Eamont

(from the article `Eden, River`) ...short, swift right-bank tributaries from the great escarpment of the Pennines and longer left-bank tributaries from the Lake District and its ...
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Eamont

[schooner] Eamont was an opium clipper built in Cowes. It was the subject of an 1891 book, A cruise in an opium clipper, by Captain Lindsay Anderson. Eamont was involved in the opening of Japan to foreigners in 1858, serving as a dispatch boat between Nagasaki and Shanghai, and was one of the first vessels to open up a trade with Formosa. =...
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