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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    moved to Helsingfors, where ten sailorless men-of-war are laid up, and 8,000 of the soldiers are to be stationed at Bomarsund, in the island of Aland, the most advanced point of Russian Finland towards Sweden. Both sides of the Finnish Subscribers-only content

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    of the large ships' upon the Russian land defences." The ' Swenska Tidning' confirms the report of an attack on Bomarsund on the 21st. The bombardment began at five in the evening, and by seven the masked battery was dismounted Subscribers-only content

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    following details of Captain Ha1l's recent pae rice at Bomarsund: On the 21st the Hecla, Valorous, and Odin threaded up the intricate southern channel between the Aland islands, which leads to Bomarsund. About 5 p.u, they sighted a large round Subscribers-only content

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    K. Hall, come up with the fleet in the evening, bringitg intelligence of the successful bonabardaaent of the fortifications of Bomarsund, the principal of the AlamId Isles, by the Odill, 16, Captain Sctt, Valorous, 16, Captain Buckle, and Hecla. After Subscribers-only content

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    latest de- tailed intelligence from the Baltic is contained in a letter from an officr on board the Blenheim, off Bomarsund, on the 23rd ult. He gives the following account of the proceedings of the fleets since they left Baro Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Tuesday 22nd August 1854

    &c, the latter interesting him particularly. The Duke of Newcastle & Dr Login joined us. - In the attack on Bomarsund we only lost 2 men, one unfortunately, an Engineer Officer - At ¼ to 3 started with the 4

    Saturday 1st April 1854

    Russians having intended to evacuate Aland, has not been confirmed, but they have only 1000 men in the Fort of Bomarsund ! Ld Aberdeen entirely approved of my wish to confer the G.C. of the Bath on Sir J. Graham

    Wednesday 3rd January 1855

    out immediately to the Crimea. He is an Engineer Officer, a clever, sensible man, who, in the Baltic superintended at Bomarsund & wrote a book on that war. - Lord Aberdeen , the addition to our dinner besides Mama. Ld

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Bombardment of Bomarsund, 1854

    Bombardment of Bomarsund [naval] English and french ships anchored off-shore firing starboard guns at Bomarsund fortress; explosion background l. 1854Colour lithograph


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