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Full text:[...] mate's handbook to southampton. mystic group of Seven Barrows, marks the site of some forgotten fight, and the line passes between Beacon and Ladle Hills, both of them with well preserved camps upon [...]
Full text:[...] mate's handbook to southampton. Romsey. Romsey is a market town and municipal borough, situated in the valley of the Test, famed for trout and salmon. Its name apparently means "the island in the mar [...]
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. sculptor Cockerell, in memory of his wife. The east wall of the chancel is adorned by the magnificent fresco, representing the Ten Virgins, by the late Sir Frederick L [...]
Full text:[...] MATE S HANDBOOK TO SOUTHAMPTON. acquired something more than local fame for the rendering of Symphony and other high-class music. Outside London there is probably no Orchestral Band in the whole coun [...]
Full text:[...] _ MATE S HANDBOOK TO SOUTHAMPTON. away to the east we see Christchurch (or Hengistbury) Head, where, according to Stowe and Speed, Hengist effected his second invasion of Britain; looking in an opp [...]
Full text:[...] MATE'S HANDBOOK TO SOUTHAMPTON. Church the Red King, slain in the New Forest, was brought for burial. The city was almost burnt down in the wars between Stephen and the Empress Maud. Richard the Lion [...]
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 [...]
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. 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 [...]
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