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  • * British History Online *

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    Cardiff Council Minutes, 1885-7

    the rating of Cardiff and Penarth. The Cardiff Corporation are the permanent Port Sanitary Authority, with jurisdiction extending to Lavernock Point. Property and Markets Committee desire the Town Clerk to inform the Board of Trade that they have no objection

    Selections from Archivists' Reports

    the Towey. The figures 100, in reference to the population, are perhaps a mistake for 10. The distance from Lavernock Point (low-water mark) to about the centre of Flat Holm Island, is 2 miles and 5 furlongs. The Flat Holm

    Schedule of place names, N - R

    and Lower. RADYR CHAIN. Cross-roads a little south of Radyr village. RANIE SPIT, Ranny Point. A bank just off Lavernock Point. RED FURLONG. Twenty-four acres of land in the lordship of Roath (1492.) RED HOUSES. ( Vide Tai-cochion.) REDCROFT. Seven

    Schedule of place names, S - Z

    A flight of steps leads down to the water. 8 WOLVES, The. A rock between the Flat Holm and Lavernock Point. WOMANBY. An ancient street leading from the bottom of Quay Street northward to Castle Street. The name is early

    Schedule of place names, A - F

    the Bristol Channel, lying between the coast of Glamorgan and the Steep Holm. It is 2 miles south-east from Lavernock Point, but is accounted a portion of the parish of Saint Mary, Cardiff, and of the lordship of Glamorgan. FLAT-HOLM

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on both sides of the Flat Holmes, and the focrt C race jSlc fort mounting heavy e rdnance at Lavernock Point, a prerrinie .1dable below Penar[hb Roads. Between these defences a veryrdple be cross fire could be mail stained. In Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    similar batteries on both sides of the Flat Holmnes, and the fourth defence a fort mounting heavy ordnance at Lavernock Point, a promontory just below Penarth Roads. Between tlese'defences a very formidc able crossfire could be maintained. In no case Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    day yesterday, with a ter- rite gale from the north-east. Seventeen vessels were driven on shore between Penarth and Lavernock Point. The sea. was so high that tug bosts would not go near, and it was feared that many vessels Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had a narrow escape. Yester- day morning the steamer Speedwell of Cardiff, while proceeding to Penarth Roads, collided off Lavernock Point with the steamer Charles Mitchell, of Cardiff. Both were considerably damaged. LoED RANDOLPH COURCHrLL: MORE Rmrouns- The London correspondent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Royal Commission was appointed to enquire into electric communication between lightships and the shore experiments were made between Lavernock Point, near Cardiff, and two islands some distance out at sea. N'ot omfly was signalling across ths intervening space readily Subscribers-only content

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