The Claim to the Foreshores of the Sea Coast and Tidal Rivers in the Counties of Devon and Cornwall by Her Majesty s Commissioners of Woods and Forests Examined and Considered

“ That the Commis- Committee of Privileges of the House of Lord : sioners of Woods and Forests , with the approval of the the house " that this bill was an indirect asse Treasury , may now grant licenses to hunt , hawk , tislı , the ...

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Author: James Wallis Pycroft

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ISBN: OXFORD:590819398

Category: Riparian rights

Page: 23

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Catalogue of Books on Natural Science in the Radcliffe Library at the Oxford University Museum Up to December 1872

PYCROFT , J. W. The claim to the foreshores of the sea coast and tidal rivers in the counties of Devon and Cornwall , by Her Majesty's Commissioners of Woods and Forests , examined and considered . 4to . London , 1854 . Pye , S. Moses ...

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Author: Radcliffe Library (University of Oxford)

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ISBN: UOM:39015034734262

Category: Natural history

Page: 580

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Railway Record

The sume slope was used which was foreshores of the sea coast and banks of tidal smoulders in ' Bombay , although ... the rails a good coating of blacklead , ibis sub . the Chief Commissioner of Woods and Forests many months to come .

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105215955498

Category: Railroads

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Liquid History

This is the stretch of the river documented in 'Liquid History'. Drawing on the resources of English Heritage’s unrivalled photographic archives, the book records a journey along the length of the tidal river and over almost 150 years.

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Author: Stephen Croad

Publisher: B. T. Batsford Limited

ISBN: 9780713488340

Category: Photography

Page: 208

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The London Stone at Staines marks the ancient western boundary of the jurisdiction of the City of London. The Lord Mayor and Corporation’s conservancy of the Thames extended east from there as far as Yantlet in Kent. This is the stretch of the river documented in 'Liquid History'. Drawing on the resources of English Heritage’s unrivalled photographic archives, the book records a journey along the length of the tidal river and over almost 150 years. We see the rural Thames as it approaches London, riverside towns, the civic and commercial development of the riverbanks, the working docks and warehouses, the development of the web of bridges that now links north and south, barges, sailing ships and warships, the great flood defences and a tiny beach that flourished briefly at the Tower of London. Featuring the work of pioneers of photography and some of the great topographical photographers of the 20th century, and with a fascinating commentary by Stephen Croad, 'Liquid History' chronicles the ebb and flow of the life of the river.