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Volumes in the collection: Southampton: Its History and Antiquities
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Full text:[...] ITS HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES. 17 docks, of the following capacity, affording unrivalled facilities for the inspection and repair of ships :— Length from gates to head : eastern 475 feet, middle 282 fe [...]
Full text:[...] TOOTHACHE! TOOTHACHE!! TOOTHACHE!!! Oh! This Toothache drives me Mad. It is an acknowledged fact that in the thousands of cases applied AUSTEN'S TOOTHACHE CURE Has never failed to give immediate reli [...]
Full text:[...] 4 SOUTHAMPTON : importance of the Courts at Portsmouth induced their secession and the formation in 1852 of the Portsmouth District. The Directory of the Order for 1853, issued by the 19th E.G., Sout [...]
Full text:[...] ITS HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES. ITS ANCIENT HISTORY. Like its modern growth, to southerners accustomed to see our towns grow up only as the slow work of wages, and not with the magic-like rapidity which [...]
Full text:[...] 20 SOUTHAMPTON : removal lias been so comparatively little felt speaks higli for the recuperative power of the port, and gives the most promising hope as to its future. The P. and 0. fleet now number [...]
Full text:[...] 28 SOUTHAMPTON : who resided in Southampton in 1545, as noticed by Leland in the following terms :—" The house that Master Lighster, chiefe Barne of the King's Escheker, dwellyth yn, is very fair." H [...]
Full text:[...] 30 SOUTHAMPTON : lished by the Congregational Union. The memory of Watts and his intimate connexion with the Church, however, is likely to be perpetuated by the "Watts Memorial Hall now in the course [...]
Full text:[...] SOTJTHAMPTOIT : Its Ijistoi'i} and Jtfitxquities, An Index of Contents will be found at the end. The situation of Southampton must ever secure for it tlie character of a beautiful place, if its great [...]
Full text:[...] ITS HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES. 7 At the drinking fountain, opposite the " Ordnance " buildings, we enter upon the Avenue. Until a few years ago this was composed of magnificent elms on both sides of th [...]
Full text:[...] 10 SOUTHAMPTON : known as Porter's-lane, in the rear of the Chamber of Commerce buildings, off the Town Quay, of which more anon. At the Norman invasion Southampton possessed a hero in the person of [...]
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