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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    quarter of a mile west of the Start Lighthouse, a mile and a half south of the preventive station at Hallsands, and twelve miles from Kings- bridge, the nearest town. The vessel proved to be the Nova Scotia and New Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Hallsands. It was very difficult toSi anywhere near her, as the sea was dashing near tbe shore with tremendous force, the spray being blown far inland, and the wind blowing- with hurricane force. Six fishermen, belonging to Hallsands, however, Subscribers-only content

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    tons register, belonging to Mr. Samuel Cop- -0 pack, of Chester, went on sho're*juit opposite the s fishing village of Hallsands. The greatest excite- •• ment existed amongst tbe inhabitants of these fishing villages at the stranding of these two Subscribers-only content

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    .. 5.43 „ MAEITIME NOTES. The Ripling Wave, of Padstow, from Middles- brough for Newport, passed down the channel at Hallsands on the 27th. The Maria, from Hartlepool, arrived at FUey on the 26th. The Britannia, of Whitby, was in Subscribers-only content

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    forcibly obstruct- ing the holdiug of a isarket twioe a week on Carlisle Sands. William Steer, a fisherman, living at Hallsands, uear Kiugsbridge, was out iv a sailing boat iv Start Bay, accompanied by his uephew, a mau named Stone, Subscribers-only content

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