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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of bin-, ,ulser beauty, which more than compensated for the loss of the view or the Culver Cliffs and Sandown Bay, which bad been the main object of our climb. A dense fog was setting in from the sea and; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    members had assembled, and these saluted the Emperor as the Royal yacht passed. The Osborne thenl mnade direct for Sandown Bay, to tie eaitwfartl of Itydce, to witness the departure of the British sqiuadron for toe man(ouvres. As early as Subscribers-only content

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    know that she had on board the Prince Napoleon and the Princess Clothilde. The ship anchored that night in Sandown Bay, and the next morning the Prince and Princess landed. with their suite, and visited CariSbrook Castle, while the ship Subscribers-only content

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    the 1VkDalightere of Gentlemen, for BOARD and EDUUATI'IN. Ecdlelyffe louse is delightfully eltusted on the high land, overlosk- ing Sandown Bay, EO justly famous for its excellent bea bathing It hls been eperially arranged for tbe reception of young itlies, Subscribers-only content

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    the eastern entrance to Spithead from the Channel, and holding a course out- side the Princeesa Shoal and across Sandown Bay towards Dunnose, the engines working 68 revolutions, and the bow wave thrown up by the project- ing spur rising Subscribers-only content

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