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  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth, March 1589, 01 March 1589-31 March 1589

    intercept messengers coming and going from the King of Spain and prince of Parma. This ship was taken about Coquet Island, and the men set on shore at Bambrough Castle in Northumberland. The coming of one of her majesty's into Subscribers-only content

    Index, C

    850 (2). Cook , Sir Anthony, see Coke, Sir Anthony. Cookson , Edward, 850 (2). Copenhagen , 60, 142. Coquet Island (Northumberland) , 573 (6). Corhouse (Lanark?) , the Laird of, 563. Cornbury Park , 323 (3). Cornelis , Bartholomew,

    Index, C, 01 September 1586-31 March 1589

    , Richard: allowance for services supplied at funeral of Mary by, 466. Copran , Thomas (of Dublin): spoiled, 515. Coquet Island : ship taken about, 710. Cordaillot , Monsieur: message from Griffard to, 220; letter for Giffard from, 222; 223; Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 01 November 1655-30 June 1656

    , Col. Chris. Copper , excise, & c. on Coppin , Wm., paper by Capt. Copplestone , Sir John Coquet Island Corbet , John Corbett , Vincent Eliz., widow of Cord , Mr. Cordmakers , company of, see London companies. Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 01 October 1665-31 July 1666

    to and from Copper Copper slayer or slager , the (ship) Smith, the (ship) Copping , Jno., certificate by Coquet Island Corbett , Francisco petition of Hen. Cord , Rich., letter of Cordage , price of Cordwainer Ward , inquest Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 31st August 1842

    not think of moving. Albert came down once or twice, for a moment, to see after me. We passed Coquet Island & Banborough Castle , on the coast of Northumberland , which I was unfortunately unable to see. But I

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the steamer Alice, which left the Tyne for Workworth, with over a hundred passengers, struck on a rock near Coquet Island, and immediately showed signs of foundering. Eleven persons got into the lifeboat, and by some accident or other the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hlindred peaseng rs. The steamer struck a roock about .a qaiirter of a s e, to the south of Coquet Island and immediatcly showed cigna of foundering. The lifeboat was seized, and, by an accident, one of the ropes was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The crew were saved by beachmnen. A north-easterly gale, with driving snow, visited Kent yesterday. The lighthouse'-keepers at the Coquet Island, North- umberland, on Surnday brought to the mainland the body of a seaman, and report a quantity of wreckage Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the steamer Swallow, of Hull, which had foundered fifteen miles 6ff the Longstone. The boats were making for Coquet Island, and the crew refused passages to Sunderland. The weather was fine. AT the Old Bailey on Saturday, Daniel Stewart Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Hull, which they said had foundered hlteen miles off the Longstone some time previous. Tne wvere making for Coquet Island, and refused a vassage to Sunderlasnd. The weather was flue. No particulars of the casuaity were -givo. The Swallow Subscribers-only content

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