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Farne Islands 6 inch

< List of Names
as written on the Plan
Various modes of
Spelling the same Names
Authority for those modes of
Situation Descriptive Remarks, or other
General Observations
which may be considered of Interest
Crumstone Crumstone Mr Darling; Longstone on Sheet The Crumstone is about a mile south
Crumstone Mr Patterson; Monkshouse 12d.D & -ward of the Longstone, and is a
Crumstone Mr Patterson; N.Sunderland 17.B dark mass of irregular basaltic rock
divided into three by guts and usually
called by the fishermen "The bull;
Cow; and Calf" and interesting as
being a breeding place of the great
Seal. It is only partly covered, but
the spray dashes over it so as to make
it untenable at high water-
Nivestone Nivestone Mr Darling; Longstone on Sheet A mass of rock nearly 1/2 a mile N.E. from
Nivestone Mr Patterson; Monkshouse 12.aD- the Longstone, covered at high water,
Nivestone Mr Patterson; N.Sunderland and about 11. feet above low water
mark; it is the Easternmost of all
Navistone Navistone Seaman’s Guide the islands and is a source of danger
Navistone Admiralty Chart to Vessels as the sea is always breaking
upon it, and there are several shoals near it.

Note: Unsigned

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Transcribed by SMH and CC

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