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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 February 1784, 6 February 1784

    5,367 This Article contains the Repairs on the old Works, Portsmouth Barracks, Governor's Houfe, and other Buildings, At Lump's Battery, Eastney Battery, Portsea Lines, Portsea Bridge, Hurfl Castle, Calshot Castle, Yarmouth Castle, Sandawn Castle, And Pay of Engineers, Overfeers, &;c. Subscribers-only content

    11 June 1784, 11 June 1784

    also the Works for inclosing the Dock, Fort Mmckton, Haslar, Gosport, Blockhouse Fort, South Sea Castle, Cumberland Fort, Lumps and Eastney Battery, Bifaea, Portsea Lines and Bridge Fort, Hurst, Calshot, Yarmouth, and Cowes Castles, and Sandham Fort. Under Plymouth, is Subscribers-only content

    11 June 1784, 11 June 1784

    This Article contains the Repairs on the old Works, Portsmouth Barracks, Governor's House, and other Buildings, at - Lump's Battery, Eastney Battery, Portsea Lines, Portsea Bridge, Hurst Castle, Calshot Castle, Yarmouth Castle, Sandown Castle, and Pay of Engineers, Overseers, 8gca. Subscribers-only content

    12 June 1792, 12 June 1792

    1 •racks, ary Ar f- C Px Repairs and Contingencies in inclosing the Dock Repairs of Lump's Battery Repairs of Eastney Battery re-building South Sea Castle re-building the Two Bridges a building a new Armoury in th the Purchase of Subscribers-only content

    10 March 1817, 10 March 1817

    several Owners and Occupiers of Petitions Estates, Traders, and others, in the Parishes, Tithings, against Hamlets, and Places, of Milton, Eastney, Fratton, King- ^°r ston, Portsea, and the Borough of Portsmouth; of several xilll Ship Owners, Ship Builders, Merchants, and Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    longest range. One is to be raised where Lump's Fort formerly stood, between Southsea Castle and Fort Cumberland; another where Eastney Fort formerly stood; and the third is to be pitched on Hayling Island, so situate as to command the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hard. P o r t s e a, Hilsea, 9. Weymouth. Tipner, Southsea 10. Winchester. Castle, Lumps and 11. Trowbridge. Eastney Forts, EASTERN. Commissariat Office, the Camp, Colchester. renders to be received until Noon on the 5th October. i. Colchester. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eventide the fair sex congregate in such numbers that locomotion is a work of difficulty. Cricket, lawn-tennis, garden parties at Eastney (the Marine barracks) or at Portsmouth, where are quartered three regiments, besides the Naval Contingent, complete the list of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and now of rBoscombe Spas Hotel, Boscombe, near Blouraemnouth, hotel .rmanager.l r RIoeAnD STroAAjcs, 9, Bambrldge View, Highland Road, g Eastney, parish of Portsea, contractor and builder. r FArsruaaR' BAYsJtr, 14, ,New Cannon Street, Manehester fustian manufacturer and merchant, trading Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    paid:- John B. Spence, Manchester, improvements In furnaces for calcining ores containing sulphur. Dated April 98 1871 John F. Crease, Eastney, Southampton, improved compositions for coatilg surfaces. Dated May 3, 1871. John Fordred, Blaeldleatlm, improved apparatus for refining paralhin. Dated Subscribers-only content

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