West Indies -- Commerce -- France. : Interesting intelligence! Boston, March, 27, 1794. [electronic resource] : By the packet from Halifax, arived this day, we present the following interesting intelligence. : Extract of letters from Messrs. Bird, Savage and Bird, merchants, in London, to their correspondent in this town, dated as under.
Constitutional law -- West Indies -- Early works to 1800. : A view of the constitution of the British colonies : in North America and the West Indies, at the time the civil war broke out on the continent of America : in which notice is taken of such alterations as have happened since that time, down to the present period : with a variety of colony precedents, which are chiefly adapted to the British West India Islands : and may be useful to those who have any intercourse with the colonies / by Anthony Stokes.
Creole dialects, French -- West Indies -- Congresses. : Le français dans les aires créolophones : Vers une didactique adaptée. [Actes du séminaire organisé par l'organisation internationale de la francophonie à La Dominique, Roseau, du 25 au 28 juin 2007 / organisation internationale de la francophonie ; sous la direction de Amidou Maïga.
West Indies -- Discovery and exploration -- British -- Early works to 1800. : A relation of the rare occurrences in a third voyage made by Sir Francis Drake into the West Indies in the years 72 and 73 [electronic resource] : when Nombre de Dios was by him and 52 others only in his company surprised / faithfully taken out of ye reports of Mr. Christopher Ceelie, Ellis Hixon and others ... by Phillip Nicholls, preacher ; reviewed also by ye same Sir Francis Drake.
West Indies -- Discovery and exploration -- Early works to 1800. : An account of a controversy betwixt Stephano de Angelis, and John Baptista Riccioli, concerning the motion of the earth. An enlargement of the observations ... imparted by a curious travellour to Jamaica ... An extract of a printed letter ... touching a late difference, risen at Paris, about the transfusion of bloud. An account of two books ...
West Indies -- Early works to 1800. : A summary, historical and political, of the first planting, progressive improvements, and present state of the British settlements in North-America. : Containing I. Some general Account of ancient and modern Colonies, the granting and settling of the British Continent and West-India Island Colonies, with some transient Remarks concerning the adjoining French and Spanish Settlements, and other Remarks of various Natures. II. The Hudson's-Bay Company's Lodges, Furr and Skin Trade. III. Newfoundland Harbours and Cod-Fishery. IV. The Province of L'Accadie or Nova-Scotia; with the Vicissitudes of the Property and Jurisdiction thereof, and its present State V. The several Grants of Sagadahock, Province of Main, Massachusetts-Bay, and New-Plymouth, united by a new Charter in the present Province of Massachusetts-Bay, commonly called New-England. By William Douglass, M.D.