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  1. In the Indies, at St.
  2. Lucia in the West Indies.
  3. Bundled to the West Indies.
  4. Bartholomews, in the West Indies.
  5. That was the day of the Galland Indies.

  6. Indias; las —, the Indies ( Eastor West).
  7. Coralline agates in the West Indies, i, 141.
  8. Nobody ate it except a few slaves in the West Indies.
  9. Before the discovery of the Spanish West Indies, ten per cent.
  10. You’ve brought me to the Indies where I wanted to be so badly.
  11. United Company of Merchants of England Trading to the East Indies -.
  12. He is going off to the West Indies by his father's request, and he.
  13. Then follow many adventures in the West Indies, where the rivals meet.
  14. The Indies and the sea and pillage and glory all seemed to have failed him.
  15. Transported to the Indies, his live blood would not spoil like bottled ale.

  16. They tell me of California and Texas, of England and the Indies, of the Hon.
  17. They captured the Dutch East Indies, French Indochina, and British Hong Kong.
  18. Burma and the Dutch East Indies will then be attacked by the end of December.
  19. Now the Sultan of the Indies, curious to see a young prince with such strange.
  20. The oil fields of the Dutch East Indies are however of prime importance for us.
  21. Do you find interesting things to be doing here in the Indies? Henry asked.
  22. Indies had one more despotic; but fortunately she was of the true Russian breed.
  23. British West Indies with its beautiful, clear waters had been the ideal place for.
  24. And when the TUOLOMEE lef t for the West Indies and the Barbary Coast Gatsby lef too.
  25. We're not working West Indies time here, little Caesar, began Johnny with a snarl.

  26. Her mind goes back to when she was a child of age 6, growing up in Jamaica, West Indies.
  27. Black’s would have been the most polite name to describe arrivals from the West Indies.
  28. As to cotton, large quantities of this article were formerly drawn from the West Indies.
  29. While these events were happening in Saumur, Charles was making his fortune in the Indies.
  30. Carey even refused to eat sugar that slaves had been forced to harvest in the West Indies.
  31. The hospital room is crowded with Dana‘s family and relatives from Jamaica, West Indies.
  32. A few sailing ships, laden for the East Indies, were heading toward the Cape of Good Hope.
  33. He’d been born in what was once the Dutch East Indies and had never set foot in Holland.
  34. He would, in proof of this declaration, read from Edwards' History of the West Indies, vol.
  35. They had long been settled in Asia, ruling India and Indo-China and much of the East Indies.
  36. I spotted Jidda, an important financial center for Egypt, Syria, Turkey, and the East Indies.
  37. D'Aubremel sailed for the Indies to retrieve his fortune, and met death there by yellow fever.
  38. She will spend the rest of her life with her family and her relatives in Jamaica, West Indies.
  39. It has been said that Canada is of less value than one of the sugar islands of the West Indies.
  40. Begin your conquest in the West Indies, and you must increase your navy to acquire and defend them.
  41. It had come over to the West Indies with slaves, and even slave masters had once feared the practice.
  42. In his letters to Ferdinand and Isabella, he called the countries which he had discovered the Indies.
  43. He and nine others tumbled the poor stiff wretches overside and made off with the ship for the Indies.
  44. Did it produce starvation in the West Indies? No, sir; the politicians of that day did not so calculate.
  45. The lands in America and the West Indies, indeed, are, in general, not tenanted nor leased out to farmers.
  46. Look at the West Indies, where the embargo has a decided ascendency over every other measure you can adopt.
  47. Indies after three years patrolling, it is sometimes difficult to tell sailors with three months’ pay in.
  48. I went down to Ramsgate for a week with a friend last September, just after my return from the West Indies.
  49. She was cleared for Bombay, India, or any other port in the East Indies, on a voyage not to exceed two years.
  50. The most barbarous nations either of Africa or of the East Indies, were shepherds; even the Hottentots were so.
  51. In 1862, the USS Wyoming was detached and sent to the East Indies thereby reducing the fleet by one fighting ship.
  52. The sugar colonies possessed by the European nations in the West Indies may be compared to those precious vineyards.
  53. His library was the finest in the Indies, and, as far as information went, he was the most learned man anywhere about.
  54. This, perhaps, is nearly the present state of Bengal, and of some other of the English settlements in the East Indies.
  55. It would show Tim that he had his sorrows—that he was not just a feather-head boy with a craving to go to the Indies.
  56. They fought their way at the same time to trade in the East Indies and America, and to national independence in Europe.
  57. Domingo has caused such a demand for sugar, that the cultivation of cotton in the British West Indies has ceased, 83;.
  58. Perhaps I ought, in presuming to speak further about the West Indies, to apologize to the gentleman from Maryland, (Mr.
  59. A gang of bastard sailors roved through the land and carried me off—a little boy to be sold for a slave in the Indies.
  60. The tradesmen of Cadiz had negotiated a charter whereby they were to receive all merchandise coming from the West Indies.
  61. He then presented a diminutive Black Man, lately brought from the West Indies, whom he call’d the Wonder of this Age.
  62. The word is out that Missy will quit her job within a few weeks and move with her entire family back to Jamaica, West Indies.
  63. Europe, however, has hitherto derived much less advantage from its commerce with the East Indies, than from that with America.
  64. However desirous the people might be to hold that property, there could be no fear of their wanting them from the West Indies.
  65. I am hoping to push my convoy through while the majority of the Japanese fleet is still occupied around the Dutch East Indies.
  66. During the sixteenth century, the Portuguese were the only European nation who carried on any regular trade to the East Indies.
  67. In Holland, the West Indies, as well as in other countries and islands, exposed to the sea air, consumption is of rare occurrence.
  68. Abreast of the West Indies, this valley forks into two arms, and to the north it ends in an enormous depression 9,000 meters deep.
  69. My second brother having made the same proposal, decided upon going to the Indies, embarking the portion that fell to him in trade.
  70. The Indies? Why, so am I, to-morrow in the morning; out for Barbados with knives and sickles and dress goods for the plantations.
  71. The Dutch settlements in the West, as well as those in the East Indies, were originally put under the government of an exclusive company.
  72. The arrival of Asians from India and Pakistan and Afro- Caribbean’s from the West Indies seemed to lessen the animosity towards the Irish.
  73. I think I shall trade," said he, leaning back in his chair, "to the East Indies, for silks, shawls, spices, dyes, drugs, and precious woods.
  74. Such are, in a great measure, the trades which carry the goods of the East and West Indies and of America to the different European markets.
  75. Sir Home Popham (a distinguished officer in the English Navy) had under his command in the last war two or three frigates in the East Indies.
  76. What the Cape of Good Hope is between Europe and every part of the East Indies, Batavia is between the principal countries of the East Indies.
  77. Africa, however, as well as several of the countries comprehended under the general name of the East Indies, is inhabited by barbarous nations.
  78. Imitating the Dutch in their shipping of bond-servants to New York, and finally: the shipping of African slaves to the West Indies and America.
  79. We can now simply sit tight, block access to the South China Sea and thus cut Japan’s access to the oil from the Dutch East Indies and Borneo.
  80. Of the Advantages which Europe has derived From the Discovery of America, and from that of a Passage to the East Indies by the Cape of Good Hope.
  81. In accordance with this scenario, the Japanese Army was given the primary responsibility for conquering Malaya, the Dutch East Indies, and Burma.
  82. In her heart she was enchanted to fasten an ugly and uninteresting girl on Charles, whose life in the West Indies had rendered him very attractive.
  83. Spring had come to Cambria, welling up out of the Indies and out of the hot, dry heart of Africa, and this the fifteenth Spring since Henry went away.
  84. Following the Japanese invasion of the Dutch East Indies, the A-24 and P-40 planes brought to Australia by sea are now out of range of the Philippines.
  85. That is to say, cried Marianne contemptuously, he has told you, that in the East Indies the climate is hot, and the mosquitoes are troublesome.
  86. Mary Turner, Slaves and Missionaries: The Disintegration of Jamaican Slave Society, 1787-1834, (Kingston: The Press of University of West Indies, 1998).
  87. The dominions of Great Britain, including the East and West Indies, as well as her European dominions, and those on the American Continent, are immense.
  88. In the plenty of good land, the European colonies established in America and the West Indies resemble, and even greatly surpass, those of ancient Greece.
  89. I am told flour is from thirty to fifty dollars a barrel in the West Indies; I am also told that wheat is fourteen shillings sterling a bushel in England.
  90. We could tell the Men we’re off to the West Indies to prey upon the Main Shipping Roads—indeed we will!—but the Cassandra should be not hard to find.
  91. I'll mention chiefly some trunkfish unique to the Red Sea, the sea of the East Indies, and that part of the ocean washing the coasts of equinoctial America.
  92. When the Germans conquered Holland, for example, the Dutch East Indies could expect no help from home when the Japanese attacked them, as they did in 1941.
  93. The United States have furnished the West Indies with the essentials of existence, and also have afforded a market for the colonial produce of those islands.
  94. I have a boy, he said, though Henry could not hear; a boy that’s set his heart in the Indies, and I’m thinking you might be liking to take him, sir.
  95. The countries which possess the colonies of America, and which trade directly to the East Indies, enjoy indeed the whole show and splendour of this great commerce.
  96. France and Britain and Holland had seen in these islands a good hermitage for their criminals, and for years they had unloaded worthless human freight on the Indies.
  97. It is now the most important of the sugar colonies of the West Indies, and its produce is said to be greater than that of all the English sugar colonies put together.
  98. More than two-thirds of this expense were laid out in distant countries; in Germany, Portugal, America, in the ports of the Mediterranean, in the East and West Indies.
  99. Except in Portugal, however, and within these few years in France, the trade to the East Indies has, in every European country, been subjected to an exclusive company.
  100. He received des Grassins, whom he did not recognize, with the impertinence of a young man of fashion conscious of having killed four men in as many duels in the Indies.

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