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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The city of Chester Chester : the city boundaries and neighbouring township

    the head of a broad estuary extending some 20 miles to the open sea at Hilbre Island and Point of Ayr . The combination of factor s made the site both the lowest point at which the river could be

    The city of Chester Introduction

    the head of a broad estuary extending some 20 miles to the open sea at Hilbre Island and Point of Ayr . The combination of factors made the site both the lowest point at which the river could be bridged

    Economic infrastructure and institutions Water transport

    Ness ), Neston , Gayton , Heswall , ' Redbank ' (later Dawpool ) in Thurstaston , and Point of Ayr (in Llanasa , Flints .). 7 In the 14th and 15th centuries ' Redbank ' was much the most

    Index A-J

    Aston , Sir Thomas , Bt. Aukett Associates Austin , George Automobile Association Ayr , Point of: see Point of Ayr Ayrton , Maxwell Bache Bache brook Bache Pool Bache Way Back Brook Street Bag Lane see also George Street

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    duke of York Plas Newton Plas Newton Hall Plas Newton Lane Plessington , John Plymouth ( Devon ) Point of Ayr ( Flints .) Pole , Ranulph Pontefract (Yorks.) Ponthieu ( France ) Poole , Richard Portpool Portpool Way see

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a figure.head, painted ports, and a round-house. The crews of the life- boats stationed at H-oylake and the Point of Ayr, undaunted by the adverse gale and dangeroius sea wlichl they would be compelled to confront and encounter, bravely attempted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    strugglin g seauran d, g as a furious enemy ? The noble gallant fellows who manned re ithe Point of Ayr life-boat, and perished in their brave en- St terprise, are beyond tre reach of human reward, and can lte Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Semaphore among the ships, eight or nine miles off; she is now supposed to have run into the Point of Ayr or Prestatyn, as she could not possibly fetch Rhyl with a strong flood tide and heavy sea. S p.m.-The Subscribers-only content

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    a schooner in distress off the banks at the mouth of the river. As early as possible the Point of Ayr and H ,oylks 'life- boats put to sea, and the Liverpool lifeboat left about ten o'clock, accompanied by two Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of her lajesty's steamer Donegal, both vecsels suffering damage. The schooner Ann, of Liverpool, is ashore on the Point of Ayr. The Henrietta, from Cape Haytien, for Liverpool, has been ashore at Mutton Island, county Clare. The Johannes, from BIeesina, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    The Light-house on Point of Air, Flintshire., 1815

    The Light-house on Point of Air, Flintshire. [lighthouse] Three figures approaching steps to the entrance of a lighthouse on the coast, and a forth kneeling next to logs at right; two boats in foreground; sea in background, islands in

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