in London .
Written in English
Number (5) in his A collection of tracts on wet-docks for the port of London. (London) 1797.
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In the s a formidable and influential merchant named William Vaughan (–) published a series of pamphlets advocating his ‘Reasons in Favour of the London Docks’. He argued that it was high time for the city’s authorities to construct up-to-date docks because London could no longer cope with the influx of shipping which plied the Thames. Reasons in favour of the London-docks in Wapping Published: () Answer to objections against the London-docks by: Vaughan, William, Published: (). This includes a significant number of views as well as early printed material relating to its planning and opening such as 'Reasons in favour of the London Docks' by William Vaughan, , a copy of which was presented to the British Musuem by Vaughan himself. The London Docks were one of several sets of docks in the historic Port of London.. They were constructed in Wapping, downstream from the City of London between and , at a cost exceeding £5½ million.. Traditionally ships had docked at wharves on the River Thames, but by the late s more capacity was were the closest docks to the City of London .
The development of the docks meant that the capital extended eastwards which had not happened before the 17th century. Built in the early 19th century, houses were torn down to make way for the docks, this lead to slum housing. Today, many human rights commissions are threatened or are no longer in existence. This book argues in support of our human rights institutions, including the new Canadian Museum for Human Rights. These arguments debunk current challenges to our human rights commissions and tribunals. Further, they chronicle the ways in which governments have backed away from . The main aim of the World Book Day is to encourage children to the pleasures of books and reading. The reason for choosing this particular date is interesting. The 23 rd of April is a symbolic date for world literature because it is the date of death for many great authors and poets such as William Shakespeare, Miguel de Cervantes, William. Reasons in favour of the London-docks by: Vaughan, William, Published: () Answer to objections against the London-docks by: Vaughan, William,
From to he published a series of pamphlets and tracts advocating the construction of docks for the port of London, and on 22 April he gave evidence before a parliamentary committee in favour of the bill for establishing wet docks. The great development of London as a port must be regarded as partly due to his unceasing exertions. used books, rare books and new books More editions of Reasons in favour of the London-docks.: Reasons in favour of the London-docks.: ISBN () Find and compare hundreds of millions of new books, used books, rare books and out of print books from over , booksellers and 60+ websites worldwide. Reasons in favour of London Docks, London, A Comparative Statement of the Advantages and Disadvantages of the Docks in Wapping and the Isle of Dogs, 2nd ed. London, The first six were published together in as A Collection of Tracts on Wet Docks for the Port of London, with Hints on Trade and Commerce and on Free Ports. Nick Young How London's Docks Got Their Names. Poplar Dock. London Docks. Built in Wapping in the early 19th century, these docks consisted of a Western Dock and an Eastern Dock, linked by the.