Volumes in the collection: Relics of Old Southampton
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Full text:[...] THE STREETS AND ROADS OF OLD SOUTHAMPTON. 85 evince in this town, that I have even heard of late a suggestion to change the name of that part of the borough which has associations with the earliest g [...]
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 STBEETS AND EOADS OP OLD SOUTHAMPTON. 88 that can be traced in this town. The advantage of access to the meeting place of the two rivers which in early time certainly was at the south end of High [...]
Full text:[...] 82 THE STREETS AND ROADS OF OLD SOUTHAMPTON. THE STREETS AND ROADS OF OLD SOUTHAMPTON. By T. W. SHORE, Hon. Organising Secretary of the Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society; Hon. Organisin [...]
Full text:[...] THE FRENCH CHURCH IN SOUTHAMPTON 81 at that period, and until recently, of the Heathcote family. From the Sir William Heathcote of that time Henry Portal received great kindness and consideration. At [...]
Full text:[...] 80 THE FRENCH CHURCH IN SOUTHAMPTON. there for eight or nine years. This was Henri Portal, who became the founder of a still existing- Hampshire family. His remarkable escape from France, after the R [...]
Full text:[...] THE FRENCH CHURCH IN SOUTHAMPTON. 79 Refugee families, and three of these were actually resident in Southampton or its neighbourhood. Their names were Adam de Cardonnel, Elias de Grouchy and Claude B [...]
Full text:[...] 78 THE FRENCH CHURCH IN SOUTHAMPTON Under these circumstances it is not surprising- that Papermaking in England did not derive advantage from the more inventive genius of Continental nations. Fuller, [...]
Full text:[...] THE FRENCH CHUBCJH IN SOUTHAMPTON. 77 some years previously been instituted as Rector of Millbrook, and thus discharged the twofold and unusual duty of ministering to a Conformist and to a Nonconform [...]
Full text:[...] 76 THE FRENCH CHURCH IN SOUTHAMPTON was held in this Church, by command of the King, as also in all the English Churches, in order to beseech the Lord to abate His wrath, and to make His judgments to [...]
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