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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was unavailing. CAPTURE OF A S31UGGLER.-A letter from Weymouth says, whilst the Eagle revenue cutter was cruising in the West Bay, Lieutenant Ray espied a large French logger mak. ing for the coast, of which no notice was taken, the Subscribers-only content

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    in the distance mentioned. More than forty miles of the passage, from the Start to Portland Bill, is across West Bay, and with an offing of nearly twenty E miles. Safe and simple, however, as the passage is, it appears Subscribers-only content

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    make sail and stand out to sea, or put into Weymouth roads. The next is the longest stage, across West Bay, the nearest shelter being Torbay or Dartmouth harbour, distant from Portland about forty miles. Dartmouth is sheltered from all Subscribers-only content

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    height on Friday morning, a fine barque, called the Enchantress, Hubbard master, from London, was driven ashore in the West Bay. She immediately began to go to pieces, and every soul belonging to her, with the dx- ception of the Subscribers-only content

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    midnight they had made Portland Lights bearing N.E. The ship must then have been well to the south of West Bay, and outside the Race of Portland. At a little after two p.m. she was to the S.S.E. of the Subscribers-only content

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