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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 25 April 1604, 25 April 1604-25 April 1604

    then declared it by Parliament. 13. If a new Name, a new Kingdom ; as, of an Island, Discovered, Conquered, Desolate, depopulate, & c. Moved at the Committee, but not agreed : - As the King hath made a Project

    Index, A - K

    relative to the maintenance of a minister at; ii. 331. Ireland , number of the inhabitants transported, i. iv. n. Desolate state of, ib. n. remarks on, iii. 229, 230 n. Account of the expedition under Henry II. to, 237

    America and West Indies, February 1707, 01 February 1707-28 February 1707

    own Personal interest, hath in great part accomplished a very difficult undertaking, by cultivating and improving what before was a Desolate Wilderness into a well peopled Colony; which by an increase of trade, as appears by the accounts of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    frawdar 'ai ddawisiad, cc nsd oeddyn cael 'r sei hun fol John Gilpin ar ddydd ei brioedas, - n . Desolate and forlorn, ., . . 'r 4.',Y gwaheddwr a'i briod agyygiwyd. gan 'Patch. L Edwards, M.A. Cyfeiniodd at haalioni Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the sub- jects that engage it. Here is Sir Edward Bulwer's "Ode to a Leafless Tree in June"- " Desolate tree, why are thy branches bare ? What hast thou done To win strange winter from the summer air, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    after all was done. 1'll wait till the firmament comes down. Dami. What shape Of desolate agony approaches now ? The shape of ' Desolate Agonv' is that of Matilda, the Tuscan Countess. Her troops have been Gre- gory's main Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    two following are also in melancholy strain, and set to as delicate though different music. TO A WITMHY REn flJU. Desolate tree! why are thy branches bare l What hast thou done To win strange winter from the summer air, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5 s. cloth gilt TITTLE SAVAGE (The). By Capt. L MA nYAe. The Adventures of a Boy left on a Desolate svniad. Illustrated by John Gilbert. Price I6, cloth gilt, C HILDREN of the NEW FOREST. By - Capt. MARnAsrA Subscribers-only content

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