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You searched for: Place: "Penarth Head"

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  • * British History Online *

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    Schedule of place names, A - F

    to the Corporation in 1729. It was situate in the East Ward. BLACK BENCH, The. A submerged bank off Penarth Head. Trees were ordered to be removed thence in 1861. BLACKFRIARS. The convent of Dominicans, or preaching friars. It was

    Schedule of place names, G - M

    1900. KYMIN, The; recte Cymyn (the common.) The low land sloping to the shore at the beach, west of Penarth Head (1730.) A hill near Monmouth bears the same name. KYTTE, The. Certain land which was demised with the Severn

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a violent gale from N.E., which has raged all day. She dragged her anchors, and was driven ashore on Penarth Head. The steam tug Spirit of the Tyne went to her assistance, and after an ineffectual attempt to get her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    new iron ship, which on Saturday might left Rioath w Basin, Cardiff, ill tow, wvas subsequently in collision off Penarth Head with the new scrow steamer Firdene, of B Newcastle, bound for Cardiff. The Cressington was driven ec ashore on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of a boat off Penarth, near Cardiff, was found on Tuesday by two boatmen. near the Black Rock, off Penarth Head. The Bolton Co-operative Society have resolved to contribute £500. towards the alteration and equipment 4 of tho Bolton Mechanics' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ecrew.-steamer Iris, of Hfull, lef c Csrdlff on Set-, davnightwith a carao of coal for Conslautiiuiple, arci wliso oil Penarth Head sha broke 14wU. The Cnr.. t t steamer Wild Rose towed liar toau anchor age in the oitei Lt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I' STZAMEmE Asnons.-The steamer Cyfarthfa, of I'O and for Cardiff, with iron ore, from Bilbao, drove ashore no under Penarth Head yesterday morniag. Efforts were immediately made to lighten her. I "The Cocoa bean affords admirable nutritive flesh. is., feendeg Subscribers-only content

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