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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    boat Springwell left the barbour. The wreck is supposed ig to be on the uppermost part of Longsand or South Sands. ;o Many vessels have run in for shelter. A telegram from Plymouth states that Captain Nielsen and eight of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    water. To all appearance the vessel had been in collision. The steamer was trying to tow the wreckround the South Sands towards the main. Other steamers went out from the Downs tO assist, but nothing can be seen of them Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and masonicprceession wlllbeorganlsed in the R~ailway Station yard. Wcatborougb, and at half- pest two it wlll start for the South Sands, vid Westborcugh, Aberdeenl Walk. Castle Road, St. Thomas Street, St. Nioholaa Street, Falooners Road, New Road. The proession will Subscribers-only content

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    an present Visitilng, with their larenits, at North Marine Bo1ld, Scarborough. OIL Saturday morning they set out for the South Sands, with tile intention of woilcing to Fioy by way of the boach. Ignorant of the stato of the tidle, Subscribers-only content

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    his oppositiol. Th'ia hill will therefore come before the House of Lords Committee as an uileloposed measure, At the South Sands, Scarborough, on Wednesday night, the following message from the sea was picked up.- * Norwegian brig Misc. We abandoned Subscribers-only content

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