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Full text:[...] REFERENCE ONLY This book may not be taken out of the Library BAitve?,—nui4T & Co. Conduct SALES by PUBLIC AUCTION or PRIVATE CONTRACT of --PROPERTY Of every description, and all other Investments ; a [...]
Full text:[...] MATE S HANDBOOK TO SOUTHAMPTON. Derby. Trent, "the Junction for Everywhere," is speedily reached from Derby, as is also Nottingham, the centre of lace and hosiery manufactures, with an ancient Castle [...]
Full text:[...]  MATE S HANDBOOK TO SOUTHAMPTON. Cirencester (King's Head, .Fleece Hotels), known as " Cisiter' the capital of the Cotswolds," is a charming centre for excursions. The Parish Church, whose noble to [...]
Full text:[...] MATE S HANDBOOK TO SOUTHAMPTON. place upon the Midland and South Western Junction Line may be readily arranged for, on inclusive terms, in well-appointed carriages, on application to Mr. J. M. Malerb [...]
Full text:[...] MATE S HANDBOOK TO SOUTHAMPTON. The East of Scotland, Southampton, and Treport Steam Packet Company run a weekly steamer between Leith, Dundee, Southampton and Treport. The Cork Steamship Company des [...]
Full text:[...] MATE'S HANDBOOK TO SOUTHAMPTON. Company, with 2,000,000 cubic feet of space, and fitted with the most modern machinery. There are also lairages capable of containing at least 2,000 cattle at once. Th [...]
Full text:[...] MATE'S HANDBOOK TO SOUTHAMPTON. feet has for the last two years been extensively used for the arrival and departure of the Union, Castle, North German Lloyd, and Hamburg-American steamers, one of the [...]
Full text:[...] mate's handbook to southampton. Railway Communication. Two stations on the London and South-Western Railway, which was opened in 1840, serve the town, viz., the Docks and the West Station. About 100 [...]
Full text:[...] MATE S HANDBOOK TO SOUTHAMPTON. of the kind. In the Lady Chapel Queen Mary was married to Philip of Spain. The.library contains numerous and priceless treasures, notably a glorious copy of the Vulgat [...]
Full text:[...] MATE S HANDBOOK TO SOUTHAMPTON. We cross the swiftly-flowing Itchen by a bridge said to have been built by St. Swithun, and stand at the foot of St. Giles' Hill, on the brow of which the last great S [...]
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