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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    squalls, accompanied by the most vivid lightning and loud peals of thunder. The boat had proceeded to the entrance of Hamoaze when she encountered one of these squalls, and was capsized, plunging the whole party into the tempestuous sea; no Subscribers-only content

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    of a strict inquiry.-Later accounts from Plymouth bring a statement of some pieces of wood having been found floating in Hamoaze like a trenails," but bored ,through lengthways and filled with something resembling 'mud, of an inflammable nature when dry. Subscribers-only content

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    seeing that on its right was the breakwater, that it was bounded by Mount Edgcombe, and on the left by Hamoaze, with ships resting on their shadows? which ships never do rest upon, Mr Husband may be assured, no matter Subscribers-only content

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    for striking his superior officer, has not yet been received. Barnes remains a prisoner on board the San Josef; in Hamoaze, and every reasonable indulgence is granted to him, in deference to the strong opinion expressed by the Court, which Subscribers-only content

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    officers and crew of her Majesty's ship Daedalus, has been forwarded to the Admiralty by Captain M'Quhte:-"Her Majesty's ship Dsedalus, Hamoaze, Oct. 11.-Sir-In reply to your letter of this day's date, re- quiring information as to the truth of,a statement Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 June 1811, 11 June 1811

    Act for the better Se- " curity of His Majefty's Naval Arfenals in the River *' Medway, and Portfmouth and Hamoaze Harbours, " and of His Majefty's Ships and Veffels lying at and " referring to the.iame;" to which they Subscribers-only content

    12 June 1811, 12 June 1811

    Arie» " the better Security of His Majefty's Naval Arfenals in nal» Bill.' " the River Medivaj, and Portfmouth and Hamoaze Har- " bours, and of His Majefty's Ships and Veflels lying at " and referring to the fame." Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    13 June 1811, 13 June 1811

    Act for the better Security of His Ma- " jefty's Naval Arfenals in the River Medway, and " Portfmoutb and Hamoaze Harbours, and of His Ma- « jefty's Ships and Veffels lying at and referring to the « fame." After Subscribers-only content

    14 June 1811, 14 June 1811

    intituled, " An Ad for the better Security of His Majefty's Naval Arfenals in the River Medway, and Port/mouth and Hamoaze Harbours, and of His Majefty's Ships and Veffels lying at and referring to the fame." The Queftion was put, Subscribers-only content

    15 June 1811, 15 June 1811

    An Aft for the better Security of His Majefty's " Naval Arfenals in the River Medway, and Port/mouth " and Hamoaze Harbours, and of His Majefty's Ships *' and Veffels lying at and referring to the fame." 9. " An Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RASHLEIGH, Philip (1729-1811), of Menabilly, Cornw.

    RASHLEIGH, Philip (1729-1811), of Menabilly, Cornw. Constituency Dates Fowey 21 Jan. 1765 1802 Biography Philip Rashleigh, on the death of his father, was approached with offers from Sir George Pigot, who was in search of a seat for his

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    The Hamoaze, Devonport., 1886

    The Hamoaze, Devonport. Seascape looking into a harbour, with two large sailing ships to right, another in profile beyond and several other vessels, with a tower in the distance to right, on top of the wooded hillside, buildings on the

    Picturesque Delineations in the Counties of Devon and Cornwall; Marine Studies in the Hamoaze, 1811

    Devon and Cornwall; Marine Studies in the Hamoaze Three views, clockwise from top: a boat at anchor with a female figurehead on the stren to left and a man standing at the edge to right; a boat moored with the

    Teignmouth / Hamoaze, 1811

    Teignmouth / Hamoaze [boat/ship] Two marine views; at top, 'Teignmouth', with ships at sea, three figures seen in a long boat in foreground at right, and a hill on the coast behind in the distance; below, 'Hamoaze', with large ship

    Hamoaze, from Mount Edgecumbe., 1825

    Hamoaze, from Mount Edgecumbe. [mammal] View from a hill, with herd of deer under trees in foreground at right and forest on the hillside at left; boats and ships on the estuary below; buildings on stretch of the shore

 

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