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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, N, O, 01 January 1635-19 June 1636

    Peace, letter of Court of Quarter Sessions, order of Northfleet , Kent Northover , Somerset, papers relating to shipmoney North Sands Head North Seas , the North Stoke , Sussex, paper relating to shipmoney Northumberland Sheriff, see Carnaby, Sir William. Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, N, O, 01 December 1652-30 June 1653

    , Capt. North Foreland , keeper of the light on, letter to letter dated from ships at or to North Sands Head North seas fishing in Northumberland Earl and Countess of, see Percy. House, London, garden of Norton , Phil. Subscribers-only content


    rendezvous at Southwold. The morning of the 18th the allied fleets weighed from about a league east of the North Sands Head (p. 6), and at four the next morning from about six leagues N. E. of the North Foreland. Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 311, January 1-20, 1636, 01 January 1636-20 January 1636

    18. i. Certificate of James Clarke, that the Gray Horse is not the vessel that pillaged him off the North Sands Head on the 25 th October last, though she be very well like her . 4 th January 1635 Subscribers-only content

    Volume 36, May 1653, 01 May 1653-31 May 1653

    be at sea again by next Tuesday. I directed the Horseydown to ply to the northward as far as North Sands Head, between England and Flanders and on the French coast, to discover the motions of the Dutch fleet, and Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    between half-past nine and half-past ten. The harbour tug went to reconnoitre, but her machinery broke down off the North Sands Head, which compelled her to return without information. She passed several North German vessels running for the Thames. It Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANIN-GS. Thno Ch-Lnels, Royal. St. Jameis -J LtWI 'Whtohall, will reopen for Att'mo service on Sunday iii'xt. Mr. Jlameft' Stan-ifeld, M.P., w`ill adIdress btis consti- tuents at, IHalifax ait th.' beginninig of next miouth. Mr. undella and his family Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be of ufficient in- terest to claim a place in the hinie. At Milteen iles rorth- west ofi the North Sands Iighthconse the Neator would have been in twenty fithornis water, ant witirno shoal Iwithill eiglht or nine mciles.'' The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    31%2 per cent. was declared. TIIE SUNDERiLAND STRIlE. --Yesterday afttecitnoo a disturbance occurred at Mcssrs. J. L. Tholloon's shipyard, North Sands, Sunidorlanidl, which was attacked, and entered by a larg onmb. A detachment Of police wcrre at once sent, hoeveer, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    through stress of weather on Sunday night. A galo springing up, she dragged her arnchor, and drove ashore on North Sands. The crow of eleven and a pilot were drowned. The wrookage was wvashed ashore yesterday. The hearing of the Subscribers-only content

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