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Seaford

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Seaford is a city located along the Nanticoke River in Sussex County, Delaware. According to the 2010 Census Bureau figures, the population of the city is 6,928, an increase of 3.4% from the 2000 census. It is part of the Salisbury, Maryland-Delaware Metropolitan Statistical Area.

There are other places with Seaford in their name, like Seaford College.

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Google previewThe Photographic News (1897)

A Weekly Record of the Progress of Photography by William Crookes, George Wharton Simpson

Seaford is a very ancient town, of great interest to the archaeological student. Up to the time of Queen Elizabeth, when the outlet of the river Oure was diverted to Newhaven during a great storm, it was a seaport of considerable importance.

Google previewA handbook for East-Bourne and Seaford, and the neighbourhood (1883)

by George Frederick Chambers

Seaford is a Cinque Portc affiliated to Hastings and ranking first amongst the 7 members or limbs of Hastings, Pevensey standing second. As a Cinque Port, Seaford enjoys sundryprivileges, and once was called upon to bear sundry burdens ...

Google previewThe Antiquarian Magazine & Bibliographer (1884)

by Edward Walford

Seaford is a borough by prescription, and from the end of the thirteenth century, as stated above, returned two members to Parliament, and it was at one time represented by the celebrated statesmen, ...

Google previewAll the Year Round (1877)

" Aa it is, Seaford is a perfect bath of quietude, free from barrel-organs, nigger minstrels, and dancing-dogs. An idea of its blissful stillness may be gathered from ...

Google previewWalford's Antiquarian Magazine and Bibliographical Review (1884)

Seaford is a borough by prescription, and from the end of the thirteenth century, as stated above, returned two members to Parliament, and it was at one time represented by the celebrated statesmen, ...

Google previewParliamentary Papers, House of Commons and Command (1885)

by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons

" And whereas Seaford is a place named in the First Schedule ...

Google previewUnited States coast pilot (1916)

Atlantic Coast. Sandy Hook to Cape Henry by U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, National Ocean Survey

Seaford is a town on Nanticoke River, 36 miles above the mouth. It has several mills and canneries and considerable trade in steamers and schooners, the deepest draft being 12 feet. A railroad drawbridge, having a center pier draw with one ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Medica (1902)

by Chalmers Watson

Seaford is a quiet but growing place to the east of Beachy Head, and therefore sheltered from the east winds to some extent. Brighton has a very bracing climate , and though not facing so much east as Eastbourne, a large amount of east wind ...

Google preview1844-1881 (1912)

by George Meredith, William Maxse Meredith

From Newhaven to Seaford is a walk of two miles . If you walk, go on to the Hotel at Newhaven, anyone will direct you the way.

Google previewSessional Papers - Legislature of the Province of Ontario (1914)

by Ontario. Legislative Assembly

SEAFORD. The Seaford is a good, medium season berry. Origin: a chance seedling, introduced by Claymaker & Son, of Dover, Del. Plant: a strong, vigorous grower and healthy, ...

Google previewCensus of England and Wales, 1871 (1872)

(33 & 34 Vict. C. 107.) ... by Great Britain. Census Office

Seaford is a menibor of the Cinque Port of Hastings, and is now much frequented as a sea-side resort. 70. Hailsham. « The hamlet of Upper Dicker is in tho parish of Arlington. » The villages of Polegate and Oacklebury are in Hailsham parish.

Google previewA New and Accurate Description of All the Direct and Principal Cross Roads in England and Wales, and Part of the Roads of Scotland (1811)

The Whole Greatly Augmented and Improved by the Assistance of Francis Freeling by Daniel Paterson, Sir Francis Freeling

Seaford is a borough and a. sea-port, which has suffered greatly by the depredations of foreign enemies ; it was attacked by the ...

Google previewFreeToDo Travel Guide UK & Ireland (2007)

by Lynne and Ronald Wallace Hogg

Seaford is an Edwardian seaside town which has managed to avoid the commercialization of many other seaside towns despite being next to the lovely Seven Sisters. We were awarded AA Pet Friendly Guest Establishment of the Year 2005 ...

Google previewEnglish Historical Documents, 1833-1874 (1995)

by David Charles Douglas, W. D. Handcock, George Malcolm Young

Seaford is an ancient borough, part of the cinque port of Rye, one of the old unreformed charter corporations. Its population is 1,150. The governing body under the charter consists of a High Bailiff, Recorder, and Jurats. The Vestry is the Sewer ...

Google previewThe Christian Advocate (1920)

Seaford is a growing city on the Nanticoke River, and the church keeps pace with development of the community. The pulpit is an important one and has been filled by strong and efficient men. The 141st Anniversary of Thomas Chapel, near ...

Google previewNotes on Seaford (1868)

by Mark Antony Lower

Seaford is a town, parish, and borough of itself, the corporation consisting of a bailiff, jurats, and a commonalty of freemen. It is exempt from all county jurisdiction, and has its own recorder, coroner, and town-clerk. The subordinate officers are a ...

Google previewA Handbook for East-Bourne, Pevensey & Herstmonceaux Castles, Wilmington Priory, Mmichelham Priory, Beachy Head, Hailsham, and the Neighbourhood (1888)

Alphabetical Directory of Private Residents and Book of Reference for Everybody by George Frederick Chambers

Seaford is a Cinque Port0 affiliated to Hastings and ranking first amongst the 7 members or limbs of Hastings, Pevensey standing second. As a Cinque Port, Seaford enjoys sundry privileges, and once was called upon to bear sundry burdens ...

Google previewProceedings of the Annual Meeting (1902)

by Ohio State Horticultural Society

Seaford is a grand, dark-colored berry, which should be given a trial everywhere. With us, Johnson's Early ripened four days earlier than any other variety. It is medium size, and prolific. We consider it the best early one we have fruited. Morgan ...

Google previewLetters of George Meredith: 1844-1881 (1913)

by George Meredith, William Maxse Meredith

From Newhaven to Seaford is a walk of two miles. If you walk, go on to the Hotel at Newhaven, anyone will direct you the way .

Google previewAnnual Report of the Ohio State Horticultural Society for the Year ... (1902)

by Ohio State Horticultural Society

Seaford is a grand, ...

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