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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ground thtan we horked a wreck of a schooner which has for two months occupied the very middle of King Road. We had some difficulty in getting the anchor up, and when it reached the bows wre founda gooddeal of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pushing Man may reallse £189. per annum. Capital necessar £109. Aepilcaute most give name, egO. references, &a.-Mr. Campbell, 20, King Road, ied ford Row, ondon. 7 3773 DVERTISEMENT Canvaseer -YAITED, an experienced and A eerg(teeoOANVASSE16 and ollector. 1SeourltyreQuIred- Apply,BtAtlDe (u31 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W Uls, 50i, New Street, c6133 ey, TbOTAIRY (splendid Coventry), balsl beerbloos entirely, nirkeIled. gethcl L R81 pateut boll, King Road cl'amp-Addlress,528,D1)0111' Pit, rlO 10 ro a tO SAFE (Fjiro-resisting), Beeond-hcvnd, is perfect order: l t. 6lo, L alaflirice,-Wolkerasd Sos, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r-lcs £100. Phrotograph sent.-Aprply, Foroc, Contrastor, Bristol. CelM?7 C DOTARY (sirisnoid Coventry), ball bear-boor entirely, nicknelled. R icotenot bell, King Road lamp.-Address, 529, Doily Foot. c63iC Q5AFf! (Fimoreei*ting), second-hand, in perf~ot order: Mf. Sin. k9 Halfprico.-W'lkersnc Osn. 01. Belmont Rov. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    horses. 1`ent £150. per annum. Stock atr ;alnatior--For Soil particulars, apply to Penny and Clark. Ass,> tioneemi, Asuction Mart. King Road. Southsca. , 433 HOERING and Jobbing Smith's Business to be Sold, in a, thriving Suianufacusring town, in Gloucestershire. - Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Address to the Mechanical Science Section, 1898

    for so many years well fulfilled their purpose. The approach to Bristol from the sea-that is to say, from King Road in the Bristol Channel -is certainly unpromising for large ships, and indeed, .when con¬ templated at low water, appears Subscribers-only content

    Address to the Mechanical Science Section, 1898

    effected by what is implied in the somewhat barbarous word 'dockising' the Avon , or by new docks at King Road . Dockising implies the construction of a weir and locks at Avonmouth , so that the Avon would be Subscribers-only content

    The Nautical magazine., 1880

    miles; Earwig buoy, S. by W., distant T9o^hs 0I" a mile. 370.- England . - Bristol Channel . - King Road . - Newcome Buoy .-The Newcome buoy has been moved south about one cable from its former position, and Subscribers-only content

    The Gloucester & Berkeley Canal., 1826

    jointly appointed by the Lidney Company, and by the Gloucester and Berkeley Canal Company, to bring up vessels from King Road and the Bristol Channel ; and vessels which employ these Pilots will have half the expences of their pilotage Subscribers-only content

    The Gloucester & Berkeley Canal., 1826

    River Severn , between Sharpness Basin and King Road , in Horse Pill, Slime Road , Mathern and Chissel Says, in case vessels shall have occasion to anchor and wait a tide, or for any other purpose; and it may Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 25/03/1751

    It is unnecessary to mention the Particulars of this Prize, it shall suffice, that they conveyed her safely to King Road , Bristol , where the Owners lived; here they refitted their Ship, and took in fresh Supplies of Beer

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