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Volumes in the collection: Southampton: Its History and Antiquities
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Full text:[...] THE ZtTOTIEID ^ (a 59, EAST STREET, MANUFACTORY :-ADJOINING THE SAINT MARY'S HOTEL. W. J. KENVIN, (Successor to J. BEESTON,) Begs to call the attention of the Public to his varied assortment of CLO [...]
Full text:[...] THE IsTOTIED (9 59, EAST STREET, MANUFACTORYADJOINING THE SAINT MARY'S HOTEL. W. J. KENVIN, (Successor to J. BEESTON,) to call the attention of the Public to his varied assortment of CLOCKS. Over Fi [...]
Full text:[...] 14 SOUTHAMPTON : front of the Victoria Rooms—ancl for a series of balls, whereat the rules published at the time inform us, " to make them as agreeable as possible, punetillios in dress are dispensed [...]
Full text:[...] ITS HISTOEY AND INTIQUITIES. 31 To and from the Isle of Wight, distant 12 miles, steamers run from and arrive at the Koyal Pier five or six times each way daily. Six miles distant by rail is the entr [...]
Full text:[...] ITS HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES. 19 borough iii aid of the rates of the town, the remaining four-fifths going to the maintenance and improvement of the Board's fabric, including the Quay, the Royal Pier, [...]
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:[...] 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:[...] AND NEW "Messes. Adams and Stilliaed's New Premises.—The establishment in the High-street, formerly occupied by Messrs. Hyles and Son and the Southampton Regatta Club, all of whom were suddenly eject [...]
Full text:[...] whose vain struggles against the power of the Conqueror gained for him, a century or two later, the renown of a giant. Time and circumstances having done their best to blot out his recollection [...]
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 [...]
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