Agnes

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[1877] The Agnes was a wooden carvel ketch built in 1877 at Williams River, Eagleton, near Newcastle, New South Wales. It was wrecked when it foundered off Jervis Bay, New South Wales, in 1883. ...
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[1875] The Agnes was a wooden carvel schooner built in 1875 at Brisbane Water. On 12 March 1890, whilst carrying ballast between Sydney and Tweed River, she lost her sails in a gale {convert|6|mi|km} north of Brunswick River heads. There were eight deaths. ...
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[1904] Agnes was a launch built in 1904 at North Sydney, that was wrecked on 27 January 1906 in a collision in Sydney Harbour, whilst carrying passengers between Snails Bay and Middle Harbour. ...
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[1849] The Agnes was a wooden brigantine built in 1849 at Point Brenley, Nova Scotia. She was first registered in Pictou, Nova Scotia. Later acquired by owners in Sydney, she was wrecked on the north side of the Wollongong breakwater in New South Wales on 10 March 1877, when the wind changed whilst carrying ballast between Sydney and Wollon...
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[cutter] Online Database`s Australian National Shipwreck Database Australian Shipping - Arrivals and Departures 1788-1968 including shipwrecks Encyclopedia of Australian Shipwrecks - New South Wales Shipwrecks Other Online sources Historic Australian Newspapers, 1803 to 1954 Books ...
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[1853] The Agnes was a wooden carvel cutter built in 1853 in Sydney Harbour. It was lost at Newcastle Bight, New South Wales, on 13 July 1860, when it was blown ashore in a gale whilst travelling between Newcastle and Sydney. The ship master was Henry Hardy. ...
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Agnes is a Lat In girl name. The meaning of the name is `Pure, Lamb` Where is it used? The name Agnes is mainly used In English, German, Dutch and In Scandinavian.How do they say it elsewhere? Agneta ( In Swedish) Inés ( In Spanish) Inez ( In Spanish) Neza ( In Slovene) Agnessa ( In Russian) Inês ( In Portuguese) Agnieszka ( In Polish) Agnese (...
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Agnes

Agnes is a cultivated variety of potato.
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[photography gallery] Created by Jason R Remy (Jayron32) ...
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[gallery] Agnes was a Birmingham, Alabama photography gallery from 1993 to 2001. Shawn Boley, Jon Coffelt and Jan Hughes opened the gallery with the mission of attempting to raise awareness of social issues — such as cancer, AIDS, death and dying, the environment, homelessness, ethics, racism, classism, imprisonment — through photojourn...
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Agnes can mean: ==People== ==Music== ==Places== ==Other== ...
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[comic strip] Agnes is an American syndicated comic strip written and drawn by Tony Cochran. It was first syndicated in 1999. It is currently syndicated by Creators Syndicate. ==Overview== Agnes chronicles the adventures of an elementary school-aged girl living in an Ohio trailer park called `The People`s Court` with her kind yet weary gran...
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[name] Agnes is a female given name, which derives from the Greek name Ἁγνὴ hagnē, meaning `pure` or `holy`. The name passed to Italian as Agnese, to Portuguese as Inês, and to Spanish, as Inés. It was the name of a popular Christian saint, Saint Agnes of Rome, a fact which encouraged the wide use of the name. Agnes was the third m...
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[card game] Agnes is a solitaire card game which is a variant of the very popular game Klondike. It is similar to the latter except on how the stock is dealt. ==Rules== Dealing the first 28 cards onto the tableau is a lot like in Klondike. Then a card is placed in the first of the four foundations. This card will be the first card of that f...
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