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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Londet~Lindsay o the Dyeing PropeltieO of lchtna -. James Napier on the Trap Dylcoo btween the-Rays of Blodleh and Lamlash; in Arran. 9. Dr Daubeny on the Inioence of Vegetable Orgaiems in the Productiop ofEpidenc Dlseco-lO. Sir W. Jordone's Subscribers-only content

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    in ships. And as it is the last, it is also the loveliest of all the Clyde watering-places. Land at Lamlash, and stroll (or stumble, if you have not your highland legs on) over the hills to Brodick Bay. Youl Subscribers-only content

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    Queenstown and Berehaven are regarded as harhours of refuge for ships of the attacking ] squadron, and Milford Haven and Lamlash as harbours of refuge for Admiral Tryon's defending squadron. E DovsE, Saturday, 11 p.m.-Four of the six torpedo 4 Subscribers-only content

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    headquarters of the defend- ing force, the other principal stations of which are at Plymouth, Hull, the Downs, Leith, and Lamlash. Admiral BiRD is free, of course, to choose his own time, place, and method of attack, as surprise is Subscribers-only content

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    are regarded as harbours of refuge for the vessels of Admiral Baird's squadron, and in like manner ltilford Haven and Lamlash are regarded as harbours of refuge for Admiral Tryon s A, or defending squadron. The whole of the signal Subscribers-only content

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