Document ReferenceMS 168/1/1
TitleAn Act for improving the outfall of the River Welland, in the County of Lincoln; 23 May 1794
Date Of Creation23 May 1794
Extent30 ff
LevelItem/file
Content DescriptionAn Act for improving the outfall of the River Welland, in the County of Lincoln, and for the better drainage of the Fenlands, Low grounds, and marshes, discharging their waters through the same into the sea; and for altering and improving the navigation of the said River Welland by means of a new cut, to commence below a certain place called The Reservoir, and to be carried from thence through the inclosed marshes, and open salt marshes into Wyberton Roads between the port of Boston and a place called The Scalp, and for disposing of the Bare or White Sands adjoining to the said river, and for building a bridge over said cut.

Printed by Charles Eyre and Andrew Strahan, 1794.

Manuscript inscription on cover - " Wm. H. Tatam".

Cap 102 pp 1883-1939
Termrivers, Welland (Lincolnshire)
land, drainage, Fens

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