3 edition of A narrative of affairs lately received from His Majesties island of Jamaica found in the catalog.
A narrative of affairs lately received from His Majesties island of Jamaica
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 872:17|
|Contributions||Lynch, Thomas, Sir, d. 1684?, Jamaica. Assembly|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 6 p|
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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. The Secretary laid before the Board an Order of his Majesty in Council, dated 16th February,permitting and allowing Sir Charles Hardy, the present Governor of New York, to resign the said government.
Ordered, that the Secretary do transmit the said order to Sir Charles Hardy, his Majesty's Governor of New York.
Jamaica. Ordered that the Secretary do write to Capt. Rous, Commander of his Majesty's sloop the Albany, lately stationed at Nova Scotia, to desire his attendance at the Board to-morrow morning.
Jamaica. Their lordships took into consideration the draught of a letter to Mr. Knowles, Governor of Jamaica, prepared pursuant to their lordships' orders, and.
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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. 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.
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. M ost people in the West would struggle to pinpoint the Central African Republic on a map. Its international claim to fame is the dire poverty of its citizens and its terrifying, bloody, seemingly never-ending wars.
The war reached a peak when a mostly Muslim faction, S é l é ka, swept into Bangui, staging a coup d’état and eventually forcing the president to flee. Doyley was confirmed in hiscommand of Jamaica by Charles II., but his commissionwas not issued till 8th February He was verydesirous, however, of returning to England to look afterhis private affairs, and on 2nd August another commissionwas issued to Lord Windsor, appointing him as Doyley'ssuccessor.
Just a year later, in August. His intense application to affairs is noted by the English minister, John Robinson (), who informed his court that there was every prospect of a happy reign in Sweden, provided his majesty were well served and did not injure his health by too much work.
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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, Jhe was dead. Great Britain. Foreign Office: A. Papers relative to the affairs of Belgium: protocols of the conferences held at London, between the plenipotentiaries of Austria, France, Great Britain, Prussia, and Russia; presented to both houses of Parliament by command of His Majesty, (London: Harrison and sons, ) (page images at HathiTrust).
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.
Minister of Foreign Affairs with orders to negotiate with the American Commissioner a treaty upon this basis. The following were some of his Majesty's reasons for desir-ing it: His subjects, native born, were decreasing at a fearful rate, in spite of liberal legislation, a superior civilization, and the ameliorating influences of the Gospel.
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The bodies of the dead pirates were carried to Goat Island, where they were buried between the high and low water marks. Swift nods to both works in his own narrative, though his attitude toward utopia is much more skeptical, and one of the main aspects he points out about famous historical utopias is the tendency to privilege the collective group over the individual.
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. Herbet Morris, British West Indies Regiment deserter.
Add comment September 20th, Headsman. At dawn on this date inyear-old Jamaican soldier Herbert Morris was shot in a courtyard behind the town hall in the Flemish town of Poperinge.
He’d volunteered the year before, 8, kilometers away from the terrible trenches, to cross the Atlantic and stake his life for the 6th.
Here his Majesty possesses some few little hamlets, in which but little tribute is collected, and the natives of the city—who by special privilege pay no Page 37 tribute, because from the very first they received the Spaniards in a friendly manner, furnishing the camp with provisions, and showing themselves loyal on many occasions.
This city.Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, Vol. 23, No. 1, April Invisible Yet Invincible: The Muslim Ummah in Jamaica SULTANA AFROZ The Island so green and smiling, abounding in food and heavily wooded and the Blue Mountains rising to over 7, feet in shrouded peaks dominating the landscape was in supreme display of its majestic beauty.