Dare Robert Captain : A great victory at sea against the Irish rebels, by Captaine Robert Dare commander of the English: : where were taken the Earle of Antrim his great ship, 22 peeces of ordnance, 3 barrels of gun-powder, 100 muskets, ... 25 of Captain Dares men slain, and sore wounded.
Darien Panama And Colombia : Coleccion de los viages y descubrimientos que hicieron por mar los españoles desde fines del siglo XV : con varios documentos inéditos concernientes á la historia de la marina castellana y de los establecimientos españoles en Indias / coordinada é ilustrada por Martin Fernandez de Navarrete.
Darien Panama And Colombia History : The Council-General of the Indian and African Company's petition to His Majesty; Company of Scotland Trading to Africa and the Indies.
Darien Panama And Columbia History Early Works To 1800 : A short account from, and description of the Isthmus of Darien, where the Scots Collony are settled : With a particular map of the Isthmus and enterence to the river of Darien. According to our late news, and Mr. Dampier and Mr. Wafer.
Darien Scots Colony 1698 1700 History Sources : A letter from the Commission of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, met at Glasgow, July 21, 1699 : to the Honourable Council, and inhabitants of the Scots colony of Caledonia, in America.; Church of Scotland.
Darien Scots Colony Early Works To 1800 : By the honourable Sir William Beeston Kt. His Majesties Lieutenant Governour and commander in chief, in, and over this his island of Jamaica, and other the territories depending thereon in America, and vice-admiral of the same. A proclamation; Beeston, William,
Darkin Isaac 1761 : The authentic trial, and memoirs of Isaac Darkin, alias Dumas, : capitally convicted for a highway-robbery, near Nettlebed, before Mr. Baron Adams, at the Lent assizes at Oxford on Friday the sixth, and executed for the same on Monday the 23d of March, 1761. : Wherein are given, a faithful history of his life; several original letters, among which are those that were the occasion of his being apprehended; his capital conviction at Chelmsford; his conditional pardon, and return from Antigua; the robbery of Lord Percival, and his acquittal at Salisbury; together with his behaviour after his sentence at Oxford, and at the place of execution.; Darkin, Isaac,
Darling James Ralph : The education of a civilized man : a selection of speeches and sermons / edited, with an introduction, by Michael Persse.; Darling, James Ralph.
Darlington England History Early Works To 1800 : Lamentable ne[ws] from the towne of Darnton in the bishopricke of Durham, being y[e] north partes of England, : where was burned 273. houses, vppon the 7 .day of May last past 1585. being as lamentable a matter as euer was heard..