Volumes in the collection: Relics of Old Southampton
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Full text:[...] MIDDLE AGES. 27 46 n 19 50 50a ■ warn mm mm T. W. S. Mr. Charles Cookscy, Ancient Folding Key andMeW Case, found in Blue Anchor Lane, dated o?.g Pi«Tir/a;L%Snto'7' •°™>i»s— <3 GlaSS Botticts from a G [...]
Full text:[...] 32 BOROUGH DOCUMENTS. The largest number of entries are quit claims, and conveyances of land so numerous that it would hardly be a difficult matter to compile a directory of the town, say in the time [...]
Full text:[...] EA.KLS OF SOUTHAMPTON. 1S9 Southampton never ceased to cherish his passion for books, which was implanted in him from childhood, and brought him the personal intimacy of Shakespeare. A valuable colle [...]
Full text:[...] 40 ISAAC WATT8. Bar C%wro^. 196 Original Oil Portrait of Dr. Isaac Watts. 197 Description of ditto. 198 Portrait of Father of ditto. 199 ProGle Portrait of the Rev. Thomas Adkins, in wax, by the Sout [...]
Full text:[...]  {[able of Contents. I.- -Preface. PAGE 9 I II.- -Report of the Opening Meeting. Speeches by Alderman E. Gayton, Lord Montagu of Beaulieu, the Mayor of Southampton, Sir George Hussey, Dr. Easton, [...]
Full text:[...] 36 MAPS AND PLANS. Mr. Burrongh Hill. 134 Original Design for Stag Gates. 135 Plan of Canal, 1770. 136 Plan of the Road to Botley, 179o, by Joseph Hill. Mr. II. Lashmore. 137 Small Map of Hampshire, [...]
Full text:[...] 66 PROGRAMME. BaUp Bycursions. Bach day, at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. (and at other times by arrangement), parties from the Exhibition will be conducted to The Tudor House (by kind permission of W. P. G. Sp [...]
Full text:[...] CHARLES DIBDIN. 41 reputation as the greatest of English song writers ; he taught tens of thousands of youthful Britons to believe with all their hearts and all their souls that they were bound to la [...]
Full text:[...] THE STBEETS AND BO ADS OP OLD SOUTHAMPTON. 97 of Southampton and its neighbourhood with her American biographer, Oscar Fay Adams, a friend of the Longfellow family, in order to identify the streets a [...]
Full text:[...] LITERATURE IN SOUTHAMPTON. 129 and metaphor, phrase and expression, invocations and apostrophes, are obviously not so much Miltonian as borrowed directly, even if unconsciously, from the great Epic o [...]
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