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Volumes in the collection: Post Office Directory of the Borough of Southampton and the neighbourhood Comprised in The Postmaster's District. Compiled by William Cooper Chief Clerk in the Southapton Post Office. 1843
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Full text:[...] 175 REVENUE CRUISERS. Active—-Lieut. Tomlin, R. N., Commander. Lady of the Lake—Lieut. Love, R.N., Commander. INSPECTING COMMANDERS. Jjymington—Captain G. A. Halstead, R. N. Goayorf—Captain Ramsey, R [...]
Full text:[...] 174 Andover Road—Weymouth Magnet, 9 a. m. ; Salisbury Express, 11 a. m.; Light Salisbury, every day, at 3 p. m. ; Exeter Defiance, every day, 7 p. m. ; Andover, f past 11 a. m. and \ past 7 p. m. ; W [...]
Full text:[...] IP 173 RAILWAY. General Manager— A. Martin, Esq., Basingstoke. Resident Directors in Southampton: J. W. Drew, Esq., Belle Vue-ho. | John King, Esq., 75, Marland-pl. Col. Henderson, 11, Anglesea-place [...]
Full text:[...] 169 ROMSEY—from the Vine Tap, daily.— Barnet. ROMSEY—from the Robin Hood, daily.—Cook. ROMSEY—from Matcham's Office, daily.—King. ROMSEY—from the Fountain, daily.—Leale. SALISBURY—from Matcham's Offi [...]
Full text:[...] 168 FAREHAM, Portsmouth, Chichester, and Brighton—from the Nag's Head, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.—Harding. FAWLEY_from Kellow & Bienvenu's, Tuesday & Sat.—Arnold. FAWLEY_from Kellow & Bienvenu's, [...]
Full text:[...] 167 BEAllLIEU—from Kellow and Bienvenu's, Tuesday & Saturday.— Biles. BISHOP'S STOKE—'from the King's Arms, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.-—Dunning. BISHOP'S WALTHAM—from the King's Arms, Wednesday [...]
Full text:[...] y 166 POOLE. UNION—from Matcham's Hotel, every afternoon at half-past four, through Stoney Cross, Ringwood, and Wimborne. SALISBURY. COACHES—Mornings, at nine and quarter-past ten; afternoons, quarte [...]
Full text:[...] 165 CHIPPENHAM. AURORA—from Matcham's Hotel to the Great Western Railway Station at Chippenham, through Rorasey, Salisbury, Lavington, and Devizes, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings, at half-pas [...]
Full text:[...] COACH AND CARRIER E BATH. ROYAL NEW DAY MAIL—from Matcham's Hotel, every afternoon, at quarter past one, through Romsey, Salisbury, Warminster, and Beckington. ROCKET—from Matcham's Hotel, every m [...]
Full text:[...] 163 12.—In sending newspapers by post write the addresses on the margins of the newspapers, particularly on those directed to be sent abroad. 13.—Persons living at a distance from Post Towns, and exp [...]
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