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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and maize will, it is stted, be considred by the Government to-mor- 7row. Nzw Yorm, May 3. - The steaner Tynehead eailed yesterday for Riga, laden with provisions. 'which are being sent to Rus~ia as a gift from the people Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be fitted with triple expansion engines, by Messrs. Blair and Co. Limited, of 900 indicated h.p., and two large steel boilers working at 1601b. As she left the ways she was christened "Tynehead," by Mrsm Bobt. C. Tate, of ?ewcastle-ori-Tyne. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    districts, and the noors in the high lands of Krkcoambeck and Walton; from the Alstou moors, com- prising Rodderup, Cashburn, Tynehead, Teesheads Ousby, AMelmerby, (ilasenby. Gamblesby, GLiderdale and Whit- low, Ayle, Blagill, Welihope, Neuthead, and Aahgill; and from the itoors Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drifted in large quantities over the Middleton Moor near the source of the Gala, and stretching from Fala Hill to Tynehead, at a distance of about sixteen miles from Edinburgh. In this district, which is at all times bleak and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COULRSING. CORRIE TEINANTS' (LOQKLERBIEI M1EETING. Julet. Mr. Ful'ell. 6lipper, T. iootinaun. The variable weather -o generally associated with the Corrie fixtures has become no surprise to old frequenters, and it need only be stated that the spectators at nhe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was raging at Goree and Senegal A slight shock of an earthquake was felt on -he 81st ulm, n at Tynehead, seven nules above Alston, which caused the n dishes upon the shelves of the houses Tn that neighbour. hood Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    large quantities over the Middleton Mno or, near te the acurce of the Galat, and stretching from Fain- Hill to Tynehead, at a distance of abeut sixteen miles al from Edinburgh. In this district., which is at all times bleak Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    southwards. For the accommodation of local traffic, special trains were 1 ruan from Edinburgh to Gorebridge and back; and between Tynehead and the stations clear to the south, special trains were also run to suit the local traffic. Daring the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    block up la roads ad railways in all directions. IManv will re e collect how the stoppage of trains at Tynehead gr caused not a few unfortunate travellerra to spend fa' Nevw lYear's Day in Lrallway carriages or in seep. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    beat Blaze. Fit to Fight beat Good Bob. Joek-'o-Knowe beat Siward (1). Summer Island beat New Cross. Never Mind beat Tynehead. Maniac beat Haden Corser. Mild Indian beat Mute. Green Daisy beatlB6ilymcore. Bessie Laudells beat Hermetic. Gaylike beat Flit. Not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    francs SOcnt. 2 West Italy parts; Chiok-laide,steamer- 13.600 NletS prompt, Sea% of Mat-mora, 9a 9d. U nI:~ or Continent ; Tynehead, steamner, Mepteffitl October, Bilboa to' Philadelphia,In;eprt steanmer, prompt, Elba to Philiepta. Virginia, steamer, Bona, Philadelha tttd Pa 6d; Cambay, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o 'st were conipletely destroyed by fire. of EAtRTHQUrAiE.-.Sunday morning a shock of an earth. lie quake was tielt at Tynehead anid Its neighbourhood, which s, shook the houses, rattling. thle china, glass, &c., on the m Shelves.- On Mlonday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the bouses, rattling the china, glass. See. on the shelves. On Monday a rent was seen in the eartli at Tynehead Pell, which extended for upwards of hair a mile, and which was caused by the ahove phenomenon. Until. Police. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2Jth. Wilton left the Tvne f'.r fUoekhota. -Sin. Rokeby lett Stockholm c -• h. Chester arrived at If mea 'oth. Tynehead arrive.) at Miraiuacl.i 26th. Sydenham left i.iiiraltar 28th. Ap;ioniattox arrived at London 24th. Chickahonuny arrived at Newport News _____ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Carlisle City arrived at Boston -th. Coventry arrived at West HarUepool 12th. Daman laft London 4th. Tynedale left Stettin 9th. Tynehead left Cette 4th. Sy-en-ani arrived at Pamboro (N.& ) 27 th. Appomattox left Newport News-- h. Chickahominy arrived at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    West Hartlepool iJta. I Cynlhiana left New \ ork. I Feliciana arrived al New York. Tynedale arrived Ph.ladetphia ZZnf lilt. Tynehead arrived at Philadelphia x~o tUt. Sydenham arrive 1 it Brunswick 231h •:!:. Appomattox duo London Uth. Chickahomuiy arrived at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at West Har Uepool 16th. Cynth iana left Antwerp lilt h. Feliciana passed Scillv 13th. Tynetlale left New York 7th. Tynehead arrived Philadelphia 11th. Sydenham arrived at Algiers 9th. Appomattox left Newport News 10th. Chickalioniiny left London Bth. Greenbriar arrived Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    left Lule-* 27th KiSCbT^ tor Loiiduo Feliciiaa arrived at Manchester 23th. Syoenliaui left Buenos Ayrea 22nd. TyaeiLvle left Algiers 18th. Tynehead left Tagaiu-ajr 14 th. Appomattox !eft London 17th. Chitkj hominy arrived at Newport N'ewa. GreenbrUr left London 15.,h. Kanawha Subscribers-only content

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    Ghent, Munningham left Lulea 27th. Columbian arrived at London 25th. Sydenluini arrived at Antwerp 31at. Tyueaale arrived at Brem?u lst. Tynehead passed Pera 19th. Appomattox left Dartmouth 2Sth, Botonian left Loudon 31st. Garlisle City arrived at Buenos Ayres 19th. Durh.\m Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Feliciana arrived at Manchester 23th. Cynt-hi-aa left Kiver Plate 15th. Sydenham arrived at Penarth 9th. Tynedale arrived at Bremen lst. Tynehead arrived at London Bth. Appomattox arrived at New York 9th. Chickaho- liny aiTived at London llth. Greenbrier left Newport Subscribers-only content

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