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Full text:[...] SOME GEEAT EVENTS. 157 to be a very striking coincidence that not only was Southampton the place from which the British Empire had its rise,—for, as I have mentioned, the Hamton settlement became Wes [...]
Full text:[...] Its history and antiquities. 25 cover the encl of the eastern ditch. Used in later times as a bridewell for felons and debtors, it is said that the father of Dr. Watts having been imprisoned in this [...]
Full text:[...]  19 (16) 1595-6 A.D.—The Roll of the moneys collected for the relief of the Poor in the Town of Southampton ; for a single year. (17) 1604-1680 A.D.—Three Bundles of Private Nomination Rolls, 1604-2 [...]
Full text:[...] 34 Adjoining these latter, in the lano leading into French-street, a piece of stone wall containing three circular arch cases is the only existing remains of the ancient Woollen Hall, which formerly [...]
Full text:[...] A WALK BOUND THE OLD WALLS OF SOUTHAMPTON. 119 four machicolations in the battlements over the centre arch, two to the east of the eastern, and one only to the west of the western buttress. The reaso [...]
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