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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wounded, and eight slightly wounded. This was up to yesterday. Our loss up to to-day is ninety-six. The Redan fort, Flagstaff fort, and Round Tower works are firing very warmly just now. We can scarcely get up ammunition to our Subscribers-only content

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    Telemaque, with advices from Constantinople of the 15th, has arrived. Letters from the Crimea of the 12th state, that the Flagstaff' Battery had been mined by the French, who only waited a favourable opportunity to blow it up. Sickness was Subscribers-only content

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    from the English, and which is to batter the tower of Malakoff), whence I had a full view, between the Flagstaff fort and the city, of the fine promenade on which the theatre stands. With my long glass I perfectly Subscribers-only content

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    obliged to keep large guards in the trenches, for their ad. vanced work being within only eighty yards of the Flagstaff battery, the Rtossians are perpetually entering. Added to which they are day and night exposed to a continual storm Subscribers-only content

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    enemy completely by surprise. They replied, indeed, pretty briskly at once to the French fire on our left, and the Flagstaff Battery and works were manned immediately. The Garden Battery and Redan Battery came into play soon after we opened Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    V. The Achilles, Letters - 1758

    hoist a Dutch Ensign on the Flagstaff at the Foretopmast head, if the Ship I would have tack is ahead of me; and if astern, I will hoist the same Flag on the Flagstaff at the Mizentopmast head, and fire

    IV. The Norwich, Letters

    hoist a Dutch Flag on the Flagstaff at the Foretopmast head if the ship I would have tack is ahead of me, and if astern I will hoist the same Flag on the Flagstaff at the Mizentopmast head and fire

    V. The Achilles, Letters - 1761

    the Midshipman that is on shore, he is immediately to repair to the Tent, hoist a blue Flag upon the Flagstaff there, and order all the People at the Tent and the Watering Place to be ready to come on

    V. The Achilles, Letters - 1759

    the Signals for speaking with the Captains of such Ships, and hoist a Flag checquered red and blue on the Flagstaff at the Mizentopmast head. 2 If any Ship in chace should discover the Chace to be a Dogger, Galliot,

    America and West Indies, October 1731, 1-5, 01 October 1731-31 October 1731

    Court held at St. Johns, 21st Sept., 1731. Samuel Angel is confirmed in the possession of a stage on the Flagstaff room in Petty Harbour, it being determined not to be on ship's room, as alleged by Richard Newman and

 

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