Volumes in the collection: Relics of Old Southampton
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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:[...] 152 SOME GREAT EVENTS. ground, and not necessarily by a person who lived there. Shortly after this burning of the town by the Danes came the settlement of the two great Scandinavian leaders, Olaf of [...]
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:[...] 150 SOME GREAT EVENTS. of years, yet there are very few traces of the early centuries of their settlement, and we know much less of them and of their life in this neighbourhood from actual remains th [...]
Full text:[...] 148 THE DAWN OF HISTORY IN SOUTHAMPTON. is very evident that to accomplish this feat it was in no way necessary to conquer the country round Colchester on the north of the Thames, especially without [...]
Full text:[...] THE DAWN OF HISTORY IN SOUTHAMPTON. 145 In answer to the first question—"Where did Aulus Plautius land ? "—I claim that he landed by Southampton Water, for we are told he subdued the Isle of Wight an [...]
Full text:[...] DAWN OF HISTORY IN SOUTHAMPTON. 143 these people has been underestimated, and that the mistake arose from a comparison drawn by the Romans with themselves. The established history of this ancient bor [...]
Full text:[...] 140 EARLS OF SOUTHAMPTON. later : " great talk of the good end that my Lord Treasurer made, and is said to die with the cleanest hands that any Lord Treasurer did." He married three times. His first [...]
Full text:[...] 138 EAELS OF SOUTHAMPTON. the other for mee with portraitures of white alabaster or such lyke upon the said monuments." The tomb and its heraldry is the subject of an admirable paper by the late Mr. [...]
Full text:[...] earls or southampton. 135 his office as Lord Admiral of England." Detained at Calais by bad weather for fifteen days, Fitzwilliam beguiled the time by teaching the Princess to play at cards ; he wrot [...]
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