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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, P, Q, R, 01 January 1772-31 December 1775

    Plate , allowances of, to Governors, & c. Plate , River,in Brazil Plead , licences to. See Licences. Pleasant River Pleasants , Samuel, Philadelphia Plufe , Alexis, Canadian prisoner Plymouth Dutch frigates at Plymouth (Massachusetts Bay), Customs' Officers of Boston Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, N, O, P, Q, R, 01 January 1676-31 December 1678

    of, with England, 1244. -, and see Trade and Plantations, Offices, Correspondence. Planters Adventure (ship), the, 447. Platts , 1587. Pleasants , John, 135. Pledges , John, 778. Plott , Mr., 1556. Plumley , William, his estate, 498, 864, 1174,

    George III, October 1775, 01 October 1775-31 October 1775

    for the approaching danger. 2 pp . ( ee .) 17 Oct. Bewickes, Timerman, and Mourgue, Cadiz, to Mr. Saml. Pleasants, Philadelphia. The notion that may prevail of our feeling the want of North American produce may encourage too many Subscribers-only content

    Tables, January to December 1766, 01 January 1766-31 December 1766

    to be carried out in 14 days. Oatridge, James (As above.) 3 Sep. 314 To be detained till further order. Pleasants, Charles Obtaining money by false pretences. Transpn. Westminster sessions. 9 " 315 Respite sine die Oatridge, James (As above.) Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Richmond, Vir- ginia, between young Pleasants and a son of Father Ritchie. They fought with revolvers-each firing six barrels athis adversary without effect. Ritchie tien drew a knife and Pleasants a sword cane. Pleasants, put heors duo combat, expected Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fowle, do., Os.4,- - Grouse, per coip4e0i, i.,-- ,Cbi;keneeonlo..0i: Cd.,-- Prtxrldges.bse,) eoli - Spring dittOn . 3a. Ol, 4 0 Pleasants, paor.. 0s. O0.-_ Turkey iaults, dU .. - Golinge, each ...... s .-- V'9GETABLE& s. d. : ., Brocoll, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Od.-- Grouse, brace ...... Os. (d. - _ Spring ditto. O. Gs Od.--- 131&ck gamse, pair-Os. 0O d PartridgesprbraceOs. OGd.-- Pleasants, braee... Os, Od -- Guaranteed Gold Chains, 10, 12-, and 15 carats fine.- The largest, best, and cheapest stock Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    12i. per bag: winkles, 1es. per bag; oysors, 4s. to 105. per 100; shrimps, Os. per 121b.-CAiEr AND 1ounrTY : Pleasants, Os. d. to 6s. per brace: partridges, 4s, lid, per brace; groise, 6s. per bract; woodcocks, Os. 'oer rlaces Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    out of Grendon Nursery, Wa~rwilck all Mr. T7. E. Walker's horses, out of Derby handicaps ; Fiddlestring, Kisroaesal, Cauldron filly, Pleasants, aml Bargee, oat ef Derby enggagements; Sir Charles, out of Breeders' Foal Stakes and Hlarritneton Plate, Derby 'Wocdlark, out Subscribers-only content

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