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Newsletter 78 - Autumn 2022

Contents General editor Dick Selwood  

From the President Jo Bailey
Landscape Section Editor, Dawn Cansfield
Dawn Cansfield
Seeing Through Past Eyes, Cameras before Photography Gordon le Pard
The Place of Landscape: representing Nature or embellishing it? Roy Birch
'Its peculiar beauty' - A picturesque description of the River Hamble David Chun
Hampshire Days Dawn Cansfield
Book Review: Otherlands: A World in the Making, Thomas Halliday Mike Broderick
Local History Section Editor, Mark Page
Firework Makers in Winchester in the 19th Century Jan Church
The Lymington Bath and Improvement Company 1833-55 Barry Jolly
Hampshire Record Office: Some Recent Additions to the Archives Sarah Farley
The Hampshire Record Office Foyer Exhibitions
Book Reviews
Archaeology Section Editor, David Allen
Overview David Allen
The Belgae re-visited: from the Iron Age into the Roman Period in Winchester and the New Forest Anthony C King
Book Review  
Lost and found: a forgotten Civil War-era coin hoard from Mousehole Murray Andrews
Hyde 900 David Spurling

Historic Buildings Section Editor, Bill Fergie
The Manor House, Bramley, Revisited Bill Fergie & Edward Roberts

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