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  Piock. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
126,900), Mazowieckie prov., E central Poland, a port on the Vistula River.
ock is a major oil-refining and petrochemical center.
ock’s 12th-century cathedral, containing tombs of Polish kings and dukes, was badly damaged during World War II.
www.bartleby.com /65/pl/Plock.html   (138 words)

 Rivers of Great Britain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rivers of England, Scotland and Wales, organised geographically, taken anti-clockwise, from Land's End are included.
For simplicity, they are divided here by the nation in which the mouth of the river can be found, and sea into which it flows.
River Thames (From Oxford up to its source, the Thames is also known as the River Isis)
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Rivers_of_Great_Britain   (356 words)

 BBC NEWS | UK | Floods warnings: region by region
Norfolk, Suffolk: The River Waveney from Diss to Bungay
Gloucestershire: River Severn from Tewkesbury to upstream of Gloucester
Warwickshire: River Avon from Stratford to upstream of Evesham
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/uk/2622097.stm   (939 words)

 Journal of Captain Nathaniel J. Wyeth's Expeditions to the Oregon Country
The direction of the river is here about W by S. and a little snow on some of the highest of the hills this day we passed the high mountain covered with snow hertofore mentioned it is on the left of the river and is a more stupendous pile than any of the Rocky Mts.
Crossed the [Snake] river to the mouth of a creek coming into the river from the N. for 10 miles which was the length of our march this day this creek is through cut rocks of moderate height for this country.
The river which we followed this day is rapid and too deep below the branches to ford during the last of the route several small forks from each side.
www.piney.com /WyethJournal.html   (10083 words)

 Dictionary of Meaning www.mauspfeil.net   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Image:Map of the River Thames downstream from London 1840.JPG thumb300pxThe lower course of the Thames in 1840.
The University Boat Race is rowed between the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge on the tidal portion of the river from Putney to Mortlake in the west of London.
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 The UK National Collection of Freshwater Sites
I took this photo of the river Ock as it flows into the River Thames at Abingdon.
The Tranquil, shady waters attract geese, ducks and swans and are spanned by an Iron Bridge.
The gently flowing waters and the sturdy bridge have a sense of timelessness.
www.freshwatersites.org.uk /view_the_collection3.asp?id=54   (97 words)

 Captain Nathaniel J. Wyeth - First Expedition to Oregon - 1832
The banks are here generally sand Many kinds of water fowl frequent the river here today we bought a fish of the Indians dried excessively fat and when alive a large fish.
now at 8 ock at night the full moon is looking down calmly upon us aparently thinking that the cares of us humble individuals concern her little.
Moved 11 miles E. by N. and camped on Kamas River so called from the abundance of that root in some spots it is so abundant as to exclude other vegetation.
www.brandywinesources.com /1813-1859/1832DOCNatWyeth1stJournal.htm   (8525 words)

 SAFAG - South Abingdon Floodplain Action Group
Twice in November the River Ock at Abingdon is on flood watch, from 13 to 17 November, and again from 23 to 26 November.
The River Ock's water level rose even higher than in 2000/2001, and flooding was very narrowly avoided in two areas of South Abingdon.
A developer's proposal to build an office block on land south of Marcham Road, close by the River Ock, was initially opposed by the Environment Agency until the risk assessment showed that the land in question is just outside the floodplain.
www.geocities.com /ockfloodplain   (2414 words)

 Captain Nathniel J. Wyeth - 2nd Expedition to Oregon - 1834
Made 12 miles along the river to the red Butes so called and is the place at which the river turns S.W. and we leave to strike for Sweet Water Sublette 2 days ahead weather chilly and windy.
Went up the Walla Walla River about 7 mils and raised a deposit of goods which I had made in the ground there fearing that some of Capt. Things men who knew where it was might desert and raise it and attempt to go to the Spanish Country.
I also hear that 6 of the runaways are on the heads of John Days River the whole of which storys I take to be lies invented to tell me in the hopes of a small present of tobacco.
www.brandywinesources.com /1813-1859/1834DOCWyethJournal.htm   (6772 words)

 Touring Berkshire Towns on Britannia: Abingdon
Abingdon is a town of three rivers: the Thames, the Ock and the hidden Stert all flow through the town.
There are pleasant walks along the Ock and the tow path of the Thames to Abingdon Lock and Abbey Meadow (in Oxfordshire) from where there are regular boat trips in the summer.
More regular are the (Mock) Mayor of Ock Street elections every June when the local Morris Dancers choose their leader.
www.britannia.com /tours/berks/berktn10.html   (625 words)

 River Thames
Numerous Acts of Parliament have been passed relating to the river from as far back as 1423 and by the height of 'canal mania' in 1793 the river had already been the subject of 23 Acts.
River Thames and Rowing Museum : Information on the museum and on Henley on Thames, where it is.
River Thames - R.I.P : A site concerned that all access points to the tidal river are being blocked off by developers.
easyweb.easynet.co.uk /jim.shead/River-Thames.html   (2866 words)

 River Thames and boaty things
On the nearest Saturday to 19th June the weekend is given over to Morris dancing and at 4 o'clock on Saturday afternoon a new Mayor of Ock Street is elected and then carried shoulder high to all the pubs in Ock Street.
The River Ock joins the River Thames in Abingdon to the south of St. Helens Church.
There is conjecture that the Swift Ditch was once the original course of the River but it is now thought more likely that it is the channel dug across the Abbey Meadow by Abbot Ordric in 1052 to improve the course of the River through Abingdon.
www.the-river-thames.co.uk /abingdon.htm   (1206 words)

 AS Hydrology Links
River regimes are the pattern of flow of a river.
There is a requirement to compare rivers in terms of their regimes, and also to compare rivers at different stages of their journey from Source to Mouth.
The river is heavily managed as the water has to be used by a huge area of the USA.
www.geographypages.co.uk /ashydro.htm   (1774 words)

 Ock River - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
ock Am we left the River and crossed a ridge travled a west corse struck the River again a distance of 15 Miles two or three of the last Miles travel was sand and verry hard for waggons to get through it we Encamped at 4.
ock AM a cort martial was cald to set on the cases of the three prisners for the beef The court consisted of Capt Hunt Lt Oman Lt clift Cort ajourned untell Tomorrow without a desision on there cases (p.
ock the dril was cald the Coln presented him self before Company E again to instruct as he had done the evening before but to the supprise of the company he was a diferent Man he treated officers and men with respect which he had not done for a weak privious It was evident
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 KAYAKING   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The river Stert runs under the Town of Abingdon and comes out by the Vet surgery Abivail and then runs along to us at the Moat.
Following us up and down the river on his cycle he was able to recap on all verbal instructions and not miss out on any new tips.
The Ock is a very popular place to Kayak and several other kayakers had already started their 5ft drop.
www.pixel3.co.uk /kayaking.htm   (1489 words)

 New River Rock, 2nd   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
New River Rock is the consummate climbing guide to this area.
It features a comprehensive introduction, state of the art info on minimal impact climbing techniques, concise and entertaining route descriptions, and a thorough chronicle of the area climbing history.
Steve Cater's New River Gorge Rock Climbers' Guidebook is definitely the book to buy it is also less expensive and is easier to use and includes Summersville Lake.
www.enotalone.com /books/1575400154.html   (423 words)

 N. Wyeth's Second Expedition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
W. by N. 12 mils passing another place where the blufs cut the river and here found much cedar on them and camped on the river in a wide bottom found no Buffaloe today killed one antelope.
Forded the river and made W.N.W. 17 miles along the river and camped on it Sublette one day ahead.
Followed the river down W. by N. 22 miles in the course of the day traded of some Inds.
roxen.xmission.com /~drudy/mtman/html/wyeth2.html   (6616 words)

 CAC Manuscripts: MMS 136 Transcripts John Welk Diary
Were called from picket at 5 ock am" got Breakfast and marched at 6 ock" this was a pleasant day marched 21 mile passed through Franklin.
was releived at 8 ock by the 2 Mo. Regt.
We started at 7 ock AM" and went up Look Out Mt again on the old road on top of the Mt. we took a road to the left and marched until 7 ock p.m.
www.bgsu.edu /colleges/library/cac/transcripts/mms0136.html   (2754 words)

 Drawing Pad   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
This is a small wash drawing done on the nearby River Ock.
I used it today as the starting point for this picture and this picture, which I sent as birthday cards for my sister and mum.
Drew this on the River Cherwell by Addison's walk in the grounds of Magdalen College, Oxford.
www.drawingpad.co.uk   (362 words)

 West River Fuel Dock - Marina & Boat Store - Galesville, Maryland - Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Boat over to West River Fuel Dock for a variety of nautical supplies and services.
We are conveniently located 12 miles south of Annapolis on the West River.
As a boater, you are treated with exceptional trust and respect by other boaters, coast guard, and even marine patrol.
www.westriverfueldock.com   (266 words)

The event was on Ock Tuesday; women were in the forefront of the fighting.
He was a Titan, son of Uranus and Gaea, and father of the river gods and of the Oceanids, the sea nymphs.
Other Oc river names in Europe are the Ogy and Okegem of Belgium, the Oknon and Oger of France, the Oker and Ache of Germany, the Oca and Ocana of Spain, the Ocke and Okelbo of Sweden and the Oglio and Oggiona of Italy.
www.world-destiny.org /a6oc.htm   (1774 words)

 The River House - Lewisport, Kentucky
With a boat ramp only 300 feet away you may bring your own boat or water bike.
If you come by boat we are located at mile marker 739.
The large 16 X 38 deck overlooks the majestic Ohio River.
www.hancockcounty-ky.com /rhbb/ca.html   (226 words)

 Berkshire History: The Roman Settlement at Frilford
The well-known Roman settlement at 'Frilford' - it is actually just in the parish of Marcham - sits at a point where the Roman road from Bicester to Wantage crosses the River Ock, the centre of a network of smaller Roman roads and settlement sites, including a villa only about a mile to the north-west.
It is approximately circular, about two hundred and thirteen feet in diameter, built into a narrow dry valley running south to the River Ock.
Though the whole Vale should probably be taken as a no-man's land between tribal kingdoms, the River Ock might represent a more specific border.
www.berkshirehistory.com /villages/frilford_roman.html   (1156 words)

 N. Wyeth's Journal - First Expedition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
East 5 miles N.E. 1/2 mile through bad cut rocks on the N. side of the river there is also a trail on the S. side then 1/2 mile E. then 1/4 mile S.E. then following a left hand fork of the river a few rods N.E. crossed it and made E.
In the afternoon made E. by N. 6 miles to Sweet water river then N.E. 3 miles up it and camped.
by E. 4 miles to the junction of Wind river which comes from the W. turning around as I supose and running along Wind River Mountains which run N.W. Altogether they form a large and muddy river but fordable now which is after a heavy rain.
roxen.xmission.com /~drudy/mtman/html/wyeth1.html   (9991 words)

 Devon local studies service. Taylor, W. Oakhampton Castle, Devonshire / T.Allom ; W.Taylor. (1830)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
In the reign of Henry the Second, the Barony of Oakhampton became invested in the family of the Courtenays, afterwards earls of Devon, by the marriage of Reginald de Courtenay with Hawise, the descendant and co-heiress of Richard de Rivers, eldest son of Brioniis.
After several alienations and attainders, this Barony became extinct by the decease of Edward Courtenay, Earl of Devon, without issue, at Padua, in Queen Mary's reign, when his possessions were divided among the descendants of the four sisters of his great-grandfather; and Oakhampton Castle, with two-fourths of the manor, became the property of the Mohuns.
The latter, as represented in the annexed view, is nearly on a level with the top of the mount just mentioned which rises from the verdant meadows of the valley, and is skirted on one side by the western branch of the Ock river.
www.devon.gov.uk /library/locstudy/sc1826.html   (573 words)

they had this morning to undergo some repares which was completed by 11 Ock when we continued our voyge - we did not proceed more than a mile before we had to perform a portage of 150 yds.
Provo andc There found a paper directing his hunters who were in the mountains trapping to decend the river 6 miles where they would find Mr.
June 8,9 10 11th 12th 13 and until the 14th 2 O'ck was consumed wating the return of Mr.
diarychannel.com /Diary.aspx?ID=75   (569 words)

 GENUKI: Berkshire, Marcham
It is situated on the river Ock, near the Berks and Wilts canal, and comprises the townships of Cothill, Frilford, and Garford.
It is situated in the vicinity of the river Ock.
"GARFORD, a chapelry in the parish of Marcham, hundred of Ock, county Berks, 4 miles S.W. of Abingdon.
www.brazell.de /genuki/BRK/Marcham   (411 words)

 SAFAG - South Abingdon Floodplain Action Group   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The map shows the River Ock flowing from the left (west) passing under the A34 and running between the A415 Marcham Road and the Tithe Farm and Ladygrove housing estates, crossing the B4017 Drayton Road and winding through the Caldecott area before joining the River Thames at the right of this map.
The Tesco superstore can be seen immediately to the south of the A34/A415 Marcham Road junction on the town side; the site proposed for development is to the south.
The triangle of land across the Ock to the south east and adjoining the Tithe Farm and Ladygrove estates is the area planned for flood compensation.
www.geocities.com /ockfloodplain/sabingmap.htm   (161 words)

 Washed River Rock
Washed River Rock: Similar to our River Rock pattern, with a smoother face and detailed erosion lines for a natural, soothing, look and feel.
This stone is composed of equal parts of tan, yellow, light gray, light wine, and light green.
Washed River Rock is a variation of our popular River Rock pattern, distinguished by its smooth face and subtle erosion lines.
www.capbrick.com /washed_river_rock.htm   (141 words)

 Lewis and Clark
I Set out on my return to meet Capt. Lewis with the Chief and his Son at 2 miles met Shields with 3 Deer, I took a Small peice and Changed for his horse which was fresh and proced on this horse threw me 3 times which hurt me Some.
Captain Clarke met us here: he had been over at the river, [Clark had been to the Clearwater River, Kooskooskee to the party, at a point about a mile above Orofino, Clearwater County, Idaho.] and found the distance 18 miles and a good road from this place.
Capt Clark joined us this evening and informed us that the[y] had been on a branch of the Columbia River where he expected it is navagable for canoes and only 15 or 20 miles from this place andC-- these natives have a large quantity of this root bread which they call Commass.
www.3rd1000.com /history/corp/journals/1805/09/092205.htm   (1790 words)

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