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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts, 1646

    to the Provincial of Cathnes. The Generall Assembly, considering that the Presbyterie of Kirkwall, in Orkney, and the Presbyterie of Scalloway, in Zetland, have never met in any Provincial Assembly, wherethrough great abuses and disorders are there committed: Therefore, the

    General Index, S, 01 August 1666-31 March 1667

    to Lady Sayers or Sayer , Jno. petition of statement of the case of Sayes Court , letter dated from Scalloway , the (ship) Scanderoon ships to or from Scarborough bailiffs of Castle letters dated from prisoners in garrison governor Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, August 1674, 01 August 1674-31 August 1674

    his services), the galliott hoy called the "Forlorne Son," of Hewsdon, taken from the Dutch in the late war near Scalloway, in the island of Shetland. Ibid , p. 80. Same of same, dated 1674, Aug., of a grant to

    Venice, September 1588, 01 September 1588-30 September 1588

    hundred leagues of road. They say we are to go straight to Corunna, and the troops are to be lodged in Galicia. The Gulf of Scalloway (Vacallaos), 20th August 1588; in 60 degrees of high latitude. [ Spanish . ]


    days. This information is supplemented by (No. 746), a letter written by some one on board the Armada, dated from Scalloway (Vacallaos) Bay, and by an account of the sufferings of the Spanish on the Irish coast. On the subject

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gymydogaeth Scalloway yn myned Pr mor boreu heddyw, daethant ar draws nifer o forfilod,-y.rhaiyr.amcanasant eu gyru i'r Ian. Ymunwyd a hwy yn fuan gan amryw gychod o'r Ynysoedd Gorllewinol, ac ymhen ychydig amser Uwyddasant i'w gyru i ochr ddwyreiniol Scalloway, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gazette. CAPTURE or THREE HUNDRED WHALES.-Our Lerwick correspondent, writing on the 11th, says: "As some fishermen in the neighbourhood of Scalloway were going to the sea this morning, they fell in with some whales, which they endeavoured to drive to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    engage in the whale fithiog. Holey isdivided into town sLd country; 14, 000 wll represent the kniters of Lerwick and Scalloway, but not the whole of the knitters. ,In the towsn merchants give out worsted to be worked at cetain Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    week a ship 800 tons burthen was cast ashore at Oxna, one of the little islands to the left of Scalloway. The vessel was seen by a posting steamer floating bottom upwards, and part of her stern was gone. She Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Foetla.e Ass OrLney correspondent telegraphs :-The storm tr-t passed over Shetiland was a perfect hurricane. t the Lerwick and Scalloway beats arrivec safe, hut tw5~n52 six others ere missing. A telegram from North Yell eal; that two Nnaf boats Subscribers-only content

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