This is the first published
Electronic Newspaper for
Shoreham-by-Sea and the
Adur Valley & District, West Sussex, England
29 April 2001: Volume 3 Issue 13
Day Celebrations in Shoreham
Hal and tow
for we were up
long before the
day - o
to welcome in
the summer and
the May - o . . .
for summer is
a comin' in
and winter is
a gone - o.
a merry May to
Morris Group and Shoreham Folk Dance Group will be getting up early for
used to be the Chanctobury
Morris Group who met every Wednesday evening (in winter) at the King's
Head and after drinking all night on May Day Eve at the King's Head
would then celebrate at midnight on Chanctonbury Ring before continuing
on May Day in Shoreham (just in case you have not got the stamina to get
up in the morning). The baldrics etc were sold by Paul Plumb in Shoreham
High Street in the pre-decimalisation days.
Chanctonbury Morris 1954
& Mouth Disease Restrictions
& Mouth Disease regulations have come into force to empower
Local Authorities to close footpaths and rights of way. Notices have been
put on in the Adur Valley, with good reason. The Police have made sure
they are enforced and they have been complied with.
Public Rights of Way
and Foot & Mouth Disease
Floodline, Tel: 0845 988 1188
send any comments to: Andy
Jellyfish appear in Shoreham harbour.
a small garden pond in Shoreham, the daphnia (water fleas) are swarming
flits quickly across a south Lancing garden (TQ 185 046).
courtship behaviour in a Lancing town centre garden, one bird while perched
is repeatedly beats its wings. When the partner approaches something is
being passed between the beaks of the two birds. This may be regurgitated
food. Both birds stay near the middle of the Hawthorn tree (which is nearly
flowering) while the nest is at the top.
Nature & History - April Newsletter
to the web site by Ray Hamblett)
journal has been sent out to members of the British
Marine Life Study Society.
Floodline, Tel: 0845 988 1188
Records on the Adur eForum (you have to join)
Marine Life Study Society has an alternative web site address for its
Marine Wildlife of the North-east Atlantic (formerly
the British Marine Wildlife Forum)
UK Wildlife eGroups
Life eFora (Link)
Naturalists' Association (link)
the Sites of Special Scientific Interest using this link:
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| naldi | n. LME. [Fr. analogie or L analogia (Varro) f. Gk = equality
of ratios, proportion (orig. Math.), f. analogos proportionate, conformable.]
1 Appropriateness; correlation; correspondence or adaptation of one thing
to another. LME-L18. 2 Mathematical proportion; agreement of ratios. M16.
3 Equivalence or likeness of relations; agreement, parallelism; a similarity.
(Foll. by to, with, between.) M16. 4 A figure of speech involving a comparison;
a simile, a metaphor. M16. 5 Grammatical patterning; similarity of formative
or constructive linguistic processes. M16. b spec. Imitation of existing
words in forming (the inflections or constructions of) others, without
the existence of corresponding intermediate stages of formation. L19. 6
Logic. Resemblance of relations or attributes forming a ground of reasoning;
the process of reasoning from parallel cases. E17. 7 = ANALOGUE n. 1. M17.
8 Biol. Resemblance of form or function without fundamental identity. E19.
GOLDSMITH Some philosophers have perceived so much analogy to man in the
formation of the ocean, that they have not hesitated to assert its being
made for him alone. 3 BACON Which three parts active have a correspondence
and analogy with the three parts speculative. SIR T. BROWNE Who from some
analogy of name conceive the AEgyptian Pyramids to have been built for
granaries. D. BREWSTER There is still one property of sound, which has
its analogy also in light. 4 HOBBES According to the same analogy, the
Dove, and the Fiery Tonguesmight also be called Angels. D. M. THOMAS The
Church's dogmas, he said, smiling, were the whalebone of the soul. The
analogy delighted her. 5b JOYCE Unusual polysyllables of foreign origin
she interpreted phonetically or by false analogy. 6 W. STUBBS Analogyis
not proof, but illustration. 7 LYTTON The child is the analogy of a people
yet in childhood.
by analogy after an established pattern or model, by extension. by analogy
with, on the analogy of on the model of, in imitation of. draw an analogy
(between) make a comparison (between), point out similarities or parallelism
from The Oxford Interactive Encyclopedia
by The Learning Company, Inc. Copyright (c) 1997 TLC Properties Inc.
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now, gentle reader, let us hasten to the beach; the tide is near its ebb,
and yonder rocks, baring their shoulders to the sunshine, seems to rest
themselves in grim repose.
is the time for work.
boy ! the fishing basket and the muslin landing-net- a hammer and an iron
chisel. Mind, too, you don't forget the large glass jar with the handle
made of rope, wherein to put the specimens we find."
from the Aquarian Naturalist 1858
by Thomas Rymer Jones
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CHARLES 11 ESCAPE QUIZ
At what battle was King Charles II defeated before he made good his escape
from Shoreham ?
What was the name of the ship he left on ?
What event does Oak Apple Day celebrate ?
What was the French name of the port he arrived on the following day ?
Who was the captain of the coal brig in which Charles II sailed into exile
Who was the diarist to which King Charles II recanted his tale of the escape
What was the name of the merchant from Chichester who suggested that a
boat may be available at Shoreham ?
Which Colonel guided the escape flight and acted as the King's Master ?
Which Lord accompanied King Charles II on the coal-brig to France ?
On what day of the week did King Charles II leave Shoreham in the morning
of 16 October 1651 ?
Archaeological Society EGroup
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History Discussion Group
History of Shoreham-by-Sea
Adur Festival programme has been delivered to Adur residents and is available
at the Civic Centre with lots of exciting events, including World Oceans
Day, Glastonwick, Beach Dreams, Escape of King Charles II, Marlipins Museum
Exhibitions, Music Workshops and Performances including Richard Durant,
John Renbourne, The Hofners, Harry Strutters, as well as Adult Education,
Art Exhibitions and Talks, Special Religious Services, Comedies and
Adur Civic Centre
4 June 2001 to 15 June 2001 weekdays.
you wish to contribute please contact:
first contact is:
will need details of your exhibits, so the preferred method of the first
communication is by EMail with full details.
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