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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been anchored off North Rerniek since Thursday, steamed away up the Forth on Saturday morning. The fleet's destinatiou is Inverkeithing Bay, or the vicinity. SERIOUS FIRE AT BRISTOL. KriJTtu* W re occa , rr . ed in tbe Montpelier district Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    says - " Yesterday a large wha|e,or rather the species termed Firmer, was observed tumbling in the Fortb, at Inverkeithing Bay. It approached to within a hundred yards of the East point of North Queensferry Battery, and all present considered Subscribers-only content

    Argus, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5 1791

    the iirit vcfl~el t% Inch has appeared eof Leith %t itl this ailltincion. She is nowperfuriu- ing quarantine in Inverkeithing Bay. The Betty and Molly, Duoican, of Greenock, had the misfortune to lofe all her anchors a5tt cables onI the Subscribers-only content

    General Evening Post, FROM TUESDAY JANUARY 20 TO THURSDAY JANUARY 22 178

    7an. iv......... On Thurfday evrerwisg na boat helonging to the Shark f oop of war, -ly- - inhg in Inverkeithing Bay, with 15 people' ori 'board, in going from St..Dhv~idls. to. that place, ' uniortunately overfet, by which accident, it Subscribers-only content

    London Chronicle, FROM THURSDAY AUGUST 14 TO SATURDAY AUGUST 16 1783

    vith grain, to dilpcnfe with.performin, quarantine. Th:donpiquence of this, a number of Neips with corn, which were lying at Inverkeithing Bay, performing quarantine, arrived on Tburftlay and Friday at Leith. At a meeting of the Chamber of Cpmnmerce and Manufaidutes, Subscribers-only content

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