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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Geology Geological Map of West Somerset Orographical Map

    date than those red rocks. Elsewhere among the older Devonian Rocks the Foreland Grits, comprising the fine grained red, grey and purplish gri ts, extending from the Foreland in Devonshire to Porlock Hill , rise up in North Hill and

    Parishes Brading

    the village not far from the head of the pleasant, leafy road called Ducie Avenue, leading to the sea. At Foreland there is a coastguard station, also a few cottages, and the Crab and Lobster Inn. To the south-east of

    Medieval Hull

    foreland to the whores ( meretrices ), receiving from £3 to £8 a year in rent. This practice may, indeed, have been of long standing. In the earlier 15th century a small ren t was sometimes received for the


    95 Food , Ministry of, 411 Forcet , John, 337 Fore Dike , 470, 474-5 Foredike Stream , 379, 475 Foreland , 77; Staith, 75. See also South End Forest , John, 77-78 Forster and Andrews , 227, 291, 309

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    22 mynyd i 24:o oriau a frwydro d'r tonau, cyrhaeddodd y Ian ) chydig gan- oedd o latheni o South Foreland. Nid oedd wedi dioddef -nemawr oddivrth yr ameer y ba yn y dwfr. Nid oedd ond un radd yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YMA AC ACW. Tybir fod y nifer o' fywydau a gollwyd yn ngalanasdra'y 'Stella' oddeutu pedwar ugain. Arifonwyd cenadwriaethau o gydymdeimlad gan y Frenhines a.'r Llywydd Ffrengig. Claddwyd Mr. Richard Chamberlain foreu Mercher yn Birmingham. Symudasid ei wedd- illion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ?dajesty'srPdst~astc dteiernl1t AI:d*1 -h 'i f pmttt t~tt'drn udiday nt-tpt asIu'tie-.fger,' wi ler, sifptitalh ftitle'rs, c'wris' roufld t e 'orth Foreland; -4on :lucy wvaytto4,he ljo~ns ste was hailed 1iiy a-targe logger5' and Miked if lme wanted a pildt. -taptain Whit Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that day, together with the deceased and oihers ct' tie cress. TIhey were eing about six lea.ltes troct the Soutfi Foreland. abhlt ha'f wvay acro-Is this ChaRnrel. Abi)ijc one (clock et woori, they observed a sail, which appei (d to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    active bustle of seamen into the confusion of a crew of Dtiich boors afloat. 4. Tbe slfips workinug round the Foreland represent large vessels dropping dowvn the '['barnes, where want of room straitens the mariner's action into a mere tide Subscribers-only content


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