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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    Petley. They weighed from Osborne about eleven o'clock, and left under easy steam, intending to put in at Weytnouth, Portland Harbour of Refuge, and other interesting places on the voyage. TPle royal squadron returnes feom the Island of Alderney on Subscribers-only content

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    Challenger, corvette; and the Alacrity sloop. The screw steam ships, Edgar, 91 guns, and Neptune, 91 guns, have left Portland Harbour for Gibraltar. The ships remaining at Portland were the Imperiouse and the Blenheim, with the Argus, revenue steamer. The Subscribers-only content

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    of the passengers as they were taken on shore in the expectant pleasure-heats. THE DIRECTORS' REPORT. 'Great Eastern Steam-ship, Portland Harbour, Sept. 10, 1859.- Yesterday, at six p.m., an accident occurred on board the Great Eastern. The feedwater casing of Subscribers-only content

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    chairman -of the Great Eastern Company, Previous to our leaving the ship Gra- P - s tereat -Eastern Steam-ship,- Portland Harbour, 10bh- September, 1859. !'Yesterday,.at iX o'$9ock pm.,} P , an ci4ut.octred on board the Great Eastern Thoa fe. ae Subscribers-only content

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    Tribune sass that the Seoretary of War has given orders for mount' ing guns and garrisoning the forts of Portland Harbour, and has authorised the Governor of Maine to raise artillery companies forthe defence of the coast towns. The MVMrl Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, P, 01 January 1554-31 July 1554

    , 251, 261. Ponen , rewarded by the Emperor, 158. Pope , the. See Julius III (Giovanmaria del Monte). Portland Harbour , 273. Porto Ercole , Tuscany, 280. Portsmouth , letters dated from, 236. -, 54, 198, 202, 228, 235,

    Spain, June 1554, 1-15, 01 June 1554-15 June 1554

    Council had news that the French have sent to sea twenty well-equipped vessels that are now at anchor off Portland Harbour, between Falmouth and Southampton. Their object is most likely the Marquis de Las Navas and his passengers, or else

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