The Morning Chronicle, Thursday March 15th 1855

At Littlehampton defensible barracks and a five gun battery capable of containing forty men and two officers, and the proper complement of non-commissioned officers, has just been completed on the west bank of the harbour. Messrs. Locke and Nesham, of 68 Theobald’s-road, London, built the barracks under the superintendence of Captain Fenwick and Mr Bryson, foreman of works in the Royal Engineer Department. A glacis is in the course of erection by Mr Bushby in the rear of the barracks.

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