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" Indies , that, as she did not acknowledge the Spaniards to have any title, by donation of the bishop of Rome, so she knew no right they had to any places other than those they were in actual possession of; for that... "
HISTORY OF NEW NETHERLAND; OR, NEW YORK UNDER THE DUTCH - Page 343
by E.B. O'CALLAGHAN, M.D. - 1855
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The lives and exploits of banditti and robbers in all parts of the ..., Volume 2

Charles MacFarlane - Brigands and robbers - 1833
...knew no right they had to any places others than those they were in actual possession of; f«r that their having touched only here and there upon a coast,...or capes, were such insignificant things as could nowise entitle them to a propriety further than in the parts where they actually settled and continued...
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The last voyage of Capt. Sir John Ross, R.N. to the Arctic regions: for the ...

Robert Huish - Northwest Passage - 1835 - 760 pages
...knew no right they had to any places, other than those they were in actual possession of; for that their having touched only here and there upon a coast, and given names to a few rivers and capes, wore such insignificant things us could no ways entitle to a propriety, further than io...
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The last voyage of Capt. Sir John Ross, R. N. Knt. to the Arctic regions ...

Victory (Ship) - Northwest Passage - 1836 - 716 pages
...knew no right they had to any places, other than those they were in actual possession of; for that their having touched only here and there upon a coast, and given names to a few rivers and capes, were such insignificant things as could no ways entitle to a propriety, further than in...
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Chronicles of the sea: or, Faithful narratives of shipwrecks, fires, famines ...

Chronicles of the sea - 1838
...knew no right they had to any places other than those they were in actual possession of ; for, that their having touched only here and there upon a coast,...or capes, were such insignificant things as could no ways entitle to a proprietary, further than in the parts where they actually settled and continued...
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The History of Oregon and California & the Other Territories of the ...

Robert Greenhow - California - 1844 - 482 pages
...she knew no right they had to any places other than those they were in actual possession of; for that their having touched only here and there upon a coast,...parts where they actually settled, and continued to inhabit." — Camden's Annals of Queen Elizabeth's Reign, for 1580. even during alliance between the...
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On the Discovery of the Mississippi, and on the South-western, Oregon, and ...

Thomas Falconer, Robert Cavelier La Salle (sieur de), Henri de Tonti - Louisiana - 1844 - 195 pages
...Having touched only here and there upon a coast," said Queen Elizabeth to the Spanish Ambassador, " and given names to a few rivers or capes, were such...insignificant things as could in no ways entitle them (the Spaniards) to a propriety farther than in the parts where they actually settled and continued...
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The History of Oregon and California: And the Other Territories of the North ...

Robert Greenhow - California - 1844 - 482 pages
...she knew no right they had to any places other than those they were in actual possession of; for that their having touched only here and there upon a coast, and given names to a few riven or capes, were such insignificant things as could in no ways entitle them to a propri«|ty farther...
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A Brief Description of New York: Formerly Called New Netherlands, with the ...

Daniel Denton - Indians of North America - 1845 - 74 pages
...acknowledge the Spaniards to have any title by donation of the Bishop of Rome, so she knew no right they h&d to any places other than those they were in actual...to a few rivers, or capes, were such insignificant thiugs as could in no ways entitle them to a propriety, farther than in the parts where they actually...
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The Oregon Question: Or, A Statement of the British Claims to the Oregon ...

Thomas Falconer - Oregon question - 1845 - 49 pages
...Having touched only here and there upon a coast," said Queen Elizabeth to the Spanish Ambassador, " and given names to a few rivers or capes, were such...insignificant things as could in no ways entitle them (the Spaniards) to a propriety farther than in the parts where they actually settled and continued...
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The Lives and Exploits of the Most Noted Robbers, Buccaneers, and Pirates of ...

Brigands and robbers - 1846
...knew no right they had to any places others than those they were in actual possession of; for that their having touched Only here and there upon a coast,...rivers or capes, were such insignificant things as eould no ways entitle them to a propriety further than in the parts where they actually settled and...
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