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The S.S. Peritia

Date: February 1904

Volume: 19

Issue: 211

TENBY, PEMBROKESHIRE. — On the night of the 25th March signals of distress were seen to the eastward from the Coastguard station. On it being reported the Life-boat William and Mary Devey was launched and proceeded to the vessel, which...

The S.S. Nebarn

Date: August 1906

Volume: 19

Issue: 221

GORLESTON, SUFFOLK ; CAISTEB, WIXTERTON-, PALLING, AND CBOMEE, NORFOLK.—In the early hours of 29th January, the s.s. Newbarn of Newcastle, which is a big steamer of more than 3,000 tons, ran aground on the southern end of the Hasboro'...

The S.S. Fulgens & The S.S. Sherwood

Date: February 1916

Volume: 23

Issue: 259

Shortly aiter 9 A.M.

on the 1 st August, a steamer was observed about one and a half miles N.N.E. of Palling in a sinking condition, and the crew of the No. 1 Life-boat, 54iA West Norfolk Rec/iment were promptly sum- moned,...

Francois Tixier

Date: October 1948

Volume: 32

Issue: 347

Cromer, Norfolk.—At 10.40 in the morning of the 8th of July, 1948, the coastguard reported that the motor vessel Francois Tixier, of Dunkirk, bound from Goole for Rouen with a cargo of coal, was flying distress signals four miles north by...

The S.S. Warren Grove

Date: December 1948

Volume: 32

Issue: 348

Arbroath, Broughty Ferry, and Montrose, Angus.—At 12.50 in the afternoon of the 10th of November, 1948, the Arbroath coastguard telephoned the Arbroath life-boat station that the S.S. El Ciervo, of London, had reported that she had picked...

The S.S. Warren Grove (1)

Date: December 1948

Volume: 32

Issue: 348

Arbroath, Broughty Ferry, and Montrose, Angus.—At 12.50 in the afternoon of the 10th of November, 1948, the Arbroath coastguard telephoned the Arbroath life-boat station that the S.S. El Ciervo, of London, had reported that she had picked...

The Gale

Date: October 1863

Volume: 05

Issue: 50

" The wind bloweth where it listeth, and thou hearest the sound thereof, but canst not tell whence it cometh, and whither it goeth." WE are not about to write a sermon, although we have commenced with a text; but the sentiment...

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The S.S. Nebarn (4)

Date: August 1906

Volume: 19

Issue: 221

GORLESTON, SUFFOLK ; CAISTEB, WIXTERTON-, PALLING, AND CBOMEE, NORFOLK.—In the early hours of 29th January, the s.s. Newbarn of Newcastle, which is a big steamer of more than 3,000 tons, ran aground on the southern end of the Hasboro'...

Tsiropinas

Date: November 1914

Volume: 22

Issue: 254

— At 6.15 P.M. on the 30th April the Life-boat Charles and Susanna Stephens was launched to the assistance of a large steamer ashore on the Goodwin Sands. On arrival at the stranded vessel five Life-boatmen were placed on board the stranded...

The S.S. Saintfield, of Belfast

Date: 1946

Volume: War Years

Issue: 1946

MAY 1ST. - FLAMBOROUGH, AND BRIDLINGTON, YORKSHIRE. In the early morning the S.S. Saintfield, of Belfast, bound from the Tyne to Poole, with coal, ran ashore in foggy weather about two miles north of Flamborough. The call for a life-boat was...