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    off Southwold on Tuesday morning she fell in with the crew (nine seamen) of the Ondine, of Whitby, wrecked on Sizewell Bank, and conveyed them and their boat to Harwich. Among the many disasters that occurred, a ship called the Subscribers-only content

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    loss sustained by his bereaved family. At about two o'clock on Tuesday morning the brig Pallas, of Shields, foundered on Sizewell Bank, during a heavy gale. The master and four men put off in a boat, but it was capsized Subscribers-only content

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    crew of the Schooner }'ort G/agow. of Whriby, from Warkworth to Boulogne, which struck upon tire Sizewell Bank. Two other vessels also sank on Sizewell Bank, and a small vessel was seen bottom up to the north- At midnight on Subscribers-only content

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    four men. As soon as the lifeboat brought them aihore, a messenger came to say that another vessel was on Sizewell Bank. Again the lifeboat proceeded on her mission; but, just as she was coming up to the wreck, her Subscribers-only content

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    useful in exter. minating the rabbits of Austrai, if one mav generalise from a little incident that has occurred at Sizewell. A number of little Highland bullockswere recently received into Miss Ogilvie's park there, and so dean and short have Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of places

    , xxxii, 179. Castle Tavern , Fish St., 230. Ceswell , 232. "Chiswell Green, parish of Abbots Langley, Herts, or Sizewell, parish of Leiston, Suffolk?" W. H. S. Chantry Lands , 387. Christchurch , Aldgate. See Prior of Christchurch, Glossarial

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Nautical magazine., 1880

    Buoy N.E. by E. f E. (Distant 1 mile nearly.) Sizewell Bank Buoy S.S.W. f W. (Distant 94; miles.) The SOUTH BARNARD BUOY has been moved 4 Cables S.W. £ W., and now lies in 5 Fathoms at Low Water Subscribers-only content

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