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    tem- pestuous night of Monday last, that her behaviour, as a sea-boat, was remarkable, and that even when below Hartland Point, where she was exposed to the whole lury of the hurricane (for such it then was), she never shipped Subscribers-only content

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    at 6. 30, all being adjusted and the light bearing N.-W., and we half way between the island and Hartland Point, we took our departure and stood to the southward,-moderate breezes from the westward, with a long ground swell and Subscribers-only content

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    Hartland Point, the hunting-ground of the sturdy, weather- beaten, kind-hearted pair, in whose boat I spent most pleasantly the i last week-day of my sojourn at Clovelly. . . . Our object is to mnake direct for Hartland Point, the Subscribers-only content

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    OF A STFAssPwB-Shortly after midnight the steamer Cresarea, bound from Bilbao to Cardiff with iron ore, struck on the Hartland Point, North Devon, dozing a dense fog, and became a, total wreck. The master, B-los field, and the crew of Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. BAForou, and others. A Board of Trade enquiry into the stranding of the steamer Czasarea, of Cardig, near Hartland Point, concluded at Cardiff yesterday. The Court found that Captain BlEx xLD was in fault, but in consideration of his Subscribers-only content

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    Clear, Newcastle, six steamer s hatches, and a portion of cabin fixtures, have been found four miles south of Hartland Point. LnFEBnoAxsaE oN STRKEs.-The crew of the Lytham lifeboat, who gained celebrity by their rescue of the crew of the Subscribers-only content

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    the public. On Wednesday night the schooner Hapy-go-Luck, bound from Porth, Cornwall, to Appledore, sprang a leak when off Hartland Point. The crew worked bard at cte pumps, but the vessel rapidly filled -with water, and had to be abandoned. Subscribers-only content

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    has 'since, gone to t pieces. Another vessel in di tress has beer observed a between Hartland Bay and Hartland Point, Lbut the rocket apparatus was of no avail, nor could the Clovelly I lifeboat reach her. During the early Subscribers-only content

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    with coal, was driven within a r, mile of Buds shore, and subsequenltly socak on the rreck d of Hartland Point. The first te, in attenptiug ti swim asbora with aline, was.drowned. TweLty-oLeo ler members of the crew took. to Subscribers-only content

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    OF THE STEAMER UPPINGHAM. REMAIRABLE STORY. Mr. William Davies, chief officer of the steamship Uppinghesz, which wan wrecked off Hartland Point, Devo.shire, on Sunday, complains that after the vessel struck and her lifeboat was launched, eight men jumped into the Subscribers-only content

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    ULPPINGHAM-I. but REMARKABLE STORY. gto Mr. William Davies, chief officer or the steamship -to Uppinghsam, which. was wrecked off Hartland Point, ay, Devonshire, on Sunday, complainp s thdt inter the versei s struckaei herlifeboatwaslaunched, eightmen julmped j Ice into the Subscribers-only content

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    Unhappily, it was rendered necessary by cowardice as base as it was noble, Tle steamship Uppingham. was wrecked off Hartland Point, Devonshire, on Sunday. After the vessel struck her lifeboat was launched, and eight of the crew jumped into her, Subscribers-only content

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    514, St. Catlacrine's Point to Start Point 82, Start Point to - the Land's End 460, Laod's End to Hartland Point, mincln i'ding Seilly :353, Hartland Polist to St. David's Head 4173, IP St. D)avid's Head and Carnsore Point to Subscribers-only content

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    Start Point ....................... I 81 Start Point to Land's End ................ -.4.................... 445 Land's End to Hartland Point, including Scilly. 330 Hartland Point to St. David's Head ......,,, 440 St. David's Head and Carnsore Point to Lambay Island and Skerries, Subscribers-only content

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    St. Catherine's Point to Start Point, 20; Start Point to Land's End, 36; Land's End to Hartland Point (including Scilly), 29; ;Hartland Point to St. David's Head, 102; St. David's Read and Cansore Point to Lambay Island and Skerries, Angleses, Subscribers-only content

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    sentic cattle, and at large general cargo otL board, for Bristol. At oe o'clock the following oiorniuig, wnets off Hartland Point, she was caught in the galo, and was struck by three seas in quick succession on her port quarter. Subscribers-only content

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    the coast, ranging from Henna Cliff to the high rocks above Hartland Quay, that intercept the ; vies of Hartland Point, which recedes landward before it juts out abruptly and forms the olden promontory of Hercules. The Mareland fields and Subscribers-only content

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    91 .. 1140 Variousparts of the coasts undistinguished 840 .. 10 13 Hartland Point to St. David's Head ... 9 .. 4 58 Land's End to Hartland Point, including Scilly .56.......... 5 67 ., 4.35 Fern Islands to Flamborough Head Subscribers-only content

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    to pieces on the reef, and all her twelve hands perished. The crewv of the Affo brigantine, wrecbed on Hartland Point, in the Bristol Channel, on Sunday, are also found to have been drowned. Sixteen more lives heave thus been Subscribers-only content

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    comma- Aigation with the nain land by telegraph. The nearest point was 81 miles from tho island, near to Hartland Point, North Devon. Mr. EvAws (Bristol) seconded the resolution, and it was supported by the Mayor of Hartlepool (ar. Groves), Subscribers-only content

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