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  • * British History Online * *

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    Henry VIII, April 1513, 11-20, 01 April 1513-30 April 1513

    rose so sore at N.N.E. they were fain to set in with the Traad, and went in at the Broad Sound. Before St. Matthew's, there lay at road 15 sail of "[m ] en a war," who "fled like cowards"

    General Index, B, 01 January 1696-31 December 1696

    , lands of Brittas , Lord Broad Fourteens , the Broadhaven Broadly , William Broad money , reference to Broad Sound , the Broadway , co. Gloucester Brockett , Mr. Brockworth (co. Gloucester), manor of Broderick (Brodrick), Alan Allen Mr. Subscribers-only content

    Transactions - vol. 1, 1624-5

    and the bulwark), the sound is known only to islanders and no fortification is necessary. (f) The dangers of Broad Sound are such that it is of no use; it is known only to the islanders who are fishermen. (g)

    Warrants etc, July 1698, 16-31, 16 July 1698-29 July 1698

    Arthur's Island, Round Island, Scilly alias Sulley Island and the sounds called Craw Sound, St. Mary Sound and the Broad Sound and all his Majesty's harbours for ships called New Grynsey, Old Grynsey, and all other rocks, islands & c.,

    Charles II, October 1676, 01 October 1676-31 October 1676

    lading of salt overboard. Both masters say they saw the French fleet set out of Brest sailed through the Broad Sound consisting 12 men-ofwar, great ships, and about half as many traders, said to go for the Caribbees. They sailed Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    damage. ]at SCILLY, Dec.10 hle The Empire (ses.), Woodcock, from tine Clyde for Bor. iat dean; which foundered in Broad Sound, on the 2t ich November, has broken up. duritng the laet few daye, and a c seat good deal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mass of foam, aud causing enormous billows to roll in from the Atlantic. A large steamer was seon in Broad Sound, appalrently disabled. No hel, howovar, oould be aforded, fortheseecwssruniirrgliterally mountainshigh, and no crow could have put out without inevitable Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    refuge put poses. We incline to the belief that, as doing so would necessitate the shutting up of the Broad Sound, it suight not be in accordance with the views of the parties on the spot, who regarded with most Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    anchorage (in five fathoms) perfectly land- t loc'-ed. About two degrees to the northward of Port Curtis i is Broad Sound, into which falls a large river, yet unex- I plored, vhit, judging from Dr. Leichbardt's discoveries, is very likelv Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    There seemed to be good land behind the M~aogroves, near Cape Upstart, but the tract from Whitsunday Passage to Broad Sound (just within the tropics) was the most fertile and inviting in aspect of any part of the coast of Subscribers-only content

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