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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    marmor. Bn yn swyddog ytt y Llynges' yn hir, ac yr oedd yn ughymeriad St. Jean d'Acre, ac yn ngwarchae Sebastopol. Yr oedd yn un o Arglwyddi y Morlys o dan Iarll Derby a Mr. Disraeli yn 1866-68. Hen gadben Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    weithrediad ei gyn- llun newydd-wedi gwasanaethu trwy ei oes mewn cysylltiad a'r Ilynges. Cymerodd ran yn yr ymosod- iad ar Sebastopol yn 1854, ar fwrdd yr " Agamem- non," lle yr enillodd glod uchel. Wedi ei ddychwel- iad adref, ymroddodd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brydain a Ffrainc i'w amddiffyn; ond cafwyd fod gan Rwsia y fath amddiffynfa ar lan y mor sydd mewn dadl-yn Sebastopol, fel y castiadd i'r galluoedd unedig lawer iawn o amser, a chyfoeth, a bywydau i'w chymeryd. Ei chymeryd, pa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rwsia yn bur hir, pa fantais bynag a roddir iddi, yn adeiladu ilynges gyffelyb i'r hon a' suddodd ao flaen Sebastopol yn 1854. Yr aedd y pryd lhwnw wedi ei harfogi, A'r arfau goreu a ddyfeisiad dynol, a'i llywyddu gan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ia R. B.< WiFlliams,: ar gnyfribeglwyrs'Oibra Hillyh yrr i Mewai atebiad i 'geisi~adan o 'Sebastopo'a Fo'res Mireers, denderdynwydod i -eglws Sebastopol Lgael: yr: o~ll o ~fran y yfirndeb;5 itddol~y Llyw- .,!draeth am 1'&^7'1 tar aodai^'eitl-d~u'l.bi j*S - 'Y uol. & Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chichester cathedral The eastern arm

    1782; to Sarah Charlotte , wife of James Robert Matthews , 1838; to Major Hugh Fitzharding Drummond , killed at Sebastopol , 1855; to Bishop John Buckner , LL .D., 1824; to Lieut.- Col. Richard Buckner , C.B., 1837, and

    Spelthorne Hundred Littleton Wood of Littleton Beauchamp of Hacche Seymour

    served in the Boer campaign of 1842-3 , and commanded the Royal Artillery at Balaclava , Inkerman , and before Sebastopol , and the Horse Artillery in the Indian Mutiny. 50 The eighteen tattered colours of the Grenadier Guards, which

    Townships Adlington

    died at Bournemouth in November 1886 , and, his only son having fallen in the attack on the Redan at Sebastopol , Adlington Hall went to Mr. James Robert Browne Clayton Dawbeny , 21 now lord of the manor. No

    County government since 1835 1888- 1952 Local Government Areas, 1950

    the first chief constable, the second, Captain Robert Sterne , was a former naval officer (he had seen service off Sebastopol and was the first English officer to be wounded in the Crimean war), 23 and on his retirement in

    Index

    Scutt , Eliz., sea , see coast; coastwise trade; maritime trades seaside resorts , and see under names of places Sebastopol , Second World War , Secular , Alex. the, Sées abbey (Orne) , estates, Seller , fam., Selsey ,

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Sebastopol

    Place SebastopolSebastopol, Crimea, Russia Now known as: Sebastopol, Ukraine The port of Sebastopol was Russia's principal naval base on the Black Sea and during the Crimean War (1854-56) it was successfully besieged for 11 months by the British and

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ROSS, Charles (1799-1860), of 60 Portland Place, Mdx.

    last 15 years of his life as a civil servant.[footnote] His elder son Captain Charles Cornwallis Ross was killed at Sebastopol, aged 28, in 1855. (He was the fourth of the great-grandsons of Cornwallis to perish in the Crimea in

  • * British History Online *

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    Evidences, 1882, Mr. W. Gilbert

    the Boulevard Sebastopol. 1597. Do you call those workmen's houses? No; but I mean that in many of the top apartments of those houses the working classes live, and before one stone was placed to build the Boulevard Sebastopol that

    Appendix L, To Memorial CXXII

    Army from its first taking the field throughout the campaign of 1854 55, until the termination of the Siege of Sebastopol; was present at the affair of Bulganac, battles of Alma and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, sortie of 26th October,

 

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