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  • crude oil; 102 km natural gas; 3,000 km refined products Ports: 5 major (Lagos, Port Harcourt, Calabar, Warri, Sapele), 10 minor Civil air: 40 major transport
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  • oil 3,638 km; refined products 3,626 km (2004) Ports and harbors: Calabar, Lagos, Onne, Port Harcourt, Sapele, Warri Merchant marine: total: 45 ships
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  • Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni, Ogu/Bolo, Okrika, Omumma, Opobo/Nkoro, Oyigbo, Port-Harcourt, Tai. Port-Harcourt SokotoBinji, Bodinga, Dange-shnsi, Gada, Goronyo, Gudu, Gawabawa
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  • supplement Vernon-Harcourt, Leveson Francis by William Forbes Spear 1563652Dictionary of National Biography, 1912 supplement Vernon-Harcourt, Leveson FrancisWilliam
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  • Carolina were competent to execute that treaty. Articles of Confederation; Harcourt v. Gaillard, 12 Wheat. 523; Spooner v. McConnell, 1 McLean, 347; Journal
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  • the 13th century, the centre of an important fief held by the house of Harcourt, but its previous history goes back at least to the early years of the
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  • until the arrival of George I from Hanover: archbishop Tennison; lord Harcourt, lord chancellor; the duke of Buckingham, president of the council; the
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  • navigation was the towing of the dry-dock Dewey from the United States to Manila via Suez Canal, in 1907.  See Harbors and Docks, by L. F. Vernon-Harcourt.
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  • 19 he left Port Royal to pursue a course of philosophy at the College d'Harcourt, where he appears to have first felt the attractions of a life devoted
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  • master of the open country, would starve the small army of Harcourt into submission. But Harcourt's courage and the disunion of his opponents neutralized
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  • embarked in the Countess of Harcourt. They proceeded through Torres' Straits, by the inner passage, and arrived safely at Port Essington on the 20th of September;
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  • capacity – 29 June, 1835, to the North Star 28, Capt. Octavius Vernon Harcourt, under whom he surveyed in part several harbours on the N.W. coast of North
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  • Shipping Act, 1876. In 1880 Plimsoll gave up his seat at Derby to Sir William Harcourt, and never again entered the house, although he unsuccessfully contested
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  • been white as snow."—I quote this from Her Majesty's Bem, by Elizabeth Harcourt Mitchell, 1884 (1883). Is it a genuine piece of folk-lore? James Britten
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  • Second-Master, to the Doris 42, Capts. Thos. Graham and Fred. Edw. Vernon (now Harcourt), again on the South American station; where, from Sept. 1822 until his
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  • three years in South America in the North Star 28, Capt. Octavius Vernon Harcourt, and Harrier 18, Capt. Wm. Henry Hallowell Carew, he became Mate, about
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  • the subject of an instructive lecture, recently delivered by Mr. Vernon Harcourt at the Royal Institution, from which we condense the following: Sulphur
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  • Cockburn. While there he had the good fortune to recover the Countess of Harcourt East Indiaman, which had been abandoned by the persons in charge of her
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  • saving part of H.M. 90th Regt., who had been wrecked in the Countess of Harcourt on the coast of Sicily, was honoured with the thanks of the Governor, Sir
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  • capture of that island, and serving on shore with Brigadier-General Geo. Harcourt at the taking of St. Martin’s. He next cruized for a short time in the
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