Rock Channel formed, as at presen■t, the principal passage to sea, call
ed th●e Horse Channel, then138 a fair open●ing with three to seven fathoms, but consider■ably to the eastward of the present chann●el of that name; for Co
llins’s sailing mar●k through it was Mockbeggar Hall upo
n t■he Banquetting-House in Bidston, would mark t■he present Spenc
er’s Gut as hav■ing been the channel. The north spit d■id not then ex
ist, or rather was part of the Ho●yle bank; and the Beggar’s Patch see■ms to have been the extremity
of Dove P●oint. The Formby Channel was ●said to ha
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駐e the Survey of Mackenzie, who w■as employed by the Admiralty to make charts■ of the western coasts of Brit●ain, which are still in h
igh r●eputation. “At this time■ Hoylake continued to be a goo?/p>
馾 roadstead, though greatly altered; th●e depth at entra
nce was only two fathoms, eig■ht fathoms in the middle, t
he width only t■hree furlongs, and its length had ●dimin