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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    States- The Railroad extends from Lake Superior, the great- est inland sea of the American Continent, to the P3 cific Coast, forming the shortest route between Eu. I rope, China, and Japan. The Land Grant of the Company traverses rich Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    extends fromn Lake Superior, the great- in' est inland sea of the American Continent, to the Pa 7 Y cific Coast, forming the shortest' rdute between Eu. 1 1; rope, China, and Japan. ' in The Land Grant of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    extends from Lake Superior, the grea. ei eat inland sea of the American Continent, to the Pa 1 o cific Coast, forming the shortest route between Eu. th rope, China, and Japan. n y The Land Grant. of the Company Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    States- The Railroad extends from Lake Superior, the grri- est inland sea of the Arnerican Contineut, to the Pa cific Coast, forming the shortest route betW ea Eu. rope, Chita, and 3Japan. The Land Grant of the, Company traverses rich. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 Bidge. --^ t: - ee- A~.eriirystwyth, Priee~netiling,aad ,~i --- - ',,',.I * :!i;!' F:e,-i or the-, Aberyetwsyth. eala ;Weh Coast Linmej~-q- ; ;;'; Y9- TlEH'OMiEAS'OW:EN 9MOr0Gf(ANti,i; E'lS-QUE9IR-E.-- - $Seond Editicoii Elaed, Ipred, aisd E]n~be11iabS wyith .Beauifudl' Stesel Engravingm. TMiWr Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    An Act for the better securing of the Trade of this Kingdom by Cruisers and Convoys. , 11 June 1743

    cruize (that is to fay) Nine Ships on the North Eaft Coast of Grz?zz/ £/•/>«» and Three Ships on the North Weft Coaft of G/vzz/ Ifo/^' hi fuch Stations, as fliall be directed by the Lord High Ad- miral of Subscribers-only content

    3 February 1817, 3 February 1817

    and " also what remained at Michaelmas 1816." 4. " An Account of Prohibited East India " Goods in the Coast, Swat, and Private Trade " Warehouse in New Street, Bishopsgate Street, in the " Port of London, imported from Subscribers-only content

    10 July 1817, 10 July 1817

    398 Journals of the House of Lords. ^.1817. " thereof notwithstanding : In Witness whereof, We " have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent: " Witness George Prince of Wales, Regent of " the United Kingdom of Subscribers-only content

    3 February 1818, 3 February 1818

    at Michael- " mas 1817." 2. " An Account of Prohibited East India Goods " taken out of the Bengal, Coast and Private Trade " Warehouses in New Street, Bishopsgate Street, and " the Custom House in the Port of Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1818, 5 May 1818

    618 a 2d time & committed: Journals of the House of Lords. ^.1818. Petition against it, referred to the Comee. D. Cam¬ bridge's An¬ nuity Bill. Duchess of Cumber¬ land's An¬ nuity Bill. Pardons under the Great Seal Bill. Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    General Advertisement

    James Tait , M.A., and A. F. Pollard History of Schools. A. F. Leach , M.A., F.S.A. Maritime History of Coast Counties. Prof. J. K. Laughton , M.A., M. Oppenheim , and others Topographical Accounts of Parishes and Manors. By

    Ashington Protestant nonconformity

    . 1672, 235. S.R.S . xlv. 146. W.S.R.O., Ep. I/26/3, p. 13. Worthing Gaz . 25 June 1894 ; Suss. Coast Mercury , 15 June 1895 ; W. Suss. Gaz . 10 Dec. 1981 ; Kelly 's Dir. Suss .

    Worthing

    Rep. Com . Coast Erosion , i (2), App. pp. 215, 272-3. Cf. e.g. Lancing , Introduction. e.g. The Times , 17 Dec. 1910 ; 14, 15 Dec. 1933 ; Worthing Surv . 180-1. Parry, Suss. Coast , 356. Rep.

    Worthing Growth of the town Worthing Town Center c. 1975 Worthing c. 1975

    ; 20 Sept. 1806 ; Parry, Suss. Coast , 353. Census , 1801, 1811. The Times , 31 Aug. 1802 ; Parry, Suss. Coast , 353-4. Cf. W.S.R.O., Add. MSS. 460-1. Parry, Suss. Coast , 353. Evans, Worthing ( 1805

    Worthing Social and cultural activites

    ), 89. Parry, Suss. Coast , 354; Mackcoull's Worthing ( 1811 ), 12. Mackcoull's Worthing ( 1813 ), 64-70. Shearsmith, Worthing , 21-2, 27; Wallis 's Worthing ( 1826 ), 9-10 and plan; Parry, Suss. Coast , 356. The Times

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

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    Book 6, page 1740 (1563)

    not without much trouble, yet (as god would) without burnyng, Whose names wer these.Persecuted ChristiansIohn MillesThomas HinshawR. Baily wolpackerRobert VVilleysHudleysT. Coast haberdas.Roger Sandey. The first. 7. wer brought forth to examinatiō before Boner, and so hauing their cōdēnation wer burnt, as

    Queene Mary. The story of Iohn Frith omitted in this history.

    worde from Stretham to my Lorde of Canterbury at Croyden in the euening of the prisoners escape and to what Coast hee is fledde. So that by the morning if hee haue any good lucke at all, hee will so

    The voyage of K. Rich. Contention in the Popes Church. The othe of the 2. kings.

    his nauy to meet him. Frō thence crossing ouer to Genua, where þe Frenche king was, passed forward by the coast of Italy, and entered into Tyber not farre from Rome, where meeting wt Octomanus Cardinall and Byshop of Hostia,

 

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