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A Steam-Launch

Date: November 1881

Volume: 11

Issue: 122

SIDMOUTH.—On the morning of the 23rd May H.M.S. Lively, with the DUKE and DUCHESS of EDINBURGH and suite on board, arrived off Sidmouth, and came into the bay, in order that his Royal Highness might land and inspect the Coastguard Station....

Services of the Life-Boats of the National Life-Boat Institution (continued.)

Date: November 1881

Volume: 11

Issue: 122

BALLYWALTER, Co. DOWN.— On the evening of the 4th April, 1881, informa- tion was brought from the Coastguard Station that the Bell Buoy, a vessel which is placed about two miles off the shore to warn vessels off the Stullmartin Reef, had...

Category: Services

Coronation Supplement. The Royal Family and the Life-Boat Service

Date: Winter 1953

Volume: 33

Issue: 364

WHEN the Life-boat Service was founded, at a meeting in the City of London, in 1824, King George IV became its Patron, and five of the royal dukes its vice-patrons—York, Clarence, Sussex, Cambridge and Gloucester.

So the...

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