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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 December 1831, 16 December 1831

    September 1831." " No. 4. Copy of a Circular Despatch from Viscount Goderich to the " Governors of Trinidad, British Guiana, St. Lucia, the Cape of Good " Hope and the Mauritius, dated Downing Street, 5th November 1831, " transmitting Subscribers-only content

    29 March 1832, 29 March 1832

    Viscount « Goderich, dated Trinidad, 13th July 1831." " British Guiana. " No. 18. Copy of a Despatch from Major General Sir B.D'Urban " to Viscount Goderich, dated British Guiana, 1st August 1831." " St. Lucia. " No. 19. Copy Subscribers-only content

    11 August 1832, 11 August 1832

    Amount, for the Purposes and in the Manner '* therein mentioned ; and for giving Relief to Trinidad, " British Guiana and St. Lucie •" to which they desire the Concurrence of this House. The said Bill was read the Subscribers-only content

    13 August 1832, 13 August 1832

    limited Amount, for the Purposes and in the Manner «• therein mentioned; and for giving Relief to Trinidad, " British Guiana and St. Lucie " The said Bill was accordingly read a Second Time. Ordered, That the said Bill be Subscribers-only content

    14 August 1832, 14 August 1832

    Amount, " for the Purposes and in the Manner therein mentioned ; " and for giving Relief to Trinidad, British Guiana and " St. Lucie;" and praying, "That their Lordships will " be pleased not to grant the Measure of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    law 50 tunall, 14,732 o lestri, yn cano oil 4,410,394 o dunelli Mae Mr. C. B. Brown, daearegwr yn British Guiana, yn ei ymchwiliadau yn ddiweddar wedi dar- ganfod rhaiadr anferth o nchel, ar yr afon Potaro, cangen o'r Essequihe. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lloegr a b Chymru. a 79,334 yn Iwerddon. r Maent wedi darganfod rbaiadr 2,000 o droedfeddi o auchder yn British Guiana, yr hon sydd felly ddeuddeg n gwaith nwch na'r Niagara. .r Yn nghynbadledd yr Anghydffurfwyr yn Crewe yr e Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    na hyny y mae I Ffraine eisoes wedi penderfynu gweyd ynya- bedl New Hebrides, Caledonia, y Marquesas, y Phu.Qaoc, a Guiana yn lleoedd i alltudia ei throseddwyr. Y mae gan y Llywodraeth Ffren- gig tua chan' mil o'r eymeriadau, gwaethaf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    newydd gwlb'hau cyfleithiad ya cyflawn o'r Testament Newydd i iaith Ohenyanj,. yn Ymddeogys fod gwaith y Moraviaid* yn Dutch Yn Guiana yn dwyn gwedd o lwyddiant eydd bran yn ,,d. eithriadol. Yn y brfddinas, Peramaribo; y mae i iganadynt 10,000 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dwyreinbarth Aifrica. Syrthiodd yntan yn aberth iPr oiefyd, Hysbysir hefyd fod y Wesleyaid wodi colli coehadwr ieuanc addawol yn British Guiana, yn marwolaetb y Parch. Griffith H. Jones, yr hwn nad oadd ond 27 mlWydd oed. Adroddir ff%.th ddyddorol o Subscribers-only content

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    JB/096/190/001

    Trirmin , Description de Surinam . Amsterdam 1769 8 vo Vol. 1. p. 47. 1. also Bancrift ' account of Guiana If the justice of this Genippa would keep, or the plant grow of which the Author gives a description

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 17 Tower of LONDON. Occurrences.

    was (by King James I .) allowed (upon his earne st Desire) to fetch Gold from a certain Mine in Guiana, in the West-Indies; wherein he miscarried. After which, King James gave way to the Sentence of Death executed upon

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Mitcham

    Beddington (q.v.), owners of the manor of Mitcham . He sold it for £2,500 when setting out on his last Guiana expedition. The house traditionally known as Raleigh House stood at the corner of Whitford Lane on the road from

    Stanton Harcourt Manors and other estates Stanton Harcourt manor house

    manor, with all remainders and reversions, to Humphrey Aylworth , rector of Tackley , presumably to finance an expedition to Guiana , and in 1614 Aylworth sold the manor in fee simple to Francis Searle of Combe . 42 Searle

    Index

    Aluric (fl. 1066) , Alvescot , Alwin (fl. 1066) , Ambrose , Francis, America , North, America , South, see Guiana Amey's , Aggregates Ltd. Amundeville , Ric. de, Anabaptists , see Baptists: anchoress Andover ( Hants ) , Andrew

    Parishes Melksham Urban District of Melksham . Per paleazure and vert a fesse dancette argent in chief an ancient crown or. [granted 1948. ]

    new plate was bought about 1881; three vessels were stolen in 1893 , and identified twenty years later in British Guiana . The church now possesses two patens, one hall-marked Exeter 1729 (presented in 1876 ) and another silver gilt;

    Index A-Z

    & C. of, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, 31; univ. of, library of, 13 0; U.S.A. consul at, 139 British Guiana , 105 Brito , Alice, 190; Thos., 190 Britton [Breton ] , Geo., 67, 68; Hen., 67, 68; John

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STEWART, John II (?1755-1826), of 3D, The Albany, Piccadilly, Mdx.

    his Caribbean estates should be sold for this purpose: his heir was however still in possession of the sugar plantations of Annandale and Stewartville in British Guiana at his death in 1860.[footnote] Stewart senior died 21 July 1826, aged 71.[footnote]

    HANCOCK, Edward (c.1560-1603), of Combe Martin and Exeter, Devon.

    Manwood for £90, and thenceforward Hancock was Ralegh’s trusted servant, in possession of his private seal. When Ralegh went to Guiana, Hancock accompanied him. Hancock’s return for Aldborough was presumably obtained through the influence of (Sir) Thomas Heneage, chancellor of

    HOOD, Sir Samuel (1762-1814), of 37 Lower Wimpole Street, Mdx.

    the American and French wars, receiving a knighthood for his part in the conquest of the French West Indies and Guiana. In September 1806 he lost an arm while capturing enemy vessels, for which he received a pension of £500

    STEPHEN, James (1758-1832), of Kensington Gore, Mdx.

    was well received. In 1804 Wilberforce induced him to draft an order in council for Pitt’s approval to stop the Guiana slave trade. Stephen later recalled:I was a stranger and an enemy to Mr Pitt, because he was wanting in

    WODEHOUSE, Edmond (1784-1855), of Sennowe Lodge, Norf.

    Life Insurance Society, 9 July 1858, 11 Nov. 1867. A further grant, under �20, was awarded to his cousin Admiral George Wodehouse (1811-1900), 23 Nov. 1870. His eldest son, Sir Philip Edmond Wodehouse (1811-87), was governor of British Guiana, 1854-8.[footnote]

 

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