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Volumes in the collection: Relics of Old Southampton
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Full text:[...] MISCELLANEOUS. 51 512 513 514 515 516 517 518 519 520 521 522 523 524 525 526 527 528 529 530 Military Cap of John Butler Harrison, 1763 (see Note p. 55). Relics of Henry Robinson Hartley, founder of [...]
Full text:[...] SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES. 53 on the 13th May. His heart was placed in a vase and buried in Westminster Abbey near the shrine of St. Edward the Confessor; his body was honourably carried to Hailes, and the [...]
Full text:[...] 84 TI-IE STREETS AND ROADS OE OLD SOUTHAMPTON. Anglo Saxon relics have been found, may be ascribed to that age. The Saxon moot place on the Common also certainly had a path leading to it, and that pa [...]
Full text:[...] 88 THE STREETS AND ROADS OF OLD SOUTHAMPTON. Simnel Street was the locality of the old bakers of fine bread. In the north of England bread known as Simnel cake is still made. The old Woolhouse, at th [...]
Full text:[...] THE STREETS AND ltOADS OE OLD SOUTHAMPTON.
Full text:[...] 96 TI-IE STREETS AND ROADS OF OLD SOUTHAMPTON. of my published writings, and whether relating to Hampshire or London, it describes me as " T. W. Shore, of Southampton," and that I am well content to [...]
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:[...] 110 ARCHITECTURE IN SOUTHAMPTON. Of modern buildings, those ere'cted since Queen Victoria's accession, I shall describe but one, and that one in which we ought all to be interested, the Hartley Unive [...]
Full text:[...] 22 PREHISTORIC REMAINS. Much more is known of Neolithic man than of his predecessors. In Switzerland, they lived in huts built upon piles in the lakes. They had domestic animals, cultivated cereals, [...]
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