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  • This sum was ventured again in an expedition undertaken by Raleigh in the following year, (1707) with the result that the City netted no less a sum than £12,000, its share of the spoil of a rich "carraque" that Raleigh had captured. (

    London and the Kingdom - Volume I


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  • Solid milk or dark chocolate pieces that are sometimes topped with raisins, almonds, walnuts and hazelnuts.

    February 28, 2007