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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    :Cruise - &rl e gi' a' ' ' ' - , -'?' ? " 7 '' 1' ? .. - ?po - 'jt j It, t: " - " 11 . Si2 FAINT.-OCyn aiwyd Cyfarfod-kieol Brymbo. Gorphenaf I9egja'r2Ofed. Llywydd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    &c., gain y Parch.' D. Jones; Protestat Dis- I cussion -' (Dr. Cumming a French); Pickering's iRaees of-Men;, Hugh Miller'sc Cruise of the.Betsy.; ieto, Old;,Bed Sandstone.-': ..:Oddirth M. Phlllip Williams, Aberystwyt,. iBrownssi Concordance.; Spurgeon's Anecdotes; Myf. yrdodau Haillar yTTest.Newydd ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hyn eydd uwehlaw y nifer a geir yn gyff. redin i ddechreu colegau o'r fatb. Hysbyes Messrs Sonnenochein &e Co, 'Cruise of the Alert '-mordeithiau yn nyfroedd Patagonia, Polynesia, a Mascarene, gan R W Coppinger, meddyg ar fwrdd y gadlong Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Trip through Earope (2s.) ; ' Health Exhibition Literature: Vol. I, Health in the Dwelling'* (7s. 6c.); 'Report of the Cruise of the Challeenger, Vol. IX, Zoology,' a mown dwy gyfrol (Sp. 3s.) 'Practical Help for Infant 9 Teachers,' T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER CHAT. On Sonoday afternoon an a19ecting scene took place nieatr Kilngtl riL1. fem-ale, very fashionably dressed, wvith an infant at her hrea-i. served in angry converse with a gentleman, in tlie fields bv tbe , i, the Reteot's Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Preface

    a means of transferring property through the agency of an action or suit at law and it is defined by Cruise to be "an amicable agreement or composition of a suit, whether real or fictitious, between the demandant and tenant,

    Venice, May 1557, 1-10, 01 May 1557-10 May 1557

    reign. This proves the correctness of Dr. Johnson's interpretation of the word Cruise, v.n . To rove over the sea in search of plunder. His etymology of Cruise given to cruisers because they bore the cross, and plundered only infidels,

    George III, May 1762, 01 May 1762-31 May 1762

    English cruisers within sight of the Algerine coast. At the desire of the Dey, has appao inted Mr. Simon peter Cruise, the only British merchant established there, to act as consul until the arrival of the consul appointed by His Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 77, September 6-10, 1627, 06 September 1627-10 September 1627

    none. Fight which ensued between Capt. Alleyne, in the Adventure, and the ships of war which were convoying this fleet. Cruise to the north, and afterwards to the Dogger Bank, in search of French fishing vessels, but without finding any. Subscribers-only content

    America and West Indies, April 1716, 01 March 1716-30 March 1716

    these parts, and it was in a manner so many inhabitants lost from these Islands. The next island is St. Cruise which they say they have no knowledge off nor durst they go there to view it by reason of

 

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