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You searched for: Place: "Cromarty Bay"

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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, O, 01 January 1708-31 December 1714

    inspectorship of; cxiv. 30. -, salt pans in; clxxii. 3. Orkney, the sloop , captured by the French in Cromarty Bay; cxiii. 43. Ormistoun ; cxxi. 67. Ormonde , or Ormond , James Duke of, in Spain; cxvi. 31. -,

    Volume 113, March 1-April 30, 1709, 01 March 1709-30 April 1709

    22 nd ult. they had given an account of the taking of the Orkney sloop by the French in Cromarty Bay, since which the mate and some of the sailors had been put on shore there and come to them

    Index, C, 01 January 1708-31 December 1714

    2, 21. -, -, -, justice general of the circuit courts; cix. 16; cx. 4; cxiii. 14; cxiv. 48. Cromarty Bay , capture of the Orkney in; cxiii. 43. Crooked Lane , St. Michael's church in; clxxvi. 17. Crookshanks ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Shields for Peanaocs , with co"a, so long ago - the 3rd of November, but had to put into Cromarty Bay, with los of spars; and the tug Fiery Cross was drapatched from South Snields to tow her back for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and *lj vessels arri vf ng wkh -"__.^ill WJwa .ik 9 r without clean bills _*h&allh, shall proceed to Cromarty Bay, in the Murray Fifth, to Stand- gate Creek, or to Milford Haven, and shall there perform quarantine, and be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gathered up aud placed ia a coffiu, and taken home to Dundee on Sunday. The Channel Fleet anchoied in Cromarty Bay on Saturday. 'llie nobility and gentry of the northern counties have made great preparations for giving the officers a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grant was acting as second mate of the barque Britannia, of North Shields, which last week was lying in Cromarty Bay. The other night, whilst Grant and a shipmate named David M'Kay were returning on board from the town, where Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bottle- nosed whales were seen 6porting abdut tile Moray Firth, inthe neighbourhood of Burghead and Lossiemouth. They advanced: towards Cromarty Bay oh Tuesday, and a number of boats put out from Invergordon and other ports further np the Firth to Subscribers-only content

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