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You searched for: Place: "Fresh Water Bay"

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  • * British History Online *

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    Journal, April 1722, Journal Book Y, 01 April 1722-30 April 1722

    clock on Thursday morning next, in relation to the salmon fishery sometime since erected by George Skeffington in Fresh Water Bay, Ragget Harbour, Gander Bay, and Dogg Creek, between Cape Bonavista and Cape John in Newfoundland; or in case Mr.

    America and West Indies, April 1720, 01 April 1720-30 April 1720

    to fish? (51) And whereas we are informed that George Skeffington has lately erected a Salmon Fishery in Fresh Water Bay, Ragged Harbour, Gander Bay, and Dog Creek between Cape Bonavista and Cape John, which may prove of advantage to

    Index, A-L, 01 November 1718-31 December 1722

    suspension of, 251, 260, 284. -, -, letters from, 276 7, 280. -, -, decease of, reported, 346. Fresh Water Bay , Newfoundland, 346 7. Frish Haff , Danzik, 326. Frome , Richard, Italian merchant, attends board, 116. Frye ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wreckage, bearing the name of the B Itelian barque Guanito, were yesterday picked up s at Angle, in Fresh Water Bay, on the Welsh coast. It is now ascertained that the vessel ; foundered near Milford during tie recent Storm, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drowned before he reached the wreck ; soon after she was driven on shore, on the rocks near Fresh Water Bay, and she with her cargo dashed to pieces. ARRIVED WEST INDIES- Elizabeth, J Bfummell, from Jamaica, cot- ton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    all well. The "brig Jenny , of .".nd from Youghail with prnvi, on«, *v?-.-. driven od shore in Fresh Water Bay. near Milfor*!, Ihe 12.1 or 3d inst. - Crew saved, cargo landing, but t;!i vessel is expected to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nymph, Samways, for Pool. Milford. Dec. 14. - 0n the 1 1th inst. was driven on shore in Fresh Water Bay, the Hope, of Southampton, with oak planks, for Pembroke Dock-yard ; the master drowned, cargo saved. The Prince Royal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to N.W., and continued till seven p.m.. when it moderated. A smack was seen to go down off Fresh Water Bay, with all hands. Several coasters have arrived with damage. St. Margaret's Hopb, July 30.- The Messenger, from Liverpool, grouoded Subscribers-only content

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