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Volumes in the collection: Relics of Old Southampton
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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:[...] THE STREETS AND BO ADS OP OLD SOUTHAMPTON". 99 where he conducted a brilliant march through the enemy's country to the relief of the Duke of York. Anglesea Place was named after the Marquis of Angles [...]
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 [...]
Full text:[...] ]26 LITERATUBE IN SOUTHAMPTON. horse Arundel is found dead in the stable, and Bevis and Josian die in each other's arms. The story, as a story, is of French origin. Whether any early Saxon hero, any [...]
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 [...]
Full text:[...] 134 EARLS OF SOUTHAMPTON. he was sent to France regarding the marriage of the Duke of Angouleme, the French King's son, with the Princess Elizabeth. He was on the Council in 1536 with regard to the c [...]
Full text:[...] THOMAS WRIOTHESLEY (igog-xsgo). Baron Wriothesley of TitchReld, and ist Earl of Southampton of that name. From the Picture in the posseesion of Lord Montagu of Beaulieu, at Palace House, Beaulieu. [...]
Full text:[...] earls or southampton. 135 his office as Lord Admiral of England." Detained at Calais by bad weather for fifteen days, Fitzwilliam beguiled the time by teaching the Princess to play at cards ; he wrot [...]
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