5 edition of The smuggling coast found in the catalog.
The smuggling coast
Thomson, John A.
|Statement||by John A. Thomson.|
|LC Classifications||HJ6897 .T54 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||91187789|
Get this from a library! Smuggling on the Exmoor coast, [John F Travis; Exmoor Society.]. Condition: Fair. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has soft covers. With usual stamps and markings, In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,grams, ISBN
Read this book on Questia. Lisa Lindquist Dorr tells the story of the vast smuggling network that brought high-end distilled spirits and, eventually, other cargoes (including undocumented immigrants) from Great Britain and Europe through Cuba to the United States between and the end of Prohibition. Graham Smith's meticulously researched book describes the smuggling industry in detail along each section of the Essex coast, explaining the various methods used. He introduces the legendary characters involved, including Mrs Gregson, the female 'Fagin' of Barking who employed a gang of local boys to obtain smuggled tobacco to supply to London.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 93 pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Smuggling and piracy in Nigerian territorial waters / Shehu Amadu Musa (2 p.).Smuggling and coastal piracy in Nigerian territorial waters / A. Akin Aduwo (5 p.).
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Foundation for Coast Guard History Best Book Award - "The author describes the enormously diverse and imaginative activity of smuggling desperate and disparate people very well.
Equally, he illuminates very clearly one of the Coast Guard's more thankless tasks."--Baird Maritime. Guide-Book: The The smuggling coast book Coast.
INTRODUCTION. East-coast smugglers dealt mainly with Holland and northern France: trade links with Holland in particular had historical connections dating from the time when English wool was systematically smuggled out.
In his first book, former The (Columbia) State staffer Jason Ryan has written an entertaining tale of drug smuggling along the S.C. coast in the s. Think "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. The book chronicles marijuana coming into the country by sea and his own efforts to stop it. It’s on file in many colleges throughout the nation, and the admiral of the Coast Guard even put it on his reading list.
The book provides an unparalleled insight into the drug war of his time. ’s Marijuana Smuggling Overview This is the story of Skip Steele and the Cannabis Crew, a team of early pioneers of the Caribbean cannabis smuggling trade in the late ’s and throughout the decade of the ’s.
Moonfleet is a novel written by English writer J. Meade Falkner. The plot is an adventure tale of smuggling, treasure, and shipwreck set in 18th century England.
2 Geography of the book. 3 Adaptations in other media. 5 External links. InMoonfleet is a small village along the coast of southern England. The village takes its name from Author: J. Meade Falkner. Snowblind: A Brief Career in the Cocaine Trade by Robert Sabbag (Avon Books )(Biography).
An enthralling thriller if ever there was one. An enthralling thriller if ever there was one. This is the story of one man's meteoric rise and subsequent fall in the business of wholesale cocaine importing/5.
Books shelved as smuggling: Diamonds Are Forever by Ian Fleming, Runner by Carl Deuker, Goldfinger by Ian Fleming, To Have and Have Not by Ernest Hemingw Home My Books. Smuggling, the sneaky underbelly of Cornwall’s piratical history that has been with us for centuries.
Evidence of this notorious trade in Cornwall is everywhere; a simple walk on the beach will reveal the caves and manholes beaten into the cliffs that these daredevil men used to transport stolen goods from sea to land.
Rattenbury's principal smuggling method in the early years seems to have been to buy tubs in the Channel Islands, and sink them off the English coast for later collection. As the 19th century proceeded, Rattenbury began to make trips direct to France — usually to Cherbourg.
This in good weather takes a day or less. 'The coasts here swarm with smugglers from the Land's End to the Lizard' one man wrote  in and with the active support of the local population, these swarms would need to use violence only against the revenue forces — and the King's men didn't count anyway, in the eyes of most otherwise law-abiding citizens.
Get this from a library. The smugglers' century: the story of smuggling on the Essex coast, [Hervey Benham; Essex (England). County Council. Record Office.]. Drug Smugglers' Party Days A Prelude To War Jason Ryan's new book Jackpot chronicles the glory days of the "gentlemen smugglers" of South Carolina, who brought thousands of tons of pot into the.
Guide-Book: South-West England. Introduction | S Devon | S Cornwall to Falmouth | Mount's Bay & the Scillies | N Coast | Bristol Channel. THE NORTH COAST. Smuggling boats landed goods from the continent on the south coast of the peninsula in all seasons, but the north coast was used for continental traffic principally during the summer, when the Atlantic storms had.
Smuggling on the South Coast is the result of five years' research in which the author has traced the history of an era which was brought to a violent and bloody conclusion in the s.
It dispels many misconceptions that the reader may have about the subject and provides a new insight into an intriguing period of our history. INTRODUCTION In Scotland whisky dominates the story of smuggling, for the word has a dual meaning. To a Scot, 'smuggling' meant not just illegal import and export, but also illegal distilling.
We are primarily concerned with coastal aspect of the free-trade, and the subject of illegal stilling has been dealt with thoroughly in other books.
Both fiction and non-fiction books set in or about Florida including Florida history Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book. Comic book drug smuggling ring raided on Gold Coast, police seize ice and cannabis.
Gold Coast police have shut down the Australian end of an international drug operation that has allegedly been smuggling illicit drugs into the country inside hollowed-out comic books. Smuggling Along the South Coast of England.
Smuggling was unknown until Edward I established a customs system. Up until that time, trade had been free. Edward was searching for money and since wool was the most important raw material produced in England (at least until the Industrial Revolution), he devised a duty on its export as a new source.
The Forbidden History of Smuggling: The Obsidian Traders. Let me establish this point with the case of obsidian, a naturally-occurring volcanic glass. Here is a photo of obsidian: When broken, obsidian leaves a very sharp edge; so sharp, in fact, that obsidian is still used for surgical scalpels.
In this post, I am going to talk a little about smuggling in Devon in it's hay-day in the late18th Century and early 19th Century. Ever since there was taxes on goods, there has been smuggling, and Devon, with it's south coastline so close to France, and small bays and inlets made it the perfect place for smugglers.Smuggling on the South Coast is the result of five years' research in which the author has traced the history of an era which was brought to a violent and bloody conclusion in the s.
It dispels many misconceptions that the reader may have about the subject and provides a new insight into an intriguing period of our : Amberley Publishing.The peak of smuggling activity was over a year period from and towards the end of the 18th Century, the Saltburn - Whitby area became notorious as a smuggling hotspot.
During this time England fought various expensive wars, particularly against America and France and the Government imposed heavy taxes on imported goods such as gin, tea.