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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Britain Fort William Glasgowv Gosport Greenlaw, N.B. 'Guernsey Honnslow and Hamnp~on Court Hyde Parl and Kensington, London *Harwich and Landguard Fort Hamrilton. Nortlt Britlin Hythe and Shorncliltf Hull and Scarborst' Jersey Ipesvicl Isle of Alan Leeds, Halifax, and Bradford Liverpool Subscribers-only content

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    29th inst. The Crown Commissioners for inspecting the coast defences have just inspected the coast near Harwich. After visiting Landguard Fort, the circular redoubt, &c., the commissioners returned to London. At the Middlesex Sessions, yesterday, the indictment against Mr John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in St George's- hall next spring.-The Ipswich Volunteers engaged in target practice for a prize cup on Friday at Landguard Fort, Harwich.- Gloucestershire is likely to be well supplied with Volunteers. The Duke of Beaufort contemplates raising a corps of Subscribers-only content

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    and in the towns on the east coast, the landing of the Dutch at Felixstow and ineffectual attack on Landguard Fort, the negotiations for peace and the small operations of war, the Peace concluded; the vote in a Parliament jealous Subscribers-only content

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    -4. Exeter I EASTERN DISTRICT. Control Office, Abbey field, near St John's green, Colclester. 1. Colchester Camp and 4. Landguard Fort Loek Hospital S. 'ovrich 2. Great Yarmouth 6. Warley :,. Ipswtichl SOUT3E-EASTERN DISTRTCT. Control Office, Ordnance house, Esplanade, Dover. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BEAUCLERK, Lord George (1704-68).

    1 Ft. Gds. and lt.-col. 1736, col. 1745, col. 8 Marines 1747-8, col. 19 Ft. 1748- d.; gov. of Landguard Fort 1753- d.; maj.-gen. 1755; c.-in-c. Scotland 1756-67; lt.-gen. 1758. Biography In 1756 Beauclerk was given a pension of 400

    BEAUCLERK, Lord George (1704-68).

    George II 1745; col. 8 Marines 1747-8; col. 19 Ft. 1748-d. ; temp. comdt. at Gibraltar 1749; gov. of Landguard Fort 1753-d. ; maj.-gen. 1755; c.-in-c. Scotland 1756-67; lt.-gen. 1758. Biography Lord George Beauclerk was an active professional soldier, who

    LYTTELTON (LITTLETON), Sir Charles (c.1629-1716).

    lt.-col. 1665-8, col. 1668 (Duke of York’s Ft. 1673-85, Prince George’s Ft. 1685-9), brig. Nov. 1688; gov. Harwich and Landguard Fort 1667-72, 1673-80, Sheerness 1680-90. Ofifces Held Cup-bearer 1650-?55, May 1660-75; asst. R. Adventurers into Africa 1664-6, 1668; jt. agent

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Landguard Fort; Délices de la Grande Bretagne, 1790

    Landguard Fort; Délices de la Grande Bretagne [coastal scene, castle/fort] Coastal view with figures on a beach beneath a steep cliff at right, a jetty behind and fort beyond on an outcrop over the water at right; after Richard Corbould.

 

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