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You searched for: Place: "Swanage Bay"

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  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Swanage Bay, 1877

    Swanage Bay A panorama of Swanage Bay during the beginning of a storm; rows of buildings seen in perspective, to right; plate cut down. 1877Etching

    Swanage Bay, 1877

    Swanage Bay A panorama of Swanage Bay during the beginning of a storm; rows of buildings seen in perspective, to right; plate cut down. 1877Etching

    Swanage Bay, 1877

    Swanage Bay A panorama of Swanage Bay during the beginning of a storm; to right, a wide road and people seen at a distance; rows of buildings seen in perspective, to right. 1877Etching

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Times at the defenseless state of the coast, and hopes the Government will not neglect its protection, especially Swanage Bay. And has not its next-door neighbour, Stud- land Bay, let us ask, quite as good a claim, if every Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    if, 1 indeed, a station to the westward had been wanted for the; defence of the Needles, Studland or Swanage Bay would have been the proper place, and a fortress should have been perched up at the top of Old Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fern Gatherers ... View near Portam Sumrner ........ Winter .......... Valley of Easedale Tantallon Castle . Storm Clearing Of Swanage Bay .... Study of Hara and A Shropshire Lane Madeline .... Dead Pheasasnt . Dead Mallard._. LIen-y-Dlnas, Nor Lake on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Middlesex, and mr. C. E. Robin- son, After the ceremony a select party assembled on board the (3alatea, in Swanage Bay, te dice. Young amid middilsnged men, suffering from nervous de- hilityacnd ndred affectoea, as loss of memsory seoandhypoclcon. de, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    used to be conveyed from tise (I uarrics down to the saccsiele on Ike 'jscks of tIse qsu-prrmean." eroem Swanage Bay our route lies by Whitecliff, 01 will, acnd Godlitigeton. 'Then wve come to the prettiest of old Eicglish villages-Studlacnd, Subscribers-only content

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