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  • * Victoria County History *

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    , and Prospect Cottage, besides terraced cottages at 'Top of the Hill ' and others called Sunny Banks , later Sandbanks . 48 In the 1920s building began off Wembdon Road in Hillgrove and Orchard lanes, and in the 1930s

    The Middle Level of the Fens and its reclamation

    Training walls have been built to try to induce the Ouse estuary to keep a defined channel among the shifting sandbanks of the Wash. The further extension of this defined channel and the cutting off of another bend in the

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, S, 01 November 1557-31 December 1558

    - -, Charles at the, 703, 721. - - - angry with the friars, 760. Sancerre , Count de, 1000. Sandbanks , 1146. Sande , Alvarez, commander of Spanish infantry, 623, 667, 724, 781, 888, 962. - -, troops under,

    Appendix, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    Norfolk coast East of Cromer) Cromer, "Sent Edmond" [beside Hunstanton ] , Boston, Grimsby, Hull, Byrlyngton, Scarborow, and so forth. Sandbanks with names are indicated off the coast. Across the Channel are shown Bolen, Cales, Rysbanke, Gravilen, Donkerk, Newport, Austen

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SoLomos LAnaxos S~xun, trading as William Kemp and Son, Pitt Street, Norwich, boot and shoe manufacturers. Lmane Morizus, Haven Hotel, Sandbanks, Parketone, Poole, licensed victualler. ROGZR R.B Den Cscrnnnr WAiD, trading as B. a Ward and Co., Fazakerley Street, Liverpool, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    warning given them in last year's debates, the Ad- miralty have gcne on building wooden vessels and forts on the sandbanks at the entrance to Ports- mouth harbour to protect them--forts of which this action demonstrates the utter inutility ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ti'th Description. A. P. r. Tithe flssSorptioii. A, it. P. Map. Map. i14. Saudbanks..... I a 1 4 Part t2tgGreat Sandbanks 33 30I PartlinLittlefiandbanks 2 2 31 II 2 21 Witness my band lhiss Dli day of May, in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liver pool, to a port of safety, on the night of* the 16thi ult.' She waee found thumpixg on the Sandbanks on Dandalk Bar. *A reward of s 10s. wee also given to the crew of the Tycella lifeboat, belonging Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Tees," by T. Wright. " De- scription of Piling Engine proposed to prepare Foundations for Harbours and Lighthouses on Sandbanks," by J. Brem- ner.-Wednesday. Society of Arts, 8; annual election.- Thursday. Royal Society, half-past S. Society of Anti- quaries, Subscribers-only content

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