Maritime

Showing results 1921 to 1930 of 1968
Vessel "Three Brothers" hit by Lightning 1739.
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Vessel "Three Brothers" hit by Lightning 1739.

Extract from Salisbury Journal of 8th May 1739 concerning a lightning strike to the "Three Brothers" of Poole, John Phippard, master.
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Vessels beginning with A

Transcription of Shipping Index Cards - Poole History Centre
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Vessels beginning with B

Transcription of the Shipping Index Cards - Poole History Centre
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Victoria Terrace
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Victoria Terrace

Museum Ref No: D_Baiter_Street_0019
Victoria Terrace (off Baiter Street). Flat-bottomed boat in foreground. Photographer Barbara Bristowe.
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View from Evening Hill, 1957
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View from Evening Hill, 1957

Museum Ref No: Bristowe2_107.
A view from Evening Hill looking towards the Sandbanks Peninsula and Brownsea Island. From the Ernest Bristowe collection.
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Violent Storm, 1753
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Violent Storm, 1753

Extract from Salisbury Journal 22nd January 1753 describing a violent storm which had fatal consequences. The "Young Green" of Poole was lost off the Isle of Wight, the master, Pearce and two men saved, but six men lost.
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Wadham, Captain Wadham, 1740

Transcription of extract from the Salisbury Journal 11th March 1740 reads: "The ship which Capt. Wadham found at sea, without any person on board, and put his mate and 5 hands into it is safely arrived at Pool. The ship and cargo will amount to several thousand pounds."
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War with France, 1756
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War with France, 1756

Extract from the Salisbury Journal for 31 May 1756. War declared on France. Shipping movements curtailed. "Fox", privateer, preparing to sail.
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Wayfarer dinghy racing
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Wayfarer dinghy racing

Museum Ref No: Batting/Box 15/Poole Yachting Week 1952, 1/No. 3
Wayfarer W19 and 2 others at Poole Yachting Week 1952. (Batting photograph)
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Willey, Appointment of Collector, 1741

Transcription of extract from Salisbury Journal 22nd September 1741 reads: "Mr Richard Willey, a Supervisor is made by the Commissioners of the Excise a Collector in the room of Mr Ibottsen."
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