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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    observed at a considerable distance from the coast, apparently labourinu under great distress, and in vain attempting to round Fife Ness. The raging of the storm, and the darkness of the night, prevented the Coast Guard on shore from keeping Subscribers-only content

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    Dornoch and Mloray Firtbs ; the peninsula of Buchan sudjin the headlands of Kinnaird's Head and Buhelsan Ness ; Fife Ness severs be- ,tween the Firths of Tay and Forth ; while St. Abbhs Head marks the extremity of the Subscribers-only content

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    melancholy shipnreck *which happened on the coast of Fife, immediaiely opposite Boar-hills, near King's Barns, and about half-way between Fife Ness and St. Andrew's. The details of the disastrous occurrence are truly lamentable. On Friday afternoon, about five o'clock, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coast of Fife, immedi- itl ately opposite the Boar-hills. near King's Barnes, and I 0 about half way between Fife Ness and St. Andrew's. Jai 0 The details of the disastrous occurrence are truly lament- Mi o able. On Friday Subscribers-only content

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    Storms - The east coast of Scotland has l>een visited with disaster. The Petrel, of Stockton, was lost ncsr Fife Ness, only one survivor. She was a new brig of 900 tons; she ri ragged both anchors before sbe at Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Treasury Warrants, March 1716, 11-15, 11 March 1716-15 March 1716

    a commission out of the Court of Exchequer to limit the bounds of the ports to the sea from Fife Ness on the north side in a direct line to St. Abbs Head on the south side [so ] that

    General Index, F, 01 June 1703-31 May 1704

    Charles Feilding, Sir Charles Israel Fife , chamberlainry of the Queen's lands, & c. of rents of, pension from Fife Ness , Fife's Ness (Fifeshire) Figu ira da Foz (?), Figura (Portugal), harbour of Finab (Scotland) Fincastle , John, Lord Subscribers-only content

    Index, F, 01 January 1716-31 December 1716

    office of Master of the Horse, issue to, 136. -, William, lease of ground in St. James's Park, 89. Fife Ness , ports between St. Abbs Head and, guarding by Customs sloop of, 140, 141. Filloll (Filoll) , Anthony, holding

    Index, S, 01 January 1716-31 December 1716

    Pells, 104. Sail cloth , foreign, duties on. See Customs duties. St. Abbs Head , co. Berwick, ports between Fife Ness and, guarding by Customs sloop of, 140, 141. St. Agatha , Comte de. See Neapolitain, Cavalier. St. Agnes ,

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