Volumes in the collection: Relics of Old Southampton
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Full text:[...]  THE LEGENDARY SWORD OF SIR BE VIS. Length, about 8 feet. (See Catalogue,No. 96). [...]
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:[...] 30 BIB BEVIS. of Bevis and his sons when the people of London wished to make him a prisoner. He began the poem in the 6-lined stanza, a favourite romance metre which was utilized by Chaucer in his bu [...]
Full text:[...]  {[able of Contents. I.- -Preface. PAGE 9 I II.- -Report of the Opening Meeting. Speeches by Alderman E. Gayton, Lord Montagu of Beaulieu, the Mayor of Southampton, Sir George Hussey, Dr. Easton, [...]
Full text:[...] PEO GRAMME. 59 PROGRAMME OF A GRAND LOAN EXHIBITION <0f£> (Reftce of Illustrating the Ancient Life and History of the Borough, a iy TO BE HELD AT THE HARTLEY UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, -> & <----- OPENING C [...]
Full text:[...] 48 PHOTOGRAPHS. 463 464 465 466 467 jfr. IF. n. *Farr. Ivy Cottage, Itchen Ferry, in 1804. f. A. TFegWo&g. Print of the Bargate, Southampton, by Thos. Seed, ilated 1814. Print of the Watergate, South [...]
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 [...]
Full text:[...] Hist of illustrations. Views of Old Southampton : From a drawing by Mr. R. M. Lucas ... ... ... Frontispiece General View of Large Hall, showing Roman and Prehistoric Remains ... ... ... to face p. 2 [...]
Full text:[...] MIDDLE AGES. 29 % 87 90 90a 90b 90c 91 Mr. G. H. Parker. A portion of the ribs of the old Danish Galley lying in the Hamble River between Bursledon and Botley. She was at least 13f0t. in length, caul [...]
Full text:[...] CRADLE OF HENRY V. 37 146 (i) (2) In connec'. ion with this exhibit should be noted The Stone Cannon Balls from the Hartley College Museum. These were dredged from the mud in the neighbourhood of the [...]
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