Volumes in the collection: Relics of Old Southampton
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Full text:[...] DAWN OF HISTORY IN SOUTHAMPTON. 143 these people has been underestimated, and that the mistake arose from a comparison drawn by the Romans with themselves. The established history of this ancient bor [...]
Full text:[...] 148 THE DAWN OF HISTORY IN SOUTHAMPTON. is very evident that to accomplish this feat it was in no way necessary to conquer the country round Colchester on the north of the Thames, especially without [...]
Full text:[...] SOME CtBEAT EVENTS. 151 "Hamtonshire," but made themselves masters of the whole of the South of England. Later, under a long line of exceptionally able kings, of whom Alfred was one, the West Saxons [...]
Full text:[...] 152 SOME GREAT EVENTS. ground, and not necessarily by a person who lived there. Shortly after this burning of the town by the Danes came the settlement of the two great Scandinavian leaders, Olaf of [...]
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:[...] 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:[...] 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:[...] 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:[...] 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. 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 [...]
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