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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OF TIE STEAMER EAGLE-GiEAT Loss or LIFE.- Another dreadful catastrophe at sea took place on Tuesday, in the Firth of Clyde. The screw-steamer Eagle, which plies between Glasgow and Londonderry, left the Broomielaw for the latter port on Monday afternoon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Eden or march si through Strathclyde, the confederate Cymric tribes of the M west coast, from the Firth of Clyde to the Firth of vi Solway, to their gathering place among the fells g of Westmoreland, between Howgill and Subscribers-only content

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    of necessaries of life. E The new Dominion liner Vancouver made her trial trip f, a. on the Firth of Clyde on Saturday, running 151/i knots an Y hour, and is now in the Kersey. She has a tonnage of Subscribers-only content

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    OR TRADE EyQuiny.-Judgment was gives in the Board of Trade enquiry, at Glasgow, into the collision on the Firth of Clyde between the Rhoseville and the . Europa, by which the latter vessel was lost with five lives. The Court Subscribers-only content

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    asERA CRUZ, May 13.-The W.I. and P. "'Texan" sailed hence. THE PITCAIEU- -ISLANDERS. Captain Smith, of the barque Firth of Clyde, from San Francis co, which has arrived at Falniouth, has supplied the following report:-" On Fe bruary 9. twenty-eight Subscribers-only content

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