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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, Y, 01 January 1653-31 December 1654

    Norfolk : fleet takes refuge at, from storm, 130 main body remains near, 135. troops brought to London from, 225. York , duke of. See James, duke of York. Young , Anthony, naval captain, sent for trial to London, 2.

    Addenda, November 1674, 01 November 1674-30 November 1674

    killed or taken. The storm has done inexpressible damage in the Leeward Islands upon ships, houses, mills and all their fruits. Considerable ships were wrecked in this harbour. But, not to leave you in a storm, once more all happiness

    A state of the navy accompt, 1711

    Raising Men, 4,729 10 05 Rebuilding Ships lost in the great Storm, 134,232 00 00 Bounty to Widows, & c . of Officers and Seamen lost in the Storm, 15,158 00 11 Bounty to Officers serving under Sir George Rooke

    Index Of Subjects, Q, 01 January 1704-31 December 1705

    medicine chests for, 335 salaries, 308, 392, 420 silver vessels for making medicines for, 337. Queen's Bargehouses damaged by the storm, 362 repaired, 427. Queen's (or King's) Barges, Master of (J. Warner), allowances, arrears of, 439 livery for, 437 payments

    GOSSEN, Gerard or Garrett

    of Brabant, Doctor of Louvain (so he declared, for his letters testimonial with other evidence had been lost in a storm at sea during his flight from the Duke of Alva - according to his story) was asked by the

  • * Board of Longitude *

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    Lunar observations taken on board HM brig Trent by John Franklin

    dragged approximately sixty miles by rope through the ice. Once back in open water HMS Dorothea was damaged during a storm and Captain Buchan, against Franklin’s desires, decided to return both ships back to England. Sophie WaringHistory and Philosophy of

    Dog watch of HMS Trent including daily observations and calculations

    approximately thirty miles into ice and could go no further. Whilst retreating back south the Dorothea was damaged in a storm shortly after the two ships reached open water and, despite John Franklin’s appeal to go ahead along with the

    Letter from W.H. Mallison on a method of purifying water at sea

    the fraudulent figures found therein, another RGO 14/44:85letter concerns a design for a kite for communicating between ships in a storm and a proposal to replace hay for cattle on board ships with dried parsnips and carrots to avoid fires

    Daedalus, store ship (fl 1791-1792)Letter from C. Nichols to Dawson Turner

    on the first part of the voyage at sea and concluding at Tenerife. The letter includes a description of a storm encountered in the Bay of Biscay and mention of his plans to make Captain New's son and Mr Pitts

    Entries for July

    Good Hope via the Cape Verde islands. Upon leaving Madeira, he records that their small cutter was caught in a storm and lost its oars, mast, and sails. He notes that they sighted the island of Bonavista [Boa Vista, Cape

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arbbaniatth. "PUNCH" I GYMRU. . Ymddangosodd y gan doniol isod yn "Punch," y newydd. iadur wythnosol digrifol, am Hydref 16eg. Yr oedd mor ddA genyf weled syniadan mor ryddfrydig a chywir am Gymnry mewn rhyw bapyr Seisnig, Eel y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr hwn y taer wahoddir DEWI i Glynnog yn ol. On'd iawn ir hen anedd, " Ty Du,"-heriodd Aml arw storm wrth fagu Gwan faban. gan ameanu-'i wneydyn ddyn,, Gael cynyg wed'yn, gwel, cyn ei gwadu?., Ond " Anereh " Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ai, A chrxmai y ffawydden falch ei phen Pan ddelai heibio ig aruthrol gain, Wrth deimlo'i gwreiddiau obry'n ymryddiu, Tra storm o aeron trwy yr ardd yn gwlawio. Pan fflamiai'r haul ax uchel fanau'r dydd Disgynai hyd fyrierid lanau Gihon; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y dysgedigion yma yn "storm mewn tebot," ydyw llawer sydd yn digwyd'd, ond nid felly y ewbl, er hyny. Dyna helynt Tir yr lwerddon wedi cael Rlawer o sylw, ae y mae wedi bod yn storm yn nhe- bot y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y BibI a ohretydd allan o honynt, oedd y gore.- Cododd y geir. iad enliheg hwn o gynllun y League storm o wrtbdyst. iadau yn y fan o be~b cyfeiriad yx e; erbyn, yn flaei.- brawl yn y dechren iddo Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries The Carmelite friars of Blakeney

    the prior and convent to receive in mortmain from John Tolour the younger and Richard Storm 4 acres adjoining their house. 4 In 1337 John Storm granted to the prior and Carmelite Friars of Sniterley 4 acres of land for

    Houses of Franciscan Friars Winchelsea

    Friars , on condition of his embanking it. 2 When the old town of Winchelsea was destroyed by the great storm of 1287 and rebuilt by King Edward the barons stipulated that he should allow no religious establishment to be

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Molycourt

    in the chapel of the priory of St. Mary , before the image of St. John Baptist . The great storm and, inundations of the fourteenth century were most disastrous to the low lying lands of this poorly endowed priory.

    Goathurst Church

    5 The western doorway was put into the tower in the 16th century. The church was damaged in the great storm of 1703. There was a gallery by 1707 . 6 In 1758 a pew was built for Sir Charles

    Fiddington Church

    the roofs are probably 16th century. Much work was done between 1727 and 1732 , partly as a result of storm damage in 1729 . Coloured screens were placed under the chancel and tower arches. A door beside the pulpit

  • * The Newton Project *

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    Observations upon the Prophecies of Daniel

    the sea of Tiberias in a storm so great, that the ship was covered with water and in danger of sinking, till Christ rebuked the winds and the sea, Matth. viii. 23. For this storm shews that winter was now

    Observations upon the Prophecies of Daniel

    the sea of Tiberias in a storm so great, that the ship was covered with water and in danger of sinking, till Christ rebuked the winds and the sea, Matth. viii. 23. For this storm shews that winter was now

    Treatise on Revelation (Section 3)

    Men in a nocturnal fight where they cannot know their Friends from their Enemies or in a sea fight & storm wherein they perish in great confusion by falling foul on one another. And as yethe people is, so is

    Treatise on Revelation (Section 3)

    Men in a nocturnal fight where they cannot know their Friends from their Enemies or in a sea fight & storm wherein they perish in great confusion by falling foul on one another. And as yethe people is, so is

    Folly and Unreasonableness of Atheism

    possibly be effected in some Fluid portion of Matter, while its Heterogeneous parts were jumbled and confounded together by a Storm, or Hurricane, or Earthquake. To be sure he will rather have the primitive Man to be produced by a

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FRYE, Robert I, of Shoreham, Suss.

    of 40s. for the wages of himself, his constable and II sailors, but while the Elene was under way a storm drove her into Plymouth, where the King’s officers arrested her for the carriage of troops to Gascony. Subsequently, Frye

    TOPCLIFFE, George, of Scarborough, Yorks.

    accused him and others of making off with the vessel while they were sheltering in a Scottish port during a storm, and of sharing the merchandise between them. The case reached the court of Chancery, but the outcome is not

    MOYLE, William, of Bodmin and Bosmaugan in St. Winnow, Cornw.

    recorded in 1393, when he was in possession of cables and skins illegally removed from a vessel wrecked by a storm at Mousehole. It is quite likely that he was a merchant. At the Launceston assizes of 1398 he was

    KILLINGHALL, Francis (1517/19-87), of Middleton St. George, co. Dur.

    Grey’s confidence, being despatched in May to the Queen and Privy Council to present Grey’s version of the failure to storm Leith. It must also have been to Grey, a Wiltshire landowner and brother-in-law to Sir John Brydges, 1st Lord

    ABINGDON, Richard (by 1491-1545), of Bristol, Glos.

    ABINGDON, Richard (by 1491-1545), of Bristol, Glos. Constituency Dates Bristol 1529 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Bristol 1515-16, mayor 1525-6, 1536-7, constable of the staple 1526-7, 1543-4, alderman by 1538-d., auditor, chamberlain’s accts. 1540. Biography A merchant whose goods were assessed

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Sunday 24th November 1850

    Castle Princess Beatrice's copies Transcription An awful day of storm & rain. For some hours it blew a positive hurricane. - Service at 11. - In the afternoon it cleared up for a little & we had a short walk

    Wednesday 8th February 1837

    of the Irish History. Drew & walked out. We went to see the railroad near Hersham & saw the storm carriage pass, with surprising & startling quickness dropping sparks as it flew along, enveloped in clouds of smoke & making

    Wednesday 13th March 1844

    riding, & I walked with dear little Vicky, in the garden. We were driven in by a sort of snow storm. - We dined alone together, & afterwards looked at, & chose some new prints, &c. - Further Details Journal

    Wednesday 21st March 1855

    sat in our pretty new few, the new part of the Church being my beloved Albert's design. - Rain & storm came on, lasting the whole afternoon. - I sing most evenings with Mary Bulteel. - Further Details Journal Entry

    Saturday 1st August 1846

    Judge Advocate Mr Charles Buller . - Just before the Council, when we were speaking to Ld Lansdowne, a terrific storm began, which lasted off & on for 4 hours, accompanied by heavy rain & hail, the hail stones being

 

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