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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, J, 01 January 1699-31 December 1699

    (New York), Add . 1170. James River , 306, 378, 542, 815, 891, 919, 1001 I., p. 310, 414, 525. Jamestown (New York), 1011 V. - (Nevis), 46. Jamison , , 134, 317, 384. Jane , ship, 1033. Janeway ,

    Index, J, 01 January 1700-31 December 1700

    523 IV., XXVI., LIV. (5), 704, 739 V. X., 876, 895, 906, 1025, 1049, p. 80, 309, 310, 449, 450. Jamestown (Carolina), 523 LIII. (2). -, (Va), p. 92. Jamey . See Ide, John. Jamison , David, late Secretary of

    America and West Indies, March 1698, 11-19, 01 March 1698-31 March 1698

    service. I enclose accounts of the stores of war at Jamestown and at Tindall's Point, York River, there being no other stores nor fit places to keep any except at Jamestown. The powder formerly sent was distributed to the militia-officers

    Index, J, 01 January 1685-31 December 1688

    258, 259, 348, 587. James Fort (St. Christopher's), 1,387III. James river (Virginia), 1,264, p . 409. Jameson , Cuthbert, 619. Jamestown , Virginia, 1,214. -, (Nevis), 79. Jannitie (an Indian), p . 429. Jauncye , John, 191, 617v. Jeaffreson ,

    Index, J, 01 January 1681-31-Dec-1984

    of life-guards, 721. -, antipathy to, in Massachusetts, 952. James river (Virginia) 401. James (sloop), 1962. -, (ship), p. 154. Jamestown or James city (Virginia), 319, 494, 532, 582, 714, p. 497, 1624, 1752. -, (Nevis), 1874. -, Creek (Carolina),

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Appendix, 3 January 1822

    Blue-School. Dr. Hall's, Limerick. Dr. Hewetson's, Betaghstown. Ballintemple, Co. Tipperary. Frankfort School. Fethard, Co. Tipperary. Donaghadee, Co. Antrim. Primrose Grange. Jamestown, Co. Leitrim. Tullavin, Co. Cavan. Funds and Revenues of all Schools or Public on Charitable Foundations in Ireland, &c,—continued. Subscribers-only content

    8 March 1827, 8 March 1827

    same. Ordered, That the said Petition do lie upon the Table; and be printed. A Petition of'Sir Richard Nagle, of Jamestown, Baronet, Richard Malone, of Baronston, Esquire, both in the county of Westmeath, Andrew Ennis, of Harcourt-street, and Luke Feeling, Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1828, 18 April 1828

    complaining of an undue Election and Return for the said county; and also, the Petition of Sir Richard Nagle of Jamestown, Baronet, Richard Malone of Barons- ton, Esquire, both in the county of Westmeath, Andrew Ennis of Harcourt-street, and Luke Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1828, 28 April 1828

    and also, the Petition of Sir Richard ing the House to refuse their sanction to any measures so Nagle, of Jamestown, Baronet, Richard Malone, of Ba- awfully innovating as the concessions now sought by the ronston, Esquire, both in the Subscribers-only content

    IV. Third report of evidence from the Select Committee on the State of the Poor in Ireland. Minutes of evidence: 8 June-7 July. With an appendix of documents and papers, and likewise a general index., 1830

    goods forwarded by cither canal from Dublin (and vice vend) for Limerick, Killaioe, Portumna, Shannon Bridge, Athlone, Lauesborough, Carrick, Drumsna, Jamestown, Arignn Colluries, and the districts adjoining those places, must be transhipped into Shannon-built boats, where the canals join that Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ynysoedd hyn at ei thiriogaethau. Y mae yno oddeutu 50 o breswylwyr Americanaidd d yn yr ynysoedd. Cafodd y rhyfel-long Jamestown, perthynol i'r Unol Daleithiau, dderbyniad croesawgar ;, ymynodd y brenin Thackamoon i longyfarchliad cy- hedsgel e wneyd o'r lan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    district. About twelve o'clock on Sunday nlight, the 10th inst., five men went to the house of' Michael 'Ifullally, at Jamestown, and demanded admittance in the niame of the police: before the door could be openel it was vio- lently Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    successful. LrEUeT.-GENERAL MAwsr died on the 26th inst., in Baker street, Portman square, aged 81. SIlt RICHARD NAGLE, Bart., of Jamestown, Westmeath, which county he represented in Parliament for many years, died on the 10th inst., at Grenville street, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    road East, wine merchaut-March. 18, J. WVagstaff, Worcester, cattle dealer. S4c.otch Seqaeratiosus.-R. Bachanan, Glasgow, builder-S. Howarth, Glasgow, funeril urrdertaicer-W. Dows-ie, Jamestown, Dumbartonshire, inn- keeper-At. Caotlrert, Edinburgh, jeweller. Friday, Febs-uary 27. War-office, FERatyrY 27.-tle PRegiment of Dragoon Guards: Lieut. J D. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    razee Savan. nab, and the brig Dolphin bad been ordered to the Gulf. These vessels, with the Colorado, Fulton, and Jamestown, will make a strong force in those waters. The steamship Black Warrior had arrived at New York from Havannab, Subscribers-only content


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