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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, F, 01 January 1583-31 December 1589

    , Sir William, Lord Deputy of Ireland; 240, 371. See also under Ireland. letter of; 309. letter to; 358. Flamborough Head ; 193, 223. Flanders . See also Low Countries. sovereignty of; 45. Fleare , Anthony; 279. Fleming , a;

    Cecil Papers, June 1600, 16-20, 16 June 1600-20 June 1600

    laid Thomas Hansone's head on a block and threatened to cut it off unless they had more money. About Flamborough Head, where they were taken, and on the same day, the same Dunkirker took eight ships and crayers more, and

    General Index, F, 01 November 1651-30 November 1652

    to Fitzgerald , Rich., petitions of payment to Fitzjames , Col. Jno., warrant to Fitzwilliams , Oliver wife of Flamborough Head , ships at Flanders coin of laces loan to, from Queen Elizabeth mint at packet boat to and from Subscribers-only content

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

    Countess of Kildare Fitz-James , royalist Fitzpatrick , Col. Fitzwilliam , Oliver, Viscount Fitzwilliam Flags for ships striking of Flamborough Head , co. York Flanders coast of correspondence, extracts from forces (English) at, for, or from establishment for officers of Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, July 1580, 01 July 1580-31 July 1580

    of Dundee and St. Johnstone how that on the 28th day thereof, as they were in their journey foreanent Flamborough Head, they were set on by a pirate carrying 24 pieces of ordnance within her, and "spuilzeit" of their laidening; Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Tuesday 30th August 1842

    which resulted in making me rather ill. From the time we woke, till ½ p. 5, when we reached Flamborough Head , off the coast of Yorkshire , - a fine, high, white coast, - we saw nothing but the

    Friday 16th September 1842

    enjoyed a quiet passage after our experience last time. We heard that we had passed Flamborough Head at ½ p. 5 this morning. Went up on deck at ½ p. 9, & we had a little coffee. It was a

    Tuesday 10th September 1844

    the ground swell was most peculiarly disagreeable, though the sea appeared smooth. On getting off, found we were opposite Flamborough Head . There was more mind today, but the sea quite calm. Dear little "Pussette" was in great form, &

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a suddoadd ddechreu y a mis hwn, trwy ddyfod i wrthdarawiad at agerlong a IBlack Swan," yn agos i Flamborough Head. Pen- 1 derfynwyd fad yr adhos o'r gwrthdarawiad i'w bri. vn adol i gfamlywiad y "St. Bode." Tystiai yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    characters in the same circumstances, it would be impossible to convey an idea by any extract. The Fisherman of Flamborough Head, now living at the age of Seventy- four. Collected from personal knowledge, during a visit to the East Riding Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Byron's Life and Works, 420. The Economy of Machinery and lanufactures, 421. The man gazines - The Fisherman of Flamborough Head, 435. Lights and Shadows of American Life-English Songs, by Barry Cornwall, 452. The Highland Smugglers-The Messiah, a poem-Selections from, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the Lord Steward eating monstrously.' By means of Watsolier signals the Royal yacht communicated with the station at Flamborough Head , and, I believe, received news of the health of the Royal infants." It being generally known that her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    outward passage, with a cargo of coals, and nothing occurred that could alarm the crew until she arrived oft Flamborough Head, when they found that she had several feet of water in her hold. Captain Robinson gave orders for the Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MISEN, Richard, of Grimsby, Lincs.

    town. He evidently owned at least one ship, which he claimed in the early 1390s had been attacked off Flamborough Head by a foreign sea captain named William Flering, although the latter was able to produce an alibi. Misen died

    HOLSTOCK, William (d.1589), of Billingsgate, London and Orsett, Essex.

    expedition of (Sir) William Wynter to Scotland in January 1560, losing touch with the fleet in a storm off Flamborough Head. He is reported as on the seas several times in the 1560s, bringing information from France and commanding a

    FENN, Hugh atte (d.1409), of Great Yarmouth, Norf.

    And so it chanced, for when, on 22 Mar. 1406, he fell in with La Maryenknight of Danzig off Flamborough Head, not only did he find that she was carrying a valuable cargo of Scottish wool, woolfells and hides, but

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The Trinity House

    at Spurn. 43 In 1637 the House was asked to support a petition from Scarborough for a light on Flamborough Head ; not only did it refuse, but it rebuked the Scarborough men for their frowardness. The same year a


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