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Series: Portsmouth Grammar School monographs

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Portsmouth in the time of the founder by Sarah Quail1
The three Old Portmuthian VCs by S. M. Holloway2
The Portsmouth Grammar School and Aria College by R.A. Peel3
A Turner for Portsmouth by Simon Willcocks4
Portsmouth: literary city by Edward Lake5
The Hilsea Lines by Geoffrey Salvetti6
A history of Cambridge Barracks by Catherine Smith7
The Portsmouth Grammar School: a little overview by Timothy Hands8
From Bombay to Southsea: the two childhoods of Rudyard Kipling by Norman Page9
Shakespeare and the sea : or "The sea-coast of Warwickshire" by Richard Proudfoot10
Our roaring channels : Turner, Portsmouth and the sea by James Hamilton11
The Lindsay years: the Portsmouth Grammar School under the headmastership of Donald Lindsay, 1942-1953 by P. W. Galliver12
Walter Hammond: Old Portmuthian by Peter Galliver13
Unitarianism in Portsmouth: Essays to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the re-buiding of the John Pounds Memorial Church by Julian Elphick-Smith18
A tribute to Clifford Benson by Portsmouth Grammar School19
Arthur Conan Doyle and the Lancelyn Green bequest by Edward Lacey20
Hilsea : the winds of change by John Sadden21
Mike Barnard `good at games' by Dave Allen22

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