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  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, November 1666, 01 November 1666-30 November 1666

    King of Denmark's ships of 28 guns with the last great tempest spent all her masts and, driving about Buchan Ness and Peterhead as a wreck, the Earl Marischal sent off his vassals in boats well provided. The captain and Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 166, May 1-20, 1630, 01 May 1630-20 May 1630

    salt. With the rest sent the Mary Rose and Tenth Whelp, who convoyed them to the height of Boekenes [Buchan Ness ? ] and returned the 21st. On the 28th the fishermen came off to sea, and Sir Henry stood Subscribers-only content

    Cecil Papers, June 1594, 01 June 1594-30 June 1594

    he intendeth to land in the North parts, either in Sutherland besides Dinrom, or in Buchan, between Aberdeen and Buchan Ness. It may chance he embark at Dunkirk, if better commodity be offered. He hath expedition from Rome and Spain

    General Index, B, 01 July 1629-31 March 1631

    Bocton , see Boughton. Bodenham , Bodmin , documents dated from muster at Bockenes , see Buchan Ness. Boffom Nests , see Buchan Ness. Bohemia Bohemia , Elizabeth, Electress Palatine and Queen of letter of forms of letters to be Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 20 June 1636-14 April 1637

    to Blythe , William certificate of Boate , Augustine Edward letters of his youngest son junior Bockness , see Buchan Ness. Boddilow , William Bodenham , Sir Francis Bodleian Library , Oxford, books presented by Archbishop Laud note of two Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Skerries and Lasiubay to Fair Head and Mull of Can- tire._ . 1,453 Cape Wrath to Buchan Ness .................... 1,.,..97 1 Buchan Ness to Fern Islands. 271 All other pasts of the coast ....................,., 8-12 Total lives lost . , Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to tow her back for repairs. The tug, with the Veteraln in tow, had reached as far southi as Buchan Ness, when they were forced to put back to lPraserburgh Day fromn stress of weather, A second tsg arrived orenf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was briefy reported by one homeward boat on Friday night that a boat had been passed bottom up off Buchan Ness, and a tug was despatched to bring ashore the wreck. It proved to be that of the Onward, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the seaboard of Aber- 0ithire, leaving a beauteous twilight over the gleamiD` ocean. When opposite the brilliant firithouse of Buchan Ness we dived into our berth, and on the following morning we arose be- tines. On emerging from the osbiii,we Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    879 , Skerries and Lam bay to Fair lead and Mull of Cantiro ...................... 1,453 ad Cape Wrath to Buchan Ness .................... 197 Buchan Neu to Parn Islands .................... 271 n- AU other parte of the coast .................... 842 or Subscribers-only content

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