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  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 12, 15 February 1668, 15 February 1668-15 February 1668

    , "That Robert Woode, Samuell Jackson , and Robert Dimis , on the Eighth Day of January last, at Saltfleet Haven , in the County of Lyncolne , did throw down the Posts, Bars, and Gates, and cut the Banks

    General Index, E, 01 March 1628-30 June 1629

    Cecil, Eliza. Earl of, see Cecil, William. ships of Exeter College , Oxford Exeter House Exminster Exmouth , ships of Expectation , the, of Milbrooke Expedition , the of Saltfleet Haven Eyans , Thomas, petition of Eyres , Sir William Subscribers-only content

    Warrants etc, September 1699, 01 September 1699-30 September 1699

    Customs Commissioners to employ Henry Lambert as riding surveyor at Ingermills in Boston port to inspect the coast to Saltfleet Haven and Gainthrop as proposed by Peregrine Bertie in his late survey of the coast of Lincolnshire; the rather because

    General Index, S, 01 October 1639-31 March 1640

    or saltmakers , of Shields petition of of Great Yarmouth, petition of of Newcastle and Hartlepool Salter , George Saltfleet Haven Saltpetre , And see Gunpowder. Barbary East Indian importation of receiver of, see Poole, Richard. stores of, see Tower, Subscribers-only content

    Index of persons and Places, S

    236. -, John, lieutenant, half-pay for, 450. -, Thomas, of the Pastry, to attend the King in Holland, 393. Saltfleet Haven , co. Lincoln, 173. Salvaire , , pension for, 146. Samazon , Andrew, captain, half-pay for, 451. Sampson ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A coast- ing schooner, the Try, of Goole, owned by the captain, John Adams, and his father, made for Saltfleet Haven on Saturday afternoon, having on board a cargo of coals, and mauned by C(aptain Adams and his brother Robert, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Norwegian vessel wrecked last week. At half-past four on Monday morning signals of distress were ob- served near Saltfleet Haven. The Donna Nook and Sheddlethorpe lifeboats made for the vessel, which proved to be the Johanna Bengeman, German barque, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wet clothes, when the signal ->un was again fired. The lifeboat was soon off to a ship ashore at Saltfleet Haven She was the barque Johnny Benjamin of Memel, bound then to HuU. Two of her masts had been cut Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coast. A coasting ichooner, the Try of Goole, owned by its captala. Joim Adam*, and LU father, made for Saltfleet Haven oa Saturday morning, having on board a cargo of coals, and! manned by Captain Adams and his brother Bobert, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE. ♦ Preferments and Appointments. Rev. A. G. Bleasdale, vicar of Mctfi eld, Suffolk ; vicar of Skidbrook-with-Saltfleet Haven, Grimsby. Rev. J. _R Brown, L. Th., senior curate of Chippenham, Wilts ; vicar of Muston, Yorks - patron, Subscribers-only content

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