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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, P, 01 November 1569-30 September 1571

    parson of Pennycuke; forfeited (28th Aug. 1571), 668; to suffer an assize or to be letten to surety, 669. Pentland Firth : 27. Percy , Lady: Countess of Northumberland desires, to send apparel (6th Jan. 1569 70), 45. Sir Henry, Subscribers-only content

    Warrant Book, August 1710, 1-5, 01 August 1710-31 August 1710

    : a Collector, a Comptroller and searcher, four tidesmen and one of the tidesmen to keep a horse 115 Pentland Firth : a tidesurveyor with a stout boat there, five boatmen 105 Orkney . a Collector, a Comptroller and searcher,

    Elizabeth, December 1569, 01 December 1569-31 December 1569

    by the south ports of England which I trust the Queen's ships will be "laith" to permit or by Pentland Firth and the north isles of this realm, "qlk viage wilbe lang and perillous in this seasoun of the zeir." Subscribers-only content

    General Index, P, Q, 01 January 1698-31 December 1698

    the Post Office of Scotland, military, on the Irish Establishment, See also Disabled soldiers; Navy, Chatham Chest and pensions. Pentland Firth , hering fishery Penzance , co. Cornwall, French ship wrecked and pillaged at, memorial of the French ambassador re Subscribers-only content

    General Index, P, Q, R, 01 October 1760-31 December 1765

    distress of Pensioners , Band of, Captain and other officers of Pensions in Ireland , see Ireland, pensions in. Pentland Firth to the Mull of Galloway , H.M.'s Justiciary Baillie from Penton , Henry, jun., Esq., appointment Penyston , Powney, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arfer cyfranu, oblegid nid oedd yr un eglwys Ymneillduol mewn bod y pryd hwnw o fynyddoedd Grampia hyd y Pentland Firth, ac eto yr oedd yn rhaid ar unwaith wneyd ym- drech fawr egniol, neu buasai y gweinidogion a'u teuluoedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of refuge should be provided, which is left to further inquiry. Thus they find the lines of coast from Pentland Firth to the Firth of Forth, and from St Abbs to Flamborough Head, deficient in shelter, while they declare the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. [In future a certain space will be reserved weekly for articles on the Universities, Colleges, and Educational Sub- jects generally. Several columns of " THE LITERARY EXAMINER " Will also be devoted to Reviews of Edu- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ailee ippeel rqr Aomereca. 'Tisolludee Sesal 'and Whale Fishing. Company leave received' a telegramr 'reportin~ the, arriver at Lcngleope,. Pentland Firth, of' one,. of . theti stedmors fe-lmn the David I Strats isal llhory 'laving' oil.'board 120 tunes ~of 41iL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with hundreds of others, whicli were overtakeni hy a heavy gale of nortlh-easterly wind soon after passing through the Pentland Firth. The boats fled for shelter in all directions where there was the shadow of a chance of shelter. Many Subscribers-only content


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