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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Corrigenda to previously published volumes

    '85700676' page 156, line 7 from end, after 'Ch. M.' add ' E. A. Fitch , Maldon and the River Blackwater ( 1893 ), 3, 41' page 161, line 1, for 'mahalah' read 'Mehalah ' page 208 c , line

    Parishes Plaitford

    and 1,323 acres of land, of which 382 acres are arable, 2471/4 permanent grass and 1361/2 woodland. 1 The River Blackwater flows through Plaitford from west to east, and the parish is generally low-lying, reaching nowhere a greater height than

    Parishes Sandhurst

    altitude of over 400 ft. is reached, the land falls to a level of about 200 ft. near the River Blackwater in the south-west. In the heather country the land is uneven, rising into numerous small hills. From Sandhurst village

    Parishes Melchet Park

    the greater part of which is included within the inclosure of Melchet Park. Park Water, a tributary of the River Blackwater , forms the western boundary between Melchet Park and Landford . The greater part of the parish stands at

    Townships Witton

    the east and is divided from it for some distance by the River Blackwater , a tributary of the River Darwen , over which the township extended and included the district now called Griffin . To the south the boundary

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RICHMOND, Thomas (?-1711), of Maldon and Langford, Essex

    maritime commerce. He lived at Langford, a parish a mile and a half north-west of the town on the River Blackwater, and in July 1704, when he is referred to as ‘captain’, bought a piece of borough land which had

    JONES, John (1777-1842), of Ystrad Lodge, Carm.

    against the drawback duties on printed calicoes, which were disliked in Carmarthen, and urged that the bridge across the River Blackwater be completed, 28 Mar.[footnote] A Carmarthen borough meeting, 22 Feb., amended the reform petition proposed by Cawdor"s agent, the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    torpedoes. No news has been received from.Vicksburg. The Confederate General Longstreet, with four divisions of troops, was on the River Blackwater. It is conjectured that" tbis is merely a strategic show intended to mask the evacuation of Richmond. The distress Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    about LIX'. Tie London Anglers' Association having obtainied per- mission to net Hemibridge Basin at the entrance to ths River Blackwater, near Maldon, the operation was or. Wednesday carried out, when over two tons of react, perch, pike, breast, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lough Neagh hereinaftei described; that is to say:-Tho portion of the said Navigation which extends from Blackwater-Town, by the' River Blackwater, to Lough Neagh, including'tiat'parv of the said Lough situate in the said Counties of'Armagh, Tyrone, and Down, according to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by the Upper Bain n arid Newry Canal, to Monagharr. Clones, and the shores of Eoughs Erne, by tre River Blackwater, and the Ulster Canal, and to tire Shannon at Lei. trim, by the recently completed Junction Naviga- tion. These Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STEAMI-PACKET COMPANY. This was an injunction in order to restrain the re- spondents from divertine the vater of the River Blackwater from the mills of the petitioner.' It ap- pears that the Ulster Canal Company made a reser- voir near Subscribers-only content

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