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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Sunday 19th September 1847

    up, dressed & had my breakfast, very glad - thankful to be at anchor & perfectly still. The Mull of Galloway is a forbidding looking rock, with a lighthouse on it, & this was the last we saw of the

    Saturday 18th September 1847

    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 of man. - We dined alone,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on Sunday at a quarter past two o'clock p. m., and, after a very stormy passage across the Mull of Galloway, put into Loch Ryan, on the Scotch coast, at a quarter past five in the evening, where they anchored Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -towards the Mull of Galloway. They made the Mull a little before 12. There was a light there, which he saw through the -fog. Left the helm near Duuman-head, which is between the Mull of Galloway and Portpatrick. At that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the bottom of- the boat, anid a davit-suspended to it-which impededits progress. -L. Ferrier, assistant-keeper of the Mull of Galloway Lighthouse, said.: On the night-of! thewreck-a fog came on about. twenty minutes past nine, and continued till about ten Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    me that he himself saw this light, and, more- over, had heard since that the light on the Mull of Galloway was seen afterwards. An accident which, had the night been otherwise than calm, would most probably have resulted in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stalwart fellow, quick in love and ire, And ready to protect his own. Along The sea-coasts, from the Mull of Galloway To the farthest isles, the Picts still lingered as A separate people, keeping up Their ancient customs; and in Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    The Mull of Galloway, Wigtonshire., 1816

    The Mull of Galloway, Wigtonshire. Coastal view, with high plateau of the Mull of Galloway at left; flocks of birds approaching from over the sea and landing on a small rock in foreground at right; hilly coastline in background at

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