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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PRrNCE REGENT haiRbeen making an aqualic ex- cnrsion, He embarked on the 7th inst. at Brighton n hoard the Royal Sovereign yacht, and sailed with the squadron for the Isle of Wigqht. I-le anchored in the roads of Cowes the Subscribers-only content

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    Magistrates and Yeomanry. Tuesday evening, their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of CLARENCE landed at Dover, 'from the Royal Sovereign vacht.-We ate sorry to understand that the detention of their Royal Highnesses at Duakirk was oc- casioned by an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    will, as usual, zttend the Royal Party. Orders ha-e been given, him to hoist his flag on board the Royal Sovereign yacht, for this purpose. He is alsu to have two, frigates and some catters unider hI s Commifialnd, for Subscribers-only content

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    other French Nobility present, look off tli~jr hiats on die Regent leaving the ship. The tide ticn servirog, the Royal Sovereign gor t under wtigh, anid pased the pier-heid tinder a royal salute from all the batterie? '" Here the Subscribers-only content

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    (after breakfasting with the Earl of Hbpevoto) oh the previous Thursday about three o'clock. He sailed ii' the Royal Sovereign Yarcht, towed by the James Watt sthasu- ship, as before; but the passage was much quicker. His Majesty landtd at Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 10 Towns seated on the THAMES.

    have their Dependance thereon. And in this Dock hath been built the best Ships of War; amongst which the Royal Sovereign , Anno 1637 . being in Length by the Keel 127 Foot; in Breadth by the Beam 47 Foot,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COLE, Sir Christopher (1770-1836), of Penrice Castle, Glam.

    1820 191830 Ofifces Held Midshipman RN 1780, lt. 1793, cdr. 1800, capt. 1802; commanded yacht Royal Sovereign 1828; col. marines 1830-d. Biography Captain Cole, ‘pleasant, with unaffected and naval manners’, served with distinction in every theatre of the war against

    CAMPBELL, Hon. George Pryse (?1792-1858).

    in the frigate Belvidera's escape from a powerful American squadron, 23 June 1812. In April 1814 he joined the Royal Sovereign yacht, which conveyed Louis XVIII to Calais. As a commander he had the Racehorse in the Mediterranean in 1818.[footnote]

    ADAM, Charles (1780-1853), of Barns, Kincardine and Blair Adam, Kinross

    of bringing the emperor of Russia and king of Prussia to Dover for negotiations in 1814. He captained the Royal Sovereign the following year and during George IV’s 1821-2 visits to Ireland and Scotland, where from 1815 to 1830 his

    THYNNE, Lord Henry Frederick (1797-1837), of 6 Grovesnor Square, Mdx.

    six years he served as a volunteer and certificated midshipman in the Fortune, Tigre, Royal George, Blake, Malta, Impregnable, Royal Sovereign and Tennant. After passing as a lieutenant, 7 Aug. 1816, he joined the Ganymede, and was considered for the

    OWEN, Sir Edward William Campbell Rich (1771-1849), of Deal, Kent

    in the Walcheren expedition in 1809 and the landing at South Beveland in 1813.[footnote] He was captain of the Royal Sovereign yacht from 1816 until 1822, when he took the naval command in the Caribbean. From Barbados, 23 Mar. 1823,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Willesden Economic history

    two railway lines. Some 100 people were employed there in 1919 . In 1926 the works passed to the Royal Sovereign Pencil Co. which established a second factory a little to the north in 1929 and by 1937 had 250

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    Hosp. , Royal Chiswick Laundry , Royal Horticultural Soc. , n , Royal India Asylum , Royal Society , Royal Sovereign Pencil Co. , rubber making , Ruffy , Arnell & Baumann, rugby football , Rupert , Prince, Ruperti :

    The borough of Barking BARKING TOWN CENTRE 1964

    ' Ship and Shovel ', the names of which still survive, the ' Anchor ', the 'Bell', the ' Royal Sovereign ', and the ' Royal William ', also occur in 1754 . 125 Tanning was carried on at Barking

  • * Science in the Nineteenth-Century Periodical *

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    Anon, 'Punch's Essence of Parliament', Punch 48 (1865) p.105–06

    Later reports arguments, criticism, and praise for the government's ship designer, Edward J Reed , and support for the Royal Sovereign , 'which is adapted to Cowper-Coles's plan, and is stated to be the best ship in the navy'. (105)

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Home rule - home rule: an address delivered May 14th, 1886., 1886

    a Chamber¬ lain was sent to attend upon him, and he had every attention, as if he were a Royal Sovereign . That was not all. The Pope had two newspapers in Rome , and has still one-the Mo7itteur de Subscribers-only content

    Report, 1849

    Messrs. Pembroke Dock , Loyal AVelsh Lodge of Freemasons Pembroke , Contribution by the Officers and Men of the Royal Sovereign Yacht Pembroke , Contributions by the Officers and Men of the Royal Dockyard, per Captain G.T. Falcon , R.N. Subscribers-only content

    On the construction of horse railways for branch lines and for street traffic, 1860

    ditto 14. Plans of the upper and lower decks and platforms of a brig of war IB. Yacht, " Royal Sovereign " 16. Yacht built for the Prince Royal of Denmark 17. Plans and sections of the interior of a Subscribers-only content

    Naval armour: dedicated to Lord Palmerston, 1865

    bulwarks of the Royal Sovereign have been already stopped by Mr. Reed 's official pen, and he will naturally stop all fittings which would tend to prove my system compatible for sea-going ships."' The Royal Sovereign having recently been put Subscribers-only content

    Naval armour: dedicated to Lord Palmerston, 1865

    account of the signal failure of their armour, doomed to an inglorious career.. They will, probably, be quietly finished, make a trial trip or tAvo, and then, like the Royal Sovereign , be as quietly put out of commission. After Subscribers-only content

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

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    Ordinary's Account, 17/03/1749

    , from which he was again press'd into the Service; and after some Time being kept on Board the Royal Sovereign , was turned over to the Pool , a forty Gun Ship of War, his stay on Board the

    Ordinary's Account, 17/03/1755

    the Tartar Pink . In five weeks they arrived in the Thames, when Burk was turned over to the Royal Sovereign , the first ship he had ever been in; he was on board her six weeks, stealing cloaths, and

    Ordinary's Account, 17/03/1755

    , after robbing his mate of his hat and wig, & c. and was pressed again on board the Royal Sovereign , and turned over to the Oxford , where he remained 15 months by the name of William Bougy

 

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