Volumes in the collection: Paul Brothers' Southampton Guide
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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:[...] 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 [...]
Full text:[...] i 72 THE ITCHEN RIVEB Is seen here to the greatest advantage—either looking down the winding tideway to Northam and Southampton, with wooded heights and rich fields on both sides—or. wandering by the [...]
Full text:[...] 8.4 of an Abbot and twelve monks whose revenue, according to Dr. Speed was £160 2s. 9d. The site of Netley Abbey, with all the buildings was granted by Henry VIII., in the 28th year of his reign to S [...]
Full text:[...] 85 The best view of the building is from the water, hut nearly as good a view is to be had from the end of the pier, and to this point we advise the visitor to go first. The whole length of the build [...]
Full text:[...] 89 return by previous route, or Northam Bridge. IV.— From Millbrook by Foundry-lane, stile to the right, by path overhung with trees, into Shirley, about four miles, or return by the next. V.—Fitzhug [...]
Full text:[...] 91 The opposite bank is rich with rural charms, the cottages and seats of Itchen village rising amidst luxuriant foliage; then higher banks clothed in wood, the summit marked by Peartree Church, Ridg [...]
Full text:[...] 95 X.—To Salisbury, Ramsey Koad.—By either of tie before-mentioned roads to Bomsey (8 or 9), Whiteparish (16), meeting road A., at the foot of Whiteparish Down to Salisbury (23 or 24). Undulating roa [...]
Full text:[...] SURGEON DENTIST, (From London, W.) Can be consulted FREE OF CHARGE, Daily, at his 1 178, HIGH STREET, SOUTHAMPTOlSr. IMPORTANCE QF THE TBBTH. It is impossible to urge, too strongly the vital importan [...]
Full text:[...] Persons subject to Lumbago or Rheumatism should, if they value their Health, do the same. Persons of Sedentary Habits should never omit taking them at certain short intervals—a week at longest. Perso [...]
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