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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the air, took to their boat, aud left the vessel to its fate. This 'as while they were off Peel Castle, on the Lancaster coast, about six miles from the shore. In little more than two minutes, the ship seemed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shows us the remains ofIthat military structure, planted on the lofty, solitary, and well-wooded banks hf a winding stream-"' Peel Castle" is a noble ruin, risingbldliyfromtlap-ofk, which the waves, nevertheless, seem destined to undermine and overthrow. They are all from Subscribers-only content

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    ber Sjfon~nhtsgblylesrv~prica 2. 6id. contains, The State and Prospects of WhiggiEn.The Remembra.nces of a Monthly inurse: General Harceurt.-Llnes on Peel Castle, Isle of Man.-Secret History of the Irish Insurrection of 1a00. -The Last of the Lairds a 'T'ale of he Subscribers-only content

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    "The light that Alarms on never was on sea or land," are 'Wordsworth's, suggested James %-fly b~ila picture of Peel Castle in a storm. " Though tise Sheph hat mll of God grind Slowvly. yet they grind exceeding Stouri a- Subscribers-only content

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    Walpole has consented to make the presentation. It will take place on the 20th inst. in the grounds of Peel Castle. Gregori Zalinoff, described as a tea merchant, was charged at the Worship Street Police Court, London, on? Wednesday, vith Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, P, Q, R, 01 November 1651-30 November 1652

    Pearce , Capt. Jno. letters of letters to Step., pilot Pearl necklace Pearle , Thos. Wm. Pecke , Mr. Peel Castle , Isle of Man Peers , Thos. Peers , House of, see Lords. Peircey , Geo. Peirepoint , Mr. Subscribers-only content

    General Index, P,Q, 01 January 1591-31 December 1594

    at Pecock , Rob., letter of Pederwinch , co. Norfolk, resident at Pedigrees Pedro , Don (prisoner), see Valdez. Peel Castle , Isle of Man Peers , see Noblemen. Pelham , Wm. Pelican , the (ship) Pemberton , Edw. answers Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, N, O, 01 July 1653-28 February 1654

    ships to or from Malyn , Mr. Man , Isle of governor of, see Wade, Major Thos. guard for Peel Castle in letter dated from Rushin Castle in ships to or from Man , Jane, petition of Jas., petition of Subscribers-only content

    Volume 38, July 1653, 01 July 1653-31 July 1653

    by Capt. Duckenfield, who is ready to observe our orders from you and Col. Duckenfield, but Lieut. Stones, at Peel Castle, refuses to deliver any goods at all, although Capt. Duckenfield and Ensign Hurst went with us. I enclose his Subscribers-only content

    Volume 16, November 1651, 01 November 1651-28 November 1651

    Duckenfield and Col. Thos. Birch, from Ramsey in the Isle of Man, touching the rendition of Castle Rushin and Peel Castle, as also the articles relating thereto, be referred to the Council of State, to consider what should be done Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Peel Castle, 1783

    Peel Castle [castle/fort, coastal scene] The ruins of a castle on the coast, large stones scattered on the beach in the foreground, the sea behind at left with boats and figures on the shore; after a painting by Sir George

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