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Full text:[...] I isr ;d id ix Above Bar Chapel.. Albion Steps Albion Chapel All Saints' Church Amesbury .. .. Ancient Walls Anne Boleyne's House Arcade. The .. Artesian Well .. Arundel Tower Audit House .. Avenue . [...]
Full text:[...] 11 favourable wind, a conspiracy to murder the king was discovered, in which the Earl of Cambridge, Lord Scrope, of Masham, and Sir Thomas Grey, of Heyton, were the leaders. The forms of trial were s [...]
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:[...] 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:[...] 37 Entering the High-street from the Quays, there will be observed at the back of the Castle Inn, the Chamber of Commerce, and leading to the foot of French-street a short street called Poetee's Lane [...]
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:[...] 61 train to and from Redbridge station of the Dorchestei Railway, and walk by the fields or Canal banks to Grove-place, or across the bridge to the New Forest side of the river. SHIRLEY. Leaving the [...]
Full text:[...] 66 rich land, forming a pleasing object as seen through the occasional openings in the fine masses cf wood by the way-side. Bannister's, like Bevois Mount, Free-mantle, Portswood, and other old estat [...]
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:[...] 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 [...]
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