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Volumes in the collection: Relics of Old Southampton
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Full text:[...] PATRONS. HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON, K.G., President of the Hartley University College. THE RIGHT HON. THE EARL OF NORTHBROOK, G.C.S.I., D.C.L., F.R.S. Lord Lieutenant of Hampshire. THE RIGHT H [...]
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:[...] 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:[...] the opening ceremony. 11 TLbc ©pening Ceremony, Monday, September 12th, 1904. The Exhibition was formally opened at three o'clock on Monday afternoon, September 12th, the ceremony being undertaken by [...]
Full text:[...] THE OPENING CEREMONY. 13 Hampshire), who was abroad, the Bishop of Winchester, the Bishop of Southampton, and the Principal of the College (Dr. Richardson), whose sympathies were deeply interested in [...]
Full text:[...] 14 THE OPENING CEREMONY. works of Brannon, the maps and engravings, letters of great interest, the Corporation plate, and the memorials of Isaac Watts and Charles Dibdin. His lordship also made some [...]
Full text:[...] THE OPENING CEREMONY. 15 looked upon this exhibition with indifference, thinking it a mere harmless amusement and a means of enjoyment with little or no educational value. He hoped that before the ex [...]
Full text:[...] 24 SOMAN REMAINS. II.-Relics of Roman Occupation from Southampton. There is only very slender evidence that the area of the walled town of Southampton was a site of Roman occupation. Scattered Roman [...]
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:[...] 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 [...]
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