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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, J, K, 01 October 1202-31 May 1509

    492. Joan , Queen, consort of Henry IV., widow of the Duke of Britanny, 155. Joardo , Nicol , 238. Joppa , in Palestine, 163. Joseph , a rebel against Henry VII., 750. Jubilee , a, in England and Ireland,

    Joshua Johnson's Letterbook, 1774 (Jan - Mar)

    of the 11 December handed me your desire of shipping A[rchibald ] Buchanan [Baltimore ] and A. Buchanan & Cowan [Joppa, Maryland ] goods. I have always told you how reluctant I was to engage in that kind of business,

    Additional notes

    the MS. is in Arnold's Chronicle, "Portchaf," i. e . Port Jaffa or Joppa. P. 15, 1. 4. For "Stawe" read Strawe. P. 22. A blacke sterre . So our MS., but in Arnold's Chronicle "a blasing starre," i. e

    Index, J, 01 December 1672-31 December 1675

    295, 549, 556-7, 566, 575, 576, 602, 670, 674, 718, 740, 741, 756, 770, 823, 827, 840, 847, 859, 860. Joppa (Palestine), 861. Jopson , Richard, shipmaster, 744. Jordan (Jorden), Joseph, son of Sir Joseph, a King's waiter, London port,

    General Index, H, I, J, K, L, 01 January 1693-31 December 1693

    Robert Samuel Jolin , Andrew Jollie , Mrs. Jolly (Joly), Mary Michael Simon Jonassen , Jurgen Jones , Mrs. Catherine Joppa , Joris Jordan , Charles Daniel Jacob Theodosia Jones Captain Samuel Sir Theophilus William Jongereel , Jacob Joris (Jorisz), Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn gwy- w :bad. Yr an fath ag y dywedwanDi, '"Myn'd i Paris," tI "Myn'd i Rnfaia." Crybwyiiir am Cesares, Joppa, tE .Lyda,-trsfi lala pwysig; and dim gait amn Rufain. Al p -tybed ai tel ihyn y daeth pedr, yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dim boddlonrwydd i Rwssia. Y mae y geoliwyl o archwilio y liwybr y bwriedir : gwneyd ffordd baiarn e Jaffa (Joppa) i Jorusalem ar hyd-ddo wedi 01 gwbhan, a'r nynllnnian wedi cn hanfon ar y Wod nynfisel, i Weinidog Gweithfeydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y - ry I dd i waith, a chymerodd yn destyn y noson ,,OLmj L-es i Cornelius yn anfon i Joppa i geisio pregethwr. Dy- wedai mai midwr oedd Cornelius, canwriad, cadben or gant o wyr ymblith yr Italiaid. Yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a ellid glanio o gwbl v boreu bwn. Lle anbawdal cael Fr cilfach a gian ynddo ar y goreu ydyw Joppa, gan nad u oes yno yr Uem porthladd, dim ond mAr garw, a chvfres u greigiau peryglus cyn cyrbaedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pasio eio luggage trwy y Custon House, dilyn- asom yr arweinydd at y gwesty, ac Wrth fgned trwy Itheolydd. culion Joppa, yr oedd y dyfroedd yn llifo hyd y gliniau. a Yr oedd y gwesty hlwn i ni bellach fel Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Farnham Royal with Seer Green

    was succeeded by Norman , 22 whose son Bertram founded Croxden Abbey , Staffordshire , and died in 1192 at Joppa . 23 His elder son Thomas died without issue in 1199 , when the manor passed to the second

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The life of "Chinese" Gordon, R.E., C.B., 1884

    that time living at Jaffa, the ancient Joppa ):- " Would that an angel would stand at Earl Granville ' s side and say unto him, ' And now send men to Joppa , and call for one, ' - Subscribers-only content

    Strange scenes, 1891

    8 Joppa ; or with wonder, as they have passed by, laden with burdens so huge in bulk and heavy in weight as to seem altogether beyond human strength. In the accompanying drawing of an ancient Assyrian sculpture there is Subscribers-only content

    Strange scenes, 1891

    10 Joppa ; or Mount Cannot as seen from Jczreel, showing the scene of Elijah ' s exploit as a Sais. before his chariots, " * is explained by this custom. So also is the con¬ duct of Absalom and Subscribers-only content

    Strange scenes, 1891

    12 Joppa ; or say that seeing the bible purports to be an eastern book,. WRITTEN INTIIE EAST, BY EASTERNS, AND FIRST- AND FOR LONG AGES- ADDRESSED TO EASTERNS ONLY, IT COULD NOT POSSIBLY BE GENUINE. IF THESE VERY ' Subscribers-only content

    Strange scenes, 1891

    14 Joppa ; or Hyena Lord, " He that has no sword, let him sell his cloak and buy one! " * ' I learned, by the experience of every-d.iy life, that these words, in their fullest meaning, imply no Subscribers-only content

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