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  • * British History Online *

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    Warrant Book, March 1712, 21-31, 01 March 1712-31 March 1712

    the great benefit that may redound to the Fishery and Trade of this kingdom in case the Fort in Brasey [Bressay ] Sound in Scotland be repaired and put into a condition of defence: together with a report [missing ]

    Acts, 1830

    Assembly, that the Presbytery of Lerwick shall con sist of the following parishes, viz.: Dunrossness, Walls, Sandsting, Tingwall, Lerwick, and Bressay; and that the Presbytery of Burravoe shall consist of the following parishes, viz.: Nesting, Delting, Northmavine, Yell, Fetlar, and

    Index, B, 01 January 1712-31 December 1712

    Glasgow, 362. importers of, in London port, 125. running of, 273, 293, 320, 429. seized, 99, 163. Brasey Sound. See Bressay. Brattle , Charles, deputy undersearcher, London port, 548. Brayne , Richard, clothier to the Army, moneys due to, 324,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLOGWYaw .-Tua diwefld yr wythnos cnv y ddiweddaf, cymerodd damnwain ddifrifol le yn Bressay, Ysgotland. *Aeth tri o ddyn- ion ieuainc ar draws o Lerwick i Ynys Bressay i fwyn- han en huuaini. Ar ol erwydro ar hyd y traeth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street, Finsbury, bosiers-.E. Dignum and Co. Wincbam, Cheshire, rockeralt proprietors; as far as regards J. Thompson-Hagg and Son, Colchester, tailors- Bressay and Taitt, Jewry street, Aldgate, woollen drapers- Shield rnd Temple, North Shields, bloo sellera-Rickwood and natock, Ilorahar, Sutssx, sargenors-Palser Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and having on 6oard his Royal Highness Prince Alfred, anchored off Lerwick, midway between the town and the bIland of Bressay, having left Kirkwall the same morning at 6.30 nm., thus, with only three boilers at work, steamnDg about eight Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on several of the islands. Seme of the Shetland herring boats are still missing, while one of them, belonging to Bressay, has foundered, two of the crew being drowned. SIR C. DILKE AND THE INTERNATIONAL-A meeting of the London Branch Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    master of the schooner Snaefel, lying stranded at Bressay, and Alexander Henry, a local boatman, left Lerwick to proceed to Breesay in a small boau yesterday morning. The boat was found at Bressay, bottom up, and little doubt is entertained Subscribers-only content

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