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Full text:[...] ' f.' " SOUTHAMPTON AND DISTRICT PICTORIAL. September 25, 191a. In Lighter Vein. ROUND THE TOWN. j was honoured by the presence of Royalty, Queen ' Alexandra coming over from Osborne in a steam launc [...]
Full text:[...] mrmrd' ana Jttutual Cattle insurance association. (1)1(1)1(1) ■ OFFICES, STRAND, LONDON. Registered according to the Provisions of Act 7 & 8 Vict, c. 110. This association commenced business on the 2 [...]
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Full text:[...] 318 LYMINOTOX, neighbourhood of southampton. adjusted «o as to form a loving cup; the Corporate seal of silver dates from 1669. The Local Board under the powers vested in them have supplied their dis [...]
Full text:[...] GENERAL INFORMATION. 435 THE HARTLEY INSTITUTION, SOUTHAMPTON. founded by the bequest of the late henry robinson hartley esq., in the year 1850. publicly opened by the late viscount palmerston, e.g., [...]
Full text:[...] SOUTH HANTS INFIRMARY, Patron—The Lord Bishop of Winchester. Vice-Patrons—The Duke of Buccleuch, the Marquis of Conyngham, and the Viscount Palmerston. President—Charles Hilgrove Hammond, Esq. vice-p [...]
Full text:[...] advertisements. 189 SOUTH HANTS INFIRMARY, SOUTHAMPTON". Patron—The Lord Bishop of Winchester. Vice Patrons: The Duke of Buccleuch I The Viscount Palmerston The Marquis of Conyngham | The Lord Montag [...]
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Full text:[...] GENERAL INFORMATION, 403 THE SOUTHAMPTON, ISLE OF WIGHT, AND SOUTH OF ENGLAND ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET COMPANY, LIMITED. Offices—No. 2, High street, Southampton. Directors. Chairman—A. Lamb, Esq., j.p [...]
Full text:[...]  August 21, 1912. SOUTHAMPTON AND DISTRICT PICTORIAL. BRITON v. BOER. THRILLING PAGES IN SOUTHAMPTON'S STIRRING STORY. [By W. A. CLEAVE.] The Barberton Railway Smash: Terrible Disaster to Hampshire V [...]
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