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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    continue well. On the 3rd inst. several persons went from Sunderland over to tile sands at the entrance of Jarrow Slake, to dredge for shrimp'- Amon a g them was a man named Bartram. He was dredging on the sands Subscribers-only content

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    boswl. The Board of Trade have placed officers on board a now turret war vessel, which is lying at Jarrow Slake, on the Tyne, as they believe that she is destined for the ChiliLn Government. She was origiisally one of Subscribers-only content

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    accident which formed the subjeet of this enquiry. In October last an explosion occurred on a wherry moored at Jarrow Slake, by which one man was killed and others received serious injuries; and it was discovered that on this wherry Subscribers-only content

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    not feel justified in continuing the negotia- tions. In October last an sxplosion occurred on a wherry moored at Jarrow Slake, by which one mnwas kille and others received serious injuries; and it wasdie. covered that on this wherry the Subscribers-only content

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    1, and Jan. 28, at 11, at the Bankrup'-room, Newcastle. ,t npon-Tyne.-Sol. Hoyle, Newcas le.-Pet. Cr. John Potts, :0 Jarrow Slake Farm. Durham, farmer. ROGERS Joseph, of Shrewsbury, In the county of Salop, hop r dealer and brewer, d.c. to Subscribers-only content

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