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Volumes in the collection: Relics of Old Southampton
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Full text:[...] 84 TI-IE STREETS AND ROADS OE OLD SOUTHAMPTON. Anglo Saxon relics have been found, may be ascribed to that age. The Saxon moot place on the Common also certainly had a path leading to it, and that pa [...]
Full text:[...] THE STREETS AND BO ADS OF OLD SOUTHAMPTON. 87 on the convex side of the river bend, and the alluvial marsh on the concave side at Bittern, the fortified site of Clausentum. Among the medieval street [...]
Full text:[...] 90 THE STREETS AND ROADS OF OLD SOUTHAMPTON. What can I say of Lord's lane the ancient name for Blue Anchor lane, and the remains at its lower end of its old portcullis grooves, or the Biddlesgate at [...]
Full text:[...] THE STREETS AND ltOADS OE OLD SOUTHAMPTON.
Full text:[...] THE STREETS AND KOADS OF OLD SOUTHAMPTON. 95 ironstained sandstone of the Bagshot geological age, not good enough for building purposes. The mount went first and then the rocklike mass below, as I sa [...]
Full text:[...] 96 TI-IE STREETS AND ROADS OF OLD SOUTHAMPTON. of my published writings, and whether relating to Hampshire or London, it describes me as " T. W. Shore, of Southampton," and that I am well content to [...]
Full text:[...] 98 THE STREETS AND ROADS OF OLD SOUTHAMPTON. search of the picturesque." William Curtis, the distinguished botanist of this period, and Latham the distinguished ornethologist, were Hampshire resident [...]
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. Ill fine apartments, including a museum and art gallery, lecture rooms, and the large hall, which, with its galleries, can accommodate twelve hundred people. Although wit [...]
Full text:[...] LITEBATUfiE IN SOUTHAMPTON. 125 spouse. Beves, at this time, a boy of seven, is also in danger, but is finally sold for a large sum to heathen merchants, who take him and present him to King Ermin of [...]
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