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Volumes in the collection: John Adams' Southampton Almanac
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Full text:[...] JOHN ADAMS'S SOUTHAMPTON ALMANACK. the Railway Commissioners, and confirmed on appeal, to the Didcot Line, so that a considerably larger quantity of goods have been sent by that route both from Londo [...]
Full text:[...] 192 JOHN ADAMS'S SOUTHAMPTON ALMANACK. Hampshire Record Society. For Printing and Publishing MSS. Records concerning the County of Southampton. President—The Right Rev. The Lord Bishop of Winchester. [...]
Full text:[...] JOHN ADAMS'S SOUTHAMPTON ALMANACK. 11 should remember that Liverpool is now a city, and, as Southampton bears a great resemblance to that place, there is no knowing what we may come to. It may be tha [...]
Full text:[...] JOHN ADAMS'S SOUTHAMPTON ALMANACK. 13 The sites themselves on which the houses on the Woolston side of the water have been built, are however healthy ; but this cannot be said of the site of new cott [...]
Full text:[...] JOHN ADAMS'S SOUTHAMPTON ALMANACK. 21 home produce and manufacture was £9,391,276, and the value of the total exports of foreign and colonial merchandise was £1,687,010. In looking back on this highl [...]
Full text:[...] JOHN ADAMS'S SOUTHAMPTON ALMANACK. 65 Custom House, Canute Road. Collector and Receiver of Wreck—Edgar Bates, Esq. In-Dogr Department. Principal Clerk—A. L. Tanner, Esq. Clerk, 1stClass—G. Douglas, E [...]
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