Volumes in the collection: Relics of Old Southampton
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Full text:[...] W. end of Bar-gate Street. Defended W. end of Northern moat. AUDIT HOUSE, High Street. Designed by John Crunden ; built 1771. BAR-GATE, THE, High Street. Central archway Norman. Enlarged, and Hanking [...]
Full text:[...] the Mayor of Southampton (Alderman E.T.Wise), Rev. Canon Durst, the Rev. G. W. Minns, Col. D. A. Johnston, C.B., R.E., Sir George Hussey, the Rev. Father Davis, Col. E. Bance, Alderman H. I. Sanders [...]
Full text:[...] THE OPENING CEREMONY. 13 Hampshire), who was abroad, the Bishop of Winchester, the Bishop of Southampton, and the Principal of the College (Dr. Richardson), whose sympathies were deeply interested in [...]
Full text:[...] THE OPENING CEREMONY. 15 looked upon this exhibition with indifference, thinking it a mere harmless amusement and a means of enjoyment with little or no educational value. He hoped that before the ex [...]
Full text:[...] THE OPENING CEREMONY. 17 hammer figured in the first volume of their Hants Field Club proceedings, an object of great interest, and a bronze celt, one of a series presented by Mr. Darwin. If they had [...]
Full text:[...] NOTE INTRODUCTORY TO THE CATALOGUE. «t*HE compilers of this Catalogue, as they send the last sheets of it to press, are overwhelmed with a sense of its defects Not only have they had to prepare most [...]
Full text:[...] PREHISTORIC REMAINS 21 Catalogue of ffijrbtbtts. I__Relics of Prehistoric Times. The science of Prehistoric Archaeology is one whose birth is comparatively recent. Its object is to throw light upon t [...]
Full text:[...] ROMAN REMAINS. 25 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 fiarasSwaythlingand beyond. A peculiar form of Sloden ware was the " thumb pot," of which many examples are shewn, and a good series of vessels from Sloden itse [...]
Full text:[...] 30 BIB BEVIS. of Bevis and his sons when the people of London wished to make him a prisoner. He began the poem in the 6-lined stanza, a favourite romance metre which was utilized by Chaucer in his bu [...]
Full text:[...] into the Black Book, chieflv such as certain bequests affecting the town. One of them—that of John Stavelly, 1560—displays the relation in which the Mayor stood to the town, the testator desiring [...]
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