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  • * British History Online * *

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    Wills, 30 Henry VI (1451-2)

    S. Thomas aforesaid; remainder over in case of default. Dated London, 12 October, A.D. 1450. Roll 180 (39). 1 Malborough, south of Kingsbridge. 2 South Poole. 3 Chivelstone, near Start Point. 1 Or S. Eloy. (See note supra, p. 268.)

    State Papers, 1656, April (2 of 7), 01 April 1656-30 April 1656

    I most humbly thanke you for the favor of your letter, which I received beinge under faile about the Start Point; and the gentleman that brought that packett from Dartmouth made soe great haste off on board, that I had

    Warrant Book, October 1704, 11-20, 01 October 1704-31 October 1704

    fitted his ship out for a voyage to Guinea about the latter end of Oct. last and near the Start Point met and took into harbour the King David laden with corn which had been deserted by her master and

    Entry Book, November 1685, 16-20, 16 November 1685-20 November 1685

    Commissioners to present two boatmen at Southampton, two tidesmen at Weymouth, two boatmen at Minehead and an officer for Start Point: and likewise the new officers to be established for the Isle of Wight on the sinking of the charge

    General Index, S, 01 December 1652-30 June 1653

    Jno. Stapleton , Thos. Stapley , Col. placed on committees Stapylton , Jno. Robt., letter of Starke , Wm. Start Point , ships off State or Commonwealth , the see also Government, the present, and casual notices, passim . affection Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the boy was lying on the coping, which fortunately is very wide. The Princess Charlotte was seem off the Start Point on Thursday week. She has therefore arrived before this at Portsmouth, having made the passage from Gibraltar in sixteen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was succeeded by a hurricane and clear weather; at I p.m. rounded the Lizard, and at 6. off the Start Point: we then shaped our course for St Catherine's, but, owing to miscalculation of the velocity, we overran our port, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    night; they wore in succession by night signal at about one a.m., made the land at daylight near the Start Point, formed the line of battle by signal, got the steam up, and carrying sail came up Channel at about Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    murder you." Directly after Lane struck him on the head with a belaying pin. This took place off the Start Point. The man cried " Murder! " twice, said, " Oh, God! " several times, and called once for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    night. The day after Frank died he was thrown overboard, and in about three hours afterwards we saw the Start Point." The evidence of this witness referred to the deaths of four coloured seamen. The wit- nessesin attendance to prove Subscribers-only content

 

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