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  • * British History Online *

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    III. The Crown, Letters

    comply with what is above-directed relating thereto. Signed J. Clevland. Given under my hand on board H.M.S. Crown in Portsmouth Harbour this nth day of May 1753. To Mr John Peters, Surgeon of His Majesty's Ship Crown . S. B.

    I. To The Peace Of 1748, Letters

    before. I am, & c., Saml. Barrington. To the Secretary of the Admiralty (P.R.O., Ad. I, 1483) Bellona, in Portsmouth Harbour. June 21st, 1747. Sir, His Majesty's Ship Bellona under my command, being ordered to be fitted out in the

    Volume 167, December 1-22, 1713, 01 December 1713-22 December 1713

    be of very great service to the navy; and weighed the ship S t David which was overset in Portsmouth Harbour, by which the ship was saved and the harbour cleared, & c. Petitioners were left in a deplorable condition.

    Treasury Books and Papers, December 1739, 01 December 1739-28 December 1739

    Papers CCCI. No. 57. ] Dec. 11. 200 . Same to same dated from same concerning the arrival in Portsmouth Harbour on the 9th instant of the Nostra Seigniora del Caminka a Spanish prize of 100 tons, laden with iron,

    Venice, April 1556, 16-30, 16 April 1556-30 April 1556

    late disturbances there, lest they spread hither likewise, are nevertheless, as I hear, first of all to put into Portsmouth Harbour, near Hampton, and to anchor in other harbours towards the south-west ( Ponente Garbino ). This implies that they

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bedhampton

    By 1086 the manor had decreased in value, probably owing to the incursions of the Norsemen, who sailed into Portsmouth Harbour and devastated the surrounding abbeys and lands. The St. Johns continued to hold the manor from the abbey of

    The liberty of Alverstoke with Gosport

    xvi cent.). The liberty of ALVERSTOKE , including GOSPORT , is bounded on the east by the waters of Portsmouth Harbour , and on the south by Spithead . In the south-east of the district, between the inlets called Forton

    Parishes Bursledon

    battle of Copenhagen . The ships used to be launched on the top of high-water, and towed round to Portsmouth Harbour , where they were sheathed in copper. The ship-building trade has long ago vanished, but traces of the old

    Parishes Boarhunt Boarhunt Church

    north stretches the Forest of Bere , whi le to the south there are spread open to the view Portsmouth Harbour with its shipping, Portsmouth Town , Fareham , Gosport , the Isle of Wight , and the English Channel.

    The liberty of Portsmouth and Portsea Island Introduction A Plan of Portsmouth 1762 .

    the island south of an irregular line crossing from Langstone Harbour at a point north of Great Salterns to Portsmouth Harbour , midway between Great Horsea Island and Tipner . Borough of Portsmouth . Azure a star between the horns

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Court Martial an Rear Admiral ELTA B HARVEY commenced in Portsmouth Harbour, onl board his Majesty's ship Gladiator, at half past, nine o'clock. The Members of the Cout were as follow Admiral Sir ROGER CURTIS, President. AIdmiral HOLLOWAY Admiral SUTTON Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir RoBERnr SroPFoRn, XKC.La, Admiral of the Blue, Con. mander-inoChief of his Majesty's ships and vessels at Slpithead andin Portsmouth Harbour, President; the I-on. Sir HBnay BLACKWOoD, lion K.C.B.. Vice-Admiral of the Blue; Sir ROBERT WALLER OTWAY, K.C B. Rear-Admiral Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    perfectly successful. The importance of these ex- periments is very great for, if the communication calt be carried across Portsmouth Harbour, it follows its a matterof course that it may, with at least equal facility, be carried from headland to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the establishment." EXPERaMEa T ON IROx Sreps or WAR-On Tuesday some practice took place from the Excellent, in Portsmouth Harbour, to test the effect of shot on iron steam-vessels of war. In this instance the target, representing a section Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    board, blew up on Monday, twelve miles off Beacty Head, but happily no life was lost. The Jasper left Portsmouth Harbour on Saturday morning for the Baltic, under the command of Lieutenant Crawley, having about two tons o powder ons Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 03/10/1759

    on board the Portland, from June the 25th, 1756 , to the date thereof, November the 6th, 1758 in Portsmouth Harbour , signed John Gillis , W. Parkin, Henry Lloyd . Capt. Gardiner having being killed in an engagement with


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