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  • New Student's Reference Work (1914) Jamaica 66111The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Jamaica Jamaica (jä-mā' kä), first called Xaymaca, "land
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  • had settled in Jamaica immediately after its conquest by England in 1658. He was sent to England, resided for a time at Trinity College, Oxford, whence
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  • Jamaica Anansi Stories by Martha Warren Beckwith, with music recorded in the field by Helen Roberts Preface 76807Jamaica Anansi Stories — Prefaceby
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  • immigration of labour from Africa to Jamaica (Report of the Standing Committee of the Chamber of Commerce of Jamaica, 1847, p. 22). He retired to England
    363 bytes (399 words) - 13:38, 29 January 2011
  • Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 8 Jamaica 101951Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 8 Jamaica The largest of the British West Indian islands
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  • Henry, was master of Winchester School and warden of New College, Oxford. Beeston went to Jamaica in 1660. In 1664 he was elected, as member for Port Royal
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  • he published his only work, 'An Essay on the Bilious or Yellow Fever of Jamaica, collected from the manuscript of a late Surgeon.' In the preface Blicke
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  • strongly the placing of the laboratory at the Tortugas; six recommend Jamaica; three Porto Rico; two the Gulf Coast; two the Bahamas; the Isle of Pines
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  • Jamaica Anansi Stories by Martha Warren Beckwith Abbreviations of Titles 194190Jamaica Anansi Stories — Abbreviations of TitlesMartha Warren Beckwith
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  • dissent, possessed large property, including lands and hereditaments in Jamaica. Little is known of his early life, but towards the close of his days his
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  • contesting Glasgow in the radical interest, Metcalfe was appointed governor of Jamaica (11 July 1839). He was admitted a member of the privy council on 31 July
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  • François Jacquier Diocese of Jaén Jaenbert Jaffa Diocese of Jaffna Jainism Jamaica Denis Jamay Epistle of St. James James of Brescia James of Edessa James
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  • Picturesque Tour of the Island of Jamaica  (1825)  by James Hakewill 1343137A Picturesque Tour of the Island of JamaicaJames Hakewill1825 A PICTURESQUE
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  • Long [q. v.], the historian of Jamaica, was his grandfather. He was educated at Harrow School and at Trinity College, Cambridge, where he gained a declamation
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  • posthumous son of John Hibbert (1732–1769), a Jamaica merchant, and Janet, daughter of Samuel Gordon, was born in Jamaica in 1770; hence he speaks of himself as
    355 bytes (661 words) - 07:32, 20 June 2013
  • bart. [q. v.], was born in Jamaica in 1756. His mother was Catharina Maria, eldest daughter of Samuel Long of Longville, Jamaica, and sister of Edward Long
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  • connected with Jamaica since Charles Long's great-grandfather, Samuel, had been made, on the conquest of Jamaica, secretary to the Jamaica commissioners
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  • served as military secretary in the West Indies from 1833 to 1836, and in Jamaica from 1836 to 1839. Sir Charles Darling was made captain in 1839, and retired
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  • Prussian Academy of Science: Berlin I 415 The Tropical Station at Cinchona, Jamaica 427 Education and Industry 431 Evolution Not the Origin of Species 445
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  • the fleet, which he accompanied first to Hispaniola, and afterwards to Jamaica. He was probably present at the capture of this island in 1653, but nothing
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