Volumes in the collection: Relics of Old Southampton
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Full text:[...] 110 ARCHITECTURE IN SOUTHAMPTON. Of modern buildings, those ere'cted since Queen Victoria's accession, I shall describe but one, and that one in which we ought all to be interested, the Hartley Unive [...]
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:[...] 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 FRENCH CHURCH IN SOUTHAMPTON. 73 her transgression, and has promised to make public acknowledgment of it whenever called upon to do so." In 1583, July 7th, appears one of many entries relating to [...]
Full text:[...] 72 THE FRENCH CHURCH IN SOUTHAMPTON. us unto this your towne where we should freely and peaceably make our abode and quietly exercise marchandizing." The petition contains six specific requests, the [...]
Full text:[...] SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES. 53 on the 13th May. His heart was placed in a vase and buried in Westminster Abbey near the shrine of St. Edward the Confessor; his body was honourably carried to Hailes, and the [...]
Full text:[...] 42 F. Xj. SEIDELL. Mr. Henry Dacombc. 223 Oil Painting, portrait of a Lady. 224- Pencil Drawing. 225 Engraving. XIV, 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 24 [...]
Full text:[...] CHARLES DIBDIN. 41 reputation as the greatest of English song writers ; he taught tens of thousands of youthful Britons to believe with all their hearts and all their souls that they were bound to la [...]
Full text:[...] (I) 2) 34 CORPORATION PLATE. (rf) The Fourth Mace is 12J inches long. It very closely resembles the last example in form and fashion, but retains its original flat end, with a crowned shield of the S [...]
Full text:[...] CORPORATION PLATE. 33 There are about a dozen examples in England of oars used as maces. Some are little models running into a silver case. Admiralty jurisdiction was granted to Southampton by Henry [...]
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