It must have been a wild time when the apple-bowed Dutch men-of-war cleared the Swashway, and held on straight up the medway.
It stands at the base of a hill on the right bank of the medway.
Not for nothing had he watched the men thatching the oast-house by the medway.
Happily, however, sail was got on her and she arrived safely in the river medway.
Can medway have not been what he seemed on the surface, after all?
For I never saw ships such as these; no, not even in the medway.
Situated in the hundred of Larkefield, in the lathe of Aylesford, near the river medway.
That obstacle is the estuary of the medway, which Rochester guarded and possessed.
The locks on the medway are primitive in their construction and heavy to work.
Mr. medway was astonished and shocked at the unreasonableness of his late rival.