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Full text:[...] 57 St. Peteb's Chtech is an elegant edifice, constructed ■with stone in 1846. Its style is the early Norman, and though simple and not much enriched, is worked out with great care and earnestness. Th [...]
Full text:[...] 2 This Roman station, or fortress, was called Clausen-turn. From it a Roman Road proceeded northward to Winchester (Yenta Belgarum), another eastward to Chichester (Regnum) ; and from the Winchester [...]
Full text:[...] 12 said to hare visited the town with Anne Boleyn, and to have been lodged in the old mansion in St. Michael's square. He certainly appears to have known the place and even its inhabitants better tha [...]
Full text:[...] \\' - 17 which subsequently joined the rest of the army in Egypt, encamped on Netley Common ; and it is scarcely necessary to add that Southampton w&s zealous in volunteering against the anticipated [...]
Full text:[...] 21 Norman work, and it has a ponderous roof formed of chestnut beams. It formerly served as a prison for prisoners of war, whose initials are cut in the timbers, and bear witness to the weariness of [...]
Full text:[...] 29 are the inner walls of the Arcade ; that to the left has two segmental-headed doors, with marks of other openings, but it has been very much disfigured. The excavations for sewerage at this point [...]
Full text:[...] 43 appears in the deep shadow. The Lions sejant, now standing like sentries on either hand, were formerly placed outside the ditch. Until quite recently the buttresses on either side the gateway were [...]
Full text:[...] 44 THE PUBLIC PARK. This Park which is of an extent rarely met with in a town of the size and commercial importance of Southampton, form one of its most pleasing features. It was laid out on several [...]
Full text:[...] 55 the visitor will, at the Baltic "Wharf, take the road to the left, at first hearing the deceptive title of Marine Parade; the Gas "Works succeed on the left, with wharves, &c., the village'of Itch [...]
Full text:[...] 63 ROMSEY Is soon entered, in a most agreeable situation, with copious streams of fresh water, and surrounded by-rich meadows, corn fields, and luxuriant woods. Here was a nunnery, of which little re [...]
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