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You searched for: Place: "River Orwell"

Found 395 matches across 3 resources.

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    View on the Orwell, 1830

    the Orwell [boat/ship] Sailing ships on banks of the river Orwell, Suffolk; three men working outside boathouse at left, with windmill seen in distance at right; after Constable (Reynolds 10.35); progress proof before letters, after roof to left lightened. c.1830Mezzotint

    View on the Orwell, 1830

    ships on banks of the river Orwell, Suffolk; three men working outside boathouse at left, with windmill seen in distance at right; after Constable (Reynolds 10.35); progress proof, with framing lines added, before roof to left lightened. c.1830Mezzotint on chine

    View on the Orwell; New Series of Engravings, illustrative of English Landscape, 1838

    English Landscape [boat/ship] Sailing ships on banks of the river Orwell, Suffolk; three men working outside boathouse at left, with windmill seen in distance at right; after Constable (Reynolds 10.35); progress proof, after highest bird enlarged with black wingtips made

    View on the Orwell, 1830

    ships on banks of the river Orwell, Suffolk; three men working outside boathouse at left, with windmill seen in distance at right; after Constable (Reynolds 10.35); progress proof, fourth bird above windmill clearly visible, before highest bird enlarged with black

    View on the Orwell, 1830

    ships on banks of the river Orwell, Suffolk; three men working outside boathouse at left, with windmill seen in distance at right; after Constable (Reynolds 10.35); progress proof, fourth bird above windmill faintly suggested, windmill moved to 5mm from margin.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of association to establish breeding beds elsewhere, it is intended in the first instance to develope those of the River Orwell. It appears that a lease has been granted. The annual meeting of the proprietors of the National Provincial Bank Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    personal matters to a No'ewich mar. daily paper called Dazylight, was en Eundy meorning lere found drowned in the River Orwell, neoar Stoke Bridge. Lblse 1At the 'West- Riding Court, Pontefract, on Saturdlay, I 59 Frank collett, sCh~oolaslter, South Xlrlby, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    follow. " About a fortnight ago the 'IpSwich' life-boat was taken down to Ipswich to he launched into the River Orwell. The day was observed as a general holiday, and some thirty thousand persons turned out to witness the boat, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the new works now in progress at Languard Fort, which . faces Harwich at the moutlr of the River Orwell. and soma others are required; but no orders of an extensive clasrac ter are anticipated in the Royal Gun Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H~e is suing on fvourably. Fa'rAa Bo^Tasriets Aocnisc.-Yeste~rday afternoon a small sailing boaith f p se, proceeding down the River Orwell from Ipswi h was ahouttoenter the Felixstowe Dock when it suddelFy capsixL The occupants ware soon seen struggling in Subscribers-only content

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