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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    with a watery grave. The rest, numbering thirteen, saved themselves by the boats. Nearly 200 sail took shelter in Bridlington Bay to escape the fury of the gale. The surf in the bay was so great as to prevent all Subscribers-only content

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    Saturday to bee the effect that late on Friday night the steamer Asluford vit, of was in collision in Bridlington Bay with the steamer It Biddick. Both vessels are owned in Sunderland. Theo ht mit weather was very stormy at Subscribers-only content

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    much damarged. SINGULAR STORY OF A SHIPWRECK. The Amelia, Captain Profit, front Aquilas for Leith, yes- terday arrived in Bridlington Bay, and landed a boy named John MlcLaren, whom she picked ap afloat off Port- land on the 12th, He Subscribers-only content

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    harbour were heavily ,attained. The steamer Cora Maria, of CArdiff. has arrived in the Tyne, after being ashore in Bridlington Bay, A heavy gAle prevailed off Liverpool yesterday, from south-south-west. At Holyhead the severity of the gale was very great, Subscribers-only content

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    Hull, the sanitary authorities here have declared that port to be infected. and ordered arrivals from the Humber and Bridlington Bay, as well as from all German ports, to be treated as suspected. AmsTsaPAm, September 6.-There were two eases oE Subscribers-only content

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    STRICKLAND, Sir William, 3rd Bt. (1665-1724), of Boynton, Yorks.

    several tellerships, mainly concerned with supply measures, he guided through the Commons a bill for repairing the pier at Bridlington Bay. In the 1697–8 session, on 10 Dec. 1697, he was one of the leading Whigs normally supporting the Court

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