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  • * British History Online *

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    Index of Persons and Places, H, I, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    apprehending C. Goodman, 1362. Hope , the, [Hope Point. co. Kent ] , ships to perform quarantine at, 349. Hope . John. lieutenant-colonel, fire and candle for Coldstream Regiment, 1110. Hope Point . See Hope, the. Hopegood , Francis, of

    Index, H, 01 January 1689-31 December 1692

    1847. -, Thomas, boatman, Combwich, 1585. Hooton , Edward, Chamber payment for, 1334. Hop . See Hopp. Hope the [Hope Point, co. Kent ] , 580, 589, 590, 802, 849, 986, 1740, 1785 quarantine facilities at, 1763. Hope , ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    complements of seconds and backers. Arrived at Til- bury, they crossed vitpriyer to the appointed trysting place, the Lowver Hope Point below Gravesend, where, as one combatant cannot make a fight, Travers entered the ring and claimed the stakes, which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of, them Flamingo, a screw steamer, oatward bound, which on Thursday imorsig, during a heavy south-westerly gale, Stranded on Hope Point, at St. Margaret's, near Dover, have been'luauc. I dessful.' The Flamingo, 1,852 tons gross register, was 1 built at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stove in and hac arrived at Dover. Tne Belleairn. accordinz to Ulovd's me-sat-i, sanlk sern- distanco from sh.are. at Hope Point, and ne darizer-us to navization. Nothing is explained of eleven men who stood by the foundered ves.el. , TO-DAY'S Subscribers-only content

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    of ti;le 3aictidn tug, tire aclptain of vhi ic did lila bhest Isa toirscl iter. Fu towvedl her into Hope Point, a rmile Nest of 3Kingsdown. Here shie sti-ock the I gr-ti-ri. It ias ho-iputi:. with tile fleowing tide to Subscribers-only content

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    a little water A Clilfe Creek telegram ata.tee that the steamer Viceroy, train itrith for SeaLani, 'a ashore at Hope Point. The echooner lien A gnu, wltoib grounded near Dongeness, is a total wreck. '['lie derelict brig Dago, of Oscarabaven, Subscribers-only content

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