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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 11, 12 December 1694, 12 December 1694-12 December 1694

    the Descent of the French since the War, have been very great; insomuch that, about Two Years since, by an Earthquake, about 700 Houses and 2,000 Inhabitants of Port-Royall were swallowed up, with all their Riches; and, by a Descent

    Index of Subjects, E

    Earthenware , duty on. See Glass. Earthquake , at Jamaica, 307. East India Company , 36. Deputy Governor of, 5, 6, 7, 57. Governor of, 5, 6, 8, 38, 57, 243. loans by, 39, 41. saltpetre and powder bought by,

    Index of Subjects, E

    Earthenware , duty on. See Glass. Earthquake in Jamaica , 349. EAST INDIA COMPANY The Old Company: assessment on, to the Third 4 s . Aid, 74, 286. certificate by, 364. General Court of, 25. Governor of, 233. saltpetre to

    Index of Subjects, E, 01 January 1703-31 December 1703

    (Earl of Carlisle), 351. Earthenware , duties on. See Glass Wares. Earthquake , at Jamiaca, 299, 461. East India Company , ambassadors of, maintenance of, 206. capital stock of, assignment of, 119. Committees of, 79. Directors of, 60, 79, 97.

    America and West Indies, July 1701, 11-15, 01 July 1701-31 July 1701

    quarters and doe intend to levy the money soe to be given on the Treasure which was gathered in the Earthquake; that the House have sent orders to several of the then Commissioners, who are now Councillors, to lay their

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    urged to parchase it, as also the Year Book (Welsh). The churches were urged to complete the collection towards the Earthquake Fund as early as possible. The report of the Temperance Committee was adopted, arranging among other matters that an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A., gave reparts of Foreign Mission o n which is the highest on record viz. £114 2I g d (a) Earthquake Fund £2S 7s. Id; (b) B'la C°ll59" n £204 9s. 43. S. S. examination was fi.ted 15th AP A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to make good collections. The Presbytery Collections made in the Presbytery towards the Home and Foreign Missions, including the special Earthquake Fund were read by Rev J H Davies and Mr W Hf Wilcocks. New Trustees were appointed for deeds Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    brin, meddai, sydd i ddysgtn tonau a Salm-donau oni wneir ar y Sabbath. Ceir ysgrif ar " Assam after the Earthquake," yn " Monthly Reporter " Cyrndeithas y Beiblau. Dangosir effeithiau y ddaeargryn mewn ffordd darawiadol gyda darluniau o adeiladau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is moreover a soldier, becomes laughable. ADELPnmr Or Monday evening, a new piece was produced at this theatre, called The Earthquake, or the Phantom of the Nile; and a more vapid, u-` operatic spectacle" has rarely occupied the boards of Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Modern Colchester Introduction The growth of the built-up area

    the later 20th century. 8 Colchester achieved national fame in 1884 when it was the town most affected by the earthquake which lasted for several seconds at 9.20 a.m. on April 22 , when '. . . the ground and

    Wivenhoe Charities for the poor

    W. White , Rep. on the East Anglian Earthquake of 1884 ( Essex Field Club Special Memoirs, i), p. 22: copy in E.R.O.; Essex Tel . 26 Apr. 1884 , pp. 18-22; Earthquake in Essex 1884 , 12 pictures of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DAWKINS, James (1722-57), of Laverstoke, nr. Whitchurch, Hants.

    Physical and Moral upon the various ... Phenomena ... which have happened from the Earthquake at Lima to the present time. It argued that the Lisbon earthquake of 1755 was God’s punishment for mankind’s disobedience of the Mosaic law.[footnote]He sat

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    The Case of Mr. Jeronimy Clifford, Merchant and Planter of Surinam., 1 August 1714

    \at the time I bought the fame, was then worth about 1 o Guilders ^y Acre, at the time the Earthquake was in ^zzzzzzz/'czz; and now fince the fame Land is worth 70 Guilders ^er Acre, it being very rich Subscribers-only content

    28 November 1755, 28 November 1755

    a certain Account of the fatal and de¬ plorable Event which happened at Lisbon ron the Firft Inftant by an Earthquake, which has laid wafte almoft the whole City, and deftroyed many Thoufands of the Inhabitants, in Confequence where¬ of! Subscribers-only content

    5 March 1832, 5 March 1832

    that the golden Domes of the rich Establishment of « the Protestant Church may not be overwhelmed with '« an Earthquake which will leave no Trace of the Edifice ** behind:" It is Ordered, That the said Petition do lie Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    Poor Hope, who was at Port Royal on board an African Trader when Port Royal was swallowed up by an Earthquake; he was a young Lad of Ten or Twelve Years old, and he died only the other Day; that Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Eighth, Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh Volumes of the Journals of the House of Commons

    Committee, XI. 184. 1954, of Merchants and Planters concerned in the Ifhnd of Jarraica. lepreknting t' eir Lofs by the Earthquake at Port Royal, when feven hundred Houfes and two thoufand Inlubi- tants were fwallowed up; and that the French, Subscribers-only content


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