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  • * British History Online *

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    America and West Indies, December 1630-36, 01 December 1630-31 December 1636

    a plantation, convenient to receive a fleet that has a design in any leeward part of the Indies, as Carthagena, Portobello, the Bay of Honduras, Hispaniola, Cuba, or Jamaica. About 500 inhabitants, including women, Negroes, and Indians. Will maintain above

    Glossary

    and also included ships bound for the West Indies. The galeones (galleons) left Spain in August bound for Cartagena and Portobello and also included ships destined for Venezuela. After wintering in the Indies, the two fleets were to assemble at

    America and West Indies, February 1685, 01 February 1685-28 February 1685

    Emperor of Darien; and it is reported that some of the King of Spain's money is not come down to Portobello because the ways are beset by these privateers, who have already taken money from several merchants. These reports have

    Index of Places and Things, P, 01 July 1735-31 December 1736

    Poole , fishing ships of, in Newfoundland, 389 p. 278. -, memorials and petitions from, concerning Newfoundland, 389 p. 281. Portobello , trade with Jamaica, 148 i, p. 92. Porto (Puerto) Rico , danger from pirates at, 190. -, Governor

    America and West Indies, August 1668, 01 August 1668-31 August 1668

    Concord, of 400 tons. That on 25th May 1666 he was seized with his said ship lying at anchor in Portobello, and put in irons on pretence of being a spy, although registered and licensed, and was forced to send

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3( 0 o etholwyr benywaidd yn Portobello (Deheudir America) wedi rhoddi en pleidleisiau yn un- frydol o blaid addysg grefyddol. Mae Mr. Bow stead wedi ei benodi yn arholydd ysgolion athrawol yn lie y Parch. B. M. Cowie, D.D., yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq. to Anne Penelope, eldest daughter of Thomas -Davi., Esq. botihof Homnsev. On T raday last, Mr. Tbomarn Morton, of Portobello, ht'ij Mary-Ann Fwors; Percy-street, Betlord-square. DEA'l't S. On Monday the 27th of October, after a lingderin rnd piafe illness, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    June last, he first became acquainted with jihe witneos, Mis" Creighton. After several meetings, with ltet at the Canal, nvar Portobello. and at her father's house, on the night of the lIt of September he prevailed on her to accom- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the people. The procession returned in the same order to H~olyrood-house. On Friday week the King reviewed the troops on Portobello sands. The military spectacle was splendid, and the day remarkably fine. The whole of the cavalry and yeomanry of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    heads:- * HIS MAJESTY SUSTAINS A CHARGE OF CAVALRY-SENSA- TION TREMENDOU-S BaT LAUGHABLE !-" At the splendid Re- view at Portobello, a circumstance occurred which might have been attended with the most serious consequences. The horse of one of the Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Telscombe PARISH CHURCH of ST. LAWRENCE TELSCOMBE

    Telscombe Cliffs , which extends inland for a mile or so. In the western corner of the parish is the Portobello Coastguard Station. A footpath runs from beside the church, and along the ridge of Bullock Down , to Piddinghoe

    Parishes Stretton-on-Fosse

    united to Stretton in 1642 . 2 A road running westwards from Shipston-on-Stour to Evesham crosses the Fosse Way at Portobello Farm. The parish is also traversed from south to north by a branch of the Great Western Railway from

    Paddington Westbourne Green

    terraces lined westward extensions of Westbourne Grove and Westbourne Park Road , Artesian Road, and an eastward extension of the Portobello estate's Talbot Road . 64 Westbourne Grove West lay in Kensington until 1900, when its north side was transferred

    Index K-Z

    Town , q.v . Kensington Palace , Kensington Palace Gdns., man. and other est., and see Ladbroke ; Notting Barns; Portobello nonconf. (protestant), poor law union, schs., Kensington Gdns. , in Paddington and Westm ., Kensington Gdns. Sq. , Kensington

    Parishes Shirburn SHIRBURN CASTLE and VILLAGE in 1736

    bought in 1770 , consisted of 160 acres below the hill and closes on the hill. 265 As a result Portobello farm on the hill was created. There were still thirteen proprietors, two of them owning woodland as well as

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 June 1822, 3 June 1822

    Lindsay Lands, Alexander Scott, residing at Myreside near Edinburgh, William Ellis, Solicitor in the Supreme Courts, John Cheap, residing at Portobello, Adam White, Merchant in Leith, Thomas Burns, Writer to the Signet, Archibald Campbell, Brewer in Edinburgh, Forrest Alex¬ ander, Subscribers-only content

    7 February 1823, 7 February 1823

    Alexander Scott residing at Myreside, near Edin¬ burgh ; William Ellis, Solicitor in the Supreme Courts; John Cheap, residing at Portobello ; Adam White, Merchant in Leith ; Thomas Burns, Writer to the Signet; Archibald Campbell, Brewer in Edinburgh ; Subscribers-only content

    12 June 1829, 12 June 1829

    Lands; Alexander Scott, residing at Myreside, near Edinburgh; William Ellis, Solicitor in the Supreme Courts ; John Cheap, residing at Portobello ; Adam White, Merchant in Leith; Thomas Burns, Writer to the Signet; Archibald Campbell, Brewer in Edinburgh; Forrest Alexan¬ Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1831, 18 March 1831

    Abbotsham, in the County of Devon, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Portobello: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the resident Pro¬ prietors, Feuars and Inhabitant Householders of Portobello, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Incorpo¬ rations of Weavers, Kinghorn; of Subscribers-only content

    4 October 1831, 4 October 1831

    the Inhabitants of Denny and Neighbourhood, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Portobello, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Incorporation of Guildry of the Burgh of Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BOSCAWEN, Hon. Edward (1711-61), of Hatchlands Park, Surr.

    elder bro. of Trinity House 1751; ld. of Admiralty 1751-d.; P.C. 2 Feb. 1759. Biography After serving with distinction at Portobello and Cartagena under Vernon, Boscawen was returned for Truro by his brother Hugh, 2nd Lord Falmouth, in 1742, voting

    KNOWLES, Charles (c.1704-77), of Lovelhill, nr. Windsor, Berks.

    in the West Indies, where he married the daughter of a leading Barbados planter. After serving in the expeditions against Portobello and Cartagena, on which he published several pamphlets, he was appointed governor of Louisburg, but soon applied for a

    SINCLAIR, Hon. James (1797-1856), of Braelangwell, Ross.

    Parliament "at great expense in order to support' Canning's administration, conveniently forgetting that it had not been formed until nine months after his return. Nothing could be done for him.[footnote] He died at Morton Cottage, Portobello, Edinburgh in January 1856.[footnote]

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 09/10/1732

    he went to Sea, and serv'd a Captain for many Voyages, and was in his Majesty's Fleet at Carthagena and Portobello , some Years ago, under the Command of the late Admiral Hosier: He was likewi se at Gibralter and

 

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