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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ruined, and are still ruining our tidal harbours and estuaries by our stolid ignorance of the operations of nature. Rye Harbour, which once could float a 64-gun ship, is now little better than a creek for fishing-smacks. A hundred years Subscribers-only content

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    id though we recognise the excellence of the 1; artist's technique. A vignette - like little sketch se of Rye Harbour " (94), by Mr. Vincent P. Yglesiaq, pos- ,is sesses geniuine art qudity. "Going -Out" (96), by Dua lMr. Subscribers-only content

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    There was a beavy southerly gale the same day on the Sussex coast. The brigantine Cyrus, while running for Rye Harbour, grounded outside the east pier, and as the tide rose last night she filled, and her crew, fearing the Subscribers-only content

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    of Msilford, consisting of two men.,4 rThe bi Silkworth, from Fecamp, France, for Blythse, grouded to the westward of Rye Harbour yesterayan -became a total wreck. The Winchester lifeboat rescued 1 the crew of seven men ; hut the captain'; Subscribers-only content

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    feels much better. By the advice of his doctors he is going to the South for a few weeks. Rye Harbour is blocked with vessels which are unable to leave owing to a dangerous sandbank at the mouth. Vessels are Subscribers-only content

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