Volumes in the collection: Relics of Old Southampton
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Full text:[...] 112 ARCHITECTURE IN SOUTHAMPTON. except in his own buildings ? Norman Shaw, almost rivalling Pugin in temporary influence, and far surpassing him in artistry, re-introduced the Queen-Anne style of bu [...]
Full text:[...] PREHISTORIC TIMES. 115 called " carvings and totems in flint," for which he claimed a human origin. I had the honour of answering him, and though he carried his case into several scientific courts, t [...]
Full text:[...] A WALK BOUND THE OLD WALLS OF SOUTHAMPTON. 119 four machicolations in the battlements over the centre arch, two to the east of the eastern, and one only to the west of the western buttress. The reaso [...]
Full text:[...] 120 A WALK BOUND THE OLD WALLS OF SOUTHAMPTON. Passing down Portland Street we shall arrive on the scene represented in our next slide. This depicts one of the recreations for which 18th century Sout [...]
Full text:[...] A WALK BOUND THE OLD WALLS OP SOUTHAMPTON. 121 perseverance of the Rev. T. L. Shapcott, of St. Michael's. The tower in the foreground of the picture before us affords, perhaps, the finest view that S [...]
Full text:[...] LITERATURE IN SOUTHAMPTON. 123 LITERATURE IN SOUTHAMPTON. By Bev. W. E. ASHDOWN, B.A., President of the Southampton Literary and Philosophical Society. In undertaking the task of speaking on Southamp [...]
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:[...] ]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:[...] LITERATURE IN SOUTHAMPTON. 127 whence for her health she went to Winchester, where she died (of con-sumpton) in 1817. A beautiful window and tablet mark the position of her resting place in our great [...]
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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