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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was tempest on the waters, there was darkness on the earth, When a single Danish schooner struggled up the Moray Firth. * * * * " Though the billows flew about them till the mast was hid in spray, Thonghi Subscribers-only content

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    and numerous Woodcuts. cOrwN rrs: Sir F. Egerton on Fossil Ganoid Fishes. Mr Comming on the Tertiaries of the Moray Firth. Mr Binnoy on Sigillaria. Dr Carpenter on Nummulites. Mr Moore on Tertiary Rocks of San Domingo. Mr Nicol on Subscribers-only content

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    Hon. B. Primrose, Secretary to the Board of Fisheries, has made a journey along the south coast of the Moray Firth in her Majesty's ship the Jackal, accompanied by an optician, in charge of barometeis for the fishermen. They have Subscribers-only content

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    ILLIUSTRATED GuIDz BooKS: (1) on B 'ertb, Dundee &o. ; (2) Southport; (3) Aberdeen, Elgin, don: Dceside, tRid the Moray Firth. [Londons: Ward, Lock, Lear end co'I tile C'onsidering theo limitatiotus itepospd by the low pt-ice, &e., Soel t hesr Subscribers-only content

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    heard a similar noi3s. ' Prooceeding to the spot, several men were seen running towards a beat in the Moray Firth. The men got into the boat, but uot before one of them had been bayoneted, The military autborities are Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Simancas, September 1588, 1-10, 01 September 1588-30 September 1588

    of the ships of your Majesty's Armada. In the same letter the ambassador reports that the Armada had entered Moray Firth in Scotland ; and I hear that a secretary of the English ambassador here affirms, in great secrecy to

    Treasury Books and Papers, May 1731, 04 May 1731-29 May 1731

    encouraging the fitting out of larger boats with deeper nets to search for herrings in deeper water in the Moray Firth. 2. That the undertakers for the bush fishing be not obliged always to keep fishing within sight of the

    Simancas, December 1588, 01 December 1588-31 December 1588

    try to capture it. Another report from Scotland says that there is a galleass belonging to your Majesty in Moray Firth ; and another had put into a Scottish port but had left again. St. Di 27th December 1588. 496.

    Index, H, I, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    2; on his way to London, & c. (10th April), 603; Woddryngton to, of the Spanish fleet in the Moray Firth, & c. (13th Aug. 1588), 624; tells Bowes the Queen will help him to pay the garrison arrears (June Subscribers-only content

    Index, M-Z, 01 January 1587-31 December 1603

    Mora , Don Cristobal de, 297, 487, 501, 636, 647, 684, 698, 702, 707. Morales , Josef de, 692. Moray Firth , 411, 501. More , Thomas, 295. Moreo , commander (Spanish agent with the League), 561. Moresin (Morosini) Captain

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GARDEN, Alexander (1714-85), of Troup, Banff.

    Banff and Aberdeen. A staunch Hanoverian in the ’45, he acted as liaison between the King’s ships in the Moray Firth and Cumberland’s army on its march to Culloden, and thereafter was elected convener of the county of Banff.[footnote] An

 

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