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Volumes in the collection: Relics of Old Southampton
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Full text:[...] SOME GREAT EVENTS. 153 St. Julian, the patron saint of travellers, and founded eleven years after the King's visit to Canterbury, was built largely for the. accommodation of travellers who came to pe [...]
Full text:[...] 154 SOME GEEAT EVENTS. such disaster had ever before come upon the town. However, Southampton people did not give up the struggle as hopeless, but they sent to the neighbouring towns and villages for [...]
Full text:[...] SOME GREAT EVENTS. 155 1 must now, and V 1 Jumping o'er times " " Turning the accomplishment of many years Into an hour glass," come to 1415, the date of Henry the Fifth's invasion of France. For fiv [...]
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:[...] 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:[...] 158 SOME GKEAT EVENTS. of rational treatment in medical cases. The custom was, when a house was stricken with plague, to shut it up, compelling- all the inhabitants to live there imprisoned till all [...]
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