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    we read the account of the follow- inr melancholy accident, precisely -in point y--" The Pomona schooner sald from Cowes Roads about JOam nMndy a iotJh n George Rose, father and son, went to pilot her out of the Needles. Subscribers-only content

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    act when it happens to have nothing to do? American ships may be seen for months together lying in Cowes Roads wait- ing for orders. Do their owners complain that the masters do not go to sea for exercise? What Subscribers-only content

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    4 p.m. on the 20th instant. At 2 p.m. on that day, M. Kossuth is to leave Southampton for Cowes Roads in a steamer, and embark on board the Humboldt. A number of friends will accompany him. l The Humboldt Subscribers-only content

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    it. All yachters can testify to the alarm which the Fairy inspires whenever she has occasion to pass through Cowes Roads. Some ne is sure to be doomed to the logs of a bowsprit or the smash of a bulwark. Subscribers-only content

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    and Prince L~eopold. The Prince Consort and the Prince of Wales em- barked immediately, and the Royal yacht left Cowes Roads for Ply- mouth, where the Prince of Wales embarked the same evening on board the Hero. The Prince Consort Subscribers-only content

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    General Index, C, 01 January 1693-31 December 1693

    Magdelen Coventry and Litchfield , conformists in nonconformists in papists in Coverden , Walter Cowan , Capt. John Cowes Cowes Roads Cox (Coxe), Daniel Mr. Justice Mary Sir Richard Thomas Coxtown Coygheim , camp at, letter dated from Cozins , Subscribers-only content

    William and Mary, January 1693, 01 January 1693-31 January 1693

    , in Madeira Roads. Colonel William Beeston to . I received your letter of the 4th of January, in Cowes Roads, just as we were going to sail. I will observe what you say about the Spaniards as to ceremony Subscribers-only content

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