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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, C, 01 April 1700-31 March 1702

    . See Mackleod of Catbow. Catelyn , Sir Nevill, deputy lieutenant for Norfolk Cater . See Carter. Caterlin . See Catterline. Catesby , Thomas, deputy lieutenant for Northamptonshire, dead Cathcart , Malcome, payment to, for apprehending tories [Ralph ] , Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, 01 April 1700-31 March 1702

    licence of absence for Hilliar , William, deputy lieutenant for Somerset Hilton , John, deputy lieutenant for Durham Hiltoun in Catterline parish , co. Kincardine, town and lands Hinman , Mr., pardon for Hispaniola , H.M.S. Bidiford lost on the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has been blowving at Stonehaven, and at five o'clock yesterday morning the fishing boat Transatlantic went on the roechs at Catterline, five miles from Stone. hlaven, and three of her crew were drowned. The skipper anl hise brother, named Christin, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lar- wr hour, having previously lost ill her sails i a tho gale, The captain Ci states that when off Catterline, a few mites to the Southward, he mn war in company with a larga black scbooeer, which founrdered wih Subscribers-only content

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    for the harbour. They all reached it with safety except the Scottish Maid, and it was afterwards learned I from Catterline, a neighbouring poet, that the host with all hands, foundered at sea. There were on board the Scottish Maid Subscribers-only content

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    to hand. The fishing fleet wilSCU` in the gale off the Kincardineshire coast, and one ti l boats, belonging to Catterline, was swamped by a h1cri sea, and her crew of four men were drownled. ThecO is increasing. n Mrs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Duncan was married; the other two were unmarried. About the hour when this accident happened another boat, , belonging to Catterline, while engaged crab fishing ofl Kinneff, Kincardineshire, was caught in the same squall and upset. Her crew of three Subscribers-only content

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