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A littoral survey of the port of LiverpoolAuthor: Edward Eyes
Volume: 22 (1869-1870) Pages: 171-246, With additions and emendations from the original note books. [Contributed by J. Boult]. Being a survey and account of the encroachments and embankments, with other memoranda relative to the strand of the Mersey, commencing at Hilbre Island, situate in the entrance of the River Dee, and extending over each township in the County of Chester to Frodsham and Warrington bridges, and thence over each township in the county of Lancaster to Formby Point. It is difficult to tell which parts of the article are a transcript of Eyes' work and which are comments by Joseph Boult. View Volume