2 edition of letter to a friend on commerce and free ports, and London-docks. found in the catalog.
letter to a friend on commerce and free ports, and London-docks.
Written in English
|Series||Technological pamphlets, v. 23, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||T7 .T25 vol. 23, no. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p.l., 24 p.|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||05033737|
London Docks, to the east, opened in and enlarged in , have an area of + acres and an available depth of 24 to 26 feet. A great variety of valuable wares is shown in the warehouses, the most interesting points being perhaps the ivory floor (fine display of tusks), the stores for spices, gums, quicksilver, and indiarubber, and the. In common with the rest of the enclosed docks, the London Docks were taken over by the Port of London Authority in Slightly further down the River Thames are the site of the West India Docks, a collection of three docks, the Northern most of which was the Import Dock, the middle which was the Export Dock and the lower South Dock.
The ending of monopolies in the s, granted to the early 19th century London docks, brought an opportunity to create the ine Docks beside the Tower of London. Yet their arrival signaled the beginning of a new competitive era for the docks and lower profits for their owners. It was the workers who were to ultimately pay the cost. Favell’s London Dock Rum is (according to the label anyways) blended and bottled in Canada for White Favell (Vinters).The Canadian agency responsible for blending and bottling this rum is the Newfoundland and Labrador Liquor Corporation (NLC).. The label tells us that London Dock is a Demerara Rum produced in Guyana; therefore I can deduce that the rum .
Virginia Woolf 4 Whither, 0 splendid ship', the poet asked as he lay on the shore and watched the great sailing ship pass away on the horizon. Perhaps, as he imagined, it was making for some port in the Pacific; but one day almost certainly it must have heard an irresistible call and come past the North Foreland and the Reculvers, and entered the narrow waters of the Port of . Last night Santa Claus gave me a gift. I found a little Bohemian Book on the internet titled 'Europe After ' that is written by several authors, and illustrated by my kin, Thomas Hart Benton, who illustrated Steinbeck's 'Grapes of Wrath'. Benton's illustrations resemble the work of my later sister, Christine Rosamond Benton, especially he.
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Condition: Good Minus. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Some shelf dirt to grey covers but relatively mild wear for its age to grey front cover, stains on rear cover, edges tanned & dirty esp lower edge, but pages clean, spine darkened with instances of paper loss, bottom edge of book is slightly bent but binding.
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of an earlier work: "Twenty engravings of lions, tigers, panthers & leopards by Tho. The London Docks stored liquor, tobacco and other precious goods in bond in the vaults. The merchandise was guarded by the police and opened for inspection, sampling and trading by Customs and Excise and merchants holding 'tasting permits'.
Two of the most important commodities for the London Docks were tobacco and wool. Back on the eastern side of London, a Thames Clipper trip down to Greenwich is an affordable way to see the city from the river.
Look out for old warehouses converted to luxury apartments, or historic quays and wharves named after the products they imported or the countries their boats came from (like Canary Wharf, which used to import goods from the.
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Docks: Breakaway and Unofficial Movements. The NASD was a union confined to the London docks, where it had a membership of about stevedores and dockers.
At this time it was engaged in a dispute with the Dock Labour Board against compulsory overtime. In some of the northern ports a number of "blue" union members do occasionally. London's docks: past and present.
Today, Docklands is a very different place in which to work and live. New people have moved into the area as new businesses have been established. The old world of ships, wharves, cranes and warehouses has been replaced by shops, leisure facilities, offices, wine bars and expensive apartments.
This gallery.Plan of the London Docks with title along the top and imprint, key and reference table in panel below the plan.
The boundaries of the area granted by act of Parliament in for redevelopment are highlighted in red.The London Docks occupied a total area of about 30 acres (, m²).
They consisted of the Western and Eastern docks which were linked by the short Tobacco Dock. In turn, the Western Dock was linked to the River Thames by Hermitage Basin (in the south west) and by Wapping Basin (to the south).