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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    effects of the hurricane were dreadful. Carmarthen Bay, Cardigan Bay, and all the bays and inlets in the Bristol Channel, were strewed with the wrecks of coasting and other vessels. In Carmarthen Bay, in addition to the total wreck of Subscribers-only content

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    valuable lifeboat services. The institution had sent new lifeboats during the past month to Berwick-on-Tweed, and to the Ferryside, Carmarthen Bay, in lieu of boats previously stationed there, which had been found unsuitable for the localities. It was reported that Subscribers-only content

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    insured at Lloyd's to the extent of nearly £40,000.), was totally wrecked on Friday morning on Cofyn Sands in Carmarthen Bay. She was bound to Swansea, and owing to the violence of the gale she struck upon the sands between Subscribers-only content

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    of wind. Ttcewards, aneoulitinlg to £'55., were likewise voted to the crews of tile institu- tion's lifeboats stationedt at Carmarthen Bay, Lytihanis, Tenby, Tyrella, Newcastle, Dmidi-ruml, Yougilal, Soutil- 1noi-t, and Aberystwith, for putting off With a view of rels- derinlg Subscribers-only content

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    the midst of a terrlfid gale, a light was seen at the bank of the Canal Blawr, Carmarthen Bay, by the men on board the Cores, pilot ship, lying in the Linch, near Vlanelly. Signal guns of distress were soon Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, C, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    26, 41, 46, 147, 149. -, Earl of. See Howard, Charles. Carlyon , William, 145. Carmalt , Henry, 575. Carmarthen Bay , 468. - Borough, 548, 499, 564. - County, 494, 548, 564, 627. -, -, Justices of, 573. -,

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    A list of the subscribers to Lloyd's, September, 1814., 1814

    Bamfield Padstow Thomas Rawlings and Son Bideford John Willcock and Sons Bristol James Drew ^i,ford.and n \ Samuel Starbuck Carmarthen Bay $ Cardigan Bay Thomas Davies Swansea William Grove Aberystwith Edward Locke Aberdovey John Evans Holyhead Hugh Evans Liverpool * Subscribers-only content

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