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You searched for: Place: "Lamlash Bay" "Lamlash Bay"

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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GENERAL NEWS. (PFAin ANSOCUTiZIO xffGNm BJ E T11OXTON TRAGEDY,. Te surgeons at Bartholomew Hospitl do not adticepat; . fatal results In either case.:' 3lUott declines to answer any questions, None of his friends have made enquiries. THE REVENUE. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISOELANEOUS. According to special returns just issued, the prtfte o 'earoings of criminal. lprisoners last year in England and Wales wer& £46,617,.. -Messrs. 1olroyde and Smith, of Halifax, have received a comnimsncation frog the War Office announoing the aejtanee Subscribers-only content

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    TBIE NAVAL M.&NCURES. Ocr Portland correspondent telegraphs that the Lords of the Adrniralty, who arrived there at four o'clock on Satur- day afternoon, entertained the admirals of the two divi- sioes at dinner on board the Enchantress on Sunday Subscribers-only content

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    BIRMINGRAM_ POLICE COURT. Yz£s'PrAr.-Before IMessrs. Cclmore (Stipendiary), Stone, Lacy, Hil?, Lord, Bartlret, and ratnton. TwE WAY DsamoaRns ARE MADo.-James Marshall, 7F, Dale End, was summoned for being drunk on the licensed premises of Joseph piston, of the Horse and Subscribers-only content

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    TEh1 NAVAL M.ANUTRES. The Press Association correspondent telegrapbs from .' L~anash :-The B (Red) Squadron reached Lamlash Bay I' on Saturday afternoon. Tbe twelve vessels here are the l Anson, Thunder, npert, Immortalitfi, Tribune. phienie, Mersey Iris, Bellona, BarrTacout Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    The Bay of Lamlash, 1776

    The Bay of Lamlash [boat/ship] Three horsemen and two men with dog in the foreground, with road and cottages on r; ships in the bay, with Holy Island and low hills in the background; touched proof. c.1776Etching, touched with

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