A sunken rock, called the Bell Rock, near the
North Bishops, on the coast of Wales, which has
hitherto not been marked on the charts, has
recently been examined and found to have eight
feet of water on it at low water springs, and lies
E.S.E. two and a quarter cables from the north-
east end of the North Bishops, with the western
part of the Carreg-trai rocks S.E., centre of
Carreg Rhoson S.W. half S., and the South
Bishop in line with the two outer rocks of
Carreg Rhoson S.W. westerly.