The English Levant Company: Its Foundation and Its History to 1640

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G. Routledge & Sons, Limited, 1908 - Great Britain - 270 pages
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Page 163 - FURTHER our pleasure is, and by these presents, for us, our heires and Successors, Wee doe covenant and grant to and with the...
Page 174 - Commonwealth; and that it shall and may be lawfull to and for the said...
Page 141 - And for the better execution of our will, gift, and grant in this behalf, we have assigned, named, constituted, and made, and by these presents, for us, our heirs and successors, do assign, name, constitute, and make, our well beloved Robert Lnrthing, esq.
Page 155 - And further, our will and pleasure is, and by these presents, for us, our heirs and successors, we do grant unto the said Governor and Company, and...
Page 141 - Pleasure, to break, change, and to make anew, or alter, as to them shall seem expedient. AND FURTHER WE WILL, and by these Presents for Us, Our Heirs and Successors, WE DO ordain, that there shall be from henceforth one of the same Company to be elected and appointed in such Form as hereafter in these Presents is expressed, which shall be called The Governor of the said Company.
Page 151 - William Penn, and his heires and assignes, That Wee, our heires and Successors, shall at no time hereafter sett or make, or cause to be sett, any...
Page 143 - Provisions in these Presents expressed and declared. And further, We will, and by these Presents for Us, our Heirs and Successors...
Page 139 - Bay, they shall have perpetual succession, and that they and their successors, by the name of The Governor and Company of Adventures trading into Hudson's Bay...
Page 170 - HAVE of our especiall grace certaine knowledge and meere mocon given and Graunted And by these presents for us our heires and Successors DOE give and Graunt unto our dearest Brother James Duke of...
Page 220 - ... thither is to be handled with great secrecy, and his voyage to be performed rather by land than by sea, for that otherwise the Italians that are here will seek underhand that he may be disgraced at his repair thither, and therefore it shall be very well done to give out that in respect of the danger of the traffic her majesty cannot be induced that her subjects shall trade thither.

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