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  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, May 1672, 01 May 1672-31 May 1672

    the Head. The master of the packet-boat admired what the meaning is. On Wednesday about 10 leagues east of Orford Ness, they saw 10 Dutch men-of-war and two fly-boats. The same day came an order, I suppose from Court, to Subscribers-only content

    Index, O, 01 September 1586-31 March 1589

    : 130; 143. Oliver , Captain: to bring 40 trained men to Fotheringay, 188. Orange , Prince of: 544. Orford Ness (Suffolk): 510; 511; 512. Orkney , Bishop of (Mr Adam Bothwell): a councillor (13th July 1587), 451. Earl of Subscribers-only content

    Treasury Books and Papers, February 1730, 01 February 1730-27 February 1730

    to the Lords of the Treasury on the petition of Henry Grey, of Billingbear, Berkshire, concerning the lighthouses at Orford Ness and Winterton Ness, ut supra , p. 3. 5 pages. Appending: ( a. ) Henry Grey's petition as above

    Charles II, August 1667, 01 August 1667-31 August 1667

    for they were volunteers. I have begged his Royal Highness' pleasure therein. I sent the Lenox and galliot to Orford Ness to attack a small enemy vessel that I was informed was close to the harbour, but she was gone. Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, June 1672, 01 June 1672-30 June 1672

    where I saw the fleet riding at eight last night. The wind coming S.W., I stretched it over with Orford Ness. Now a little of the inclination of the subjects of the States of Holland. I being at several places, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TURNOR, Sir Edward (c.1646-1721), of Great Hallingbury, Essex

    he could exploit the most useful electoral asset left him by his father, the grant of the lighthouses in Orford Ness, which he offered ‘for the benefit of’ Aldeburgh corporation, along with other unspecified financial inducements, designed to promote the

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    The Orford Ness Light houses, Suffolk., 1822

    Orford Ness Light houses, Suffolk. [lighthouse] Coastal view, with figures and boats on the rocky beach in foreground and near a lighthouse behind; another lighthouse seen in background at left; boats in the sea at right; within a rectangular border;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eastern v counties, or rather that portion-of theme whichI 'ia embraced by the coast line sweeping soLth from fi Orford Ness to the valley of the Thamnes, and ih extending inland as far as Bury St. Edmunds in a te Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Colchester. She was last seen by the crew-of the 1 barge Lord Lansdowne, battling with the gale, nearJ , Orford Ness. The master of the Lord Beaconsfield- was Z- named Dsldeny,' and leaves a widow and family. - e- Cocar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    having- passed a life-belted corpse. 1 Lloyd's agent it Aldeburgh telegraphed yesterdasy evening :-Five lifeboates-hIave beeni picked up near4; Orford Ness and one' as Aldeburgh; the latter, which -has not been used, being marked stba. Three o ifeboat- -tanks, one Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    correspondent at Lowestoft that the Dutch galliot Geinale Sterger, of Newcastle, from Barcelona, with a general cargo, foundered off Orford Ness, at midnight on the 3rd iist. The crew were saved, and landed at Lowestoft by the Comet, of Goole. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    town from Norwich to Chelmsford. Friday sennight two pipes of wine were picked up, floating on the water near Orford Ness, and brought into Harwich, supposed to be part of the cargo of a vessel lately lost On Monday sennight Subscribers-only content

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