10 BÜCHER, DIE MIT «WICK BAY» IM ZUSAMMENHANG STEHEN
Entdecke den Gebrauch von Wick Bay
in der folgenden bibliographischen Auswahl. Bücher, die mit Wick Bay
im Zusammenhang stehen und kurze Auszüge derselben, um seinen Gebrauch in der Literatur kontextbezogen darzustellen.
A Harbour of Refuge in Wick Bay
. Letter to the Right Hon. W. ...
John MACKIE (Editor of the “Northern Ensign.”.) their season. Hence, were the
proposed harbour of refuge erected, there is no doubt the other fishings would be
prosecuted, and Caithness would provide the British markets with an ample ...
John MACKIE (Editor of the “Northern Ensign.”.), 1860
Parliamentary Papers, House of Commons and Command
Llanelltyd, comprising two Allotments awarded to the Crown - PEMBROKE: Land
or Foreshore of Galleys Wick' Bay at Milford Haven, containing about Six Acres,
situate in or adjacent to the Parish of Hubberstone . Land or Foreshore of the ...
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons, 1862
Scotland's Highlands and Islands
Wick, so called from the Viking word vik mean ing 'bay or creek', is a substantially
built seaport and tourist centre, stretching round the sweep of Wick Bay, 15 miles
northeast of Lybster. There is a harbour, airport and railway terminal.
West Over Sea: Studies in Scandinavian Sea-borne Expansion ...
In approaching the island from the sea, a mere two days sail from Norway, Nor
Wick bay would have offered one of the best landing places in the island, with
that of Sand Wick bay to the south. A freshwater stream, the Burn of Norwick,
Beverley Ballin Smith, Simon Taylor, Gareth Williams, 2007
caithness and sutherland
Four miles farther north stands the picturesque old Castle of Wick, within a mile of
Wick Bay. Bold cliffs, geos, and havens are a feature of this coast. The caves
provide shelter for numerous gipsies at all seasons of the year. Masses of Old
Steel's ship-master's assistant, and owner's manual: ...
The Harbour. Stkanhaer . . . The Harbour of Stranraer. Port Patrick. The Harbour.
Tuuitso Thurso Bay, within Holburn Head to the anchorage Ground at Sciabster
Roads. Wui Wick Bay, when abreast or within the Head Land called the Oid Man
David Steel, J. Stikeman, Patrick Kelly, 1839
Wick Wick, so called from the Viking word vik meaning 'bay or creek', is a
substantially built seaport and tourist centre, stretching around the sweep of Wick
Bay. There is a harbour, airport and railway terminal. Norse pirates were drawn to
The Unnatural History of the Sea
My favorite weekend pastime was to hike along the ragged cliffs fronting Wick
Bay to a ruined tower,and there contemplate nature and life. Old Wick Castle was
thick walled and crouched on a narrow, rocky promontory, three sides sea and ...
The Edinburgh encyclopaedia, conducted by D. Brewster
On the north side of the peninsula of Dingle, is the harbour of Smeer- wick,
corrupted from St. Mary Wick's Bay; it lies from north to south, is deep and
sheltered from all winds but north and north-west. Between this harbour and
Ferreter Cove ...
Edinburgh encyclopaedia, sir David Brewster, 1830
From Abbotts to Zurich: New York State Placenames
In 1835, he left and founded the city of Elgin, Illinois, which he also named. [APN:
144; Cleveland: 1126,1130-1; Gannett:97 ] Dunkirk. Chautauqua. The bay here
had been called Garnsey's Bay, then Chad- wick's Bay for Solomon Chadwick, ...
3 NACHRICHTEN, IN DENEN DER BEGRIFF «WICK BAY» VORKOMMT
Erfahre, worüber man in den einheimischen und internationalen Medien spricht und wie der Begriff Wick Bay
im Kontext der folgenden Nachrichten gebraucht wird.
VIDEO - Navigation buoy washed inshore by storm returned to Wick …
The North Cardinal Mark was driven by tidal storms from Wick Bay half a mile straight into the town centre on Tuesday, when it smacked into the service bridge at ... «John O'Groat Journal, Okt 14»
Huge waves roll into Wick Bay - watch video here
FIERCE wind and rain battered parts of east Caithness over the weekend with massive waves rolling into Wick Bay, attracting plenty of attention around the ... «John O'Groat Journal, Jan 14»
Recalling a black day in Wick's herring history
It was during this period that the Caithness county town of Wick was referred to ... The fleet had all but returned north to the mouth of Wick bay and many tried to ... «BBC News, Nov 09»