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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the purpose of this inquiry. lie computes the area from the Blockhouse Points up to Cosheton Pill, above Pembroke Ferry, to be 8,810 acres at high water, and 6,8S5 at low water. In proof of the resort to it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    b the Rev. George F, Kelly, Lieut. Androe Stewart. 84t Rogt., to Sarah, youngest daughter of James Husse3 Esq., Pembroke Ferry. In the Presbyterian Church of Ballydown, by the Roe John Ruthlerford, Re ert Mucky, Esq., Belfast, to Mir, Margaret Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    enable the South Wales laliway Company to construct new railways to Milford Haven, and at Xoaport, and to purchase Pembroke Ferry; and also to abandon 9crhoes of the lines from Foshgard, and at Haverfordweet, ead for tIter purposes," which billie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    South I Wales'Rdiliway, is noiv being made by Mr. Mocatta, the t engineer eihloyed by Mr. Brunel. The portion"'from tbh 3 Pembroke Ferry to the Carr Roeks has been completed, r and now thesurvey is being carried onto Newton Oys. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the assistance of steam or Ir steamers. The pool there (as it is calteu.) bounded by Ney- land, BaTnlake, Pembroke Ferry, and Hobb's Point, is of n immense depth, giving accommodation to vessels of the , largest dimensioes, even at Subscribers-only content

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