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Full text:[...] 36 SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. to do. Not only has much been accomplished by active interference, but much also has been effected by public opinion coming from an united body of free citizens of a great [...]
Full text:[...] 32 not able to bring their grievances under the notice of the Turkish general, as the native interpreters, to whom alone they could entrust the matter, were animated by violent hatred and fanaticism t [...]
Full text:[...] 28 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF STREETS. 7 Blundell, Stephen 8 Stickland, Thomas Ekless, John J. 9 Veal, Mrs. Ann 9
Full text:[...] mate s handbook to southampton. Just above, in the Avenue, stands the Convent of La Saint Union Des Sacres-Cceurs, together with the adjacent Church of St. Edmund. Near at hand is the County Cricket [...]
Full text:[...] fflSl'ORY OF SOUTHAMPTON'. it The imports from these countr'es are large, while the exports are extensively carried on. Hampshire being one of the most fertile counties in England, make the exports f [...]
Full text:[...] ----------,-:-r-i--—-T-'--^' " April 24) 1912. SOUTHAMPTON AND DISTRICT PICTORIAL. BRITON v. BOER. THRILLING PAGES IN SOUTHAMPTON'S STIRRING STORY. [ByW. A. CLEAVE.] The Battle of Talana Hill.—Local [...]
Full text:[...] 3° In conclusion, aware of the high and well deserved influence possessed by your Excellency with the governing circle in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, the undersigned venture to ask that, when submi [...]
Full text:[...] 32 despatch of 24th May last, relative to the state of the Jewish quarter at Mogador, I have the honour to transmit copies of a despatch and inclosures I have received from Mr. Drummond Hay, repeating [...]
Full text:[...] MOROCCO. 35 V Whilst the relations of the Moors with non-Mahomedans would appear chiefly to be a question affecting the internal condition of Morocco, it happens in. the present case that the cause o [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX B.—SPEECH BY SIR JULIAN GOLDSMID. 35 then for several years under the presidency of Baron Henry de Worms. (Applause.) This Association has done much good work, to which I am about to refer. I [...]
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