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Robert de Auberville was appointed to the position of Keeper of the
coast, then the name given to the office of Lord Warden of the
Cinque Ports in the year 1228. He was responsible for the general
security of the ports between Sandwich and Portsmouth. The
Confederation of Cinque Ports (pronounced "sink" ports, never as
the French cinq) is a historic series of coastal towns in Kent and
Sussex. It was originally formed for military and trade purposes,
but is now entirely ceremonial. It lies at the eastern end of the
English Channel, where the crossing to the continent is narrowest.
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