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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the ludicrous incidents ofthe piece wvere well adapted to draw into action. The Pantomime of The Flaiy of the North Star was another productive source of amusement, and the beauty of the scenery not only reflects great credit on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Journal of Napoleon's Conversations at St. Helena. British Galleries of Art, No. 1. MTr. Angerstein. To-Day. Sonnet to the North Star. Archachon in the Landes. Alarsc the Visigoth. Sir Guy Eveling's Dream. Poison for " the Rats." The Uncle and Subscribers-only content

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    wounds. The coach was going at a rapid rate round a corner, when it turned over.-On Friday week the North Star, running from Pres- ton to Manchester, was upset near the toll-gate at Brindle, in consequence of driving furiously along Subscribers-only content

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    into the circumstances connected with the punishment and death of William Heritage, a boy, on board his Majesty's ship North Star, and to try Captain Lord William Paget for his conduct on the occasion. A letter from the father of Subscribers-only content

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    us considerable regret to be obliged to announce that the Hon. Lord William Paget, Commander of his Majesty's ship North Star, had been shot at Vera Cruz by a sentinel. The particulars we have not yet learnt.-Kingston C'ronicle, Aug. 3. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PAGET, Lord William (1803-1873), of Plas Newydd, Anglesey

    country house and coming up to London constantly, just as if nothing had happened".[footnote] When appointed to command the North Star in December 1829, he immediately threatened to resign both his posting and his seat to force a better financial

    MACKENZIE, John, (Lord Macleod) (1727-89).

    country.A favourite at the Swedish court, he was created a knight of the order of the Sword and the North Star and a Swedish count.In 1774, after Simon Fraser had obtained a bill restoring to him the forfeited Lovat estates,

    PAGET, Hon. Sir Charles (1778-1839), of Fair Oak, Rogate, Suss.

    tried to further his errant nephew William’s naval career (he secured him the commands of the Pearl, Winchester and North Star) and to heal the breach between him and his father.[footnote] Anglesey had returned to Dublin as the Grey ministry’s

    COCKBURN, Sir George (1772-1853), of High Beech, Waltham Abbey, Essex.

    Po, 15 June, and took issue with Bernal on the 21st over the number of deaths recorded aboard the North Star and the Eden when in that region. He presented Plymouth"s petitions against the parish vestries bill, 3 June, and

  • * British History Online * *

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    Warrant Book, March 1712, 11-20, 01 March 1712-31 March 1712

    with ditto. King Ahasuerus , Keyme Jaricks master, with ditto. St. John , John Tohnsend Jorg master, with ditto. North Star , John Jacobs master, with ditto. Goosfeild , Darick Hout master, with ditto. Love, Claes Johnson master, with ditto.

    Index, J, 01 January 1712-31 December 1712

    waiter and searcher at Westmarshes, 253. -, William, tidewaiter at Lynn Regis, 310. Jacobs , John, master of the North Star , 184. Jacobson , Jacob, merchant, petition for discharge of ships from quarantine, 170, 184. Jamaica , West Indies,

    General Index, S, T, U, 01 January 1693-31 December 1693

    Nation, the Neptune, the New Africa, the Newcastle, the New Diligence, the New Weymouth, the Nimeger, the Norfolk, the North Star, the Northumberland, the Norwich, the Nostra Segnora de Arabida Nostra Segnora de Carmo Nostra Segnora de Melagres Nostra, Segnora Subscribers-only content

    William and Mary, September 1689, 01 September 1689-30 September 1689

    Dom. Warrant Book 34, p . 455. ] Sept. 12. Hampton Court. Warrant to seize, as a prize, the North Star , of Dunkirk, taken on the 15th of March last, on the French coast, by Captain John Kenton, commander Subscribers-only content

    William and Mary, August 1689, 01 August 1689-31 August 1689

    for seizing French goods. On the 15th March last he seized, on the French coast, a vessel called the North Star , of Dunkirk, laden with wine and brandy. Bringing her into Dover Pier she ran again st the head, Subscribers-only content


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