Volumes in the collection: Relics of Old Southampton
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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:[...] 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 and scenes for the purpose of [...]
Full text:[...] 100 ARCHITECTURE IN SOUTHAMPTON. ARCHITECTURE IN SOUTHAMPTON. By R. MACDONALD LUCAS, Bargate Chambers, Southampton. Southampton is so rich in buildings of archaeological rather than of strictly archi [...]
Full text:[...] ARCHITECTURE IN SOUTHAMPTON. 103 filled up and rendered invisible, is now easily seen from the street. Judging- from the extent to which the loop-holes have been damaged, a great many arrows must hav [...]
Full text:[...] 104 ARCHITECTURE IN SOUTHAMPTON. liill is behind Albion Place in the north-west, quarter of a mile from Polymond's Tower. And it does not seem reasonable to suppose that in 1880 our present " Castle [...]
Full text:[...] 106 ARCHITECTURE IN SOUTHAMPTON. happily, time for further consideration of the subject was gained, and the Committee came to see that after all the straight building line was not an essential of the [...]
Full text:[...] ARCHITECTURE IN SOUTHAMPTON. 107 very graceful and flowing lines suggestive of the French Flamboyant Style of Gothic. The original Church stood in the middle of the street, and the foundations of the [...]
Full text:[...] ARCHITECTURE IN SOUTHAMPTON. 109 of their forefathers' skill. Such houses among many others are Bugle House in Bugle Street, No. 15, Hanover Buildings, No. L, High Street, said to have been for a tim [...]
Full text:[...] 124 LITERATURE IN SOUTHAMPTON. Southampton took its part in many stirring events in our island's history. To say nothing of earlier times, Roman or Saxon, it was one of the most frequented and noted [...]
Full text:[...] 128 LITERATURE IN SOUTHAMPTON. thoughts, I cannot recall anything in them the suggestion or origin of which is clearly to be attributed to the Hampshire port. In any case, even in the absence of dire [...]
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