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Fishguard

/ ˈfɪʃˌɡɑːd /

noun

  1. a port and resort in SW Wales, in Pembrokeshire: ferry connections to Cork and Rosslare. Pop: 3193 (2001)


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The rumour went round the ship that the captain would not call at Fishguard in such weather.

And the authorities of the ship were assuredly inclined to hand Isabel Joy over to the police at Fishguard.

These were a part of the troops who in 1797 landed at Fishguard to invade England through Wales.

After destroying some merchantmen in the Bristol channel, they anchored in Fishguard bay.

So there'll be no time for her to be arrested and bailed out either at Liverpool or Fishguard.

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