CORPORATION OF TRINITY HOUSE TOWER HILL
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Chief of three British boards, the other two having jurisdiction in Scotland and Ireland ; providing, out of dues levied on passing ships, all lights, beacons, buoys, for England, Wales, Channel Islands, Gibraltar, Heligoland ; formed under Henry VII., incorporated by Henry VIII. ; composed of retired commanders of R.N. and of the merchant service ; the working members, Elder Brethren, elected from the honorary, Younger Brethren.
By Henry Percy Smith
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