1 edition of narrative of Affairs lately received from His Majesties Island of Jamaica found in the catalog.
narrative of Affairs lately received from His Majesties Island of Jamaica
|Statement||viz. I. His Excellency the Governour Sir Thomas Linch"s speech to the Assembly met Sept. 21, 1682. II. Samuel Bernard, Esq; Speaker of the said Assembly, his Speech to the Governour. III. An humble Address from His majesties Council, and the gentlemen of the Assembly, to His Most Sacred Majesty. IV. The Governour"s speech at the Prorouging Assembly.|
|Contributions||Lynch, Thomas, Sir, d. 1684?, Jamaica. Assembly, 1682.|
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His Majesty's Government having, towards the close of the year , determined upon another attempt to effect a northern passage by sea between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, and Captain Parry, the highly distinguished Commander of the two preceding Expeditions, having been again entrusted with its execution, success, as far as ability, enterprise, and experience could ensure it, . His work on Long Island was assigned for him before his departure, and so was his title "Rector of Queens county." His acquaintance with his recotorial field was, however, very brief. He was suffering from fever when he reached Jamaica, which was to be his headquarters, and about a week later, J , he was dead.
'His inclination,' said the speaker in a formal address to the assembly on 21 July , 'carried him on vigorously to his Majesty's service and this island's interest. His study and care was that there might be no murmuring, no complaining in our streets, no man in his property injured, or of his liberty restrained' (Journals of the Assembly. William Harness was born on Ma in Wickham, Berkshire to John Harness, M.D. and Sarah Dredge; he was baptized at Whitchurch, Hampshire on Ap He received his B.A. in and his M.A. in from Christ’s College, Cambridge.
In his book, Father Osborne gives a detailed account of the controversies within the Catholic community in the later s, which led to the establishment of a second chapel, by a priest from Haiti, William Le Cun, O.P., on High Holburn Street, at Jasper Hall. The removal took place in November, , but other priests continued to make use of. Felix Island, the London bank seen by the brig Cannon, in , in 27° 6′ S. 92° 16′ W., even with the water's edge, and half a mile in length; some coral islands, supposed to be 5° or 6° south of Pitcairn Island, and other spots, which have crept into the charts on doubtful authority, would all be useful objects of research if the.
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A narrative of affairs lately received from His Majesties island of Jamaica: viz. His Excellency the Governour Sir Thomas Linch's speech to the assembly met Sept. II. Samuel Bernard Esq ; speaker of the said assembly, his speech to the Governour, III.
1 The Narrative of General Venables (London, ), p. vii. 3 The Narrative of General Venables, pp. et-seq. THE ENGLISH CONQUEST OF JAMAICA An Account of what happened in the Island of Jamaica, from May 20 of the yearwhen the English laid siege to. Cranfield gave account of his narrative of Affairs lately received from His Majesties Island of Jamaica book upon his Majesty's commission and instructions of 28th March [see ante, Nos.
–], for the bringing of his Majesty's subjects from Surinam, and he presented a narrative to the like effect which was read. Ordered that he give in a memorial of Simpson's case who Cranfieldsaid had behaved ill at. Journal, February Tuesday, February 1.
Present:—Earl of Halifax, Mr. Jenyns, Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Sloper. Jamaica. The Secretary acquainted the Board that he was desired by Mr. Fuller and Mr. Beckford to move their lordships for leave that they may have copies of the following papers lately transmitted to their lordships by Mr.
Moore, Lieutenant Governor of Jamaica, viz.:—. Many of the family name hailed from Jamaica and had been involved in extra-legal affairs in recent years, including the later illegal settlement of the Lower Cape Fear by the “Family.”  Following the late September battle in the Cape Fear River, Col.
William Rhett arrived at Charles Town with Major Stede Bonnet and his crew as. as " Rear Admiral of the White Squadron of his Majesty's fleet," etc. Copy of the Commission of Knowles as " Commander in Chief of his Majesty's ships and vessels employed and to be employed at and about Jamaica," etc.
Volume CCCXCIX., Group-numberOne paper: Copy of Record of Case of Knowles v. Marseilles, April 25th,Eight, P.M. SIR I have the honor to acquaint you that Lord Viscount Castlereagh, his Majesty's principal Secre- tary of State for Foreign Affairs, has charged me with a mission, to accompany the late Chief of the French government, Napoleon Bonaparte, to the isle of Elba, to whose secure asylum in that island, it.
Animation & Cartoons Arts & Music Computers & Technology Cultural & Academic Films Ephemeral Films Movies News & Public Affairs. Understanding 9/ Full text of "A narrative of the Wesleyan mission to Jamaica: with occasional remarks on the state of society in that colony.".
Ian Lancaster Fleming (28 May – 12 August ) was an English author, journalist and naval intelligence officer who is best known for his James Bond series of spy g came from a wealthy family connected to the merchant bank Robert Fleming & Co., and his father was the Member of Parliament for Henley from until his death on the Western Front in At 12 o'clock, Mr.
Prince came home, as no one was permitted to leave the palace, till his majesty had viewed the city. In the morning the children and the girl returned, and I went to view the pit into which I had sunk.
28 NARRATIVE OF It was large enough to hold. Prays for His Majesty's order to said Bishop to pay the same, and also to consider a letter from His Majesty's chaplains in Jamaica, which declares the island, in regard of its great poverty, is not able to allow maintenance for the four Chaplains resident there.
"Read in Council 7 Dec. " [Col. Papers, Vol. XLI., No. ] Dec. To clinch his point he cited several instances to the contrary and quoted at length passages from accounts of two early Jewish heroines and the praise they received for their treacherous exploits: how Jael hid the fleeing Sisera, fed him, and after he had fallen asleep hammered a tent nail through his head (Judges –31; ); and how.
A congregation had lately been formed there, which called Domine Harmanus Blom to be its pastor. 2> Stuyvesant's Bowery, or farm, acquired by him inlay in the present region of Third Avenue and Tenth Street.
Near the present site of St. Mark's Church he built a chapel for his family, his negro slaves, some forty in number, and the. Chapter V DEVELOPMENT OF OBEAH IN JAMAICA. As shown elsewhere it was the Ashanti in Jamaica who, during the days of slavery, maintained a commanding influence over all the other types of slaves, even imposing on them their peculiar superstitions and religious practices, and who have left their impress on the general population of the Island to such an extent that they may undoubtedly be.
interested had arrived at an understanding as to the modifications to be introduced in the treaty, and by a convention concluded with Turkey on the 4th of June England had undertaken to defend the Asiatic dominions of the sultan by force of arms, provided that his majesty carried out all the necessary reforms, to be agreed upon later, and assigned to England the island of Cyprus, which.
The book covers not only the scandalous events in the Colonial West Indies, but also the alarmed reacions of diplomats and statesmen in Madrid and London. While Morgan and his men were laying siege to Panamá, the simmering hostilities between the two nations resulted in vicious political infighting that rivaled the military battles in intensity.
His Majesty having lately referred to this Council the speedy preparing of despatches for St. Christopher's and Jamaica, and Lord Arlington having promised copies of certain papers, ordered that Mr.
Slingesby speak with Mr. Williamson about same, so the Council may be the better able to offer to his Majesty their opinion and advice concerning.
his researches. It is rumored that several historical novels treating of romantic episodes in Hawaiian history are in course of pre-paration. Hon. Gilman's Journals of his Tours through the Islands during the "forties" have lately been received by the Society.
Having received a menacing Letter from him of the 3d of last month and conceiving in consequence thereof, that a representation may come from the American Government to His Majesty’s Ministers, I think it my duty to lay the whole of the Correspondence before their Lordships, together with my public and private Letters to His Excellency Mr.
Vice-Admiral William Bligh FRS (9 September – 7 December ) was an officer of the Royal Navy and a colonial administrator. The Mutiny on the Bounty occurred during his command of HMS Bounty in ; after being set adrift in Bounty ' s launch by the mutineers, Bligh and his loyal men all reached Timor alive, after a journey of 3, nautical miles (6, km; 4, mi).
As his Majesty, Yesterday Morning, was going out an Airing, two ancient Men from Cheshire, the the other 78 Years of Age, delivered a Petition to his Majesty, offering to make a full Discovery of a Silver Mine, that they, after 20 Years Search, have found out in the said County of Chester; which Petition his Majesty received very.Aug.
1. Jamaica. Gov. Modyford's additional instructions to Admiral Henry Morgan. Whereas nothing can be of greater prejudice to his Majesty's affairs than the old lawless custom of the captains of privateers going from the fleet with their vessels when they please, on information of any such intention, proved before a court martial, Admiral Morgan is to take from such persons their.Lord John Grey, a lieutenant-colonel in His Majesty’s army, arrives in Jamaica with orders to quash a slave rebellion brewing in the mountains.
But a much deadlier threat lies close at hand. The governor of the island is being menaced by zombies, according to a servant. Lord John has no idea what a zombie is, but it doesn’t sound good.