LHG Bibliography: River Ouse

Ellis, Henry, Commissions of sewers for the Lewes levels, Sussex Archaeological Collections, 1858, 10, 95-99. [Full text of article]

Farrant, John H., Civil Engineering in Sussex around 1800, and the Career of Cater Rand, Sussex Industrial History, 1974, 6, 2-14. [PDF]
Cater Rand was from Lewes.

Farrant, John H., Shipowning at Newhaven in the Later 19th Century, Sussex Industrial History, 1978, 8, 17-23. [PDF]
Of the 17 ships registered with the port of Newhaven in 1872 eight had Lewes owners.

Farrant, John H., The evolution of Newhaven harbour and the lower Ouse before 1800, Sussex Archaeological Collections, 1972, 110, 44-60.
About Lewes trade, with Newhaven acting as the port of Lewes.

Gibbs, D.F., Farrant, J.H., The Upper Ouse Navigation, 1790-1868, Sussex Industrial History, 1970, 1, 23-40. [PDF]

Hill, Alan, Lower Ouse Navigation, 1934-1967, The Author, 1991.

Hill, Alan F., Port of Lewes in the 20th Century : Lower Ouse Navigation, The Author,  2000.

Kelly, Nick, The Upper Ouse Navigation, Sussex Industrial History, 2014, 44, 23-34. [PDF]
An abridged version of author’s unpublished dissertation.

Lower, Mark Antony, The Rivers of Sussex, part 1 (Eastern Division), Sussex Archaeological Collections, 1863, 15, 148-164.
River Ouse and its tributaries pp159-164, includes etymology of the rustic origin of Cooksbridge (where Simon de Montfort and his troops breakfasted before the Battle of Lewes). [Full text of article]

McCarthy, Edna; McCarthy, Mac, Sussex River: Journeys Along the Banks of the River Ouse, Part 2, Newhaven to Lewes, Lindel Publishing, 1977.

McCarthy, Edna; McCarthy, Mac, Sussex River: Journeys Along the Banks of the River Ouse, Part 3, Upstream, from Lewes to the Sources, Lindel Publishing, 1979.

Thomas, Andy; Baker, Norman, The Lewes Flood, SB Publications, 2001.