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  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, May 1672, 01 May 1672-31 May 1672

    Yesterday, off the Long Sand, she saw 10 or 12 sail, supposed to be the former, and to-day she is employed on the same business, and gives notice of several small vessels without the Long Sand, supposing them to be Subscribers-only content

    George III, May 1764, 01 May 1764-31 May 1764

    from the Mayor of Folkestone, setting forth that French fishermen frequent the coast between the North Sand Head and Long Sand Head, fishing for "wraights and skaits" by anchored lines, which are found very prejudicial to the poor fishermen of Subscribers-only content

    Treasury Books and Papers, December 1739, 01 December 1739-28 December 1739

    Treasury Books and Papers December 1739 December 1739 Dec. 1. 193 . ( a-k. ) Abbreviate or statement of account by Allan Whitefoord, Receiver General of Scotland, of moneys received and issued for the following periods respectively: 1738, Dec.

    General Index, L, 01 July 1659-31 May 1660

    at registrar at Londonderry , letters dated from Londoners Long , Nich. Rich. Longland , Chas., agent at Leghorn Long Sand , the Longville , Thos. Looe , Cornwall Looker , John Lord , Lieut. Rob. Lord General , see Subscribers-only content

    General Index, A, 01 October 1672-28 February 1673

    arrest of passengers from Holland warrant to, qualifying the last account of facilities for watering ships at and the Long Sand, vessel plying between Bay, letter dated from vessel in privateers or other vessels in Alden , Capt. Philip, to Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oes gwybodaeth sicr wedi cyraedd, ac ni wyddis y manylion. Llwyr ddinystriwyd y sewner Zephyr, perthynol i Gaerdydd, ye Long Sand, gerllaw Harwick. Coliodd t cbv.ech 'r d wylaw eu bywydau, ond llwyddwyd i achub d y Cadben Ross yDghyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    America i areithio ar Home Rule. - Tybir fod llestr Ffrengig a 16 o ddwylaw wedi suddo ar y Long Sand foreu Sadwrn. Codwyd tri o'r dynion perthvnol i'r llestr oddiar ddryllian o -honi gan y bywydfad. Disgwylir y by'dd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were washed ashore at Cowbridge, near the same place.-Tlre schooner Howden, of Goole (a foreign trader), wrecked on the Long Sand, and all on board perished.-A boat with two men, going up Truro river, sank, and both men were drowned.-A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the sand;* and every soul belonging to her pecisbed, the vessel fast settling down and disappearing. On the adjacent Long Sand a third fatal shipwreck happened during the con- tinuance of the gale. A Swedish barques named the Carl Johann, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    seven in number) were drowned. The crew of the schooner Thrifty of Goole, for Rouen, which struck on the Long Sand on Sunday night, were not taken out of the rigging until eight o'clock on the following morning. The poor Subscribers-only content

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