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THE BOOK OF THE THAMES, FROM ITS RISE TO ITS FALL. THE KING OF ISLAND RIVERS. THE Thames is "the King of Island Rivers"; if deficient in the grander features of landscape, it is rich in pictorial beauty ; its associations are closely linked with heroic men and glorious achievements ; its antiquities are of the rarest and most instructive order ; its natural productions of the highest interest.
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For the first three years, Mr. Howard’s observations were conducted at Plaistow, a village about three miles and a half N. of the Royal Observatory at Greenwich, four miles E. of the edge of London, with the Thames a mile and a half to the S., and an open level country, for.
LONDON BRIDGE, London, England.—Centuries ago the Saxons and Romans erected various wooden bridges over the Thames, on the site of the present London Bridge; but they were all carried away by floods, or destroyed by fire.
This bridge was begun in and completed in at a. The Victoria bridge, at Montreal, Canada, who is entitled to the credit of its conception.
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"It must not be supposed that because there is almost a certainty of there being a ridge of old rocks at some depth below the surface along part of the valley of the Thames, and a likelihood of some of those old rocks belonging to the coal measures, therefore coal will be found at a workable depth in parts of the London District; for the.
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The First Bridge over the Thames WTSWG. The course of the Canal, however, almost immediately bears eastward, until it strikes the Churn.
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