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  • * British History Online * *

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    Conjectural Translations of Bianco's Chart

    a river) Huic Isle of Wight. Antona Hampton. Anbre Portamua Portsmouth. Oudar Arendela Arundel. Soran Shoreham. Caforda Seaford. Brogep Beachy Head. Erlaga Hastings (?). Gingalaxco Winchelsea. Ca mera Camber before Rye. Rmaner Romney. Cobla (? Caput Doble) The Downs. Sentuci

    General Index, B, 01 May 1690-31 October 1691

    John Mr. Mrs. William, see also Bailey. Bayonne "Beach , " The (Sussex), see also Beachy Head. Beach , Richard Beacham , John Beachy Head , see above under "Beach," The. defeat of the English fleet off letter dated from Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 01 January 1694-30 June 1695

    Henry Baxter , Major William Bayley , Martin William Baynard , Dr. Edward Baynton , Robert Bayone , Abraham Beachy Head Beake , Thomas Beal , William Bealahy Fort , co. Mayo Beane , Richard Bear , George Bearcrofts Bearhaven Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 05 January 1690-31 December 1695

    of Bavarian troops Bavarians , the Bavastrello , Benedetto Bawen , Mr. Bayley , George Bayonne Baysselame , Daniel Beachy Head Beake , Bear (Beare), Elizabeth John Peter Beares , George Beauchamp , George Beaumont , Barbary Colonel Beccles Beck Subscribers-only content

    Preface

    7th, and on that day Lord Carmarthen commences his letter, which announced to the King the naval disaster at Beachy Head, with congratulations on the success at the Boyne, which he evidently regarded as decisive of the campaign in Ireland, Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Heene

    were apparently added after 1865. 3 A signal post was built by 1805 as part of the chain between Beachy Head and Portsmouth ; in 1814 it also served to telegraph to ships at sea. 4 In 1616 the l

    Georgian Colchester Economic history

    in 1781 a cargo of rock salt bound for Colchester from Liverpool was captured by a French privateer off Beachy Head . 17 Exports of bread grains were disrupted during food crises. 18 Wheat, barley, and malt were shipped to

    Index A-J

    1304-33 ), Rog. de (d. 1355), Baylie : Jane, see Lewknor Wm., Bayly , Wm., and his w. Eliz., Beachy Head (in Eastbourne ) , Beaton , John, Beauchamp : John (fl. 13th cent., more than one), Joyce, see Cokesey

    Old and New Shoreham Economic history

    the lord of the borough claimed in 1279 to have chase of the sea, presumably an exclusive fishery, from Beachy Head to the Isle of Wight for his sailors of Shoreham , 25 fishing in the North Sea may have

    The borough of Brighton Former PARISH CHURCH of ST. NICHOLAS BRIGHTON

    Brighton lay on the southern slopes of the Downs near the centre of the bay which stretches westward from Beachy Head to Selsey Bill . It was divided by the valley of the Wellesbourne , now occupied by the Steine

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the boat had orders to spealk to nobody ; and the corvette stood off for Hast- inns or Beachy Head. " We think it unnecessary adds the writer, " to make any comment on these facts, for wijich wye Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    unconcerned and un- moved. SUDDnx DiSArrPARA-zcE..`Wedneqday week a coast- guard man, named Parker, was blown over the cliff at Beachy Head. He had been conversing with a friend a few minutes before-they had parted, when tile latter heard a scream, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Reliance and Conqueror on the French coast? replied, from mis- taking Cape Gris Nez for the light of Beachy Head, " they lie in the same latitude, and a man may very easily mistake them." And with this answer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    order of preference is judiciously settled, first in favour of Dover, next of Portland, and thirdly of Seaford, by Beachy Head. Of all the plans, that of Dover is of the most doubtful success, and the most costly. The esti- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of protection and aggression, 87; Portsmouth to Seaford, the fourth centre of protection and aggression, 58; from Seaford (doubling Beachy Head) to Dover, the fifth centre of protection and aggression, 51; from Dover (by the Thames) tozthe Nore, opposite the Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 22nd August 1850

    & the sea looked beautiful. Brighton, all lit up, made a great effect, as well as the cliffs near Beachy Head . - At about ½ p. 5 this morning there was a good deal of swell, as we had

 

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