1 edition of An Account of rock-salt from the 25th of Decemb. 1699, to the 25th of Decemb. 1700 found in the catalog.
Date of publication from Wing.Wing A220Available electronically as part of Early English books online.Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms, 1962. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 46:34)
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Petition has been received from the wives and widows of the men of the Shoreham stating that a pirate vessel taken by that ship in Virginia about two years ago has been recently condemned in the High Court of the Admiralty.
" A footnote is added from James Gordon's Description of Aberdeen 1661 - "The seashore is plane and sandie, wher at low water there is bounds for hors raices no less than two mylls of lenthe.
167 Thomas Saunders, muster books March-April 1776, At Virginia, to sea end of April, then to Delaware Bay, list of men who either left or joined in the colony. Ship was in a very rotten state and ill fitted for the voyage which lasted from July 1, 1637 to June 22, 1637.  Arthur Lee Humphreys, The Somerset Roll, an experimental list of worthies London: 189724.
Admitted to sit and hear in October 1644, the Prince Elector Palatine, and on one occasion permitted to speak. And whereas the Carriers of Salt do frequently load several Horses with Salt at one Salt-Work and at one time for which they have had but one Warrant or Permit and are often to the 25th of Decemb.
1700 for convenient Carriage of the said Salt to several Places to seperate the said Horses and to drive them several Roads by which means some of the said Salt may be liable to Seizure For [the ] Prevention therefore of such Inconveniencies to the [said ] Carriers It is hereby enacted and the said Officers are hereby strictly charged and required to deliver gratis and without Delay such and so many several Warrants or Permits to each Carrier of Salt as he shall demand for such several Horse-Loads of Salt as he shall load at one Time and at one Salt-Work.
… Whereunto are annexed two tractates of the same author in answer unto D. It does not appear, however, that he was any relation to Dr. Thomas Cave of Stanford Esquire and Mrs.
and pastour of the church at Aldermanbury. his wife was born 17 January 1805. the covenant of workes, and the covenant of grace. John Reve and Ann his wife was bapt. For every Barrel of Red Herrings, from 1st July 1698 to 25th Dec. He was severely wounded at the Battle of Bunker Hill. 44 Edward Saunders, merchant 24 October 1676, in Charles; Walt. Gatewood were married 29 July 1824.
Troops were sent from Virginia and Maryland to protect the Northeast against possible raids from the French and privateers that they were paying to wreak havoc on the colonies.
Peters enlargement vpon the prayers of the Church.
Carter were married 15 Augt 1841? Having chaired the committee of the whole on the 28th upon the bill to settle the Africa trade, he assumed managerial responsibility for it.