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  • * British History Online *

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    America and West Indies, January 1626, 01 January 1626-31 January 1626

    . ] Jan. 4 2 . Petition of the Somers Islands Company to Buckingham. That their ship the Victory, Wil. Kempthorne master, ready to go to those islands, with supplies for the present necessity of the people, and their defence,

    Index, K, 01 January 1574-31 December 1574

    of, 263. -,-, licence to come to England, 305. -,-, arrives in England, 314. -,-, 487. Kempo Sabada , 313. Kempthorne , William, 77. Kendall , Thomas, 425, 487, 489. Kendrick , Mr., 187. Kennebec river , 204, 376, 378,

    Index, K, 01 January 1699-31 December 1699

    45, 82 I., II., 211 464, 1011, XVII., p. 552. -, Smith 443 I. Kemp , Matthew, 487, 579 XXXVII. Kempthorne , Samuel, 416. Kendall , John, a Lord of the Admiralty, 286, 476, 1083. -,-, documents signed by, 42,

    Index, K, 01 January 1661-31 December 1664

    5. Kempingh , Reyner, agent for the Knights of Malta in Holland, Dutch set guard over, 156. Kempthorne , , captain of the Maidenhead , 103 n. to give Janissaries every chance to escape, 112. Kenrick , Colonel, committed to

    Entry Book, July 1682, 1-8, 01 July 1682-31 July 1682

    p. 464. Treasury warrant to same to permit 500 barrels of powder to be shipped Customs free on the ship Kempthorne by the East India Company, being the King's present to the Sultan of Bantam. Out Letters ( Customs )

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jesus Col.- legre.-First Class: Smith, King's; Smith, Jolio's; Humphreys, Tri- nity; Fanshawe, Corpus, and Haslam, John's; Manse], Trinity; I-Tart, John's; Kempthorne, John's; Galabin, Trinity, and Sutton, Christ's; Hewitt, John's, and Witt, Peter's; Shuckhburgh, Emmanuel, and Wood, Emmanuel; Crawley, Trinity, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    travelling a short distance between the Arnold and Grey townships, was speedily followed by the dis- appearance of four men-Mattlien, Kempthorne, Dudley, and Pontius -who had been seen crossing the Maungatapu Range, between the Wakamarina and Nelson. In each case Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1832, therefore, the world generally has accepted this assertion as a fact. But between 1837 and 1846 Commanders Cruttenden and Kempthorne, of the Indian navy, and Surgeon-Major Vaughan, of the Bombay Medical Staff, proved that Arabia and the opposite Soumali Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in tbe after- c noon, she was going to her bedroom to dress, I and when on the landing Mr. Kempthorne came P out of his bed-foom, put his arm around her, and dragged Ii Lher through his dressing-room, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Rene- floes; Status of Assistant Curates. Reader: Mr. Sydney Godge Speakers: Rev. M. R. Neligan and Rev. J. A.- Kempthorne. 4.15 to 5.15 -Perish Cosissdis Bil: Reader: Chancellor Dib- din. Speaker: M-r. P. V. Smith. TauNt HALL.-7.30 to 9.30 Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KEMPTHORNE, Sir John (c.1620-79), of Portsmouth, Hants.

    1676. Ofifces Held Capt. RN 1664, r.-adm. 1666, v.-adm. 1673-4. Biography Kempthorne was from an old Devonshire gentry family named Ley, one of whom took the name of Kempthorne in the 14th century from the farm on which he had

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