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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    refuge or other purposes, and the use of the Subnexeine Telegraph, will ensure alargeiincreasing reveiose. InaddlitiontowhiehthePro- prietors of thie Fair Head Mines, whlish eaprse ee nely 5,000 acre adjoining the Blarbrur, eceisg the benefit wiich will areoue to their valuable Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    allotm ent. The extent of the works limited to the subscribed capital, therefore without liability to the Shareholders. The Fair Head Mining Company, the property of which is ad- jacent to the Harbour, have agreed to set asode one-fifth of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Part VIII. colitains views in colours of The Loom (GiLnts' Caulsvay), the GCLuts' Causeway and the Grey Mall's Path (Fair Head, Co. Autrim); 1KASPAR and the SUMMER FAIRIES. By JULIA GoPDarno, Author of "Kaspar ard the Seven Wionderful Pigeons of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mlenevia, Chibby, Gunhilda, Smnal Fry, Benedict, Blne John Fenelon, Ilesperian, Armynde, Gbenghiz Khan, Athlone, Robert. son, Siddell, St. Reyno, Fair Head, Wrecker, South Sea, Lady Stocklwell, Tamnworth. En'nmsurs.-Zulu If., Ifornpips, and others in the morning. LIVERPOOL SPRING MEETING. ACCEPTANCES FOR Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Macrue, e(ged, 12st l1h .Ir. CRr. 0. &ll Ii r.Taylores Cheenianinan, aged, 12ot 7ib, Sir, Villar 2 Mr. INturland's 'Fair Head, 4 yea, l0st 10ib .... .J. hail 3 Glisyn (Mr. C aniBodd) also ran,-Betting: 2 6 to41 agst FCeir Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    William III, May 1696, 01 May 1696-31 May 1696

    and Racheries by a French privateer. That the said privateer had thirteen "ransomers" on board, that had all been taken in four days before, and that there is one large privateer at Racheries, one cruising at the Fair Head, Subscribers-only content

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