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  • * British History Online *

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    Lighthouses

    of London to stay the collection and payment of moneys due to the Patentees for keeping t he Lighthouses at Dungeness and Wintertonness, under colour, as His Majesty understood, of an order, supposed to have been made for that purpose

    East Indies, January 1622, 01 January 1622-30 January 1622

    and a quarter. O.C., Vol. VIII., No . 1027. ] Jan. 9. 8. Court Minutes of the East India Company. Dungeness Light. John Lamprier to pay for mending the walls about the Marshes for the Company's part for 10 acres

    Joshua Johnson's Letterbook, 1774 (July & Aug)

    you that the Hope , Capt Howard, by whom Mr Johnson has shipped the fall goods has run ashore on Dungeness Pier [on the south coast of Kent ] . If the weather keeps moderate, I am in hopes she

    Transactions - vol. 1, 1618

    13s 4d to the exchequer and seeks an imposition on shipping which is similar to that for the lights at Dungeness and Winterton. 124. 8 July 1618. Court at Windsor . [ Sir ] Sidney Montagu [ master of requests

    East Indies, China and Japan, January 1620, 01 January 1620-31 January 1620

    Thos. Dale, in leaving his ship, and making the Clove Admiral. Mr. Lamplugh, the patentee for maintaining the lights of Dungeness, with whom an agreement was made by the Company in January 1618 to pay 20 nobles a year, making

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gwrthwynebus, a bu hyd dadycid Mercher -wythnos i'r diweddaf yn ymguro o gwmpas, a pryd y trowyd hi i angorfa Dungeness. Yr oedd yn d yr angorfa ar y pryd o 200 i 300 o lestri eraill, ac nid y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    na dau gant o : gyrff alln o'r adfeilion yr un diwrnod. Yn Iu nes atorn-yn y Sianel gyferbyn a Dungeness,, id ac yn agos i'r fan y suddwyd y Northbleet, d. rhedoid yr agerlong Alillbanke, pertlynol i Vr Sunderland, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    home with a full cargo, touch- ed in Ireland, and there landed sone of his goods, aid re- pairing to Dungeness there landed the remainder, tint is, in other words,-'' there smugggled them! -Mis vessel wi as seized in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I remember the first time I saw one-it was on a dismal drizzly evening on the wild sea beach near Dungeness; with no living thing in sight, but our- selves. ' A dirty night, this,' said I-' Humph,' said he. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from tle Tower stairs soon after 9 o'clock on Sunday morn- ins. The two vessels met at sea, nearly off Dungeness point, about 8 o'clock on Sunday night. The Britannia was keep. ing her course, and she saw the Plzenix Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SCOTT, Sir Thomas (c.1535-94), of Scot's Hall, Smeeth, Kent.

    Barrey, lieutenant of the castle, as he did also the construction of a new sea wall between Romney, Lydd and Dungeness, and he was a commissioner for draining and improving Romney Marsh. At one time or another he was asked

    OWEN, Sir Edward William Campbell Rich (1771-1849), of Deal, Kent

    who was credited by Lord St. Vincent with uncommon "intelligence and firmness", emerged as the most active officer of the Dungeness squadron.[footnote] Commanding the Immortalit�, he conducted a series of harassing operations off the French coast: he inflicted heavy losses

    PAGET, Hon. Sir Charles (1778-1839), of Fair Oak, Rogate, Suss.

    House and silent pro-government votes.[footnote] Paget was required on the Royal George, which he brought successfully through severe gales off Dungeness in September 1820, and had little time for parliamentary concerns that session.[footnote] He voted in defence of the Liverpool

    COKE, Thomas William I (1754-1842), of Holkham, Norf.

    general liberty’.[footnote] Out of Parliament, he remained a controversial figure, accused by Hume of profiteering as the lessee of the Dungeness lighthouse, by Tory agriculturists of promoting a scheme too dependent on a plentiful supply of cheap labour and by

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Dungeness Light House., 1823

    Dungeness Light House. [lighthouse] View of Dungeness lighthouse in stormy weather, seen from the beach behind the building; figures standing near a moored boat in middle ground at right, boat and ships at sea beyond; birds flying above the water;

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 17/03/1755

    says, advance, and one month's more, encouragement given to all English. From Helvoet-sluys , in four days, they sailed to Dungeness , when Burk and eight more cut the boat off, with tea, & c. and landed at Folkstone .

 

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