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    in the summer of 1851. They went down in the same steamer, and searched the same rocks (Lamitor and Rat Island) at the same time. The first division despised crowbars, and thought their eyes were more to be trusted, but Subscribers-only content

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    Exham. BS., Superintendent of Works at Portsmouth, ha-ve been appnointed a committee to draw up a scheme for converting Rat Island, which faces Clarence Victualling Yard, into an additional coaling depot for Porc30rnoutb Harbour A cre-- of nincty-one cfficers and Subscribers-only content

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    on being struck with a hammer, while lying near St. Mary's Quay, and the wad- ding, &c. fell on Rat Island. Master-gunner Ross was severely injured in the leg by the accident. The elm tree planted by Pope in the Subscribers-only content

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    that Capt. H. determined to bear up for Milford Haven. He made land at 6 p.m. and passed round Rat Island for Milford Haven, when the gale increased, and it became so thick and dark that nothing could be seen Subscribers-only content

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    Both, the Caledonia arrived at Quebec; the Minesota just arroiving. The barque Reliance and Margaretta were at anchor off Rat Island. The brig Pioneer, in Traverse. On the 81st, spoke the Keepsake, off Antic osti. ARRIVAL Or THE ANOLO-SAXON; AT Subscribers-only content

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