken on Board a Vessel bound from Virginia to Carolina , which at that Time wanted Hands; and he, and one or two more, sailed in her that Voyage.

    Ordinary's Account, 26/10/1720

    his Father to let him accompany him. Accordingly, he said, he went to the West-Indies , was at Virginia and Carolina , but went very little on Shore. He said he had once a full Design of remaining in New-England

    Ordinary's Account, 07/04/1742

    by their Persuasions practiced over again his old Roguery. He came but lately Home in a Man of War from Carolina , left the Ship and his Wages, which amounts to a pretty large Sum, for the Sake of his

    Ordinary's Account, 27/06/1720

    London , by snatching a Pocket from a Woman's Side: Being taken, he was try'd, condemn'd and transported to South Carolina ; but he immediately return'd from thence, he said, with the Consent of the Captain and the Person he

 

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