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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vill be a considerable exodus of constables and their familioe from the City. A melsncholy occurrence is reported from Loch Broom, on the west coast of Scotland. Two men namod John .ackenzie and Thomas Mlackenzie, aged 70 and 7.5 years Subscribers-only content

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    the 15th of July next. THE COLISTON WITH A DUTCH AIAN-OF-WAR.-A Lloyds telegram from -Gravesend yesterday states that the Loch Broom, a four-masted ship, of Glasgow, from Calcutta, passed at seven on Monday morning for the Albert Dockr. Captain Auld Subscribers-only content

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    large number on the west coast, so that the total loss of life cannot be under sixty. In the Loch Broom district the number of men drowned is stated to be fifteen. THE LEDns INTERNATIONAL Exnmoirxoz.-The nuoiber of visitors to Subscribers-only content

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    in small boats. Large quantities of planks and pieces of wreck have been washed ashore at the entrance to Loch Broom, and it is supposed that a vessel has gone to pieces not far from this- point of the coast. Subscribers-only content

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    a great deal of alumina and little phoslohoric acid. The exact place where the slag was found was near Loch Broom, Brasmir, i eon tile estate of Mr. John Fowler, at a distance of twelve, miles from tho end of Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, L, 01 April 1563-30 November 1569

    of: fled for Riccio's murder (1st April), 272. Loughborough : Willock glad to return to (8th July) 454. "Loughebrone" (Loch Broom ?): a Frenchman to take herring in (14th June), 286. Lough Foyle (Louce Fauye): Spanish ships expected at, 1. Subscribers-only content

    Warrants for Minor Appointments, 1740, 04 January 1740-29 December 1740

    Princess Ann sloop loco John Henderson, dismissed, at 25 l. per an.; Alexander Munro, surveyor, landwaiter and searcher at Loch Broom, loco John McKenzie, resigned, at 20 l. per an. North Britain Book XIII. p. 11. May 21 Same to

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Pier at Tanera, Loch Broom., 1820

    Pier at Tanera, Loch Broom. [boat/ship] View at Tanera Mor, with two figures watching boats on Loch Broom from a wall in foreground at left, continuing along the left side of the pier; two sailing boats and three rowing boats

    Creen-stone rock, Loch Broom., 1820

    Creen-stone rock, Loch Broom. [bird] View of Loch Broom, with cormorants flying above and landing on a rock and on the water in foreground at right, and gulls at left; boats sailing in middle ground at left; rocky mountains in

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