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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FASHIONS FOR JUNE. ; hoos the London aens Paris Ladies' ilugai-be o'f Fashlio;,) ] Buttons arc very fashionable thlis season in enamel, garnet, marcassite and torquoiso, &c.; but the trimmings of dresses vary according to the Material; those in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or about the 20th July._ At this point the fishing; in place of 200, barely netted 30 crans per boat. Sarclet; Falligo, Clyth, Lybster, Lether- inwheel, and Duinbeath, did still worse, -the averages being little more than from seven to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and, lifting a good sized Firth fishing boat, twisting it round upon the keel a distance of several feet. At Sarclet and along tbe coast it astonished tbe natives by overturning peatstacks and carrying along witb it for many yards Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    unless a fresh shoal be found to the eastward. The fish got this week have been to the south, and Sarclet station as well as Clyth. Lybster, &c, have been well fished these two days. Reports by steamer and others Subscribers-only content

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    fainter, till they died away, and not a trace of a living being belonging to that boat (No. 273, of Sarclet) was to be seen or heard. The names of the sufferers by this sad calamity are- John Miller, left Subscribers-only content

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