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Author: Seller, John, fl. 1658-1698.
Title: A description of the sands, shoals, buoyes, beacons, roads, channels, and sea marks on the coast of England: from the southforeland to Flamborough head, being furnished with new & exact droughts of the sands, acording to the said descriptions / by John Seller, hydrographer to the Kings most excellent Majestie, and are to be sold by him at the Hermitage staires in Wapping.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A description of the sands, shoals, buoyes, beacons, roads, channels, and sea marks on the coast of England: from the southforeland to Flamborough head, being furnished with new & exact droughts of the sands, acording to the said descriptions / by John Seller, hydrographer to the Kings most excellent Majestie, and are to be sold by him at the Hermitage staires in Wapping.
Seller, John, fl. 1658-1698.

London: [J. Seller?, 1671?]
Subject terms:
Nautical charts -- England
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A92889.0001.001

Contents
title page
A DESCRIPTION OF THE
A short Description of the River of Thames, from London-Bridge to the Point of the Hope: Shewing the Shelves and Dangers in each Reach.
The Pool,
Limehouse-Reach.
Greenwich-Reach.
Blackwall-Reach.
Nel-Hope, (alias) Bugby's-Hole.
Woolwich-Reach.
Gallions-Reach.
Barking-shelf-Reach.
Half-way-Tree Reach.
Erith-Reach.
The Rands,
Long-Reach.
St. Clements-Reach.
North-fleet-Hope.
Gravesend-Reach.
Lilbury-Hope.
A Description of the Sands, Shoals, Buoys, Beacons, and Sea-Marks on the Coast of England, from Thames-Mouth to Flambrough-head.
Blyth-Sand.
Hole-Haven-Scarrs.
The Chapman.
Middle-Ground.
The Nower and Buoy.
The Cant.
Shooberry-Ness.
Black-Tayl.
The Warp.
The Shooe and Beacon.
Middle-Ground and Buoy.
The Middle-Middle-Ground.
The Whitaker and Beacon.
The Burey and Buoy.
The Gunfleet and Buoy.
The Heaps.
The Andrews.
The Altar.
The Ridge.
The Rowling-Grounds.
The Platters.
West-Rocks.
The Cork.
The Cutler.
The Middle-Ground.
The Onion.
The Sledway.
The Whiting.
Bawdsey-Sand.
The Shipwash.
Alborough-Knapes.
Bernard.
The Sea-Horse, or Newcome.
St. Matthews-Sand.
The Holms of Yarmouth.
Scroby.
New-warp.
The Overfalls.
Bounses.
Haseborough-Sand.
The Lemon.
The Orrey.
Blackney-Sand.
Pole and Piper.
Burnham Flats.
Pearls-Hole.
New-Bank.
The Sands and Shoals in Lin-Deeps.
The Sonk.
Dousings.
Inner Dousings.
Dogs-head.
Boston-Knock,
Long-Sand.
A Description of the Sands, within the HUMBER.
Rose.
Riff.
Bull.
Stone-Banks.
Borcom.
Sonk in the Humber.
Holms.
The Banks that lie off in the Sea.
The Dogger-Bank.
Crouch-Bank.
The White-Bank.
The White-Water.
The Well-Bank.
A Description of the Sands, Shoals, Buoys, Beacons, and Sea-Marks up∣on the Coast of England, from the Buoy of the Nower to Dover.
The Flats.
The Gilman.
The Spaniard.
The Red-sand and Buoy.
The Oaze-edge and Buoy.
The Spile.
The Buoy of the Woolpack.
The Buoy of the Spell.
The Hook.
Middle-ground at the Cliff-end.
The Horse.
The Buoy of the Searn.
The Wedge.
Marget-Sand.
The Colborn.
The White-Dike.
The Querns.
The Brake.
The Goodwin.
The Fatts.
The Galloper.
The Gabard.
Kentish-Knock.
Pan-Sands.
The Girdler.
The Long-Sand.
The Shivering-Sand.
Knock-John.
The Sunk.
East-Barrows.
West-Barrows.
The Mouse.
Directions for Sayling into all the Harbours on the East Coast of England, from the Downs to Flambrough-Head; Shewing the Marks for bring∣ing a Ship to an Anchor in any of the Roads and Harbours on the said Coast: The Depth and Soundings amongst the Sands.
Directions for the Mouth of the River.
Directions for sayling from Tilbury-Hope down to the Buoy of the Nower.
Directions to sayl from the Nower to the northward through the Swin.
Other directions for the Swin, and so through the Kings-Channel to∣wards the Downs.
To sayl unto Cowen and Malden-Water.
Directions to sayl into Harwich coming from the southwards.
Other Directions for Harwich coming from the Northwards.
Other directions to sayl into Harwich.
To sayl out of Harwich.
To know Bawdsey, Oasly, and Al∣terton-Churches.
To sayl out of the Sledway to the North-Foreland.
To sayl out at the back-side of the Gunfleet.
To sayl by the Naze to the Northwards.
To sayl clear of Alborough-Knapes.
To sayl to the westward of the Whiting-Sand.
To run in to the Eastward of the Whiting.
Directions from the Buoy of the Buxey down to the Kings-Channel, and from thence to the Northwards.
From the Sonk to the Long-Sand, and so to the North-Foreland.
To sayl alongst the Coast by Albo∣rough, Dunwich, and Covehith.
To sayl within the Banks of Yarmouth.
To sayl into Yarmouth-Road through the Holms.
To sayl from Yarmouth through the Sands.
To sayl by Wintertonness.
To sayl from Orfordness to Leystaff through the Stamford.
To sayl through Yarmouth-Roads to the Northwards.
Directions for St. Nicholas-Gat and Yarmouth-Road.
Marks of the Channel are as follows.
Yarmouth-Road.
Directions for sayling from the Buoy of the Nower over the Flats, and through the Narrow into the Downs.
The Mark to Ride in Marget-Road.
The Gore.
Westgate-Bay.
Directions to sayl from Margaret-Road to the North-Foreland, and the Marks for both Channels in the Downs.
To sayl through the Gulls.
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