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  • * British History Online * *

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    Appendix B, Paige to Richard Jewell, 1650

    goods at aforesaid port, then you are to go directly for Mogador and there to dispose of them. And when you cannot meet with a market fitting at Mogador, then you may go for Santa Cruz [de Berberia, i.e. Agadir

    George III, September 1769, 01 September 1769-30 September 1769

    Sept. Admiralty, v. 159, No. 37. 1296. Morocco. "Copies of two letters from Mr. George Adams to Commodore Spry, dated Mogador, the 18th and 26th of September 1769. Received 18th of November." Can now confirm what he said in a Subscribers-only content


    Gibraltar till proper satisfaction was made. (1147.) The Commodore intended immediately (11th April 1769) to proceed to the port of Mogador, from whence he would despatch Sir Jacob Wheate, one of his lieutenants, to the Emperor's Court. Was of opinion Subscribers-only content

    George III, January 1766, 01 January 1766-31 January 1766

    Major Genl. Irwyn, concerning the encouragement and protection which the Emperor of Morocco has promised to British subjects trading to Mogador. The Lords of Trade communicated the same to the principal London merchants interested in the commerce of those parts, Subscribers-only content

    George III, April 1769, 01 April 1769-30 April 1769

    them. As from the last accounts the Emperor is gone to Morocco, intends to proceed immediately off the port of Mogador, from whence, it being but three days' journey, purposes sending Sir Jacob Wheate, one of his lieutenants, up to Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Times, as the organ of the English Ministry, he will think it incumbent on his honour to destroy radically Mogador or some other poor Moorish town. This would be unto- ward, but not surprising. The Prince's attack on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The loss of the French is stated at 20 or 25 killed and wounded. The squadron was to proceed to Mogador, and after bombarding it was to sail for Ma- deirit for the purpose of refitting and re-victualling. Fluctuations took Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on that coast, but especiaily at Mogador; but from what has passed in our neighbourhood, hu- manity may hope that crippling forts will be considered enough. At Larache and Rabat, as well as at Mogador everything is unfavourable to operations Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    neither he nor his family could afford. He admitted that there was no use in his bombarding Tangier, and that Mogador was the vulnerable point to hit the Emperor; but that if he passed over Tan- gier, the Paris press Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Majesty's steater Hecla arrived this morning frorn Mogador, bringing about 35 pasten- gers from the west coast bor MorbdC, fior which purpose she was despatched. She brirgs neWs of the bomsbard. ment of Mogador on the 15th instant by the Subscribers-only content


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