Volumes in the collection: Illustrated handbook to Southampton
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Full text:[...] MATE'S HANDBOOK TO SOUTHAMPTON. thousand horse shoes. King John, like a good many modern folks, found life in Southampton pleasant, and conferred on the burgesses freedom throughout his dominions fro [...]
Full text:[...] MATE S HANDBOOK TO SOUTHAMPTON. Scrope of Masham, and Sir Thomas Grey of Heton. They were found guilty and executed, the scene of their trial being according to tradition, the present Red Lion Inn in [...]
Full text:[...] mm* lis mates handbook to southampton. at moderate fares, which, needless to say, are largely patronized. This line of steamers is well found, skilfully handled, and has enjoyed a happy immunity fro [...]
Full text:[...] MATE S HANDBOOK TO SOUTHAMPTON. inmates have been re-built in Tudor style. " The Hospital is now a kind of Almshouse, and under distinct management from the church at present called the French Church [...]
Full text:[...] mate's handbook to southampton. where the wall turns eastward from the sea to join the Bar-gate. Level with the interior of the walls between the Arundel and Catch Cold Towers a large vault has deser [...]
Full text:[...]  MATE'S HANDBOOK TO SOUTHAMPTON. familiarity of the terms employed suggests that Shakespeare was an intimate friend of the Earl. If so, he may have been a visitor at his house in Bugle Street, and ma [...]
Full text:[...] HATE'S HANDBOOK TO SOUTHAMPTON. away we see the moated hill of Old Sarum, the original site of the city. Anciently a British camp, it was crowned by the Norman town with its Castle and Cathedral. The [...]
Full text:[...] mate s handbook to southampton. St. Thomas' Parish Church was built in the twelfth century, and teems with interest. The Garrison Church, which was an ancient Domus Dei, or God's House, is a perfect [...]
Full text:[...] mates' handbook to southampton. to contain pre-historic interments. Some the noblest trees in the Forest are in Boldre Wood and Mark Ash, woods which should on no account be left unvisited. The " Twe [...]
Full text:[...] MATE'S HANDBOOK TO SOUTHAMPTON. the monks, is that John, after various oppressions of the Cistercian Order, in the year 1204, convened their abbots to his Parliament at Lincoln. As soon as they came [...]
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