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  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, April 1673, 01 April 1673-30 April 1673

    advised you this morning that the Victory was gone down to Sheerness, but the wind took her short in Gillingham Reach and she was forced to anchor at the Royal Sovereign's moorings. I hope the wind will be more favourable Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 319, April 19-30, 1636, 19 April 1636-30 April 1636

    Tilbury Hope. They weighed anchor on Friday, 8th April, between 9 and 10 in the morning, and sailing down Gillingham Reach, examinant bade him that was at the helm "starboard," whereupon the master, Peter White, bade him "port." Examinant, thinking Subscribers-only content

    General Index, G, 01 April 1660-30 November 1680

    and strengthened with cables and chains between ships See also Ships: Norway Merchant forcing of water-boat at dimensions of Gillingham Reach Gilluin , William, master of William and Mary , receipt for anchor brought into stores by Gist , John, Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, October 1668, 01 October 1668-31 October 1668

    15. Bonadventure , Chatham River. Capt. John Narbrough to the Navy Commissioners. I have got my ship up to Gillingham Reach, and hope by the next tide to have her up to her moorings. [ Ibid. No . 197. ] Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, April 1673, 01 April 1673-30 April 1673

    the dock. To-day we broke loose with the Victory (wind S.W. and by W.), and, when we came into Gillingham Reach, the wind took us at S.S.W. and put us ashore at Lee point, but, being ready with our hawsers Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Thames for the instruction of the naval coast volun- teers, has been towed up to Chatham dockyard, from Gillingham Reach, to be fitted for the service for which she is intended. As soon as the Castor has been completed, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    total for the present year of 1,664. The number of vessels composing the fleet of mortar boats lying in Gillingham Reach and Yantlet-creek, rChatban, all of which were hastily constrected during the Russian war, and but few of which were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    down the long reach past the dockyards, and then I with slackened sheets rounded the wooden curve down into Gillingham Reach, then, accompanied by' Roberts, they went below. Here they were soon hard at work. The great packages were opened, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Med- way with complete success. The experiments were made in the presence of the Lords of the Admiralty, in Gillingham Reach, where a number of torpedoes which had been placed at the bottom of the river were succes- sively exploded, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Armstrong gun factories and other departments. The number of vessels composing tho fleet of mortar boats lying in Gillingham Reach and "Mantlet Creek, Chatham, all of which were hastily constructed during the Russian war, and but few of which Subscribers-only content

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