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The Atlantic Monthly, volume 12, No. 73, November, 1863

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We may think what we will ofCherbourg, England views it in the light of a perpetual menace. To theproud challenge she has sent back a sturdy defiance. Right opposite toit, on her nearest shore, she has reared a "Gibraltar of the Channel. "If you take your map, you will perceive, facing Cherbourg, andprojecting from the southern coast of England, the little island ofPortland, which at low tide becomes a peninsula, and is connected withthe main land by Chesil Bank, a low ridge of shingle ten mile...s long. Onthe extreme north of this island, looking down into Weymouth Bay, is alittle cluster of rocky hills, rising sharply to a considerable height, and occupying, perhaps, a space of sixty acres. This is where thefortress, or Veme, as it is called, is built. On the northern side, thecliff lifts itself up from the waters of the bay almost in aperpendicular line, and is absolutely inaccessible. On all other sidesthe Veme has been isolated by a tremendous chasm, which makes the dryditch of the fort.

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