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Free Library—
252 On the Itchen at Woodmill— C. F. Williams.
253 Tree Study in the New Forest—
251 The Domed Sky, Bitterne— „
255 Southampton, from Hythe Shore— ,,
256 Bitterne, after Snow— ,,
257 Netley Hospital from Bursledon— „
258 Sunrise on Bitterne Common—
259 Twilight from Royal Pier— ,,
260 Dock Head from W'oolston Shore— ,,
261 Winter Sunrise from Bitterne Common—
262 Timber Ships on the Itchen— ,,
263 Dock Head, Southampton— ,,
264 July after glow, near Northam Bridge— ,,
265 (another) Southampton from Hythe Shore— ,,
266 Sunset on the Western Shore— „
267 Southampton from East side of the Itchen— ,,
268 Dawn, Bitterne- „
269 Bitterne Common before Sunrise- -
270 Studies— G. F. Sargent.
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Mr. H. Glasspool. Picture of some Tiles of St. Denys Priory.
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Mr, J. T. Hamilton.
Fine Miniature of Rev. Thomas Adkins, of Above Bar Church, when he was 19 years of a^O (luUoy.
Mr. Burrough Hill.
Southampton, 1810 (artist unknown).
Regatta Bay, by Carpenter.
Infirmary Stone-Laying, by Carpenter.
Southampton, from Western Shore (artist unknown).
The High Street, from Bargate, looking South, 1811, by Tobias Young.
Portrait of Charles Frederick Will ams, by Painter.
A" HerkomerTree ^ CottaSe in Bannister Park (an early sketch), by Hubert
Mr. Henry Robinson Hartley's House, High Street (site of the present Hartley College—artist unknown). J
Southampton from Western Shore, by Heriot, French artist.
Red Rover Coach, in Southampton Avenue (artist unknown).
North Side of the Bargate (artist unknown).
Southampton Baths, by David Cox.
Southampton from Itchen, by David Cox.
Bargate with proposed Clock Tower, by Brannon.
■ Philip Brannon was born in the Isle of Wight, but practised for many years m Southampton as an Architect. His designs were picturesque and artistic.
The principal and best specimen of his work in Southampton is the Church of the baviour (Unitarian , London Road. His chief forte, Tiowever, was that of an engraver and illustrator, in which capacities he was most successful— and his works were very prolific-and his illustrations of Southampton, Bournemouth (in its early days), and the Isle of Wight were most effective and pleasing
Kitchen of Netley Abbey, by Michael Angelo Rooker.
Southampton by Moonlight (oil—artist unknown).
View of Southampton from near the Baths ioil), by Samuel Austin Jiew, of Southampton from End of New Pier (oil), by Samuel Austin.
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Southampton, from Millbrook Shore, bv S. Pettier.
Southampton, from Bitterne, by Tobias Young.
Bargate without Piercings.
Holy Rood Church and Proclamation House ("artist unknown).
St. Denis Priory (artist unknown).
Canute's Castle by Moonlight, by William Pether.
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Mr. Edmund Lucas.
Water colour, by Jefferson, The North W. Angle of the Town.
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