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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Durston Durston 1838

    was near a significant watercourse, 99 presumably the Old Rhyne which may thus mark the original course of the River Tone . There were several farmsteads there in the mid 18th century. 1 Cogload Farm is a building of the

    Parishes Chipstable

    Down beds. 6 Its western boundary with Raddington is marked largely by the wide Old Way . 7 The River Tone marks the eastern boundary, its narrow, steep-si ded valley heavily wooded in the north, but widening sufficiently further south

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Athelney

    Athelney is on the north side of Stanmoor, and on the north bank of the River Tone , being about 4 miles south-west of Bridgwater . It consists of two low hills divided by a shallow depression, containing 24 acres

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the port, so far as at present known, amounts n !Bto 30. . rel Le The banks of the River Tone having burst, a large ex- a1 pnseeof country in Somer~seshire, is flooded. The Greatsr d ~Vcsterm line is under Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    North Cisrry and other moors -near Bridge. water, whieh had been deeply sabmerged by the overflow- ing of the River Tone and the lower lands of North Meoor, -and it is greatly feared that the consequence of this within a'day Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    frequent rains. e. EExTRAoanDxxsr TRAGcEsDYNrARTAocTroN.-On Sunday e sveniig two yers (Thomas Baker and Richard Soadding) were drowened in the River Tone, near Taunton. A led Ynamed-Frederick Smith, who attended the inquest yester- sday morning; afterwards hanged h imself. - THE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -~PtBLIO NOTIOES. rfl"EE GREAT WVESTERIN ?.AlLWA`Y COMPA.NY. LOICCON AND ABERGAVN~Ny -a-ND BIONMOUTUSHIRE CA.NALS. GIIAN-D WESTERN CANAL. STRATFORD.UPON.AVON CANAL, AND RIVER TONE ~NAVIGATION. 2'bzike -s bereb's olsvm that after the 3ist day of December, 1894, th eisin TOIWS and CHARGES inl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    severe in the western d counties. The valley of the Cherwlcl is for miles b under water, and the River Tone has overflowed its a banks, and threatens to flood the low-lying part of v Taunton. In the eastern counties Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Third report on silk culture in Japan, 1870

    in the cul¬ tivation of. the mulberry plants. The best are thoso which grow in the sand near the River Tone , which ruus at a short distance from Shima- mura; they are all dwarfed, the stumps hardly appearing above Subscribers-only content

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