Definition of Tyne River
1. Noun. A river in northern England that flows east to the North Sea.
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Literary usage of Tyne River
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Music of the Waters: A Collection of the Sailors' Chanties, Or Working by Laura Alexandrine Smith (1888)
"The following is in favour of the Tyne :— " Tyne river, running rough or smooth, Brings bread to me and mine ; Of all the rivers north or south, ..."
2. The Political State of the British Empire: Containing a General View of the by John Adolphus (1818)
"... to make a tunnel or road-arch under the Tyne river from North to South Shields for the ... to make a canal from the Tyne river near ..."
3. Subject Index to the Catalogue of the Library of the Institution of Civil by Library (1904)
"TYNE, River, 1850, p. 335. Best means of improving its Navigation. ... TYNE (River). Memorandum and Section of the River, from the Sea to Wylam. ..."
4. The Laws which Regulate the Deposition of Lead Ore in Veins: Illustrated by by William Wallace (1861)
"The village of Garrigill is built upon an ancient bed of the Tyne river, several feet higher than that upon which it is flowing at the present time. ..."
5. A General Itinerary of England and Wales, with Part of Scotland: Containing ...by Jun David Ogilvy, David Ogilvy by Jun David Ogilvy, David Ogilvy (1804)
"Ridley Hall,— Lowe, Esq. 3l| HAYDON BRIDGE Cross the South Tyne River 33j HALF LOT 35j ... Cross the North Tyne River 36J L. fo ..."