Volumes in the collection: Paul Brothers' Southampton Guide
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Full text:[...] RANDALL, SLOPER & CO.'S PRIZE MEDAL Soda Water Lemonade Ginger Beer Lithia Water Potash Water Seltzer Water Ginger Ale Orange Champagne Ginger Champagne These are sold at the Railway Refreshment Room [...]
Full text:[...] SOUTH OF ENGLAND mm mmmmm 28, HIGH STREET, (Next door to the " Hants Advertiser" Office), SOUTHAMPTON. M it. & K. W tt ITLOC K. SURGEON-DENTIST, (From London), Invites Special Attention to his PRIZE [...]
Full text:[...] Established 1806. % -c~- GARRET & HAYSOM, «tstl §ltw Jpslp, 105 & 106, EAST STREET, SOUTHAMPTON. HEADSTONES, GROSSES, TOMBS. TILS WABBLE TETIDEB8, B&arble Shop, and. lavatory Fittings- 8lte ^'ontl [...]
Full text:[...] THE SOUTHAMPTON, Isle of Wight and South of England Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, dLIOVniTZEIDJ The New and Commodious Saloon Steamers of this Company, viz :— ''Princess Helena." "Princess Beatric [...]
Full text:[...] INTRODUCTION. Southampton, healthily situated as it is, at the head of the Southampton Water on a tongue of land between the rivers Itchen and Test, combines in one all that can be required either by [...]
Full text:[...] 108 BISHOP'S WALTHAM, PORCHESTER, PORTSMOUTH, ETC. About seven miles east of Southampton is BOTLEY, a large village, with the remains of the ancient village and church. Five miles further is BISHOP'S [...]
Full text:[...] by special ESTABLISHED 1826. APPOINTMENT. HENRY ABRAHAM, JEWELLER AND SILVERSMITH TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN, 147, 8THE3T, 80UT#AMfTQ?i. (Exactly opposite St. Lawrence's Church.) WATCHLS —An assortment [...]
Full text:[...] 6 ploits both before and after his return to England; and the romance of " Bevis of Hamptoune," disposes of its characters in suitable deaths at the conclusion. Passing on to Norman times we find by [...]
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 [...]
Full text:[...] 9 It is said that the detention of some ships belonging co Southampton by the government of France, was one of the causes which contributed to the rupture between that country and England under Edwar [...]
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