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Full text:[...] 'O (ifaurtf k SSkttit fkket, Respectfully begs to return his grateful thanks to the Nobility, Gentry, and the Public in general, for their very kind and liberal patronage during the last fourteen yea [...]
Full text:[...] Cope Collection SOU 02, •£ London & South-Western. mm UP™abPsengera°Personal Luggage collected, forwarded and delivered in advance. SOUTHAMPTON DOCKS. One Hour and Forty Minutes from LONDON (Waterloo [...]
Full text:[...] kelly's directory of southampton', 3% V)MSE¥—From ' George,' Above Bar street IiirleY & Frebmantle—From the Floating Bridge at 12.15 p.m. & 5.*5 P-"» TbAMCARS. tars leave Portswood every 20 minutes f [...]
Full text:[...] 32 (rr) 1632 to 1648 A.D.—Book of Recognizances of the Town of Southampton. (■is) 1638 to 1666 A.D.—Town of Southampton "Lease Ledger." (it) 1642 to 1678 A.D.—Assembly Book ; Register of Orders and o [...]
Full text:[...] 34 {III) 1707 to 1709 A.D.—Letter Book of Samuel Molyneux, the son of William Molyneux, the Mathematician, and friend of John Locke. (rnrnm) 1711 to 1747 A.D.—Register of Parochial Settlements. (jinn [...]
Full text:[...] < ' r tart §»arMitg must, S> WEE fllMID S> (opposite the custom-house, docks, and terminus,) SOUTHAMPTON, by W. CHEALE. W. C. having resided in Malta during Ten Years, hopes to be favoured with the p [...]
Full text:[...] DOCK HOTEL, and FAMILY BOARDING HOUSE, Intrfjmmptmi, NEARLY OPPOSITE THE DOCK GATE, AND TWO MINUTES* WALK FROM THE RAILWAY TERMINUS. COMFORTABLE SITTING AND AIRY BED-ROOMS. Mtra rail Ipirits nf % mq [...]
Full text:[...] E. BROWN & SON Butchers & Pork Dealers, 17 & 36, ABOVE BAR, Prime Ox Beef, South Down, Welsh, & Exmoor Mutton, Celebrated Sausages, Harris & Co.'s Calne telephone no.78. Bacon, Home Cured Earns. GARR [...]
Full text:[...] 52 * ;i southampton official ''tjll^%y—1920, V1 I '!,ir ji ■a Steam Towing Department. Offices, Canute road, Southampton. Telegraphic address, " Tugs, Southampton ;" towing supt. R. M. Etheridge Hyt [...]
Full text:[...] POST-OFFICE INFORMATION. 15 in the morning, during 15 minutes, for the London (day) mail; at 1 in the afternoon, during 30 minutes, for the Bath mail; at half-past 1 in the afternoon, for the Isle of [...]
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