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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KEMPTHORNE, Sir John (c.1620-79), of Portsmouth, Hants.

    convoy against the Algerian corsairs. In the third Dutch war, he took a prominent part in the battle of Sole Bay and was further promoted. He was wounded at the battle of Texel in 1673, and retired in the following

    SPRAGGE, Sir Edward (d.1673).

    fleet, he was awarded 3,000 ounces of plate and a pension of £1,000 p.a.[footnote]Spragge fought in the battle of Sole Bay, in which the 1st Earl of Sandwich (Edward Montagu I) lost his life. Lord Hinchingbrooke (Edward Montagu) succeeded to

    TUFTON, Hon. Sackville (1646-1721), of London.

    earned his commission in the guards by serving as volunteer aboard the fleet in 1672. He was wounded at Sole Bay, and again at the second battle of Schoneveld in the following year. He entered the House unopposed at the

    VAUGHAN, Roger (c.1641-72), of Bredwardine, Herefs.

    Vaughan rejoined the fleet on the outbreak of the third Dutch war, and was killed at the battle of Sole Bay. He left no heir, and died heavily in debt both to the crown and to private creditors. His half-brother

    HADDOCK, Sir Richard (c.1629-1715), of Mile End, Wapping, Mdx.

    Sandwich (Edward Montagu I) he was one of the few who escaped from theRoyal James at the battle of Sole Bay, and was rewarded with a seat on the navy board, for, as he told Samuel Pepys, ‘it is impossible

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ampthill

    British force that drove the Dutch from New York , and met his end fighting against the Dutch at Sole Bay in 1672 . 27 The cannon ball which caused his death is still preserved in the church imbedded in

    Wisbech Hundred Tydd St. Giles Plan of St. Giles's Church

    about 12 acres in Sutton St. Edmunds (Lines.). Wren's charity originated when the English fleet attacked the Dutch in Sole Bay in 1672 . One of the naval officers on board the Royal Prince was Matthew Wren , son of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AALtE OF LORD NORThWICK'Sl 1 'I ,. .,CO.LLECTION. Thb sale was resumed on Tuesday, the great gallery being ,crowded to excess.- Those pictures' which so recently adoraed the landscape room were first presented. The following were- thb most remairkable Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Exeter, from Middlesbro' for Brixham' with coals, has put into harbour for refuge, having while at anchor in Sole Bay been run foul of by the schooner Ocean Bride, of Goole, by which she lost jib-boom martingale, guys, flying-jib Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Holland, regarded as the clief cFuuvre of the master, from the Solly collection- slo?; W. Vandervelde, the Buttle of Sole Bay, IG('s- losg guineas ; Paul Vansomer, Henry, Prince of Wales, a fine full-length portrait -175 guineas; Cuyp, a river Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nets cut by trawler,£Bs. 1876.-A lbion, neta cut by trawler, £t',o ; Eustace, net* cut by trawler, _._ ; Sole Bay, nets cut by trawler, £270. I.S7S. - Warrior, nets cut by trawler, £.50. 1870. - Warrior, nets cut by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TirmotUh... Petrel, Jackson; Buacleuch (s), Wright; Exchange, Dudding. Newcastle... Bliss, Jackbon ; Margaret, Haywood. Anvrrt.. Scheldc fs), Lidermore, SouthtsoU... Sole Bay, Winter. Blakeney J. and H. Endeavour. Mann; Concord, Watkinton. Brancatttr H ew Eagle. Hendry, W'.n.ta.le Three Brothers, Lillford. Antral*. Subscribers-only content

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