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  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, March 1665, 01 March 1665-31 March 1665

    Tubbe that the bearer John Plumb with nine more watermen helped to carry the George hired ship to the Long Reach. [ Ibid. No . 319. ] [March 6 ? ] Lists of boatswain's stores to be delivered to the Subscribers-only content

    Journal, April 1749, Volume 57, 01 April 1749-30 April 1749

    on board the transports, now at Long Reach, and likewise acquainted them that the four following ships, viz.: Beaufort , Caning Frigate , London , Everley , were fallen down to Long Reach, ready to receive persons on board. Ordered

    Charles II, June 1667, 01 June 1667-30 June 1667

    with the Dutch Sheerness is lost. We have resolved the sinking of two small fireships in the middle of Long Reach to-morrow morning, the removing of which again I apprehend will be no great difficulty. We shall do whatever we Subscribers-only content

    Treasury Warrants, December 1702, 16-31, 16 December 1702-31 December 1702

    Commissione rs the Lord Treasurer has directed that the plate and prize goods on the Mary man-of-war, now at Long Reach (which were taken out of the galleons destroyed at Vigo) be unladen to-morrow. Out Letters ( General ) XVII

    Index, L, 01 December 1574-31 December 1676

    Jamaica, 1154. Longevity , see Duell, Dermott. Long Island , 371, 513, 796, 1215 I. -, (Antigua ), 861. Long Reach , 1064. Lord High Admirals , see Lincoln, Earl of (1556 1584); Howard of Effingham, Charles Lord (1585 1619);

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 10 Towns seated on the THAMES.

    is a Place called Stone-Ness , which is at the Entrance into that Part of the River called the Long Reach . 5. DARTFORD CREEK: So called from the Town of Dartford , not far distant. This Town is very

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chesterton Economic history

    1920s ; the Scotland nurseries, north-west of the village, were replaced after the 1920s by housing, as were the Long Reach nurseries, started by 1927 on 6 a. near the railway line, in the 1950s . 40 Meanwhile the county

    Fen Ditton Fen Ditton c. 1790 Fen Ditton Fieds Development c. 1900-51

    and 1723 , using windmills; by 1723 Whatloe fen had also been drained and inclosed, subsequently forming Ditton and Long Reach meadows. 23 In the early 19th century pump engines and a watercourse, which ran for 6,000 m. as far

    Parishes West Thurrock

    but had ceased by 1768 . 43 In 1797 there was a ferry from King's Stairs, Purfleet , to Long Reach ( Kent ). 44 From c . 1838 a steam ferry from London to Gravesend could be hailed by


    Westminster sch., headmaster, see Smith, Dr. Sam . (d. 1808) Whitefriars , see Powell of Whitefriars Long , Geo., Long Reach nurseries, Longstanton civil parish , and see Stanton , Long Longstowe , hund., Longwill , John, Lopham: Alice, see


    and see Beanford, Old; Canterbury ; Denton ; Deptford ; Dover ; Gravesend ; Greenhithe ; Greenwich ; Lesnes; Long Reach ; Northfleet ; Plumstead ; Rochester ; Selling; Woolwich Kentish (or Stifford), Rog., 28, 32-3; his w., 33 Kenwrick

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Correction for three months with hard labour. A fight for loot. took place on Tuesday in the Kentish Marshes, Long Reach, between two professional ruffians, named Jones sad Madden. The combat was severe, and great ponishment was inflicted on both Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    plan, section, and esti- mrate, for extending the main outfall sewer on the soushera side to a point in Long Reach below Erith, and so as to be discharged at and after high water oniv." Murdlch the con ict, now Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    certainly not the least informed nor the least sensible of the body. This gentleman says of an outfall in Long Reach: If they adopted this scheme the sewage would run out at balf-ebb tide, which under the most disadvantageous circumstances Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by the previous question, by an almost unanimous vote. Plan No. 3, for a discharge of the sew:age in Long Reach, was rejected by about twenity-five votes against two. Plan No. 4, for a discharge in Sea Reach, was rej Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was, however, the tide turned and set with the ship before that hour, when the vessel was at the Long Reach off Pfureet. An immediate ha w ore ne- csspoy aher ina frtudropeinhrewg no t wa sinl tsero on cessary, Subscribers-only content

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