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  • Wright's Biscuits Limited began in 1791 as L Wright & Son making hardtack ships biscuits for the ships on the nearby River Tyne.

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  • Wright's Biscuits Limited began in 1791 as L Wright & Son making hardtack ships biscuits for the ships on the nearby River Tyne.

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  • In Newcastle, England, a corpse is fished out of the River Tyne.

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  • They were marshalled into different poses using a loud speaker, at five locations on both sides of the River Tyne.

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  • The first of my Tall Ships photos from the River Tyne are now up at Flickr including the picture below.

    Newcastle Tall Ships Race 2005

  • The Scots were content to serve under Sergeant Armstrong, for, if he distrusted them, he hated anyone from south of the River Tyne.

    Sharpe's Trafalgar

  • KENNEDY: The River Tyne, which flows out into the North Sea.

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  • Bothwell had seemed in high enough spirits at his sister's wedding since then, proud to be able to provide a festivity that included his Borderers 'bounty for a feast eighteen hundred wild does and roes, rabbits, partridges, plovers, moor fowl wild geese, wild duck and drake, and even hedgehog and afterwards, celebratory sport down in the bracken-grown meadow by the River Tyne.

    Mary Queen Of Scotland And The Isles

  • Bothwell had seemed in high enough spirits at his sister's wedding since then, proud to be able to provide a festivity that included his Borderers 'bounty for a feast eighteen hundred wild does and roes, rabbits, partridges, plovers, moor fowl wild geese, wild duck and drake, and even hedgehog and afterwards, celebratory sport down in the bracken-grown meadow by the River Tyne.

    Mary Queen Of Scotland And The Isles

  • His apostolic zeal resulted in the foundation of St. Mary's at the mouth of the River Tyne; Gilling, a monastery on the sight where King Oswin had been murdered, founded by Queen

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

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