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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 26th September 1832

    Ashton Smith 's steamer, who had offered it to Mamma though they were all gone. We sailed out by Puffin Island & all went on very well till we got nearer Holyhead when the sea was very rough, the weather

    Wednesday 26th September 1832

    Ashton Smith 's steamer, who had offered it to Mamma though they were all gone. We sailed out by Puffin Island & all went on very well till we got nearer Holyhead when the sea was very rough, the weather

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pen yn '.yned heirio, r Penmon Sound, a churwyd y llestr i'r lao. N. fiodd tri o'r dwylaw i'r Puffin Island, a llwydd- wyd i gymeryd y gweddill ar fwrdd yrag.rfad. Caf- wyd y llestr yn ol i Be4umars y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a rhan o'r enw, ac arno " City of Dun" mewn llythyrenau mawrion, wedi eu golchi i'r Ian, ger Puffin Island, Kerry, Iwerddon. Nid oes un amheaeetb nad rhan o'r along City of Dunedin, 1074 o dunelli o Maryport, yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    morning of Wednes- day at Moelfre, a rugged portion of the Anglesea coast, and about midway between Amlwch and Puffin Island. The ill-fated vessel sailed from Melbourne on the 26th of August, having on board 388 passengers, of whom 63 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    into the lifeboat. As the boat could not reach the Anglesey shore, she landed on the east end of Puffin Island, and remained there until the weather moderated. The name of the first smack was the Speedwell, of Carnarvon; and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    out a machine-and from the end of the pier with great energy. There is some boating, but not much, Puffin Island, otherwise called Priestholm, being one of the places to be visited by those that go down to the sea Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    View of Puffin Island, near Anglesea., 1815

    View of Puffin Island, near Anglesea. [bird] Puffin Island in foreground at right, crowded with puffins on the plateau; flocks of birds flying around the cliffs; four figures approaching from behind the rock at centre left; rocky island in background;

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