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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    heavy weather on Saturdav, her boat and bulwarks being carried away. She sprung a leak when twelve miles off Kinnaird Head. A telegram from Macduff states that a gale from the west blewv with great fury throughout yesterday on the Subscribers-only content

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    Scotch coast. A vessel belonging to Liverpool, the 2larsall, from New-. castle, bound to Galway, with coals, foundered off Kinnaird Head. The crow came ashore an the ship's boats. INUNDATIONS IN WALES. One of the most extensive floods in memory Subscribers-only content

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    certain that the fiahinu boat sunk last Thurs- day, after a collision off Kinnaird Head with the steam trawler dit. Clements, of Aberdeen, was the Annie, of Portsoy. John Blair, skipper ot the Bonbeur, of Portsoy, arrived at that port Subscribers-only content

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    - - I :. - : . The schooner Rapid, of Peterhead, went ashore. yesterday moining-ou the rocks at Kinnaird Head * Lighthouse, and has become a total wreck, but' the crew were saved. - A telegram to Peterhead announces Subscribers-only content

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    She enountorecl heavy weatheryesterday, her boat and bulwarks being carried away. She sprang a leak when twelve miles off Kinnaird Head. A telegram from Mac- 5 dufE states that the gale from the west blew with k great fary throughout Subscribers-only content

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    Kinnaird Head, Aberdeenshire., 1822

    Kinnaird Head, Aberdeenshire. [lighthouse] View at Kinnaird Head in stormy weather, with figures on a rock at centre foreground looking down at a mast among splashing waves; towers at the foot of a rocky hill in middle ground at left,

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