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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, K, 01 January 1699-31 December 1699

    , Felix, Add . 1100. Kingston (Jamaica), 85, 548. - (New York), 231, 767, 771. - (Rhode Island), 1002 XVI. Kipp , Johannes van, 317. Kirk , Sir John, 266, p. 272. -, Sir Lewis, 47, 48, 108, p. 272.

    East Indies, March 1634, 05 March 1634-26 March 1634

    to Gravesend and back, to be paid. Mr. Governor acquainted Peter Richaut that since the sale to him and Mr. Kipp of their unrefined saltpetre, they had received warrant from the Lords for stay thereof, who notwithstanding all they could

    East Indies, May 1634, 07 May 1634-23 May 1634

    none of the adventurers had underwritten for the unrefined saltpetre they had accepted an offer by Messrs. Peter Richaut and Kipp for the whole 200 tons for transportation; that the Lords had made stay thereof, which had been taken off

    Index, J, K, 01 January 1630-31 December 1634

    his salary, 357. -, -, his private trade, p. 625. Kingston , John, 77, 137, p. 119. Kinsale , 171. Kipp , John, 441, p. 448, 540, 546, 548, 552, 563 4, 588, 611. Kirby or Kerby , Geoffry, p.

    Index, J, K, 01 January 1625-29 December 1629

    Kinnersley , Henry, p. 137. Kinnicott , Gabriel, 231. Kinsale , 190, 198, p. 105. -, letter dated from, 247. Kipp , John, p. 438, p. 601. Kirby , G., p. 134, p. 295. -, -, Mary, his wife, p.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jt the whhole or the larger part of a FFURNIS Hl E HOSE9, delightftuly situate in the irroediate neighbtorhood Of ROUEN (within half a mile of that city.) It contains three sitting-rooms, 'ine bed-roomS, good kittens and offices, coach Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I r FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Ticesday, 1M1arch 23. OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, M1ARCH 22. Royal Engineers-First Lieu. W. T. Renwick, to be Second Capt. vice Boteler, retired on half-pay; Second Lieut. T. B. Collinson, to be First Lieut. vice Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE SCOTCH STRIKE. DISTURBANCE AT COATBRIDGE. An Edinburgh correspondent telegraphs that in Edin- burgh and district the position of- affairs remains unchanged. The railway companies are unbending in their opposition to the demands of the men, and equally so Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    district, as well as the retail section, escaped the flames.- MTb heaviest losers by the calamity are lessrs. Budd and. Kipp, to the extent of 80,MO0.; .Paton Cand Conang, . oil and paint manufacturers, $5,00. Mss. Roundy and Peckham, 6300,00.- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISASTROUS FIRES. The Burmley Fire Brigade were engaged for six or seven hours Testerdey in dealing with an outbreak of fire, which did damage to the extent of several thousand u in a cotton - spinning mill, the propert Subscribers-only content

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