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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had taken place, whether near San Vicente or San Miguel. It was not Tsalco. T'he decks of vessels at Truxillo, Omoa, and Sassodilla quays, were covered with volcanic dust. The noise was heard at Bacalar, Valla- dolid, and I expect Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the British consul. Guate- mala had purchased an English schooner, with which it had captured the Honduras towns of Omoa and Truxillo. STATE AND CHURCH. The CouRT.-Her Majesty and the Royal Family will remain at Balmoral until the 12th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    five sailing vessels and two steamers, and having on board 2,000 men. From Honduras we learn of the arrival at Omoa, on the 6th of May, of the deputy agent of the Honduras Railway Company and a staff of engineers. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a law bad been enacted to pre- vent the shooting of deer for the present. Skins in Belize, Truxillo, and Omoa, were very scarce A Washington despatch says : " The case of the captured slaver Echo begins to loon Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Journal, July 1766, Volume 73, 01 July 1766-31 July 1766

    flag of truce to Olancho and St. Fernando de Omoa from September 11th, 1765, to January 9th, 1766. Copy of a letter to Don Francisco Aybar, Commandant at St. Fernando de Omoa, September 2nd, 1765. Extract of a letter from

    Journal, November 1765, Volume 72, 01 November 1765-30 November 1765

    Superintendant of the Mosquito Shore, to go in a flag of truce to the Spanish Governor of St. Fernando de Omoa, stating the hardships he sufferred in that service, and the expences he was at, and praying a compensation for

    Index, A-L, 01 January 1764-31 December 1767

    8, 70, 201, 322. -, fort at, 126. Virginia, 85. Aybar , Don Francisco, comma ndant at S. Fernando de Omoa, 304. B. Bacon , Anthony, merchant of London: -, -, attends Board, 134, 147, 180, 183. -, -, attendance

    Index, M-Z, 01 January 1764-31 December 1767

    lands for, 410. St. Domingo, French West Indies , 215. St. Eustatia , Dutch West Indies, 319. St. Fernando de Omoa , Spanish Honduras, 225, 304. St. Francis , Lake, Quebec, 339. St. George's Harbour , Bermuda, 211, 290. St.

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Honduras Inceroceanic Railway, 1857

    to be too large to be easily defended, and was consequently removed, a portl°n of the inhabitants establishing themselves at Omoa , a few miles to the westward, and the remainder settling at Santo Tomas . The accompanying Chart of Subscribers-only content

    Honduras Inceroceanic Railway, 1857

    the ' George Steers ' was anchored south about three hundred yards from the south-east point of the harbour of Omoa , in three fathoms of water, during several of the hardest westerly gales, and in no case did the Subscribers-only content

    Honduras Inceroceanic Railway, 1857

    circuit of about three miles, to turn the eastern end or base of the high mountain- chain of Merendon or Omoa , which is a branch of the Cordilleras , and which here finds an abrupt termination. The Plain of Subscribers-only content

    Honduras Inceroceanic Railway, 1857

    record of thermometrical observations at Thermometrical Puerto Caballos, nor, what would be about the same thiog, at the north coast Omoa . This deficiency, however, is very well supplied by observa¬ tions made at the mouth of Black River , Subscribers-only content

    Honduras Inceroceanic Railway, 1857

    never been known there or at Omoa , six miles to the eastward, except as at Belize , in the form of sporadic cases.* * M. de Binkum, of Brussels , writing of Omoa (six miles to the westward Longevity Subscribers-only content

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