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Volumes in the collection: Relics of Old Southampton
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Full text:[...] %To Southampton, Old Town, strong-stationed where the yearning Sea Flows in to meet his Rivers, where the Shore Is clad in forest-verdure evermore, And where the Suns are warm, the Breezes free. Gre [...]
Full text:[...] Hist of illustrations. Views of Old Southampton : From a drawing by Mr. R. M. Lucas ... ... ... Frontispiece General View of Large Hall, showing Roman and Prehistoric Remains ... ... ... to face p. 2 [...]
Full text:[...] PREFACE. i % This little volume owes its origin to a suggestion made by Lord Montagu of Beaulieu in the course of conversation after the opening of the Exhibition on September 12th. His Lordship thou [...]
Full text:[...] the opening ceremony. 11 TLbc ©pening Ceremony, Monday, September 12th, 1904. The Exhibition was formally opened at three o'clock on Monday afternoon, September 12th, the ceremony being undertaken by [...]
Full text:[...] 12 THE OPENING CEREMONY. ancient and modern—both of this borough and this county. This is not an exhibition which is to be merely examined with pleasurable curiosity and then forgotten. It will, if i [...]
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:[...] 14 THE OPENING CEREMONY. works of Brannon, the maps and engravings, letters of great interest, the Corporation plate, and the memorials of Isaac Watts and Charles Dibdin. His lordship also made some [...]
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:[...] 16 the opening ceremony. student of history must study these old relics. If he had been asked to give a name to that exhibition, he would have called it a "Library of Southampton's Books of the Past, [...]
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 [...]
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