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  • * British History Online *

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    Warrant Book, March 1706, 1-15, 01 March 1706-31 March 1706

    the embargo from all trows, boats and other vessels on the Avon, Severn and in other parts of the Bristol Channel trading coastwise : and likewise from all ships and vessels whatsoever laden with coals or salt : and likewise

    America and West Indies, March 1697, 16-20, 01 March 1697-31 March 1697

    Bideford and Barnstaple merchants press earnestly for the despatch of the convoy appointed for the fishing ships from the Bristol Channel, that if possible she shall be at Milford by the 25th instant, and that the Captain may have orders

    Entry Book, June 1693, 1-10, 01 June 1693-10 June 1693

    to Mr. Fox for the Commissioners of the Transports for a month's freight for 5,736 tons of shipping in Bristol Channel 3,446 10 2 to ditto for same Commissioners, for hay, oats 1,000 0 0 to ditto for same, to

    Custom House Records, Introduction

    vessel hailed from that creek. The Letter Books contain frequent reports as to the smugglers who swarmed in the Bristol Channel, and show that the Cardiff Customs officers found great difficulty in impressing upon their superiors in London the necessity

    Council Minutes, 1855-62

    for Liverpool. Resolved, that the Town Clerk call the attention of the Government to the defenceless state of the Bristol Channel. The "Havannah" ship has been appropriated as an industrial school. Property Committee to enquire when the encroachment was made

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a etholwyd. ga Cafodd y sgwner " Mary," perthynol i Borthmad. ga og, ei rhedeg i lawr yn y Bristol Channel, ar y 23ain se cynfisol, gan yr agerlong "Sheldrach," o Lerpwl. w Suddodd y llestr yn ddioed, ac ni Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Preliminary Examinations. of The School is healthily sitsated on Stow Hill, and to commands a beautiful view of the Bristol Channel and to the Somer setshire Coast, aud is thus eminently adapted n, for boarders.! Ther barter commences Tuesday, July Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Law Preliminary Examintions. d The School is healthily situated on Stow Hill, and commiands a beautiful view of the Bristol Channel and hi the Somer setshire Coast, and is thus emincntly adapted fur boarders. I The Quarter commences Tuesday, July Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Law Preliminary Examinations. The School is healthily situated on Stow Hill, and commands a beautiful view of the Bristol Channel and the Somer setshire Coast, and is thus eminently adapted. for boarders. The Quarter commences Tuesday, July 27th, 1875. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Law Preliminary, Exarriiiaiions. The; School is healtihil jitaited on Stow Hill, and cocrmands a beautiful view of the Bristol Channel and A the Somer setahire Coast, and iis thus eminently aaapted A foir br ' - der s.b The. Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The siege of London., 1885

    .t^uvoughout the Country.-A Rising planned in Ireland .-Despatch of Troops there.-Weakness of the British Army.-Great Naval Battle off the Bristol Channel .-Victory for, the English Fleet .- News arrives that the Russians are Marching on India .-• Outbreak of popular Subscribers-only content

    Chapters of Irish history., 1886

    ' Ruarc, prince of Leitrim . " The next actors in the scene were from the shores of the Bristol Channel . O ' Ruarc, after a long struggle, drove Dermot out of Ireland ; when the latter paid homage Subscribers-only content

    The place of the Welsh in the history of Britain., 1889

    Roman Britain from the High¬ lands down to the Bristol Channel under the name of Kymry or fellow-countrymen, a name still surviving in Cumberland and in the Latin name for Wales . Under the pressure of common foes, they developed Subscribers-only content

    The place of the Welsh in the history of Britain., 1889

    Milford , and Fish¬ guard, and they also occupied in force the whole of the Welsh shores of the Bristol Channel , founding Swansea (Sweyns eye-island) and other towns. This invasion of Wales by the Danes and Northmen was followed Subscribers-only content

    The Columban clergy of North Britain, and their harrying by the Norsemen., 1879

    of the Danes in Ireland , " xxxiii.). They probably descended on other places besides the land on the Bristol Channel , but the history of the western coasts of Britain at this time is very obscure indeed. The scattering Subscribers-only content

 

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