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  • * British History Online *

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    & c. 1 Jac. II. c . 17. 13. exp . 20 Cobacco and Sugar See Customs. Connage and Poundage See Customs. Subsidies. Connage of Ships Statute Page For granting certain Rates and Duties upon, for securing certain Recompenses and

    Index, M

    Act . 47. 581 Master of the Crown Office See Court of King's Bench. Crown Office. Measuring of Ships See Connage of Ships. Metal made of English Dre only See Exportation. Militia and Crained Bands Pages Statutes, 2 W. &

    Index, U & V, W, Y

    For granting an additional Duty upon Wine, for Three Years. 30 Car. II. c . 2. exp . 883 See Connage and Poundage. Woods Statute Page For the Punishment of unlawful cutting, stealing, or spoiling of Wood and Underwood, and

    Index, C

    c 13 1. See 43. G. III. c . 68. 1. 49 G. III. c 98. 1. Coasting Trade See Connage of Ships. Cocoa Duts Coffee See Customs. Coin Statute Page To prevent counterfeiting and clipping the Coin of this

    Historical Collections, 1628 (part 5 of 7)

    Parliament, whereby your Majesty hath been deprived of the faithful Counsel, and free Aids of your People, by taking of Connage and Poundage, without grant thereof by Act of Parliamen t, ever since the beginning of your Majesty's Reign to

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Jamaica under the apprenticeship system, 1838

    9, 1837 . " Hon. T. J. Bernard , master, v. Willam Connage , ap¬ prentice, for desertion. " Hon. Thomas James Bernard , sworn-stated, that William Connage was residing on the pen, called Bernard Lodge , and absented himself Subscribers-only content

    Jamaica under the apprenticeship system, 1838

    weakness of his adversary's, title. " Mr. Bernard was permitted to amend his case, by in¬ serting, after ' Wm. Connage was,' the words, 'an ap¬ prenticed labourer in witness's possession.' " Mr. Harvey urged, that although evidence of posses¬ Subscribers-only content

    Jamaica under the apprenticeship system, 1838

    there has been no due registration, the court must be held to have jurisdiction. " By Mr. Harvey .-Has Wm. Connage been included in the registry of 1832 ? " Mr. Bernard declined to answer this question, because, first, the Subscribers-only content

    Jamaica under the apprenticeship system, 1838

    under the abolition law. " James Melard, sworn. " Did you make the search of the registration of one Wm. Connage in the registry-office?" " Mr. Bernard objected to that evidence being received, because the Special Magistrates were not authorised Subscribers-only content

    Jamaica under the apprenticeship system, 1838

    of Wm. Connage . " By the Court.-Were you sufficiently acquainted with all the interests of the family you have named, to enable you to say, whether all the search possible has been made, to prove that Wm. Connage is Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    certainly kill myself with laughing.' A PARAGRAPH FOR ANTIQuAsIEs.-The other day, a labourer employed cutting drains on the farm of Connage, in the moss of Petty, turned up, from a depth of about three feet, three bronze relics of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P., 281 ft. ; breadth ex- treme, 31ft. 6in. ; depth in hold, 24ft. 6in. ; ditto moulded, 25ffc. 9in/; Connage, 0.M., 1,647 tons ; ditto, gross N.M., 1,858 tons. She is classed 100 Al at Lloyd's as a three-decked Subscribers-only content

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