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  • * British History Online *

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    Transactions - vol. 1, 1624-5

    fishermen. (g) In the north of the island, 'Grimbsbyes Sound' is a good port, the entrance being between Tresco and Bryher. Fortifications which used to command the port have decayed and should be repaired for otherwise ships could lie there

    Index, B, 01 January 1679-31 December 1680

    New Brentford. Brereton , Randall, outlaw, 777. -, Capt. Thomas, landwaiter, London, 161. Bretforton (Worcester), 861. Brether Isle (Scilly); see Bryher. Breton (Bretton and see Britton), Richard, comptroller of cloth and petty Customs, London port, 98, 101 2; customer of

    Index of persons and Places, B

    duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 124. Bredy , Samson, lieutenant in the Earl of Denbigh's regiment, 255. Breher. See Bryher. Bren , Ralph, captain in Coote's regiment, 274. Brenches , co. Berks, 176. Brenchley , co. Kent, hundred of,

    Index, B, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    , He nry, 230. Breech , Charles, 62. Breedon , John, Farmer of Excise, London, 664, 728, 730. Brehac (? Bryher, one of the Scillies), 441. Bremen , Resident at. See Swan, Sir W. Brent , Mr., collector of chantry,


    Bruce, master of the rolls, ?14, 256 Brunsb ttel , Germany, 424 Brussels , Belgium, 249 Bryant , Joseph, 334 Bryher , Scilly, 225 Bucher , George, 401 Buckhurst , lord, see Sackville, Thomas Buckingham , marquess and duke of,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    into the boat, and returned to Bryher, arriving home with their resoted harge I 4bouteix o'clock inthe evening. Thecre vwho relieved them stayed at Sam pson, btlock aftertheotherlboatand i bringher herm. When theshipwreckedmenartivedat Bryher, the half baked loaves were taken Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DELAWARE. ISPECIAL TELEGRAM.] THI3E first and third officers, who escaped from the Delaware before she foundered, are lying ill, at Bryher Island. It would seem that the bearings of the vessel's engines became overheated; end, though men were employed to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fog prevails there. Gun B ire being fired, and it is reported that a Liverpool steamer has tone ashore on Bryher. The lifeboat was got out as quickly as possible.- Up to the time of going press, however, pc had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and of the three boats " O and Ml ' " Guinevie," and " SwHt," belonging to the islands ef Bryher and St. Agnes, among the Scilly groop The? alleged that ou the 7th May their alarm was eaoited by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and a great quantity of the tobacco burnt.- The wreck of the Jlfary Hay, has been got into safety near Bryher; some further portions of the cargo, viz.- rum pimento, logwood, ebony, -fee., have been saved. ' Hblstox Grammar School Subscribers-only content

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