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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    days. Thursday last, the Betsey, of Barrhigton, coal loaded, for the Water of Urr, was driven on shore at Port Mary, a nd will become, it is feared, a total wreck. The surge ra n so high, that the crew Subscribers-only content

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    of Elizabeth, and she rodle to the shore of a little creek, which long after received the name of Port Mary. There the rock from which sce is said, by a tradition probably Incorrect. to hitve stepped into the fishing Subscribers-only content

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    before baronets. a DISASTER TO A FISHING BOAT. The Mans fisling iugger Scotch Annie, owned by Messrs. Qualtrough, of Port Mary, while fishing off Skibbereen on Wednesday night in ltick and !s stormy weather, struck Low Island and foundered. a Subscribers-only content

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    from Cadiz, speak of the general spirit of the country as unfa- vourable to the French. At St. Lucar, Port Mary, and Seville, the people were enrolling themselves for the defence ofthe country. It was rumoured at Cadiz, that the Subscribers-only content

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    he (Mr Dumbell) woul.l say that no improvement whatever would be refused at the jxirts refei-red to (I'eel and Port Mary) if good grounds were shown for carrying them out. Indeed, as a member of the Harbour Board, be might Subscribers-only content

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