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  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, March 1673, 01 March 1673-31 March 1673

    are fallen down part of the way to Sheerness, the winds taking them short, but if we have wi nds and weather to-morrow both they and others will fall down to Sheerness. I desire you to remember that quarter day Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, June 1673, 01 June 1673-30 June 1673

    have the St. Lawrence pink made a fireship. The Surveyor and I to-day ordered the officers of the yard at Sheerness to take a survey of her and speedily send it up to the office with an estimate of the Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, April 1673, 01 April 1673-30 April 1673

    men per force. But I have ordered the master attendant at Sheerness since then to give me a particular account of what boats every ship carried down to Sheerness and of those that be fit for the sea and those Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, May 1673, 01 May 1673-31 May 1673

    contracting for what necessary provisions are fit for Sheerness, I am very willing to use my endeavours, but am confident broom bavins and reed may be had on better terms nearer Sheerness. According to your orders I shall entertain what Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, January 1673, 01 January 1673-31 January 1673

    which I shall consult the Surveyor on his return from Sheerness, but moneys will be wanted here for procuring them. Edward Boswell, commander of the Little Lion fireship at Sheerness, informs me she is so rotten that she cannot p Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    REED, un o arolygwyr 0 adeiladau y ilynges, wedi bod yn siarad yn gy- is hoeddus ar y mater yn Sheerness yr wythnos Li ddiweddaf, ac yn gosod y mater allan yn deg. s Dywedai fod y gorchmynion a gafwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    India ya llwyddianus, ac y mae yn awt mewn diogelwth yn ei chyflwr blaenorol, yn Stangate Point, yE agos i Sheerness. Dywedir fod poblooaeth Mexico yn Ileihau yn raddol ond yn sicr. Mae y marwolaetbau mewn blwyddyn yn fwy na'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wneyd aefyllfa cyn ei hanfon alln aciwrtb gwrsd pb poth y n foddhaol., Pa.fodd byag, dang- ;osoddyn ei tbaith: o Sheerness .1 Puth, io mo plmouthi- i Cork, ei bed p ninog i ym gynal dan y liwyth a osodasid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    II9 - i3ni IOlDviltbi athau ob GENEDIGAETHAU. Davies-Ar y 23ain cynfisol, priod Mr. Davies,'Albion House, Ceinewydd, ar ferch. 'Jones.-Ar y. 26ain cynfisol, priod Mr. Robert Jones, 8. Alton St., Queen's Road, Manchester, ar ferch. Williams.-Ar y 25ain cyntisol, yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -a yin- h ddaigosant yn y GOLEUAD. Bydded i ohebwyr g-alluog a eich newyddiadur ymudd'wyn yn dyner tuag -atom -Gymry Sheerness, am gadw. emin lygaid. yel agored. i Nid aes and dan. o hanam. allan a bymntheng mil o drigolion, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KING, Thomas (?bef.1660-1725), of St. Margaret's, Westminster and Sheerness, Kent.

    St. Margaret's, Westminster and Sheerness, Kent. Constituency Dates Queenborough 31 Oct. 1696 1708 Queenborough 1710 1722 Ofifces Held Ensign 3 Ft. 1678, 2nd lt. 1687; capt. 13 Ft. 1688; dep. gov. Tower of London 1688-9; capt. and lt.-col. 2 Ft.

    KING, Thomas (aft.1647-1725), of St. Margaret’s, Westminster

    a high-point of Whig success at the polls, he was supplanted by the new governor of Sheerness, Henry Withers*.[footnote]King retained his post at Sheerness, however, and, in the more propitious circumstances of 1710, reclaimed his parliamentary seat. The compiler of

    CRAWFORD, Robert (c.1657-1706), of Duke Street, Westminster

    Constituency Dates Queenborough 1689 1705 Ofifces Held Lt. of ft. Admiralty regt. 1673, capt.-lt. 1684, capt. 1686–9; storekeeper, Sheerness 1683–d.; lt. gov. Sheerness 1684–Dec. 1690, gov. Dec. 1690–d.; brevet col. 1694. Ofifces Held Jurat, Queenborough June 1688–?d.; freeman, Portsmouth 1699.

    ROBINSON, Nicholas (d.1753), of Thicket, Yorks.

    was captain of a sloop to prevent smuggling, at £500 p.a.[footnote] On 16 June 1743 he was court martialled at Sheerness and fined 12 months’ pay for defrauding the Government of £138. 18s. by false accounts.[footnote] He died 1 Feb.

    WREY, Sir Chichester, 3rd Bt. (c.1628-68), of Trebeigh, St. Ive, Cornw.

    of horse, regt. of Lord Hawley (Francis Hawley) July-Nov. 1660, lt.-col. of ft. Admiralty Regt. 1664, col. 1665-d.; gov. of Sheerness 1667-d. Ofifces Held Gent. of the privy chamber by June 1660-d.; farmer, wine licences [I] Aug. 1660-d. Ofifces Held

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 May 1821, 24 May 1821

    Croston Parishes Bill, Bp. Chester sig¬ nifies his Consent. Ships of the Line building, &c. & Expence of Works in Sheerness Dock Yard, Accounts respecting, Ordered. Names are thereunto subscribed, praying for a Revision of the Penal Code : It Subscribers-only content

    1 June 1821, 1 June 1821

    without any Amendment. Ipswich Paving, &c. Bill. to Ships of the Line build¬ ing, &c. & Expence of Works at Sheerness Dock Yard, Accounts respecting, delivered. Farnham Royal In- elosure Bill. A Message was brought from the House of Commons, Subscribers-only content

    27 June 1821, 27 June 1821

    against Morgan & Walker, in Error. I» Navy Lands Bill. Sheerness Lands Bill. during the present Session of Parliament;" and there- " Come}', in the County of Wilts, and other Roads in the « County of Southampton ,¦" to which Subscribers-only content

    28 June 1821, 28 June 1821

    Committee upon the said Bill To-morrow. Navy Lands Bill.' Hodie 2n vice lecta vesting all Estates Revenue Inquiry. (Ireland) Bill. Sheerness Lands Bill. est Billa, intituled, " An Act for and Property occupied by or for the Naval Service of Subscribers-only content

    29 June 1821, 29 June 1821

    Aurorae, Dominis sic decernentibus. Die Lume, 2° Julii 1821. DOMINI tam Spirituales quam Temporales praesentes fuerunt: p Epus Epus. Landaven, Sheerness Lands Bill. Rescue Law Amendment Bill. London Wharfs Bill: The House (according to Order) was adjourned during Pleasure, and Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Warrant delivered up 7 September 1795. Meeting Places Marquis of Granby, Sheerness, Kent 1778 Masons' Arms, Sheerness, Kent 1792

    no name is given

    have ceased to exist. Notes (2): Appears in Cal. 1800 and in Ahiman Rezon 1804., as "Navy Coffee House, Sheerness," and in Ahiman Rezon 1807, as " Navy Hotel, Sheerness." Meeting Places Navy Club House, The Garrison, Sheerness, Kent 1765

    Adam's Lodge

    and Lion, High Street, Sheerness, Kent 1797 In Barracks, High Street, Blue Town, Sheerness, Kent 1799 Masons' Arms, Sheerness, Kent 1800 Marquis of Granby's Head, The Garrison, Sheerness, Kent 1801 White Horse, High Street, Blue Town, Sheerness, Kent 1802 Marquis

    De Shurland Lodge

    Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1089 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Fountain Hotel, West Street, Blue Town, Sheerness, Kent 1866

    Nore Command Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall , St. George’s Road , Sheerness, Kent , England 1986

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 5th October 1840

    tell him again. Ld M. showed me a letter from Ld Minto about the intention of firing the ships at Sheerness & they seem to think it was done by a man belonging to the ship, in order to obtain

    Sunday 4th October 1840

    of the bombardment & taking of Beyraut, by our ships, & also that a workman had been taken up at Sheerness , who, it is thought is the culprit. After dinner, when sitting in the Drawingroom, Ld M. said he

    Monday 16th October 1854

    the Greys, & Ly Caroline Barrington, to dinner. - Victor Hohenlohe arrived late in the evening having come back to Sheerness in the "Cumberland". - Dear Mama a very poorly with rheumatic pains & a very feverish cold. - Further

    Saturday 3rd October 1840

    Talked of all having gone off well at yesterday's sad ceremony; - of an attempt to fire some ships at Sheerness , &c. - At ¼ p. 4, Albert drove me out in the pony phaeton, Ly Lyttelton following in

    Thursday 4th January 1844

    us from Scotland ; died last week of Paralysis, after only a few days illness. He was in command at Sheerness , & had been a very distinguished officer. - Albert drove me out in the afternoon, & I drove


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