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  • * British History Online * *

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    George III, May 1763, 01 May 1763-31 May 1763

    up; until their arrival he has permitted him, with two men-of-war and his garrison, to lie in the Bay of Hunda or Mariel. The soldiers begin to fall sick very fast, and the deaths are greatly increased. Havava [? Havannah. Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, 01 October 1760-31 December 1765

    Little Humber. Humphrey , W., Gent., town clerk of Poole Humphries , Thomas, late of St. John's College, Cambridge, degree Hunda , Bay of Hungary , Queen of, declaration Envoy Extraordinary from Hunmanby , Yorkshire, vicarage of Hunt , Capt., Subscribers-only content

    Journal, July 1707, Journal Book L, 01 July 1707-31 July 1707

    the best way to intercept the galleons in America, he said that if our ships lay in the Bay of Hunda, or the Bay Matancas on Cuba, the galleons would not venture out of the Havanas, so that by that

    Index, A-L, 01 April 1704-31 January 1709

    member of council of Jamaica, 537. Hudson's River , 483. Huguetan , Mr., 59. Humphries , Thomas, certificate of, 162. Hunda , bay of, Cuba, 398. Hungary , 161, 185, 191, 249. Hunter , Colonel Robert, governor of Virginia, 351,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Aalio by ?Pri-at e QontrAct- ]'OP. SALF one of the best Brase (Coflo Fri tOLur TRADES In 1, rir, ing arn.-Applv. St. Clair. 101, New Street. c3355 oll1 b~Eiy PRIVAT1E Co NTRACT, 5 iaema Drapery BUr-tI- F li-,SS near Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stoodn Edgleaston. CN so ",'7ANTED,. a General SER.VANT. Liberal wages, if character V ood, and expelcred-ctl.-Mrulngbes, Harmon Cottage, Hall flood, Hunda rt-uti. CIS8S N~ NED, a Genural SERVANT. -Apply, after Two p~m., 4, i y 3lisghctun Terrace, Strsatford Stoad. c-3101 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WARWICK MEETING. ENTRIEB FOR TLE SELLINO HURDLE BRA0Z. Spitfiro e 5O0Ve) mystery k80 SBOV) Beetc (SO) Artist (801 W~ld BGO(DI0) QUD OS ~tebe Valley- 0) , NTrIES FOR THE 8Fn SEnrTAxTs rFOR TwO-YnA.OL r. ..Camera (60 Bovs) L'Orpbellne (6o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE MEMBERS' MEETING. GREAT GATHERING IN THE TOWN HALL. SPEECIES BY. MESSRS. BRIGHT, DIXON, AND MUNTZ. Thimcustomarynn aualnicoting at which the members for Birminghani addihees their constituents was held on Satuday cvenig in tho'Town Hall. last year the inset. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .-_ . OUTA Wantedi, about 17; slid a Boy, mud to Brass-clock ITOTR- Y 6. Autork struet. 11 city 4hIm Hunda Wrontc,;L-A Y. Olicapdole llpdstoias Wor i. ___A0QU Wanted, to reglili? In Lelmter; tbomo! 11A U-ell - Apply to Sir. Subscribers-only content

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