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Mehalah: A Story of the Salt Marshes

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Mehalah: A Story of the Salt Marshes
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Publisher: Smith, Elder & Co.
Number of pages: 328

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Between the mouths of the Blackwater and the Colne, on the east coast of Essex, lies an extensive marshy tract veined and freckled in every part with water. It is a wide waste of debatable ground contested by sea and land, subject to incessant incursions from the former, but stubbornly maintained by the latter.

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