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A reply to a paper intituled: An answer to the pretended case printed concerning the navigation of the river Wye, in the county of Surrey, by shewing the true state thereof by Pitson, James
LCC
  225 15 1670 1670
An answer to the pretended case, printed concerning the navigation of the river Wye in the county of Surrey, by shewing the true state thereof
LCC
  217 14 1670 1670
An act for making navigable the river of VVye : Thursday, the 26th of June, 1651. Ordered by the Parliament, that this Act be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti by England and Wales. Parliament
LCC
  199 15 1651 1651
The heads of a bill for the settling of the river Wey in the county of Surrey, and for the composing the differences concerning the same by England and Wales. Parliament
LCC
  162 8 1669 1669
The case of Richard Scotcher : one of the persons impowred by act of Parliament, to make the river Wye in the county of Surrey navigable, truly stated. And humbly presented to the consideration of the Parliament of England, Scotland and Ireland and every member thereof by Scotcher, Richard, active 1657
LCC
  146 5 1657 1657
Thames, Wey, Kennet and Avon by Perrott, David
DDC/LCC
  22 4 1997 2000
The case of Sir Nicholas Stoughton, baronet, Thomas Cate, aliàs Cawood, John Flood, and Abraham Bernard, millers, and tenants of Stoak mills in Surrey
LCC
  14 3 1679 1679
River Thames & the Southern waterways by Perrott, David
DDC
  3 1 2003 2003
Thames, Wey, Kennet & Avon by Perrott, David
DDC
  2 1 2000 2000
Title on sheet [Plan of the several canals which communicate with the Thames : to shew [show] at one view the different schemes of inland navigation between London and Bristol]
DDC
  1 1 1795 1795
Plan of the river Wey surveyed by order of the Proprietors
DDC
  1 1 1782 1782
A plan of the navigable canals : from Basingstoke ... to the river Wey ... and from Godalming ... to the junction of the Guilford Navigation with the river Thames at Weybridge in Surrey
DDC
  1 1 1791 1791
The case of Sir Nicholas Stoughton, baronet, Thomas Cate, ali© s Cawood, John Flood, and Abraham Bernard, millers, and tenants of Stoak mills in Surrey
LCC
  1 1 1679 1679
A plan of the Grand Southern Canal proposed to be made between Tunbridge and Portsmouth by means of which and the Medway navigation a communication will be opened with the river Thames at Gravesend : Also a branch canal from Copthorne Common to Merstham by which and the survey railway and croydon canal communication will be opened with the river thames at Wandsworth and Rotherhithe
DDC
  1 1 1803 1803
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