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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a fireproof'balloon made of asbestos beleg successfully inflated and sent up by means of a spirit lam u The Black Rocks, theresidence of the late Mr. J. San$ . at Saudgato, has been purchased for £2,000. for i01 Samaritan SocietA Subscribers-only content

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    and bowsprit, and the hull being complete doubled up. The brig Hawkhill, of Whitby, was driven on to the Black Rocks near the Flartlepool pier, where she will become a total wreck. We are sorry to have to record' the Subscribers-only content

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    enriched. There are.twventy viewsi altogether-Hartington, 8c Y Hardwick Hall, All Saints, Derby; Derby from St. Mary's al :t Bridge, Black Rocks neaer Cromford, Leabumt (the ore lo e of Florence Nightingale), entrance to Peak Cavern, Castle- Ic if WMosalDale Peacock Subscribers-only content

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    bound from Grimstadt for a Leith with pit pro. struck early yesterday morning e duing a gale on the Black Rocks, to the east of CantMe d .Bay, North -Berwick,. and became a totalwreckc The .crew of four were saved Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had a peep at Crom- ford, nestling at the foot of Harp Edge, in tull view of the noted Black Rocks; then a passing glance at Willersley Castle, with its beautiful grounds, on our way to Lea and Lea Harst. Subscribers-only content

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