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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, F, 01 July 1659-31 May 1660

    to Council Fielder , Capt. Wm. letter to Fiennes , Lady Frances, pass for Jas. Capt. Fifth monarchy men Filey Bay , co. York Figes , Wm. Finch , Heneage, Earl of Winchelsea Simon Col. Fincher , Mr. Finchley Forest Subscribers-only content

    General Index, F, 01 August 1666-31 March 1667

    of Fielding , Wm., letter of Fiennes , Mdme. Francoise, de Fife , residents at Fifth Monarchy fanatic Figs Filey Bay , ships in Fillingham , Barth., note by Finch , Hen., Earl of Winchelsea, Ambassador to Turkey letters to Subscribers-only content

    General Index, F, 01 October 1672-28 February 1673

    house of, Devizes, li cence to Field , Septimus commission to Fielding , , ensign in Lord Mulgrave's regiment Filey Bay , ship chased ashore in Filliter , George, sen., house of, West Morden, Dorset, licence to Finch , Heneage, Subscribers-only content

    General Index, F, 01 December 1671-17 May 1672

    of English captives at referred Fielder , Bernard, pressed man Fifth Monarchy men Figueira (Vigera), in Portugal, vessels from Filey Bay , supposed privateer in Fillingam , Thomas, house of, Arnold, Notts, licence requested for Fillingham , Bartholomew, warrant for Subscribers-only content

    Letters and Papers relating to the Navy, &c., April 1660, 01 April 1660-30 April 1660

    s . 7 d . 89 " " Capt. Robt. Wyard, Paul, Bracy's Sound . Adm. Com. Sailed from Filey Bay the 15th inst. with 30 sail of fishing barks and 7 Wells' barks, laden with rye and barley for Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Scarborough

    extend from the sea to the shore, going from the castle foot southward to Filey Brig, thence south over Filey Bay to Speeton Cliffs . The commissioners appointed a quay at Middle Sandgate and forbade any other receiving place in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was occasioned. Thegalesuddenlyburst forth on Monday morning with the fury of a hurricane, and on the south shore of Filey Bay thirteen fine yawls were driven on to the rocks at Speeton, entail- ing a loss of upwards of 10,000W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gale suddenly burst forth on Monday morning with the fury of a hurricane, aid on the south shore of. Filey Bay thirteen fine yawls were driven on to the rocks at Speeton, entailing a loss of upwards of £10,000. to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Incompetence, Malvern mnay De placed at a still greater diseance from Bir. niughamn, so that Tunbridge Wells or Filey Bay, or Wlsndudno, or Southport, or any other port, within eix nonre' sun of Birialngham, may become as t.caeasiblo as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the north-eastern ports il large fleets, and usually made for Flam- borough Head, to the north-west of which was Filey Bay, vhere they usually waited for a favourable time for proceeding on their voyage. Being exposed to sudden changes of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Burlington at Five, and thence, amidst the at enlivening Prospects of neanrly Twenty Miles along the Sea Side, by Filey Bay, to Scarborough, by Eight o'Clock of in the Evening Take Notice Thse Proprietor will not be accountablet S. for Subscribers-only content

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