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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, E, 01 January 1697-08 March 1702

    a land carriage man; lix. 46. Eccleshale , an estate in Lancashire, called; lxix. 51. Eddowes , Mr.; xlvi. 6. Eddystone lighthouse , a drawing of, which the King had at Kensington; lxxviii. 6. Edenborough , New, the settlement called;

    Minute Book, October 1705, 01 October 1705-31 October 1705

    Master and Assistants of Trinity House. [My Lord will ] report : [that ] the service [ of building the Eddystone lighthouse ] being done in relation to navigation my Lord is of opinion she may deserve a pension on

    Warrant Book, October 1705, 16-31, 01 October 1705-31 October 1705

    the greater preservation of shipping expended about 5000 l . in building the late lighthouse upon the rock called the Eddystone near Plymouth which was to have been repaid him together with 50 l . a year for 50 years

    Index Of Subjects, T, 01 January 1706-31 December 1706

    Master, Wardens and Assistants), authority of, for erection of the Eddystone Lighthouse, 440 damage to piers and wharves in Dover Harbour, 555, 603 petition of widow of builder of Eddystone Lighthouse, 83, 165, 440. Tripeman , 432. Triumphs , tapestries

    Minute Book, June 1706, 01 June 1706-30 June 1706

    late Mr. Winstanley sets forth that her husband expended about 5000 l . in building the late lighthouse on the Eddystone and she is left without support. The petitioner is recommended by the Corporation of Trinity House and the Lord

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dangosodd Syr Watkin lawer o a garedigrwydd i'r dynion, a rhoddodd wledd ar. Ldaderehog iddynt. Go30dwyd rootradt i ail-adeiladv golendy Eddystone am y swin o 67,000p., ac y mae i fad yn barod ymhen tair blynedd. . Gohebydd yn y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dychweliad dynion is-raddol i'r Senedd 4aar hyn. gynygid yn eu lie d a - Diwy~ddodd gwrtbdarawiad barenuya~dligi gyferbyn a goleudy Eddystone, rhwng yr aer o long Chelydra,'"oedd gn rbwym o Japan tyda 1 llwyth o rice,.im Bremen, ar hlong 'Hoimatrand,' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    barn y Ilys ydoedd fod yr ager- long wedi suddo oherwydd f'r Mwrs anghywkr gael ei gymeryd wedi gadaej goleudy Eddystone. Paham y cymerodd hyn le. nis gwyddis, ac ni cheir gwybod oherwydd fod y rhai oedd yn gyfrifol wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to quarrel and to divide into -parties, be gave hia sentiment, as usual, by way O apologue. He mentioned the Eddystone light.honse, in the British Chan- nel, as being built one rock in the mid-channel, totally inaccessible In *inter- from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the character of Adaon Child, a veteran seaman of 90, left in charge (can such things be ?) of the Eddystone Lighthouse. Mr. Sillylynx is one who fancies that the whole world is leagued in a conspiracy against him. He Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Charlton Adam Charlton Adam and Charlton Mackrell , 1810

    bolection-moulded panelling, the upper panels being painted with real and imaginary landscapes. One portrays Glastonbury Tor and another the second Eddystone lighthouse. The inclusion of the latter, built in 1709 and destroyed in 1755 , suggests an approximate date for

    Index

    vicar of Northover , 199, 230 Ecclesiastical (Church) Commissioners, 4, 5, 7, 33, 47, 99, 160, 171-2, 205, 247, 258 Eddystone lighthouse , 86 Eden , F. C., glass-painter, 265 Edith , queen, 183 Edmund , king, 204, 255, 257

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 February 1704, 6 February 1705

    being taken by French Privateers. Mr. Ralph Mitchell, Engineer, said, he was sent, by- Order of Trinity'house, to view the Eddystone, and had. other Instructions, to make a View of Whitsand Bay, and the Place proposed by the Petitioner for Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 22 November 1831

    all the letters on His Majes¬ ty's service sent from Sierra Leone, in order to forward them by the ship Eddystone, bound to England, which vessel I have de¬ tained 24 hours expressly to take home these despatches. I perceive Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 22 November 1831

    on board the Diana frigate, and I am to proceed to Lisbon in the Brig, with my servant only. The Eddystone, Captain Harrison, sails in a day or two, and my passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Shields, and Master Robins, go Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 22 November 1831

    my office, but there has not been time allowed us to extend it, as this must go by the bark Eddystone, which I have laden with teak timber, saved from the Isabella, wrecked here last February, and I have delayed Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 22 November 1831

    letters from the vessels in the African station detained, and refused delivery up, to send to England by the ship Eddystone, on the 10th in¬ stant. The invalid seamen were claimed by me as belonging to His Britannic Majesty's service, Subscribers-only content

 

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