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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 April 1731, 3 April 1731

    that all and finguiar the Articles and Claufes of that Treaty (hall remain in Force, and be obferved. 71S W?n. Tonga, Mr. Plumptre, Mr. Heaibcote, Mr. Longue- ville, Mr. Oglethorpe, Mr. iVhUworth, Major Selwynt Mr. More, Mr. Cunningham, Mr. Eaie, Subscribers-only content

    21 November 1753, 21 November 1753

    Barry, Mr. Lyfler, Mr. Southwell, Mr. Lowndes, Mr. Alderman Baker, Lord Downe, Sir William Cal¬ vert, Mr. Villiers, Sir William Tonga, Mr. Townfliendy Colonel Stanwix, Mr. Moflyn, Mr. Gore, Mr. Lock- yer, Mr. Kerr, Mr. Wefl, Lord Carysfort, Captain Saunders, Subscribers-only content

    16 January 1756, 16 January 1756

    Bitrrcll, Mr. Vernon., Mr. Kynaßon, Mr. Colleton, Mr. Lyfier, Mr. Sandys, Mr. Prowfe, Mr. Garth, Sir Francis Drake, Sir George Tonga, Mr. Bond, Mr. Fane, Mr. Earle, Mr. Bacon, Mr. Salußmry, Mr. Onflow > Mr. Cooke, Mr. Prcbyn, Mr. Moore, Subscribers-only content

    Appendix

    its former Power, and the Liberties of Mankind may be once more preferved from the Encroachments of Przzzzaa. Sir /yz//z'z»Z7z Tonga was anfwer'd by Mr Pa/zazzay. * 57r, i - \ Mr Pdfteney. ' Nothing is more ufual than for Subscribers-only content

    Poor rate returns. An account of the money expended for the maintenance and relief of the poor in every parish, township or other place in England and Wales, for the five years ending 25th March 1830,..., 1835

    Itumworth - * - Kusholmc - Sharpies - Spolland - Stretfurd - Thornham - Todmorden and Walsden - Tonge - Tonga with Haulgh - TotlitigUm Higher End Tottington Lower End Torton - Urmston - - - - } Wardleworth - Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by Dra Murrell, Ringer and Lusb, and C. Bader, Esq., on March 6th and 20th and May 22th, 1880. " Tonga mrintains its reputation in the tredtment Of I Neuralgia.`-Lancet, July 23rd, 1881. It may betaken by the m most Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lancet, by Dra Murreil, Ringer and Lush, and C. Bader, Esq., on Mareh8th and 20th, and May 229th, 1880. " Tonga maintains its reputation in the treatment of Neuralgia."-Lancet, July 23rd, 1881. It may be taken by the most delicate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by Drt Murrell, Ringer and .11,} i., C. B ler, Esq.. on Marich6th and 20tb, sad May 29th noi0H ' Tonga xinidtafins it. reputation In the trertmeet nt 5 Neuriyvla., -/A'MIt, July °irf, 1881. it may betaken by the g Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by Drs Murrell, Ringer and Lush, and C. Bader, Esq., on March 6th and 20th, and May 29tb, 1880. " Tonga maintains its reputation in the treatment of Neuralgia."-Lancet, July 23rei, 1881. It may be taken by the most delicate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CYMDEITTHIA-SSA PONT RH(DFENDIGAID. IHydref 25ain, 26asn, n'r 27aic. LLYWYDD:-PARCH, W. WILLIAMS, Abi Lv . , YSIGFENYDD:-PAI11Ci. G. DAVIES, Alw.y- ,i . DYDD MAWlTIL. CYPEISTFDIFOD Y GYMIDEITHASFA AM CHWECH O'R GLOCi{. Dechi euwyp y cyfarfod gen y Piirrh. David Phill Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    A Woman of Eaoo, 1784

    A Woman of Eaoo Portrait of a woman, head and shoulders directed to right, glancing towards the viewer, bare-chested with a double string of beads around her neck, a cloth tied around her upper body, with shoulder-length wavy hair;

    Poulaho, King of the Friendly Islands, 1784

    Poulaho, King of the Friendly Islands Portrait of Fatafehi Paulaho, the Tongan king; head and shoulders directed to left, glancing towards the viewer, wearing a double stringed necklace and a fanned feather headdress; plate 18 in Cook's Voyage to

    A View at Anamooka, 1784

    A View at Anamooka A bay to the left thronged with islanders in canoes, one with a sail to the far left, trading with the Europeans in small boats, some of whom are coming ashore, where islanders are sitting

    A Fia-Tooka, or Morai, in Tongataboo, 1784

    A Fia-Tooka, or Morai, in Tongataboo A fa-itooka in Tongatapu; four low buildings with openings, around a broad mound with trees behind, in the middleground to right, with a man walking from the centre foreground carrying a staff on

    The Natche, a Ceramony in Honour of the King's Son, in Tongataboo, 1784

    The Natche, a Ceramony in Honour of the King's Son, in Tongataboo [ceremony/ritual] A cermonial procession of men carrying objects hung on sticks, in pairs, followed by others each carrying staffs with a fish hanging from the tip, from

 

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