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report by Edmund Dummer and Thomas Wiltshaw


Beaulieu, Hampshire: [Beauley] 'river'; mouth of the Beaulieu River at Lepe, running into The Solent.
SZ4398; sheet 196
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Beauley.
What its
Condition is
Is a River of somewhat less Consideration in Degree than Bussleton, But of large indraught, good Tydes, and fair Depths at low Water; 'tis about 4 Miles from the Mouth of it to the Town of that name, Tis also convenient for Building small Schipps One of the 4th: Rate hath been built about a Mile below it, at a place Comodious and Safe.

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See also the Southampton pages which relate to this harbour.

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South Coast Harbours 1698
report by Edmund Dummer and Thomas Wiltshaw

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