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Southampton, Hampshire, England

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Embarking at Southampton on TenderThe cape Mail Steamer waiting for the TenderColin enjoyed the sweet calm of the morning airColin drove the van to the worksHe had to take the letter bag to the post officeI don't mind giving you a trialSome one passing by dropped a bulky purse'Sir,' said Finch, 'have you lost something'Colin recognised the wayfarer trudging alongHe followed the little groupPresently they crept under an archSurely, its my old friend Mrs CooperThey walked part of the way togetherI forgive you, Cooper, said ColinSome of the great army of flower sellersSome of the great army of flower sellersA brisk trade was going onA brisk trade was going onThe open door of the Green DragonThe open door of the Green DragonA man, leading by the hand, a boyA man, leading by the hand, a boyRalph spent his penny on a fruit stallRalph spent his penny on a fruit stallRalph held the fast fading flowersRalph held the fast fading flowersThey paid a last visit to the cemeteryThey paid a last visit to the cemeteryLord Roberts leaving SouthamptonThey played in their beautiful gardenOnce he had given her a flowerShe came again to the gardenShe crept away to her cornerJohn walked off to receive his wagesJoseph took himself off to his daily workSam was at the grocers for two yearsEvery evening at his stall stood Old Roasty''Ere little 'un, who told you to sit on my box?'The child was warm inside his coatOld Roasty nearly dropped the sackHe took Nancy as far as the Church PorchHe sat down exhausted with his searchRoasty's old stall was decorated with flagsNancy brought him his supperNancy peeped into the door of the gin-shopHe rushed from the bar into the streetOld Roasty owns a little eating-houseHe reached the 'Fiery Dragon'Jim made the best of his way homeShe goes forth in the dark and coldShe goes forth in the dark and coldNelly Tying the Cress up in BunchesNelly Tying the Cress up in BunchesFor long hours She wanders onFor long hours She wanders onFresh Watercress, Sweet WatercressesFresh Watercress, Sweet WatercressesThe Gentleman came Himself to the DoorThe Gentleman came Himself to the DoorNelly at the Shop WindowNelly at the Shop WindowNelly off to the InfirmaryNelly off to the InfirmaryA kind man takes Nelly homeA kind man takes Nelly homeTom off to the CookshopTom at the CookshopRobert Elton's ShopBob escapes into the LaneAn old Woman entices BobBob minding a HorseBob meets one of his old CompanionsPoliceman catches TomBob waits for CustomersHere clean my boots quicklyBob's Father recognises himThe appearance of the country was beautifulBob meets John Bolt, in AustraliaBob shews him the Carter's handwritingSt Augustine's Mission ChurchHied him to the nearest public-houseFound its way to the pawnshopPublic-houses were manyTom Johnson staggered homeThe mother and her little boys trudged wearily alongGoods and chattels were arranged for saleHouseless and homeless they passed the familiar streetThe prisoner was charged with sleeping in a railway truckHe escorted her home from businessHe hobbled off to the nearest public-houseJust passing a chemist's shopMy Ted had been out after a situationMy Ted had been out after a situationHe pushed Ted before himHe pushed Ted before himThe crutches lying by her sideBill was one of those mudlarksFanny turned homewards that eveningFanny reached the corner of the courtFanny met Bill in a state of great excitementFanny met Bill in a state of great excitementShe watched him disappear round the cornerWhere are you going little girlMiss Cooper was pleased to see her scholarBill with a bundle of drift woodFanny stood on the banks of the riverLeaning against the treeSitting on the doorstep, teaching Bill to readFanny began the first lessonShe tells them a true storyJim at his CrossingJim splashes the Lady's waterproofMiss Hardy gives Jim threepenceJim goes to the Mission-roomJim takes his Sisters to Sunday SchoolJim as errand boyMiss Hardy gives Jim a presentJim and his Sisters arrive at Miss Hardy'sSnowy day, Jim at his CrossingJim as greengrocer's boyThe Orphan HomePeter buys a LoafA bold sip in the open streetShe carried the largest jugThe jug under the shawlWell, you have a lodger nowMr Martin was allowed to go out a littleMr Martin was allowed to go out a littleLook what furniture is being carried inLook what furniture is being carried inA neat servant admitted Mr MartinA neat servant admitted Mr MartinThe door was opened by the servantThe door was opened by the servantDaniel opened the doors and enteredJessica led him by the nearest way into the cityThe Inn woke up on market dayHe finished his remark some distance from the doorTroops for the Front. General Buller embarking at SouthamptonThe old Market PlaceThe Toy Stall, tempting customers to buyThey sat down to eat their scanty dinnerThey walked on towards their homeShe passed down the empty streetShe was obliged to sit down on the baker's stepFirst asking at one shop then anotherShe crept along by the Church railingShe sat by the Church porchHer Father's stall was goneWith a heavy heart, Faith went homeA new Toy Stall was thereDark dismal streetHe came down the streetWhy, Faith, my little Faith, he said
Lucerna ID 1504433

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 30 June 2020

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