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Full text:[...] D12"3t "itnampton Railway. 'iliortet OX FORI Best Kot!4 To and the north. RE R, HNO PHOOINGT0N (For the North and West End of London). 'pi,. ,, ,i(l N-wbu-j Line is the best Route from Southampton fo [...]
Full text:[...] flllate'S- mndbook to Southampton, Nearing Southampton. u W e'll not be long in getting in now, sir,' says our cabin steward, "you had better get your things together. There's the cutter, and we'll p [...]
Full text:[...] MATE'S HANDBOOK TO SOUTHAMPTON. Our big liner is sending a wave along the beach of Cowes famed for regattas and whitewinged yachts. As we turn into the Southampton Water, Calshot Castle, built from t [...]
Full text:[...] MATE'S HANDBOOK TO SOUTHAMPTON. Point," a projection of the shore, now effaced, but which for centuries carefully preserved by a line of piles driven into the beach. Did Mrs. Canute give him "a good [...]
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:[...] mates' handbook to Southampton. There are great yachting facilities at Southampton. The -various yacht and boat-building yards let out every description of yacht for any desired period. Steam and ele [...]
Full text:[...] mate's handbook to southampton. " A solitary fragment of grey ruined wall on the right bank of the Itchen, about three miles above the present Dock entrance, is the sole relic of St. Deny's Priory, a [...]
Full text:[...] MATE'S HANDBOOK TO SOUTHAMPTON. At the south-west corner of the Common is the Southampton Cemetery, which well deserves a visit. Many a visitor will find his way to the last resting place of Edward S [...]
Full text:[...] mates handbook to southampton. Broadlands (the Right Hon. A. E. M. Ashley) originally belonged to the St. Barbe family. It is memorable as the home of that grand statesman, Lord Palmerston. The groun [...]
Full text:[...] MATE S HANDBOOK TO SOUTHAMPTON. through the wall—the ancient rostrum from which the monks used to read to their brethren—is perfectly unique. The Cloister Court is almost matchless for beauty. Fair [...]
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