Vecchia, Ostia, and Antium, as well as those of many modern ports, especially in Europe, whose small rivers afford but narrow refuges.
The Roman embankments of Essex and Lincolnshire, in England, were steep mounds of earth, defended by rows of piles, the intervals between the rows being filled up with chalk.
Modern embankm off side, whether on the side-saddle or pillion.
Queen Elizabeth's side-saddle.
The side-saddle of Queen Elizabeth is still preserved at Horeham Hall, Essex, England.
The pommel is of wroughtmetal, and has been gilt.
The seat is a velvet cushion.
I did borrow a very fine side-saddle for my wife. — Pepys, 1661.
Sidelian systems of drainage, though the facilities there are not great, as the tides of the Mediterranean have a much smaller range of elevation.
The Romney marsh, Essex, England was obtained from the sea nearly 2,000 years back, and consists of 24,000 acres. The water is kept back by a levee 6,000 yards long, and the fresh water f
, 196; card from G., 180, final censure from G., 196; influence against G.'s lecturing in Newburyport, 208.
Torrey, Charles Turner, Rev. [b. Scituate, Mass., Nov. 21, 1813; d. Baltimore, Md., May 9, 1846], cor. sec. Andover A. S. S., 2.220, of Essex Co. A. S. Soc., 300, 331; approves Clerical Appeal, 266; protests against female A. S. membership, 220, 275; contrives clerical plot, 253, 262, 266, 268, 269, 272; abuse of G., 270; speech at annual meeting Mass.
A. S. S., 272, defeat, 275; pushes Mass.
Abolitionist, 286; at quarterly meeting Mass.
A. S. S., 287; protests against equal female membership, 297; defence at New Eng. Convention, 305; founds Mass.
Abolition Soc., 306; fails to capture Essex Co. A.
S. S., 331; at Albany Convention, 342, at Chardon St., 427; opposes Borden's reflection, 437.
Torrey, M. C., artist, 2.69.
Towne, Joseph H., Rev., co-author of Clerical Appeal, 2.136, 139, 140, 141, 156, 157, at Worcester Convention, 170, at new A. S. organization, 177.