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Volumes in the collection: Relics of Old Southampton
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Full text:[...] 76 THE FRENCH CHURCH IN SOUTHAMPTON was held in this Church, by command of the King, as also in all the English Churches, in order to beseech the Lord to abate His wrath, and to make His judgments to [...]
Full text:[...] 78 THE FRENCH CHURCH IN SOUTHAMPTON Under these circumstances it is not surprising- that Papermaking in England did not derive advantage from the more inventive genius of Continental nations. Fuller, [...]
Full text:[...] SOME GEEAT EVENTS. 157 to be a very striking coincidence that not only was Southampton the place from which the British Empire had its rise,—for, as I have mentioned, the Hamton settlement became Wes [...]
Full text:[...] SOME CtBEAT EVENTS. 151 "Hamtonshire," but made themselves masters of the whole of the South of England. Later, under a long line of exceptionally able kings, of whom Alfred was one, the West Saxons [...]
Full text:[...] 156 SOME GBEAT EVENTS. VI. Moving a little further in history, we have to note another Royal visit, viz., that of Philip of Spain, in 1554, when he came to marry Queen Mary. Great things were expecte [...]
Full text:[...] MIDDLE AGES. 29 % 87 90 90a 90b 90c 91 Mr. G. H. Parker. A portion of the ribs of the old Danish Galley lying in the Hamble River between Bursledon and Botley. She was at least 13f0t. in length, caul [...]
Full text:[...] CORPORATION PLATE. 33 There are about a dozen examples in England of oars used as maces. Some are little models running into a silver case. Admiralty jurisdiction was granted to Southampton by Henry [...]
Full text:[...] (I) 2) 34 CORPORATION PLATE. (rf) The Fourth Mace is 12J inches long. It very closely resembles the last example in form and fashion, but retains its original flat end, with a crowned shield of the S [...]
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:[...] THE FRENCH CHURCH IN SOUTHAMPTON. 71 at the time when the verdict was given against the conspirators. A tablet to their memory was placed on the North Wall of the Chapel by John Lord Delawarr, who di [...]
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