Volumes in the collection: Paul Brothers' Southampton Guide
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Full text:[...] 39 a Gallery for the exhibition and study of Works of Art; and a series of Class Booms. A considerable portion of the building has been erected under the supervision of the Government Department of S [...]
Full text:[...] 47 The newly-built church of Sr. ANDREW Is conspicious, belonging to the Scotch Presbyterians, and the road in front of it leads to Charlotte place. The road on the northern side of this park leads t [...]
Full text:[...] strengthened the walls of the town. There appears, however, to have been but one gate on the landward side, the Bar Q ate ; and that on the water side the defences partly depended on a series of stro [...]
Full text:[...] 28 email turrets and one pier. At a later period, a series of piers two feet wide and three feet three inches deep, ■were built against this wall, without regard to the previous apertures, several of [...]
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:[...] 77 Pear-tree Green to Netley, and returning over the Floating Bridge. Passengers can, if they please, proceed to Netley, from the Terminus Station near the Docks, or from the Station at St. Denys to [...]
Full text:[...] 79 Pursuing the path on the beach it Boon diverges to the left, ascending the hill, and overhung by a fine oak wood. As the rise is gained, the view of Southampton Water, the New Forest, and the Isle [...]
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