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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The Trinity House

    1596 -7 to 'taking the can up and down from the Den-end', which indicates that one buoy was near Spurn Head , though other references point to a site near Killingholme. By and large the House made a profit on

    Medieval Hull

    these ports, however, had their disadvantages, the one two miles inland along a winding creek, the other exposed on Spurn Head where it was destined before long to be destroyed by the sea. The haven of the River Hull was


    Ravenchil (fl. 1066), 461 Ravenser , Ric., Archdeacon of Lincoln , 288, 335 Ravenser , 16, 20-22. See also Spurn Head Ravenser's and Selby 's Hosp. , 335, 346 Rawcliffe (W.R.), 85 Rawson , John, 428 Raysyn , Rog., 466

    Hull in the 16th and 17th centuries

    beacons or lighthouses along the coast and opposed various schemes in the 17th century for lights at Flamborough or Spurn Head . 338 To defray its expenses Trinity House levied certain tolls, which were increased from time to time, on

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    driazling C a rain at Scllij, Dover, and Oxlord; Temperature had. risen slightly, and readings reeged from 63 deg.*;at Spurn Head and N 1- Yrrmsouthto inaths Shetlends. At the summit of Ben C Nevis the thermometer at.- 9 'alm. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wind has backed to north on all our eastern and southern coasts, and still blew a moderate gals at Spurn Head eno Diover, but In Ireland the wind had shifted to east it and soutls-eaet, and vas light in force. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rescued1 and landed by the Fonthill. fail The Wilson Line steamer Canto was disabled about thirty an' milee from Spurn Head, her enoines having broken down co0 on Monday. Two tugs were sent out in search of her. [TI A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    norths-westerly to northerly on most of i our coasts and over the North Sea, and sisterly over Francs. It j is generally light or moderate In force. The eea is moderate to |slight, exceptat Spurn Head. Surburgh Read. and ChrbatiansmnV]' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lee force ine the north of Scotlard, the. cat of Enegland, end over Germany and thle Netherlands, fresh to strong elsewhere. The ser. is high at Shields, rough at Spurn Head, Yalentia, and in the western half i of tbsChanuel; Subscribers-only content


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