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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were refused. A SAILING-BOAT CAPSIZED.-The sailing-boat V Van: guard, of Douglas, was capsized in a, squall off the Point of Ayre, whilst competing in the Ramsey Bay regatta yes- terday afternoon. The aMinerva, of Ramsey, competing in the sauce race, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mastership of the South Oxfordshire Hunt. Mr. Ashurss will probably be hi-' successor. While boring far coal st Point of Ayre, Isle of Man, a splendid beid of saltwas discovered at a depth of 600feet. Coal was nob found. The Subscribers-only content

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    Royal National Lifeboat Institution, arrived at Mostyn Station, on Monday, and will be conveyed by road to the Point of Ayre, Flintehire, where it will be stationed. Miss Ann Wells, a Lmcolnshire ladv, who has just died at Lensingham, near Subscribers-only content

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    it was a clear nigbt, and he could see for miles. He could see lights at Douglas and Point of Ayre. The Albatross had her lights burning, and when settling down in the water after being struck her lights were Subscribers-only content

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    tion, which stateth th*e IL G. Powell lifeboat would be ready to be launched at its station. the Point of Ayre, North Wales, in a few days. A letter was aso read from Mr. Powell. the donor of the boat, Subscribers-only content

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