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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Sunday 12th August 1849

    which I shall never forget, & which frightened me terribly. It got gradually better & by 5 we entered Loch Ryan , truly thankful to be at the end of our voyage. I came up on deck, & everyone told

    Sunday 19th September 1847

    & the Children had been so, it was decided to put back a little way, & to go into Loch Ryan , which we did, getting in by ½ p. 8. It was a dreary rainy day, & one can

    Monday 16th August 1847

    then Wigtonshire . At 5 we came in sight of Loch Ryan , & saw the Ailsa Craig rising nearly 900 ft: perpendicularly out of the sea. Loch Ryan is very fine & the hills & glens are lovely, particularly

    Saturday 18th September 1847

    we should start at 4 in the morning. If it should be very rough we should either put into Loch Ryan , or the Mull of Galloway , or into the Bay of Ramsay or Douglas , in the Isle

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sea, passing the Isle of Man (either east or west, as most convenient), for Portpatrick, and entering Scotland off Loch Ryan. Her Majesty intends to visit the Clyde in her route. The vessels ordered for this service are, the Victoria Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    expeot that Strraer, the proposed southern terminus of this railway, with Its epactous land-locked harbour at the head of Loch Ryan, will command aposition in Scotland equivalent to that of Holyhead In England, ae a commUn- nication with Ireland through Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the bay, rnd have become wrecks. Early yesterday morning two vessels-the Royal William and the Widow-taking shelter in Loch Ryan, cnnme into colli- sion and were both much damaged. JiiesEgY.-A heav north-west gale, with terrific sen, raged in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Plymouth on August 7, with 261 ehpmigrannts y Three fishermen from Stranreer were at work on Tuesday morning on Loch Ryan when a sudiden squall ctatpize their boats, (nr of them clung to a piece of wood and was rescued, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lloyd's telegram from Cairnryan yesterdav. reports i that the barque Nairushire, for Brisbane with sixteen ' passengers, statnded in Loch Ryan, but is expected to float. BARON Dr WORsOS.-Baron Henry de Worms left Brussels yesterday for Berlin, where he will Subscribers-only content


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