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  • * British History Online * *

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    VIII. The Albion, Introductory note

    on November 3rd, to take in her guns; and on her arrival at the Nore was ordered to Spithead. She lay at Spithead from December 1770 till May 1771 when, the crisis having been passed, she was ordered to Plymouth

    VII. The Venus, Introductory note

    resumed command. During the intervening period the Venus had remained at Spithead. On May 12th she went into Portsmouth harbour for refit and on May 24th returned to Spithead in readiness for sea. On June 15th H.R.H. The Duke of

    House of Commons Journal Volume 11, 27 November 1693, 27 November 1693-27 November 1693

    the Victualling of the Fleet, at its failing from Spithead the 30th of May 1693. And then withdrew. And the State of the Victualling of the Fleet, at its failing from Spithead the 30th May 1693, was read. Miscarriage of

    III. The Crown, Introductory note

    The Crown was delayed till the Wallington was ten weeks overdue, when Cotes gave Barrington sailing orders for Spithead. The Crown reached Spithead on July 10th, 1754. Barrington was ordered to Woolwich, to turn over his ship's company to the

    Charles II, April 1670, 01 April 1670-30 April 1670

    a coach and harness for Christopher Nevile. [ S.P. Supplementary 135, No . 34. ] April 11. The Kent , Spithead. Capt Roger Strickland to the Navy Commissioners. The watermen appointed by the Hall being not all come, I thought Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "Lord Warden," ac eraill o'r lestri oeddynt gyda'r ' Captain " yn ystod eolliant y ddiweddaf, gyda'r Llyngesydd Thine, i Spithead, dydd Gwener. Mae Ilofruddiaethau yn parhau i gael eu cyflawni yn China. Yr oedd rhaglaw Tanking a llywodraeth- wr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o wleddoedd gan Dywysog d 9 Cymaru a Chorfforiaeth Llundain hyd yr 20fed. Y Ar y 23ain, caiff olygfa yn Spithead, na all un dd 12,13 wlad arall dan haul roddi ei chyffelyb, mewn _ 13 arolygiad Ilyngesol, lie y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    llong davy den hlaawr 264 1875,.&gwneir ymchviliad yn awr.irtzbhoa . .. Cvrhaeddodd y liong Pandera, perthynol i'r Ymiyrch Gogleddol, i Spithead nos Iaa 4diwedd=tf : Y macey rhiftyam Tacliweddtor Contemporary Rev"ie, yr hin-a gjdlwy~ai bamPhled, Mr. Gladstone ' Rwsla .a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eu cario ymaith i eithaflioan gan falchder cenedlaethol yn yr olwg ar y llynges. Diameu t mai yr arddangosiad yn Spithead oedd y gwychaf a welwyd erioed. Yno yr oedd 173 a longau rhyfel a wahanol fathau a gwneuthuriad and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    took place on Tuesday morn- ing at Spithead. A man belonging to the Salcette frigate, -was sentenced to be flogged thiough the fleet for thieving. The boats from all. the men'af war, as is customary upon those occasions, were assembled; Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 24th July 1833

    Percy , Lady Conroy , Jane , Victoire, Lehzen, Lord Durham , and Sir John . We sailed up to Spithead , and there went in the Admiral's barge on board the Vestal, a frigate of 26 guns. We received

    Wednesday 24th July 1833

    Percy , Lady Conroy , Jane , Victoire, Lehzen, Lord Durham , & Sir John . We sailed up to Spithead , & there went in the Admiral's barge, on board the Vestal a frigate of 26 guns. We received

    Saturday 8th August 1846

    down to the back, Ld Alfred P. & Capt: Gordon being with us, & watched the "Fairy" coming out of Spithead . When she came close by, we saw that she was making for Cowes, so Albert & the Equerries

    Tuesday 11th May 1847

    was quite a pity to leave Osborne. We went round a fine Swedish Man of War, which was lying at Spithead & had her yards manned. It was so warm & there was hardly a breath of air on the

    Saturday 24th July 1847

    child, whom we both are particularly fond of. We had a very pleasant crossing & admired our fine Flat at Spithead . Reached dear peaceful Osborne in time for Luncheon & found all the children happy to welcome us back.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The Minster and its precincts THE MINSTER AND ITS PRECINCTS

    made in 1785 and in its buildings in 1799 was to be seen a 'panorama' representing the British fleet at Spithead . 51 In 1782 the Ingram property comprised some twenty parcels leased to almost as many tenants; what appears

    Parishes Fawley

    the commanding position of Calshot at the entrance to Southampton Water , the view both up that harbour and down Spithead is a particularly fine one. In sharp contrast to the rest of the parish is the detached portion which

    Parishes St Helens

    comprised the properties of St. Clare and Woodlands Vale . There is a battery at Puckpool in connexion with the Spithead defence. WESTBROOK WESTBROOK appears by name in the 13th century, and was held at the time of the Testa

    The liberty of Alverstoke with Gosport

    including GOSPORT , is bounded on the east by the waters of Portsmouth Harbour , and on the south by Spithead . In the south-east of the district, between the inlets called Forton Lake and Haslar Lake , stands the

    Parishes Buriton

    open to your view the Isle of Portsea , Porchester , Wimmering, Fareham , Gosport , Portsmouth , the harbour, Spithead , the Isle of Wight , and the ocean.' 3 The village of Buriton itself, surrounded by woods and

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    23 November 1691, 23 November 1691

    writ by him to a Gentleman of the Houfe of Commons; (videlicet,) ««SIR, " Yefterday Sir Ralph Delavall came to Spithead with his Squadron very much fluttered: He had no Orders to go for Ireland, nor heard a Word of Subscribers-only content

    19 December 1692, 19 December 1692

    u 26. " The Troops failed, with the Wind Eafterly ; and Mr. Rufell came with the Fleet towards " Spithead. " As to the Fourth Point, that 'twas too late to make any confiderabie Attempt: " The Defigns of Subscribers-only content

    7 February 1694, 7 February 1695

    and what Stay that Fleet made following * " in The Downes? " What Force Sir George Rooke had at Spithead, *' and at what Time \ " What Time Mr. Rufell received his Firft In- " ftruftions from the Subscribers-only content

    9 February 1694, 9 February 1695

    at Spiihead, and at what Time & " 2. Ofi the 18th of April Sir George Rooke failed " for Spithead, and arrived there the 21th j and had " with him, " April 22th, 5 8 20 2 10 Subscribers-only content

    13 February 1694, 13 February 1695

    " Spit head? " 2. What Force the Lord Berkeley had at The " Nore, and the Lord Danby at Spithead, when " they gave their Orders of the Eleventh of " April laft I" Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual Subscribers-only content

 

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