Volumes in the collection: Paul Brothers' Southampton Guide
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Full text:[...] 115 CHURCHES, CHAPELS AND CLERGYMEN. {The numbers refer to the Page where described). ESTABLISHED CHUHCHES IN SOUTHAMPTON. All Saints, High-st. (41). Rector, Rev. S. Obbard, M.A. Holy Rhood, High-str [...]
Full text:[...] 106 • and amidst its noble yew trees, and this trip should include the town and vicinity of Stockbridge. The rich valley of the river above Romsey, and the ancient and interesting mansion of MoTTisro [...]
Full text:[...] 94 Chandler's Ford (6), Otterbourne (8), Compton (10), St. Cross (11), Winchester (12). Hilly but splendid surface at all times. III.—To Winchester, C., through Hursley.—By the Upper Eoad as above (B [...]
Full text:[...] 48 number of persons, such as draughtsmen, engravers, computors, tracers, printers, &c.; the buildings were formerly used as a military Asylum for Orphans. Photozincography is carried on in this esta [...]
Full text:[...] 41 is open timber roofed, with, a rib-ceiled chancel. The chancel contains some handsome stained glass windows, representing St. Michael, St. John and St. Laurence, as well as three others of more or [...]
Full text:[...] 40 THE GENERAL POST OFFICE AND GOVERNMENT SAYINGS' BANK. On the right or east side of the street is the General Post Office, where the business of the Postal, Telegraph, Savings' Bank, and other Depa [...]
Full text:[...] 35 That the church is of the original length from east to west is proved by the existence of a double Norman picina in the extreme East End, and the rude massive masonry of the west wall. The large P [...]
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:[...] 19 PART II. PERAMBULATION 0® THE PRINCIPAL STREETS IN THE TOWN AND ITS SUBURBS. THE ROAD BY THE QUAYS Connects the Pier, Terminus, Docks, and Floating Bridge, and running nearly due east, will be fir [...]
Full text:[...] 8 Harbour beyond Portsmouth eastward, and to Hurst Castle beyond Lymington westward, and more than half-way across the Solent channel. Whether John, whilst here, abode in the Castle or in the Palaces [...]
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