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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4.-Gwedir y newyddion. a ,gjhoeddwyd yn ihundain a Bordeaux oberthynasi deleraun heddwdh, cyn belled .'gy niaent yn cyn- wys Lorraine, Pondicherry, a'r 20 o leatri rhyfel Nid yw y Gerrmaniaid. yn.bwriadu rhoddi i fyny'; AIsace; a Metz. Gyda giwg ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chief of the Apostolic Mlission at Pondicherry, in tihe East Indies, has written home thfat two eminent Catholic Missionaries have heen put to death in China, by order of the Emperor. Both were perempto- rily ordered to renounce their faith, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nonpayment by under. writers for what is called wear and tear was to be disturbed ?-The ship, in proceeding from Pondicherry to Ceylon, sustained considerable injury from beating down for 56 days against the monsoon, and finally pro. ceeded to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    more space than we have room for to give but a faint description of the scenes which took place at Pondicherry prior to their sailing, and of how many lovers swam from the shore to the Edouard, and swam back Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and about two millions Algerines or French colonists in the West Indies, Cayenne, Senegal, the Isle of Bour- bon, and Pondicherry; Austria, thirty millions, compbsed of Germans, tiungariani, Italians, and Illyiians; Prussia, about fourteen to fifteen millions of Germans. and Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RUMBOLD, William Richard (1760-86).

    Hector Munro, with the rank of captain in the East India Company’s forces. He was present at the siege of Pondicherry, and immediately afterwards returned to England with dispatches. In 1781, when Sir Thomas Rumbold on his return to England

    RUMBOLD, Thomas (1736-91), of Woodhall, Herts.

    interest it is to cover their enormities under as thick a veil as possible’.[footnote] But when reporting the capture of Pondicherry to North on 31 Oct. 1778, he declared that having taken over the government when it was in a

    COOTE, Eyre (1726-83), of West Park, nr. Rockbourn, Hants.

    Coote, after having served under Clive at Plassey and gained a considerable reputation by his own victories at Wandewash and Pondicherry, returned to England and bought the estate of West Park in Hampshire. Before the general election of 1768 he

    MONSON, Hon. George (1730-76).

    appointed major in the 64 Foot and sailed for India, 5 Mar. 1758. He was second-in-command at the siege of Pondicherry, 1761, and was to have superseded Eyre Coote, but was seriously wounded. Monson, who distinguished himself at the capture

    MUNRO, Hector (1726-1805), of Novar, Ross.

    was soon at odds with Warren Hastings, whose criticism of his lack of enterprise was refuted by his capture of Pondicherry in October 1778.[footnote] But his ineptitude in the campaign against Hyder Ali in 1780 destroyed his reputation, and imperilled

  • * British History Online * *

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    George III, April 1766, 01 April 1766-30 April 1766

    v. 32, p. 460. 106. Stores at Pondicherry. Caveat on behalf of the East India Company against any grant to any person or persons of the military stores taken from the French at Pondicherry. 31 March to 5 April. Dom. Subscribers-only content

    Affairs of the East India Company, Appendix 1 to the evidence of James C. Melvill esquire

    1,791,508 [203 ] MADRAS - Durbar Charges, & c. 1.14.094 Mysore Residency Charges 1.51.061 Travancore Ditto 46.826 Tanjore Ditto 25.181 Pondicherry Ditto 23.604 Chepauck Agency Charges 35.497 Salaries of the Governor and Council 2.69.734 Public Offices at the Presidency 6.01.304

    George III, June 1762, 01 June 1762-30 June 1762

    Wounded Seamen as to what is to be done with the military part of the 100 French officers taken at Pondicherry and brought to Plymouth. Their number is very inconsiderable, and if it should be determined to send them home Subscribers-only content

    George III, March 1767, 01 March 1767-31 March 1767

    His Majesty in Council by Admiral Cornish and other officers who served in the East Indies in the expedition to Pondicherry. Whitehall. The resolution is also entered. 26 March. Mil. Entry Bk., v. 28, p. 186. 452. Courts-martial. A list Subscribers-only content

    George III, May 1765, 01 May 1765-31 May 1765

    Transquebar, a Danish settlement on the coast of Coromandel. Vice-Admiral Cornish, on being applied to, answered, that at the time Pondicherry was invested by the British, and reduced to great straits for provisions, the ship in question, lying before the Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 November 1761, 6 November 1761

    grant us farther important Succeffes, by the Conqueft of the Iflands of Bellciße and Dominica; and by the Reduction of Pondicherry, which hath in a Manner annihilated the French Power in The Eqfl Indies. In other Parts, where the Enemy's Subscribers-only content

    7 May 1829, 7 May 1829

    Sister by the Name of Cazalet ?" " At Pondicherry." " Do you remember your Sister being confined at " Pondicherry ?" « Yes." " Do you remember what Year that was in ?" " No, I do not recollect." Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    it only in private Gardens for private Use. It is not a Production of the Country. Were you ever at Pondicherry I never was. Have you Reason to think that in those Parts of India which have fallen within your Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    25.84.904 95.977 10.03.810 7.86.473 81.724 1.54.44.030 Madras — Durbar Charges, &c. Mysore Residency Charges Travancore Ditto Tanjore Ditto - - Pondicherry Ditto - Chepauck Agency Charges Salaries of the Governor and Council Public Offices at the Presidency Church Establishment College Subscribers-only content

    Contents of the Head

    accounts, 651. 3.39. For Minutes of a Council of War, and their Anfwer to Governor Pigot's Letter, previous to delivering Pondicherry to the Governor; and a Memorial to his Majefty by the Officers who ferved in the Expedition, XXXI. 243. Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Watton -at-Stone

    their mother Joanna, daughter of Bishop Law of Carlisle ; and to Captain William Richard Rumbold , who carried the Pondicherry dispatches and the colours of the fortress to the king. He died 14 June 1786 . In the manor

 

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