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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which r tempted the murderer. I._ CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS. A DREADFUL BOAT ACCIDENT took place on Tuesday evening in Poole Harbour, within sight of the quay. Four men in the employ of Mr G. Jennings, of London, at the South-Western Subscribers-only content

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    round the far-famed Portland Bill away towards the Start, where in all weathers he will get a "dusting." Christchurch, Poole Harbour, and Bourne- mouth are all within easy distance, and form pleasant objects for a sail. On land there are Subscribers-only content

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    from Poole states that a boating accident, involving the loss of three lives, is believed to have occurred in Poole Harbour, during one of the heavy storms which prevailed on Monday evening. Two young men went out early in the Subscribers-only content

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    parts of the Cheshire lines system. The South-Western company proposes to make a short junction round the north of Poole Harbour, which will have the effect of placing Bournemouth on the main line to Dorchester and Weymouth, and avoiding the Subscribers-only content

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    sea view, is more sober and pleasing in colour, and certainly not inferior in atmosplsere; and the "Entrance to Poole Harbour" (727), though almost equally remote from the artist's accustomed manner, is not lessaEtisfactory. "A Beech Wood, Autumn" C'(GS), by Subscribers-only content

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