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  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 5, 17 April 1648, 17 April 1648-17 April 1648

    House of Commons Journal Volume 5 17 April 1648 Die Lunæ, 17 Aprilis, 1648. Prayers. Leave of Absence. Ordered , That Colonel Thomas Hatcher , a Member of this House, have Leave to go into the Country. Navy. A

    Charles II, October 1667, 01 October 1667-31 October 1667

    Charles II October 1667 October 1667 Oct. 8. Chatham. Edward Gregory to the Navy Commissioners. Enclosing the list of the shipwrights appointed by the Commissioners and master shipwright to take charge of the boats. This being on Sunday, 9 Subscribers-only content

    Index, J, K, 01 January 1602-31 March 1603

    Index J, K J Jackson : , this matter of, 587. John, 632. Mr., the late, a ward of, 645. Capt. T., letter from, 272. Jacobe , John, 641. imprisoned in the Gatehouse, his release advised, 637. James :

    Charles I - volume 221, July 19-31, 1632, 19 July 1632-31 July 1632

    Charles 1 - volume 221 July 19-31, 1632 July 19-31, 1632 July 19. Oatlands. Proclamation concerning the Postmaster of England for foreign parts. The late King appointed Matthew de Quester, the father, and Matthew de Quester, the son, postmaster Subscribers-only content

    Index, K, 01 March 1600-31 October 1600

    Index K K Kaltemon [co. Wicklow ] , letter dated at, 128. Kavanagh , Brian McDonogh, 101. , Dermott McMorris, 501. , Donnell McBrian, grant to, 501. , Donnell, alias Donnell Spainagh, letter of, 360. , , Tyrone writes Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE "GREAT BRITAIN'S" PASSAGE. [We have been favoured by a friend with this interest- inE account. The writer is an officer of experience and high character for skill, and whose opinion carries with it considerable authority.] Bristol, January 28th, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t-;E~~31 LAS T 11 KORAL, I:X- G AM Z TN1RT3 TiX :BR6S OPTIH1IiGY AI4 *t C 003110 BUSINESS ThE AIRy ef WEoN1S, ITn :M Ddne.LE LOKS Cb-raotriati an4 Eeel~ftdee21e~ Dsiesse. . *i& LAST xwo fOINIG; fPiEOR ANTES, °n THUDAYi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "WANTE&D" OLASS of ADT'EBTISEMRNTS. F For consentilive insertiofns of th~e classes of sceatl Advcrtioemenfe TICHN particularisod below the following ore the Tpripid charges. Ini all .IL . be eases the Aduiress is counted is catro -L A 16 Words, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOR SAIE-InNg AND PUi3LIC-HOUSES$ Tr -a",~l. ataco-Capital Boeerhousti proprietor taking to an, Kftarm. In-going, including brewing plant, goodwill, licenses, iixtures.,&C., Only B000; a bargain. Root enodorate.-Gray and Walker, Auct~ioneers, 31. Temple Bow. ___________ -EST BL ~ ~ ~~~In: god Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W*~-ANTED - CLASS of ADVERTISEMEN7TS. for conscs'oitie insertions of the classes Of small AdvertiLsements rinai~sd below the follown are tepeadcags hc mat e ad so postal nesInallmaetedrssicotd as extra.- 1~ Words, once. d. 17 to 32 Words, once..., is. Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Address to the Mechanical Science Section, 1898

    4 REPORT - 1898 . The result of the diversion of the Avon by means of what is still known as the new cut enabled the old course of the river to be made into a floating harbour of Subscribers-only content

    Address to the Mechanical Science Section, 1898

    TRANSACT IONS OF SECTION G. Mississippi captain that he could take his steamer wherever the channel was a little damp. To return, however, to Bristol and the Avon : in spite of all efforts to keep pace with trading Subscribers-only content

    The Nautical magazine., 1880

    950 NAUT ICAL NOTICES. horn is in readiness. Also, on 1st November, 1880 , a fog-horn similar to that of the North-West light-vessel above described, will be established at the Formby light-vessel. Variation, 18° W. 369.- England .- West Subscribers-only content

    The Gloucester & Berkeley Canal., 1826

    in the m anagement of vessels ; but with care, and when understood, it affords considerable facilities to the navigation, and ensures a vessel's making her passage in much less time than in common tide-ways. Notwithstanding the rapidity of Subscribers-only content

    The Gloucester & Berkeley Canal., 1826

    8 There is good anchorage in the River Severn , between Sharpness Basin and King Road , in Horse Pill, Slime Road , Mathern and Chissel Says, in case vessels shall have occasion to anchor and wait a tide, Subscribers-only content

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

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    Ordinary's Account, 25/03/1751

    He was now become the Sport of these Reprobates and Sycophants, who like Vultures preyed upon him whilst his Money lasted, and when gone, despised and loath'd his Company. His Intrigues had drain'd him of all his Cash; it

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