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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Worthing Communications

    the sea defence of the adjoining land. 64 In the 1840s the trustees built an embankment to replace the Sea Mills bridge over the Teville stream east of the town. 65 The road was in good condition in 1840 66

    Worthing Local government and public services Borough of Worthing .

    water-works, the engine of which was used to pump the sewage through an outfall sewer to the sea at Sea Mills bridge 2 miles east of the town. 4 In the winter of 1865-6 , however, the town's sewers remained

    Index K-Z

    New Salts Fm. Rd., Shopsdam Rd., The Terrace , St. John 's man., schs., gram. sch., Lancing Coll ., Sea Mills bridge, q.v . as seaside resort, shops, Shoreham airport, South Lancing , man., see Lancing , man. sport, tithes,


    a tide mill, occurred in 1576 19 and in 1622 , on the Broadwater-Lancing parish boundary, 20 where the Sea Mills bridge had been built by c . 1752. 21 In 1245 Sir John de Gatesden was holding an unlicensed

    Index A-J

    public servs., rly., reading rm., rec. grounds, rectors, and see Chester , Grenado rectory ho., residential devel., rds., schs., Sea Mills bridge, q.v . shops, sport, tithes, trades and ind., The Warren , and see Nuthurst ; Worthing Broadwater (or

  • * British History Online *

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    Warrants for Minor Appointments, 1744, 07 January 1744-27 December 1744

    Brixey, deceased; Edward Gillam, a tidesurveyor at Sea Mills, Bristol port, to be landwaiter there, loco said Woodford; Richard Wheeler, a tidesman at Bristol, to succeed said Gillam as tidesurveyor at Sea Mills. Customs Book XV. p. 427. Treasury commissions.

    Warrants for Minor Appointments, 1732, 05 January 1732-28 December 1732

    Continent of America, loco Devereux Bacon, deceased; Edward Cranfield, established at 50 l. per annum as tide surveyor at Sea Mills, Bristol port; George Winn, junr., boatman, Yarmouth port, loco Meddow Nall, deceased; Charles Simmonds, land carriage man, London port,

    Warrants for Minor Appointments, 1741, 06 January 1741-31 December 1741

    to the Customs Commissioners. William Burstal, riding officer at Bridlington, loco William Mantle, superseded; Edward Gillam, tide surveyor at Sea Mills, Bristol port, loco Thomas Evans, preferred; Joseph Marks (deputy King's waiter at Bristol), to be landwaiter there, loco John

    Index, S, 01 January 1730-31 December 1734

    See Secret Service. -, -, salary of, 608. Scrutton , Eliz. 11. -, Rob. 11. Scurry , Benjamin, 11. Sea Mills (Bristol), 357. Sea officers , pensions to. See Navy, Sick and Hurt Seamen. Seaber , Thos. 450. Seaborne ,

    Index, S, 01 January 1741-31 December 1745

    Imprest to, for Crown law expenses, 640. Scutt , James, 597. Sea officers' widows' charity . See Navy officers. Sea Mills (co. Gloucester) , 649. Seaford (Sussex) , 76, 314, 615. Seals . See Great Seal; Privy Seals; Gibraltar (Civil

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    7f Adeinide-pleas, -aStaneiaase Plymouth, Gvynine, rdrs. Isabella, 1, Chandos-place, Buckinghamn-valo, Glifito.. Gwyisis, William, Pontyrangle, Hay ijuarryman, Badley. William Pcsrcc, Sea Mills, iberkeley, gentleman, Haldane, William, and alhiels, N.H. solicitors. Hale, William Wilkins, Eighbury-vlle, Sydenham-hill, Bristol, gentleman. Bell, John Merrls, Gloucsterehlre Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Avonmouth Railway, C a short line that runs from Avonmnouth to Clifton Down, Shortly after the train hld left Sea Mills, an intermediate strition, one of tire cadets, Mitr. A. 1B. lenirninge, is 1pupG C at Cliftonl College, toeok up Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the Escalona, with cattle and general cargo from Montreal, was coming into port to discharge. They collided at Sea Mills, the Juno smashing in two plates in the Escalona's port bow. The Juno's paddleboe was damaged, preventing her pro- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ma hogany and Blroh coirplete G All kindt of PitOuAes and Picture Frame Mondiuge kept in torat Wlff. SUHtIANTd Sea Mills andittemrs ramsa Works, Blletrete , Baok, Leord. Sawingforthe Treeateliberal dkouct E GS RC E P B B KS I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - - j1IS.0. Brevng .... 9it 14 i 4 A shocling accident took place on satur &y night at Sea Mills, near Bzistol. - Some pupils of CiIftoM- College, who have formed a cadet corps, were re i.rm ning- by Subscribers-only content

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