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Volumes in the collection: Directory of Southampton and neighbourhood, including Romsey, Netley (Hound), Netley (Totton), Bitterne, Sholing, Bishopstoke, Eastleigh, Woolstone, Shirley, Freemantle, Millbrook, Redbridge, and all villages within seven miles of Southampton
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Full text:[...] HISTORY OF SOUTHAMPTON. 21 South Castle, if not originally built, was entirely Remodelled at this time, and other improvements were made in the walls and gates. The fort at Netley was formed just bel [...]
Full text:[...] History of Southampton. 23 Wild cats were also to be found in this forest. Plants of every shade and variety abound here, and the autumn crocus grows in great profusion. Formerly the inhabitants made [...]
Full text:[...] fflSl'ORY OF SOUTHAMPTON'. it The imports from these countr'es are large, while the exports are extensively carried on. Hampshire being one of the most fertile counties in England, make the exports f [...]
Full text:[...]  fifSTOEY OF SOUTHAMPTON. 27 Another fine marble statue which is an ornament to the town, but rather in a remote situation (near the South Grate), is in memory of H.R.H. the late Prince Consort, on w [...]
Full text:[...] HISTORY OF SOUTHAMPTON. 29 There is also St. John's Free Church of England, a Jewish Synagogue, and other places of worship, fully noticed further on. The 'Roman Catholic Chapel, St. Joseph's, is in [...]
Full text:[...] m HISTORY OF SOUTHAMPTON. 81 cence of a private individual and the corporation of the town as early as 1629. It was rebuilt a few years ago. The Cemetery, situated on the Common, comprising many a [...]
Full text:[...] a SotfTHAMPTOtf West Quay; Conductor of the Fire Escape, Ascupart Street, Alfred Wedge, 5, Melbourne Street; Branch-men, Edward Lockyer, 7, Cold Harbour ; William Hazard, 10, Bargate Street; William [...]
Full text:[...] LOCAL INTELLIGENCE* 5B D'Ansei/s Charity—Consisting of £3,600 3 per Cent. Consuls, derived from the bequeath of Charles V Ansey, in 1779, for providing ten annuities of £10 each for _ poor people of [...]
Full text:[...] 60 SOUTHAMPTON of age not admitted. The Library is open every evening from seven to nine o'clock, except on Lecture nights, and the months of June, July, and August, when it is only open three days a [...]
Full text:[...] LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. 61 Auditors, Messrs. Charles Rogers and J. J. Burnett. Matron, Miss Hoiloway. Collector, Mr. J. J. Bunday. . 10s. 6d. are entitled to recommend eight applicants. Blankets are issu [...]
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