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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    adawyd iddo gan ewythr cyfoethog. Y mae wystrys yn cael en cludo yn awr yn gyson o New York i Southampton gan y North German Lloyd mail packets. Dywed y Skeffield Independent fod cymunroddion y diweddar Mr. Samuel Bailey i'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iawn mae y symudiad hwn yn myned .ymlaen.. Barna rhai 'ei fod mewn perygl. Dywedai Dr. WRIGHT, o Southampton, with agor Cymanfa yr Henaduriaethwyr: Saesnig yr wythnbs ddiweddaf. yr hon a gynhelid yn Egjwys Regent Square, Llundain, fod undeb yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at y bar yn '1829. Gwnaed ef yn Q.C. yn 1841, a bu'amysbaid yn aelod o DP y Cyffredin dros Southampton. Pan gynygtwyyd penderfyniad yn y Tf, yn 1849, yi beio ar foreign pvoitC Lord Palmerston; gwnaeth y prif farnwr, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    edrych gyda sirioldeb ar Mr. Davies yen vyneb ei fod yn dyfod I gartrefu ya ea mysg Pasiodd cyngor trefol Southampton, bender- *i fyniad dydd wener diweddaf, i anfon Ian' i erchiad at Ymerawdwr Ffrainc, yn ei longyfarei' arr ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    N. ... ... ... 3a 6d MOFFAT AND CO., State Publishers by Apponintment, (Agents forthe Dublin Steam Printing Company, J34, SOUTHAMPTON ST., STHAND, LONDON. 6, D'OLIEnSrT., ABLL1. 'HE RED-HAIRE EJ MAN'S WIFE; or THE AWrUL PROCFEDTN&S OF STA&AN VARAGY, THE Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St Mary Magdalen , Southampton

    Hospitals St Mary Magdalen , Southampton 28. THE HOSPITAL OF ST . MARY MAGDALEN , SOUTHAMPTON The hospital of St. Mary Magdalen , Southampton , frequently styled in the town accounts Le Maudelyne, was founded by the burgesses, at their

    Friaries The Franciscans of Southampton

    The Franciscans of Southampton 23. THE FRANCISCANS OF SOUTHAMPTON The Franciscans or Grey Friars were established at Southampton probably as early as 1237, as it would appear by certain deeds printed by Madox. 1 The convent at Southampton must therefore

    Hospitals St Julian , or God's House, Winchester

    . JULIAN OR GOD'S HOUSE, SOUTHAMPTON This hospital was founded for the poor, in the reign of Richard I ., about the year 1197, 3 by Gervase le Riche, who was a burgess of Southampton and reeve of the town

    The borough of Southampton General historical account INDEX MAP to the TOWN and COUNTY of SOUTHAMPTON

    The borough of Southampton General historical account BOROUGH OF SOUTHAMPTON Pleasantly situated on the banks of the Southampton Water , on a tongue of land with the mouth of the River Itchen to the east, and on the west a

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of St Denis , Southampton

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of St Denis , Southampton 11. THE PRIORY OF ST . DENIS, SOUTHAMPTON The priory of St. Denis was founded by Henry I . about the year 1124 for Austin Canons. The foundation charter, directed

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MARLBOROUGH, Thomas, of Southampton.

    MARLBOROUGH, Thomas, of Southampton. Constituency Dates Southampton 1395 Southampton 1402 Southampton 1411 Southampton Apr. 1414 Southampton Nov. 1414 Southampton 1415 Southampton Mar. 1416 Southampton May 1421 Southampton 1422 Southampton 1423 Southampton 1426 Ofifces Held Dep. town clerk, Southampton by July

    LUCAS, John, of Southampton.

    LUCAS, John, of Southampton. Constituency Dates Southampton 1417 Biography It may have been this John Lucas who, at an unknown date after 1405, wrote from London to Henry Beaufort, bishop of Winchester, to report that he had been trying to

    SCARLET, John, of Southampton.

    SCARLET, John, of Southampton. Constituency Dates Southampton Feb 1388 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Southampton Mich. 1368-9; steward 1386-7. Biography Although now one of the most obscure of the parliamentary burgesses for Southampton, Scarlet was clearly a well-known figure in the town,

    DERING, John, of Southampton.

    DERING, John, of Southampton. Constituency Dates Southampton Jan. 1397 Southampton Sept. 1397 Ofifces Held Steward, Southampton Mich. 1396-7; bailiff 1400-1. Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Southampton May 1398, Oct. 1399 (withholding of rent from Queen's Hall, Oxford). Biography Dering is

    BRANDE (BRENDE), James (by 1532-82 or later), of Bitterne, Hants and Gray's Inn, London.

    Sarum Mar. 1553 Southampton Apr. 1554 Southampton Nov. 1554 Southampton 1555 Southampton 1558 Southampton 1563 Ofifces Held Town clerk, Southampton 1553-9 or later, recorder by Mar. 1554-Oct./Dec. 1565, solicitor by 1578; feodary, Hants 1562-70 or later. Biography Southampton was the

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 12 [St Andrews Holbourn.] Faringdon Ward without. [Street,s Courts, &c.]

    [ St Andrews Holbourn . ] Faringdon Ward without. [Street,s Courts, & c. ] Southampton Buildings, or Old Southampton Buildings, to distinguish it from New Southampton Buildings in St. Giles's Parish ; a good large Place, composed of two Streets,

    Book 1, Chapter 23 College of Heralds.

    very Noble Families; and others have been adorned with Excellent Learning. The Right Noble Family of the Wriothesleys, Earls of Southampton , was derived from John Wrythe, or Wriothesley, Preferments in this Office obtained gradually. The Heralds Petition against St.

    Book 5, Chapter 21 [Strangers.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Their Plea.]

    their Commodities, to enrich themselves. That they placing themselves in London , Norwich , Canterbury , or in Port-Towns, as Southampton , Sandwich , Colchester , might be more ready to do Mischief, or lie fittest to engross our Commodities

    Book 1, Chapter 31 Honourable Citizens. Their Loyalty.

    upon divers of the Coasts of England , to sack, burn and destroy the chief Maritime Towns. So they served Southampton : They attempted the same at the Isle of Wight , Hastings , Thanet, the Havens of Cornwal ,

    Book 2, Chapter 7 Broadstreet Ward. St. Bartholomews.

    be restored to his Preaching. And he appealed to a Colloquy of all the French Churches within the Kingdom, at Southampton , Norwich , Canterbury , Sandwich , & c. according to the right and usual way in such Cases.

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 8th July 1833

    . We were towed up to Southampton by the Medina Steampacket. It rained several times very hard, & we were obliged to go down into the cabin very often. When we arrived at Southampton, Mamma received an address on board

    Tuesday 10th September 1833

    very anxious for fear she might hurt herself getting in and out of the boat. We were towed up to Southampton by the Messenger steamer. We arrived there at 10. We then went in the barge with her and Spèth,

    Tuesday 10th September 1833

    very anxious for fear she might hurt herself getting in and out of the boat. We were towed up to Southampton by the Messenger steamer. We arrived there at 10. We then went in the barge with her and Spèth,

    Saturday 2nd November 1833

    went out walking with Lehzen, and we saw 4 of our carriages put into the flats to be towed to Southampton . At 1 we lunched. At a ¼ to 3 we went out riding (Mamma on Thomas) with Lehzen

    Saturday 2nd November 1833

    went out walking with Lehzen, and we saw 4 of our carriages put into the flats to be towed to Southampton . At 1 we lunched. At a ¼ to 3 we went out riding (Mamma on Thomas) with Lehzen

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Royal Gloucester Lodge

    Constitution, 27 June 1798," but was retained on the Roll, taking a new number and name at the " Union." Notes (2): It was not removed from the List until 1822. Meeting Places Freemasons' Hall, East Street, Southampton, Hampshire 1792

    Royal Gloucester Lodge

    August 1792. Meeting Places Vine Tavern, High Street, Southampton, Hampshire 1772 Freemasons' Hall, East Street, Southampton, Hampshire 1792 Private Rooms, 30 East Street, Southampton, Hampshire 1814 Freemasons' Hall, Bugle Street, Southampton, Hampshire 1823 Freemasons' Hall, Albion Place, Southampton, Hampshire 1880

    Lodge of Concord

    thereof the date is written " 1 July 1775," and in 1776 List, the date, which was engraved 1776, is altered in MS. to 1775. Meeting Places Star Inn, High Street, Southampton, Hampshire 1775 Guildhall, High Street, Southampton, Hampshire 1782

    Albert Edward Lodge

    Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1780 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Freemasons' Hall, Bugle Street, Southampton, Hampshire 1878 Freemasons' Hall, Albion Place, Southampton, Hampshire 1880

    Beach Lodge

    Confirmation: 1st August 1945 Year of Confirmation: 1945 Warrant of Centenary: 3rd June 2003 Warrant of Bi-centenary: 3rd June 2003 Numeration 1894 onwards: 2955 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Albion Place, Southampton, Hampshire, England 1954 Masonic Hall, Southampton, Hampshire, England 1903

 

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