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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Boulogne and Scaw, inclusive, inward and outward bound, and whether entering the river Thames by the North or South Channel. SRSSIONAL ADDRESSES-NEW HOUSE OF COMI.5OxS. On the motion of Lord ALTHORP the house resolved into committee on the sessional Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    leeway was endeavouring to make for the coast of Ireland, and standing so as to endeavour to avoid the South Channel ; she was dead in the wind's eye, and there was a boat either astern or slung to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    north-easterly or north on our north-westerly coasts; ia the south it was more east, and blew strongly at most South Channel stations. At Lisbon it had backed to nortb- north-west. The weather was' fair, bct cloudy in most niaces, and Subscribers-only content

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    gales. The wNind having nOW become favourable, mid the cuieder I illly answering its purpose, the S~lD pocededup the South Channel, and at Ailsa Craig feti ihatug, wrhirls brought her to this port. She has been berthed at the woodess Subscribers-only content

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    SEpt, 20, ofi Bird ]ooqs, by the Olsippow.a at Quebec. Nonantoui (supposed) from Calcutta ftr Boston, Cct. 11, in South Channel. Flimby schooner, from Mssryport iN for raetiernO lt. 41i N, long. 1 W. by the Doris, Eaverhamp, at Ouxhasren. Subscribers-only content

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