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The ship-wreck. A dramatick piece. By William Hyland, farmer in Sussex

William Hyland

The ship-wreck. A dramatick piece. By William Hyland, farmer in Sussex

by William Hyland

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Published by printed for the author: and sold by J. Millan in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 8836, no. 03.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[8],53,[3]p.
Number of Pages53
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18365499M

Stephens of Fowey: A Portrait of a Cornish Merchant Fleet C. H. Ward-Jackson Trustees of the National Maritime Museum, - Fowey (Cornwall) - pages.   including practical observations in various parts abroad and in most parts of England, as London, Manchester, Sheffield, Nottingham, Portsmouth, Plymouth, Liverpool, &c.: also, his experience in divine things, a serious address to Christians, a Word to backsliders, &c., the whole designed to Pages:

- Rick Astley quotes from "My dad loved Scotland, so we would pile into his caravan and head for the Highlands, to Fort William and Loch Ness. It was such an adventure - my siblings and I were allowed to roam and explore the local beaches. Lieutenant 7th Battalion The Royal Sussex Regiment 12th Division Killed in action near Bouzincourt 23 June Aged 28 “A” Company Killed by machine gun fire while superintending a working party. Son of Mr & Mrs Charles Boys of 41, Upperton Gardens, Eastbourne, Farmer.

  C. Rosenbery, After William John Huggins (British, ) The Samuel Enderby of tons William Lisle commander, leaving Cowes roads for London, September and The Wellington, Capt. James Liddell, off Dover, August 12th. a handcolored engraving 16½ x 21½ in. ( x cm.) (plate) together with a photographic reproduction . - Johann Lamont quotes from "My uncle was skipper on the old Claymore sailing out from Oban to the Inner Hebrides. My father worked for MacBraynes all his life, on freight boats and then on ferries crossing to Skye, Barra, Uist, the small isles and Iona.".


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