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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HoteL ANOTHER FATAL 'BOATING ACCIDENT. [SPECIAL THLERABE] On Monday afternoon a most melancholy and fatal occurrence took plece in Lamlash Bay, Arran, which re. sulted In the loses of no fewer. than seven lives. About four In the afternoon a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    custody, from Lamlash Bay. De'ssrs. Lyleh' ship, Colo-ell, Captain Pawley, sailed from 'the Clyde for Havana on Thursday. The 6c-ov were then intoxicated and quarrelsome, and the drinking brawls were continued until the vessel reached Lamlash Bay. The struggles ninong Subscribers-only content

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    A fleet will establish bases on the coast of Great Britain-one probably at Nilford Haven, and the other at Lamlash Bay, in the island of Arran. Here the ships will be sent back to coal if they cannot be cooled Subscribers-only content

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    Abram Young were convicted of refusing to perform duty on boardthe sail ship while she was taking refuge in Lamlash Bay on account of stress of weather, whereby the master was cemnalled to return to be Tail of the lBank Subscribers-only content

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    from .' L~anash :-The B (Red) Squadron reached Lamlash Bay I' on Saturday afternoon. Tbe twelve vessels here are the l Anson, Thunder, npert, Immortalitfi, Tribune. phienie, Mersey Iris, Bellona, BarrTacout a, Sheldrake, and rassoppr whle omin upchannel are the Subscribers-only content

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    The Bay of Lamlash, 1776

    The Bay of Lamlash [boat/ship] Three horsemen and two men with dog in the foreground, with road and cottages on r; ships in the bay, with Holy Island and low hills in the background; touched proof. c.1776Etching, touched with

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