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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wisbech Hundred Outwell and Upwell Plan of St. Clement's Church Plan of St. Peter's Church

    ante 1800), Welney ( 1832 ), and Suspension Bridge ( 1843 ). The chapel at Welney was built in 1839 and rebuilt in 1890 . The Chapels at Lakes End and Suspension Bridge were rebuilt in 1914 and 1872 respectively.

    Economic infrastructure and institutions Roads and road transport

    they were bought out by the city corporation and the tolls were abolished. 122 Suspension Bridge Another ornament to the city was the pedestrian suspension bridge built by James Dredge in 1852 to link the Groves with the new residential

    Geology Geological Map of West Somerset Orographical Map

    worked in the Great quarry of Durdham Down , where fluor-spar occurs in crevices of the rock. Near the Suspension Bridge at St. Vincent 's Rocks the famous Hotwell Spring of Clifton issues from the higher beds of the Limestone

    Lambeth The parish

    , with nearly forty houses. It was again rebuilt, and the scope of the performances widened. 73 The Hungerford Suspension Bridge was built between Hungerford Market , Charing Cross , and Lambeth in accordance with an Act of 1836, 74

    Botany

    . The Bristol District Crossing the Avon gorge, which here is the boundary between the two counties, by the Suspension Bridge , we arrive at the Leigh Woods , which have been the hunting ground for mycologists for sixty years,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn sfon y mae ein syiw yn cael ei dyne at y Great New i a York & Brooklvr Suspension Bridge. Cgmerwyd si yd yn gyntalf oll i'r barge office, neu y custom house, i Yu SrchkWilio ein leggage. gil Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    milldir i 30 milldir yr awr, Yr oedddwy orsaf y gallwnddisgynyddynt -y Niagara Falls Village, gyferbyn W'r rhaiadr, a'r Suspension Bridge, ycbyd g yn mhellach ymIaen. Dewisais yr olaf er mwyn deebreu Yn y pen. Ar ol dyfod o'r train, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y byd gwyn cilraitb. Dego'r gloch aethomi i'r aleepinf car. Tea chanol nos disgwylieam y byddema n croeai y Suspension Bridge gerilaw y Nia- i gara. Yr oedd yn noswaith elen lenad, a, rhoddasom i orchymyn i'r porter din deffro Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan.t4Deblin Journal. . - There are Bills before the House of Commons for two Bridges and one Tunnel; a Suspension Bridge at St. Catherine's, below Londcn.Bridge; a Fispension Bridge at Haemmersinith, leading to Barnes; and a Tunnel under the River Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pieces. Perhaps there is not on earth a more striking picture of mere animal enjoyment.-London Weekly Reives. The new Suspension Bridge at Hammersmith, which was opened on the 6th instant, became an object of great attraction during the whole of Subscribers-only content

 

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