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  • * British History Online *

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    Transactions - vol. 2, 1634

    each headland of England. [The headlands are listed, together with the distances and bearings, one from another, starting with Souter Point and ending with Holyhead. ] A plat is enclosed [not entered ] . Thomas Milton, William Bigate, John Burrell,

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    Sommers , John, 334 Sommersfeild , , 260 Soprain , John Francisco, 28 9 Sound , The, see Oresund Souter Point , Durham, 437 South Cape , see St Vincent, Cape South Foreland , see Forelands Southampton , Hants, 16,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    At last an official investigation took place, but no positive evidence of the alleged practice was forth. coming, and the fishermen were honourably acquitted, Now, however, the charge is revived. A certain Captain KIRBYc, walking about on Souter Point, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    remains of John Wilson, wholesale grocer and provision merchant, Sunder- land, whose body was found ill the water at Souter Point on Sunday. Mr. Wilson left home on Friday, and up to the time of the discovery of his corpse Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    delneslse. Dering the gale on the nortls-east coast on \Wednesday night, a lsrge sraiilg vessel, nssne unlcknown, wentashore oIl Souter Point, aboit three miles from tile tnouthi of the Tyne. No assistlnille could possilsly ht alforded, and yesterday mornilng the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    certificate of the mate, Henry Chapman, for twelve months, and cautioned Lumaden, the master. A course was set off Souter Point wibthout veruficationl,and the shi, in broad daylight and on a well-known coast, ran on a took At the time Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ships comineg to " the Tyne. The ceble belonged to South Shields, and was r well manned. While off Souter Point, the men un board of e her in a moment observed a qoatll of wisd, what seaness . call Subscribers-only content

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    The Northern tribune: a periodical for the people., 1854

    to the Yorkshire hills, and the north of the Tees; northward along the line of the Durham coast to Souter Point . The view from the Heugh light house is exceedingly imposing. The light house is a fine building, and Subscribers-only content

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