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Memorable events from old newspaper articles

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41 Seaham Harbour shipyard closed for 6 months (1884) 503
42 Proposed shipyard at Seaham by JY Short of Sunderland (1899) 478
43 First ever iron ship built at Seaham launched by Messrs Morrice & Co shipbuilder (1884) 536
44 Wreck of Countess Vane Tugboat built at Seaham (1901) 523
45 Schooner ready for launch at William Henzell shipyard (1841) 487
46 Petition to ban sale of alcohol on sabbath in Seaham (1848) 559
47 Letter from two naval officers about Seaham Harbour (1848) 542
48 The Ark Club of Seaham Harbour (1873) 536
49 Seaham built collier brig "William Penn" wrecked (1872) 518
50 Sale of lime and earth from the North Basin (1844) 460
51 Smallpox epidemic at Seaham (1871) 599
52 The Seaham Chemical Works Reading Institute and SCW Athletics Club hold their annual events (1871) 496
53 Strike by 60 sailors at Seaham Harbour (1871) 476
54 Adverse winds for last four or five weeks prevents ships leaving Seaham Harbour (1871) 509
55 Bazaar at New Seaham School to liquidate debt of £60 on Christ Church and fund improvements (1871) 594
56 Treat for 1700 schoolchildren at Seaham (1870) 492
57 Lloyds Quarterly Shipbuilding Return (1870) 562
58 Report on the success of the Bazaar to liquidate the debt on building of St Johns Church (1841) 558
59 Survey of the condition of Seaham sailing ships (1869) 552
60 Speech by Earl Vane about The Seaham Artillery Volunteers (1869) 543
 
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