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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Racton Racton Parish Church

    view-point. The west is wooded where the woods of Emsworth Common extend into this parish from Hampshire . The River Ems and the road from Stoughton to Westbourne cross the eastern end of the parish from north-east to south-west, passing

    Warblington Warblington Church

    and Emmesworth, xiv cent.), situated at the head of the harbour to the east of Warblington , where the River Ems flows into the sea, is a small town of some importance, and has lately become a popular yachting station.


    the south of the parish. The more easterly of these, where Stoughton village itself stands, is made by the River Ems . A secondary road from Westbourne runs through this valley, turning at right angles about 11/2 miles above Stoughton

  • * British History Online *

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    Venice, August 1665, 05 August 1665-28 August 1665

    safely, more than forty millions in wealth. A privateer has arrived at Texel bringing two English prizes. In the River Ems four others have arrived with eight prizes and in Norway there is one which has made four prizes, all

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the distance from the lower part of the lake at Belleek Bridge to Ballyshannon is only four miles, the River Ems having, therefore, a fall of nearly fifty feet per mile. Hlo(w mluch of the engine-power of Lancashire would not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    far by this time that both Houses agzeeAl to the construction of a canal connecting Dajr- mund with the River Ems. The execution of this project was entrusted to a canal commission estab- lished at Munster, which began the ctual Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Canal, isfri.piUoialsla±lsties as follows: ? 1st. The number of ?els pasalag between different porte on the Zurderace and the River Ems, and ? which, In 1047, were 6,0c?1 averaging 20.teae..100,000 2ndly. 025,000 measursa of firewood, and timber for building, ooriveyed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; Juno, Breckwoldt, from Puerto Cabtllo.- 09 fin sailed for Antwerp, Anna Louise, Kister, from Jeremie.- Si Graban, for River Ems ; Azoff, Gardner, for Glasgow; and all bell, for London. Wednesday. - Arrived, Fortescue, Layton, from Pono Hw; Cassady, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; 2s 3d *e<vca86l& or c. al porta ; 2<* 3d east coast of Norway ; 2s 9 d River Ems or Weser. The Tts«( Friday).- ICs paid Barcelona, hron and coal. 15s 6d all coals ; 10s 3d Barcelona, Subscribers-only content

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