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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Sunday 29th January 1854

    but the Grahams remained, & he sat next to me at dinner. He had received Despatches from the Admiral, from Sinope . Capt. Drummond , on board the "Retribution" had been into Sevastopol to carry Despatches His entrance was very

    Thursday 15th December 1853

    any rate we must wait to know the state of the case, - What had led to this action at Sinope , - whether the Russians attacked the Turks in the Port or whether they met them out at sea,

    Tuesday 20th December 1853

    that the Turks had been attacked in going to Batoum , & had been followed by the Russian Fleet into Sinope ; - that, at 1rst Adm: Dundas had thought of going to intercept the Russians on their return to

    Saturday 24th December 1853

    & with the present temper of the public which was greatly excited about the Oriental Question, & the disaster at Sinope . Even Sir W m Molesworth shared this opinion. Ld Palmerston, in his letters, puts all on a misapprehensions

    Wednesday 21st December 1853

    Turkish coast. Indeed it would appear from one of Ld Stratford 's last private letters, that after the affair of Sinope , Adm: Dundas proposed to enter the Black Sea , & endeavour to intercept the Russian Squadron. Thus, although

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Henry. 7. The history and tyranny of the Turkes.

    K. Henry. 7. The history and tyranny of the Turkes. This is with teares rather then with wordes to be expressed.petually with alians, barbarous and blasphemous Turkes and so to become of the number of them, whiche are called

    K. Henry. 7. The historye and tyrannye of the Turkes.

    K. Henry. 7. The historye and tyrannye of the Turkes.begyn with Asia, describing what tractes, countreyes, cities and Churches the Turke hath surprised & violently plucked away from the societie of Christian dominiōs, takyng onely such as bee most

    K. Hen. 7. The history of the Turkes. Certaine countries gotten by the Turkes.

    K. Hen. 7. The history of the Turkes. Certaine countries gotten by the Turkes.rightly vnderstand, & earnestly consider, and pōder in our mindes, neither would we so excessiuely forgette our selues in time of our prosperity geuen vs of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on a sudden from their rare dream of patronage and place -bnt as they are condemnned ' to remain at Sinope,' to toil on in the bleak and barren fields of Opposition-as no event could induce tIte country to endure Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Egypt and Syria are to be blockaded by a British fleet, and that a Russian army will land at Sinope, and march by the defiles of Adana to attack Ibrahim Pacha." The same paper asserts that an active correspondence Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    trouble to conquer it. Whether in consequence of this threat or not, an insurrection has broken out at Tokat, near Sinope; the papha was murdered, and the mob sho*ed its fanaticism by murdering. a Frank physician and some other victims. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    where they will be forced to enlist as privates in the Russian army.- An 82-gun Turkish ship, just launched at Sinope, has received the name of the Oltenitza, in commemoration of the brilliant vic- tory o btained by the Ottoman Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not have been the fleet of Turley, but that of France and England,. that was conquered at Sinope. That the victory at Sinope will be decisive of the war, or even of the naval superiority between the contending powers, we Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Gloucester Education

    Glouc. Official Guide ( 1952 ), 191. In 1985 new sch. bldgs. were under construction nearby, at the end of Sinope St. Glouc. Jnl . 6 Feb. 1937 . G.B.R., B 4/25/29 , p. 62. Inf. from head teacher. G.B.R.,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COURTENAY, John (1738-1816).

    dress, manners, and general deportment, all which bespoke that inattention to external appearances or forms characteristic of the philosopher of Sinope. But under this neglected exterior lay concealed a classic mind, an understanding highly cultivated and a vast variety of

 

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