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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    the defetce. A letter from Plymouth, dated Aucgust 6, says-" You may he apprized of the loss of men the Dreadnought sus- tained, in the attack. made by her boats; two of themf, each commanded by a Lieutenant, attacked a Subscribers-only content

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    house, One man on board the Augusta, from Inverness, eight days in London. This man is now on board the Dreadnought. One man oe board the Bradford, lying at Deptford Creek. The medical gentlemen deputed by the Board to inquire Subscribers-only content

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    most dreadfully scalded. The vessel was instantly taken in tow by the other steamer, which proceeded as far as the Dreadnought hospital ship, where the engineer was taken on board. He lingered until the following day in great agony, when Subscribers-only content

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    the Priscess Victoria steam-boat, about noon. Three were drowned, and two who were picked up arid taken on board the Dreadnought hospital-ship died from the effects of the accident. An inquest was subsequently held, which lasted two days. The evidence Subscribers-only content

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    Feercised on thesteir accustomed atstivity, as, for irstapiie, the mere rumour of the existence of the disease on board the Dreadnought was copied from the Obsaerver of Sunday into the morning and evening papers of Monday, when by sending down Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Barrington

    had both been closed. 226 About 1918 new cementworks were under construction north of the Haslingfield road , by the Dreadnought Cement Co. In 1920 it obtained leave to build a light railway to join the London-Cambridge line, but was

    Dagenham Economic history and local government

    Charles Heathcote & Sons, for leasing to other firms. 84 In 1911 they built a new jetty to accommodate the Dreadnought Thunderer , the last warship to be launched in the Thames : this had been built at Canning Town

    Brewood Introduction, manors and agriculture OLD SMITHY COTTAGES. Dean Street . BREWOOD .

    capital messuage of the bishop's manor. 140 An ancient timber building on the site of the house known as The Dreadnought was demolished here in 1896 141 but there is no evidence to connect this with the bishop's messuage. South

    Victoria County History

    76 John (fl. 1407), 76 Wm., 76 Drayton , Dry, 182 Drayton , Fen, man., 129 Drayton Parslow (Bucks)., 85 Dreadnought Cement Co. , 154 dress-makers , 154 Drinkstone (Suff.), 182 Droxford (Drokensford), John, rector of Barrington , 72, 131,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BEESTON, Sir George (c.1520-1601), of Beeston, Cheshire.

    In September 1562 he was one of the captains ordered to ‘keep the Narrow Seas’, and later he commanded the Dreadnought with distinction. About 1576 he was in charge of the shore defences at Gravesend.[footnote]Like other Elizabethan gentlemen, Beeston seems

    BROOKE, alias COBHAM, William (1565-97), of Cobham Hall; later of Newington, Kent.

    Kent. Constituency Dates Rochester 1584 Rochester 1586 Kent 1597 Ofifces Held Capt. Dreadnought June 1597; keeper of Eltham park 1597. Biography Brooke, a ‘comely youth disposed to follow the court’ and one of the Earl of Essex’s brilliant young men,

    BOSCAWEN, Hon. Edward (1711-61), of Hatchlands Park, Surr.

    BOSCAWEN, Hon. Edward (1711-61), of Hatchlands Park, Surr. Constituency Dates Truro 21 June 1742 10 Jan. 1761 Ofifces Held Entered R.N. 1726; lt. 1732; capt. 1737; r.-adm. 1747; v.-adm. 1755; adm. 1758; gen. of marines 1759; ld. of Admiralty

    HOPSON, Thomas (1643-1717), of Weybridge, Surr.

    joined the navy by 1662. At the outbreak of the third Dutch war he was appointed second lieutenant of the Dreadnought. He served throughout the war and in March 1678 while in the Mediterranean was promoted captain of a prize

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 January 1707, 9 January 1708

    alfo The Feverfham and £>ueenbrough (New Caftle Convoys); and with them, and the other Ships here¬ after mentioned, (videlicet,) The Dreadnought, Moun- " tague, Bonadventure, Weymouth, Worcefter, Tyger, " Briftel, Rocbefier, Colchefier, Portfmouth, and Ludlow- " Cajtle, to proceed with Subscribers-only content

    9 January 1707, 9 January 1708

    The 4. BonadventureA tfortb Sea> bore away 'for Lieth 5. Feverpam. 1 "1707. ^.Swallow. Warwick. 5. Looe. 6. Flambrough. 4. Dreadnought. Mountague, Tyger. Rochefier. Leopard. 5. Portfmcuth. S I R, J "it. ] y Road; and thefe Two Ships, being Subscribers-only content

    9 January 1707, 9 January 1708

    them. We have had an extreme cold Summer in thefe Northern Latitudes. a te *.' I am, On Board The Dreadnought, off « Yoar Honour's, &c. Lowe/toft, July 8th, 1707. [Young Tfaac, of Amfierdam, Burthen at'out 500 Tons, a new Subscribers-only content

    9 January 1707, 9 January 1708

    by Sir Tbo- mas Dilkes. Nottingham, Capt. Whitaker j Advice, Capt. Morris. Litchfield, Capt. Billingfiy. f Faulkland, Capt. Underdown. J Dreadnought, Capt. Evans. j^ Fowy, Capt. Browne. Chatham, Capt, Bockenham. Medway, Capt, Littleton. In the Bay of J Surprized there Subscribers-only content

    17 May 1806, 17 May 1806

    Letter dated Dreadnought at " Sea, 27th March 1806, in which he returns an '* Anfwer to the faid Refolution." The faid Letter was read by the Clerk as follows j (videlicet), t<. a cc cc My Lord Dreadnought tit Subscribers-only content


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