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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, L, 01 October 1665-31 July 1666

    estate Long Parliament , the Reach letters dated from ships at Longsand Head Dutch fleet near English fleet at Long Sands Lorat , Mich. Lord , Thos Lord Almoner , see Almoner. Lord Chamberlain , see Bertie, Earl of Lindsey. Subscribers-only content

    Index, L, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    His Majesty's palace at Newmarket. 143, 167, 181, 360, 384, 398, 574, 592, 600. Long Reach (Thames) , 529. Long Sands Head (Thames Estuary), 68. Longbridge , Edmund, Royal bounty to, 255. Longford , Henry, 617. Longley , William, 523.

    Charles I - volume 273, August 1634, 01 August 1634-31 August 1634

    Church in Dover, before Dr. Thomas Rives, the King's Advocate, in the matter of a vessel found on the Long Sands by John Pickenden, who brought the same into the Isle of Thanet. The ship and cargo were adjudged derelict, Subscribers-only content

    Charles II - volume 163, July 15-20, 1666, 15 July 1666-20 July 1666

    ] to Williamson. Has ordered the boat to go as near the Gunfleet as she can, sail by the Long Sands, and return with all speed. There is not a ship in the Narrow Seas; 160 Dutch prisoners, sent from Subscribers-only content


    Duke and nobility prepared to return homewards, and the fleet, so long an object of terror, dropped down the Long Sands towards Margate, hung out a white flag, and a trainband officer who went on board was told that it Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to record the total loss of a large emigrant ship on the Long Sands, on th~e Essex coast, with nearly two hundred souls on board. It took place during the tempestuous wveatler on Wednesday week. The gale commenced iso the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hogsheads, which had been picked up by the boatmen on the previous morning between the Kentish Knock and the Long Sands. The tallow was discovered floating amidst a quantity of wreck, ansi amongst the fragments was a figure head of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Castro, from Christiansand to Barce- lona, with a cargo of salt fish, which ran on shore on the Long Sands at half-post eleven on Saturday night. The crew stood by their vessel until five o'clock next morning, when, finding Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it is feared, the whole of the crew met with a watery grave. The wreck previously reported on the Long Sands turns out to be a small schooner. Nothing is known of her hands. From Liverpool we learn that two Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tlhe iscseales, but is now progressing favourably.-dfeoingIi Star. A womian, named Seilrrs. idgih, hits beer found lead on the Long Sands, nrar Tynnemouth. There were no Marls of Violence on her pierson. Ass inquest will be held. The Institute Historique, Subscribers-only content

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