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  • * British History Online * *

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    Conway" read "Duke of Buckingham." " 105, line 18, for "Rupert" read "Frederic Henry." " 119, line 17, after "Portland Castle" insert "( sic )." 128, line 25, for "Olive" read "Oliver." " 132, line 4 from bottom, for "or Subscribers-only content

    Declared Accounts 1707, Ordnance, 01 January 1707-31 December 1707

    the service of the Train of Artillery in Holland 32,510 0 8 reparations of castles and forts (Pendennis Castle, Portland Castle, Jersey, North Yarmouth, Sandgate Castle, Chester, Hull, Carlisle, Berwick and Elizabeth Castle) 409 14 10 Discharge. s. d. s.

    House of Lords Journal Volume 13, 27 March 1679, 27 March 1679-27 March 1679

    , whereof he is Governor, may be searched for Arms which may be concealed in or about either of the said Castles; and that His Majesty will be pleased to put him out of the Government of Portland Castle

    Declared Accounts, Ordnance, 01 December 1716-31 December 1717

    Plymouth; quarter to 31 March 1717 9 2 6 Christopher Phillipson, for taking care of the stores etc. at Portland Castle; three quarters to 31 March 1717 7 10 0 Abraham Rogers, for lighting the lamps at the Tower etc.;

    House of Lords Journal Volume 13, 28 March 1679, 28 March 1679-28 March 1679

    Officers Civil and Military, to be aiding and assisting in the Execution hereof. Weld removed from his Government of Portland Castle. The Lord Gerard reported, "That he hath presented the Address of this House to His Majesty, concerning Mr. Humphrey

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a widow, and these were her only sons.-Glasgowa Herald. ExTRAoRDNtAsrty AFFAIR.-General Penn, the aged and infirm Go- vernor of Portland Castle, near Wleymonth, received an anonymous letter on the 27th of November, in which it was stated that four desperate, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grosvlo-ulL Wnrl.Brrkeley Hughes, Esq. M.P.,Plau-COch, An,,sor , luaire man of the Welsh Midland railway AieCar Capt. C. A. Manning, Portland Castle, Resident Magitrt Deputy Lieutenant for Portland and Dorset ttate sd Colonel Henry Dunrias Campbell, Norther~ld~~ Hospat, usoutis. Dep. Licut. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    woith, hlauls Sir George Rics, Lowndos-street, Belgra-m--sqitaro .Sir Jamnes Eyre, 11, Lower Brook-street, G ro.,venor-rquare. Can~t. C. AL. M.Canning, Portland Castle, Resident Magistrate and Fr6 L- Deputy Lieutenant tinr Portland and.Dorset Colonel flenry Dussios Campbell, Jorthend HIfeuce, Ports- a8 miouth, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    House, Ems- worth, Ilrsnts ;oSir Geor,;e ltieli, Lowndes-street. Beilgrave-equare oSirJames Eyre, 11, Lower Brook-street. Groavenor-squaro. rtCapt; C. A. M1aiming, Portland Castle, Rtesident Magistrate and rel Deputy Lie rtenant for Portland and ilerset Colonel hoeny lDnicdas Campbell, Nortirend House, Ports. a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    volunteered as guides, and conducted the arcroologirts to some of the most interesting features of the isle-the ruins of Portland Castle, the Cerns museum of liorcnn antiquities, &c. FATIER Hc IYACINTHE AND TEE LATE AnRo- jIsr or Or PAMIs, -Father Subscribers-only content

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