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Full text:[...] index to streets. terrace, Northam Chapel street, St. Mary's Charles street, Marsh lane Charlotte street, Briton street Chesterfield terrace, Castle square Chichester road ......... Church street, Ch [...]
Full text:[...] %To Southampton, Old Town, strong-stationed where the yearning Sea Flows in to meet his Rivers, where the Shore Is clad in forest-verdure evermore, And where the Suns are warm, the Breezes free. Gre [...]
Full text:[...] SOUTHAMPTON. Southampton is a seaport, parliamentary and municipal borough, union, and market town, seat of a county court, district registry of the High Court of Justice and head of a rural deanery, [...]
Full text:[...] INDEX TO STREETS. I St. Andrew's road ......54 St. Lawrence road, Canute road 13 St. Mark's road, St. Mary's road 45 St. Mark's terrace, St. Mary's _ road ... .........46 St. Mary s buildings, St. Ma [...]
Full text:[...] •r KHLLY's DIRECTORY OF SOUTHAMPTON. communications connecting the town with the eastern bank of Southampton Water. The shores of the estuary or bay are richly wooded, and afford a continuous stretch [...]
Full text:[...]  % ; tjj ;.r.' -A .. Southaotton is: a seaport, at parliamentary and county and- municipal berougb. and market town = and parish, county court district, petty !sessional division and district regist [...]
Full text:[...] CONTENTS. 19.—Southampton as connected with the late South African War 20.—Maps, Plans, and Facsimiles produced at Ordnance Survey Office, South = ampton 21.—Objects connected with Southampton in mor [...]
Full text:[...] mate's handbook to southampton. Empress Eugenie caught the last glimpse of the Prince Imperial as he left for South Africa, like, alas ! many a true hearted comrade, never to return. Radley's Hotel, [...]
Full text:[...] SOUTHAMPTON UIBEGTOBY—1920. The ancient doorway by the'beach, closed up for security at the time the French ravaged the town in 1338, has been restored by the Corporation, to whom the building belong [...]
Full text:[...] ITS HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES. 11 price; and we may judge of the importance of this trade from the fact that in the time of Henry VI. no less stately a personage than Sir Thomas Coke, the mayor of Lond [...]
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