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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Varuna,"' yr hon oedd yn rhwym Vr porth- lad'd hwnw i Galverston, yn Teias. ''Pan i6edd y llestr gyfe:rbyn glanai£ Florida, 'cdoddan ys"tor ddychrynllyd-gorchuyddid'hi galn4y tonan, 3 suddodd yu ,sydyn tra yr. oet yr'holl deitlA4vyr jn eu gwely- zu. Ni Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    heb gae en har ogi. r oedd gwnenthuriad yr Alabama s'r Florida yn prafi en bod wedi eu bwriada i ddibenion rhyfel, and ni ddygwyd tystiolaeth am y Florida eyn ei hymadawiad. Daeth y dyatiolaeth am yr Alabama ~mlaen yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bod wedi ar- fogi y Florida; a'r Florida ydyw 3 r unig lestr ag y dygir y cyhuddiad yn ein herbyn iddi yn uniongyrchol dderbyn ei harfau oddiyma. Nid yw y cwestiwn a arfogwyd y Florida ai peidio yn penderfyriu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . Cytlafareddwyr Itali, Switzerland, Brazil, a'r Unol Daleithiau, vn erbya Cyflafareddwr Itrvdain Fawr, dedfrydwyd ni ' y achos y " Florida ;"-a thrwy fwyafrif o dri yn erbyn dau, sef CyfIafareddwvr Itali, Switzerland, a'r Unol Daleithiau, yn erbyn Cyilafareddwyr Brazil Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    afon Mississippi; ac o ba ua y cerir hwynt yn awr, Qn ai o amgylch llwybr dolenog a pherylus y Florida, neu dros tfordd heiarn o 1,200 neu 1,500 o filldiroeld i New York a Baltimore, am lawn cymaint o Subscribers-only content

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    & manners, that reasoners like L d Coke would fetch over institutions instruction in in this mystery upon rafts from Florida or Mexico , As Indian Britons come from Penguins Hudibrass if they did not hear by good luck of

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 December 1707, 17 December 1707

    £. 25.: But the Ship, proving leaky by long lying, was loft in her Paffage Home, in the Gulph of Florida ; which Lofs, in the Ship and Goods, was computed to amount to £. 2500. to the Owner Mr. Subscribers-only content

    17 December 1707, 17 December 1707

    Port Royal to Port Morant, ray Ship put to Sea, and in her Paffage was loft in The Gulph of Florida ; which Lofs to me, in Ship and Goods, I compute to be about Two Thoufand Five Hundred Pounds, Subscribers-only content

    22 February 1738, 22 February 1739

    to his " Grace the Duke of Newcqflle, dated 2I2 ofSb"~f' '73^> " touching the Limits of Carolina and of Florida ; with 'i the Anfwers which have been given thereunto. " Alfo, a Copy of a Memorial, or Reprefentation, Subscribers-only content

    26 February 1738, 26 February 1739

    concluded between " Great Britain and Spain, it is agreed, " That the Regu- " lation of the Limits of Florida and Carolina fliould be " committed to the Plenipotentiaries, finally to regulate " the refpedtive Pretentions of the Two Subscribers-only content

    1 March 1738, 1 March 1739

    being " obliged to keep a direct Courfe, without coming near (C " Sthly, Becaufe the referring the Limits of Florida and Carolina to the Plenipotentiaries, feems to call in Queftion our Right to Poffeffions which we have fo long Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GRANT, James (1720-1806), of Ballindalloch, Banff.

    was a change of measures to mine, and East Florida, which I have taken so much pain about for seven years, would dwindle to nothing.He wrote to Brigadier Haldimand in West Florida, 20 Oct. 1770:[footnote] ‘I think I shall hardly

    ROLLE, Denys (?1725-97), of Stevenstone, Devon

    a ‘sure friend’, 10 May 1764.In May 1764 he obtained a grant of 20,000 acres at St. Mark’s in East Florida with directions to settle 200 white persons in 10 years; and on 10 June, accompanied by 14 settlers, embarked

    BALFOUR, Nisbet (1743-1823), of Denboign, Fife.

    93 Ft. 1794, 39 Ft. 1794, lt.-gen. 1798, gen. 1803. Ofifces Held Commr. to examine into losses of loyalists in Florida c.1786. Biography Balfour, the last of his line, distinguished himself in the American war, at the conclusion of which

    GRANT, James (1720-1806), of Ballindalloch, Banff.

    Ft. 1775; maj.-gen. (in America) 1776, maj.-gen. 1777, lt.-gen. 1782; col. 11 Ft. 1791-d.; gen. 1796. Ofifces Held Gov. East Florida 1763-73, Stirling Castle 1798-d. Biography Grant, with a distinguished though controversial military career in America behind him, took with

    WYNTER, Edward (c.1560-1619), of Lydney, Glos.

    temporarily exchanged command of his ship for that of a company of soldiers. The expedition later plundered the coast of Florida and returned home with booty worth £60,000.[footnote]When it became apparent that there was no immediate prospect of further excitement

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Fourteenth Regiment of Foot

    Warrant was renewed 20 March 1777. Notes (2): This Number appears in the Ahiman Rezons of 1804, 1807 and 1813, but the Lodge had ceased to exist. Meeting Places Fourteenth Regiment of Foot 1759St. Augustine's, Florida, U.S. of America 1776

    no name is given

    (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Returned to the late G. Sec., the fees of Warrant No. 204, it not being received at St. Augustines. G. Stew. Min., 19 January 1780. Meeting Places St. Augustine, St. Augustine, Florida 1778

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

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    Book 1, page 23 (1583)

    Iam veniet magni seriem dum colligit æuiPosteritas, quam longa tenet custodia famæ,Dumq; tui monumenta legit (venerande) laboris,Magnanimósq; duces, medios petita per ignesSydera, te ventura simul mirabitur ætas,Et veterum sacras imitabitur æmula laudes.Scilicet æthereas ardentia pectora flammas,Non ignes alij, non


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