The mill stood on a tidal stream which ran into the Tyne near to Wallsend.
The cost of the Wallsend coal on board the ship may be stated at 10s.
Mr. Buddle, of Wallsend, whose statistics of the coal-trade have been quoted by McCulloch and other writers on the subject.
Section of carboniferous strata, at Wallsend, Newcastle, showing "Creeps."
Wallsend, wawlz′end, n. a kind of coal originally dug at Wallsend on the Tyne.
The idea provoked me, and with a sudden impulse I held the packet out over the blazing Wallsend, two-thirds minded to drop it in.
The familiar name of "Wallsend" coals reminds us of this connection between the Tynemouth colliery district and the Wall's end.
It was a morning to make the hardiest give in to the temptation of a hundred-weight of best Wallsend, blazing.
The remains of this great wall still lie from Wallsend to the west coast.