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  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix, Miscellaneous 1548, 01 January 1548-31 December 1548

    Vindames 14 and Burnmouth ( Bulemet ), and afterwards made an assault, but those within met them valiantly and killed a good many, a great captain among the rest. The garriso n has strengthened the fortifications of Burnmouth to such

    Index, D, 01 January 1519-31 December 1523

    3678, 3679. -, -, sig. App. 12. Dod , Jas., 1920. -, Wm., gr. 458. Dodd , Jemmy, of the Burnmouth, 3295. Dodde , Tho., p. 1362. Doddington , Linc., 80. Dodicote , Ric., gr. 2993. Dodmere , Ralph, p.

    Index of Persons and Places, B, 01 October 1706-31 December 1707

    Juliana. Burnet , Gilbert, bishop of Sarum, Chancellor of the Order of the Garter, 90, 253, 400, 481. Burntown [? Burnmouth, co. Berwick ] , 319. Burrard , Paul, sub-commissioner of Prizes at Portsmouth, resigns, 52, 504. Burridge , Samuel,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lordship will also preside at the annual meeting of the Agricultural Society in December next. SEVEN FisHERmEN DROWNED,-A correspondent, dating Burnmouth, near Berwick, November 5, writes:-"We have to lament the death, by drowning, of seven of our fish- ermen-namely, Abrahasm, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a barrel. The crabs measured from four to ten inches, and came from Anstru- ther, St. Niniant, Prestonvans, Dunbar, Collingham, Burnmouth (near Eyemoith), Berwick, Holy Island, North Sunderland.. Craystor, Cornwall, and a few from Scarborough and Filey, and some large Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    must have been instantaneous. THEn B FISUeMElN DRoNNrnD, -Four f rlmon-fishers went out to lift some sahnon. stake. nets at Burnmouth, ncar Berwick, yesterday. A heavy sea vas ranning, and a wave capsized tie beat. One man swam ashore, blut Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    about lft. long, with the name " Colum- bus " in yellow letters, has been Washed ashore between Berwick and Burnmouth. It is supposed therefore that some vessel must have foundered in the vicinity during the recent gale. A bottle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the North at 5.30 on Saturday collided with a goods train at Burnmouth, six miles north from that place. The engine of the passenger train waswrecked, and several people were injured. Four passengers were conveyed by a special relief Subscribers-only content

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