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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    exclusive right of fishing iv that part of Oulton Broad, situate in the pariah of Outon, and iv the Oulton Dyke to its junction with the River Waveney, comprising 90 acres or thereabouts. The advertisement went ou to state that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be given, and so interesting a ceremony will no doubt attract a great number of visitors. The cut at Oulton Dyke, connecting the Lake with the Waveney, was commenced on Monday last. The applications from respectable individuals to purchase Shares Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inhabitants are already receiving a great benefit in the price of coals, and much more may be expected when Oulton Dyke is completed, and the steamer set to work which will be carried into effect directly. The Cor- poration are Subscribers-only content

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    and tranquil surface with the German Ocean on the back ground. After a Vignette repre- senting the entrance to Oulton Dyke, come, 6. a view of the Decoy-pipe for wild ducks * on Ranworth Broad ; and the work is Subscribers-only content

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    and often so dangerous to travellers for many miles round, might bo prevented by placing a sluice- gate in Oulton Dyke, so as to alloxv the surplus xvater to pass into the Lake. Tho Commissioners of the above Navigation having Subscribers-only content

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