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  • * British History Online *

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    III. The Crown, Letters

    III. The Crown Letters III. The Crown By the Comm rs for Executing the Office of Lord High Admiral of Great Britain & Ireland & c. Whereas we have appointed you Captain of His Majesty's Ship the Crown ,

    I. To The Peace Of 1748, Letters

    I. To The Peace of 1748 Letters Letters To the Secretary of the Admiralty (P.R.O., Ad. I, 1483) Weazle in Mounts Bay. February 4th, 1746/7. Sir, Please to acquaint their Lordships that, pursuant to an Order from Vice-Admiral Anson

    Volume 167, December 1-22, 1713, 01 December 1713-22 December 1713

    Volume 167 December 1 22, 1713 December 1 22, 1713 Dec 1. 1 . Com rs of Customs, North Britain, to Thomas Harley, Esq. Had proposed that the master of the packet boats and the seamen between Port Patrick

    Treasury Books and Papers, December 1739, 01 December 1739-28 December 1739

    Treasury Books and Papers December 1739 December 1739 Dec. 1. 193 . ( a-k. ) Abbreviate or statement of account by Allan Whitefoord, Receiver General of Scotland, of moneys received and issued for the following periods respectively: 1738, Dec.

    Venice, April 1556, 16-30, 16 April 1556-30 April 1556

    Venice April 1556, 16 30 April 1556, 16 30 April 18. Original Letter Book, penes me. Letter No. 71. 459 . Bernardo Navagero, Venetian Ambassador at Rome, to the Doge and Senate. On Sunday the Pope ordered consistory for

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bedhampton

    Parishes Bedhampton BEDHAMPTON Betametone (xi cent.); Bodehampton (xv cent.); Bedhampton (xvi cent.). The parish of Bedhampton is very long and narrow, being about 11/2 miles in breadth at the widest part and 61/2 miles in length; its southern part

    The liberty of Alverstoke with Gosport

    The liberty of Alverstoke with Gosport THE LIBERTY OF ALVERSTOKE WITH GOSPORT Alverstoke (Alwarestoch and Halwarestoke, xi to xiii cent.; Alvardestoke, xiv cent.; Aillewardstoke, xv cent.; Alverstoke , xvi cent.). The liberty of ALVERSTOKE , including GOSPORT , is

    Parishes Bursledon

    Parishes Bursledon BURSLEDON Brixenden (xii cent.); Burstlesden (xiv cent.); Bristelden (xvi cent.). The parish of Bursledon is a beautiful little tract of country, 1,100 acres in extent, on the right bank of the Hamble River, which is here tidal.

    Parishes Boarhunt Boarhunt Church

    Parishes Boarhunt BOARHUNT Boorhunt, Burghunt (xiii cent.), Bourhunt Herberd (xv cent.), Burrant Harbard (xvi cent.), Boarhunt (xvi cent.). Boarhunt is a small parish 3 miles north-east from Fareham station and 8 miles north from Gosport . The River Wallington

    The liberty of Portsmouth and Portsea Island Introduction A Plan of Portsmouth 1762 .

    The liberty of Portsmouth and Portsea Island Introduction THE LIBERTY OF PORTSMOUTH AND PORTSEA ISLAND The island of Portsea is separated from the mainland by a narrow channel known as the Port Creek , crossed by means of an

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NAVAL INTELLIGENCE, TRIAL OF RIUAR ADMIRAL HARVEY. Op Monday the Court Martial an Rear Admiral ELTA B HARVEY commenced in Portsmouth Harbour, onl board his Majesty's ship Gladiator, at half past, nine o'clock. The Members of the Cout were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COURT MARTIAL UPON CAPT. DICKINSON. SATURDIAY, SEPT. 12-SIXTEarNTc DAY.-Coem5iss!ol"er ROs, of the Dock-yard, Malta, described the repairs required by the Genoa at Malta. Ile had known Captain Dickinson for 15 years, and he was an Officer who, had risen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MI SCELLANEOUS. COBDEN TEST1nsoxsAL.-METRoPOLITAN SUBSCRIPTIONS To 23RD INST.- Although the address of the committee ap- peared only on the 14th inst., upwards of 9,0001. have been already subscribed, being at the rate of 1,0001. per diem. The public feeling Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE ARMY AND NAVY. ROYAL MILITrART ACADEMY, WOOIVwICo.-Major-General J. Boteler Parker, C.B., Lieutenant-Governor of the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, has issued an order, of which the following is a copy: " Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, Oct. 7. "The unprecedented Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I NAVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE. ADDITIONAL CAVALRY AND INFANTRY FOR, TmaiKEY.-The remain- ing troops of the 11th Hussars have left Dublin this week for Con- stantinople. The 5th Dragoon Guards will embark at Kingstown, on the 25th inst., on Subscribers-only content

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

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    Ordinary's Account, 03/10/1759

    Another certificate signed by the same, of the same tenour and date, certifies his like good behaviour on board the Ramillies, from September the 8th, 1755 , to May the 3d, 1756 . And another of the like tenour,


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