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Sheet 32 Plan 4 Parish of Howick

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Camp Camp G Tate Esq. 50 Chains S. S. West An ancient British Camp
(Remains of) Camp Revd E. N. Mangem of Sea Houses Crowning a small eminence
Camp The Honble Henry Grey having a steep descent to the
(Remains of) East, West & South, the present
remains consist of a rampart
Iron Scars which appears to have been
Iron Scars formed of a mixture of Earth
Iron & Stones, it is strongly marked
in places & traces of a Gateway
are still visible on the
eastern face
its site is kept unploughed by
Earl Grey’s orders and is
covered with Rough Grass.
Iron Scars Iron Scars Mr. B. Stephenson At Howick Burn Rough foreshore Rocks &c.
Iron Scars Mr. Wm Stephenson Mouth
Iron Scars Mr. J Stanton Henry Palmer
Lieut. REngrs
25 Nov. 1864
John Stewart
2nd Corpl RE

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Transcribed by DW

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