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Robert Milligan bronze statue was put up in 1813 and torn down in 2020 it stood for 207 years !

Below are words from a book published in year of 1816, titled : (The Beauties of England and Wales, Or, Delineations, Topographical, Historical, and Descriptive, of Each County, Volume 10, Issue 4) Pg. 306-308

“The whole of the ground purchased by the Dock company comprises 204 acres. On the north is the import-dock,” which occupies an extent of thirty acres. The dock for loading outward bound ships is on the south, and covers an area of about twenty-four acres. The whole is surrounded by a boundary wall; and the import dock is still farther secured by a wet ditch, guarded by a brick wall and iron railing. The entrance basin at Blackwall occupies six acres, and communicates, by means of two locks, with the import and export docks. The basin at Limehouse likewise communicates with both these docks. On the north side is a range of convenient, well built, and most capacious ...

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Just sat down with Kim Klacik about her appearance on The View this morning which is tearing up the Internet right now...

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View as I drove home from a neighboring town where my friend's home was saved twice- once last night when it came near her backyard and then again today when a hotspot by her house flared up. Grateful for firefighters and their work saving her home. Even during all this craziness there is much to be thankful for.

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