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THE INFIRMARY,
A large and handsome structure in the Italian style, the arrangements of which are excellent. No better
situation for • patients could be imagined than this_
retired and quiet, yet in a cheerful neighbourhood ■with beautiful views of the town, the Itchen, and the opposite hills, opening around it. By the generous bequest of a lady, an elegant Chapel, in Perpendicular Gothic has been added, and also a new wing, at the expense of Mrs. Eyre Crabbe.
CRANBURY-PL ACE, TERRACE, CRANBURY-AVENUE, ETi.->
Are some fine ranges of houses reached from Onslow-road, (which is carried into Roekstone-lane) or from Bellevue. Erom the foot of these streets or Alfred-street, the pedestrian may return by what was till recently a field path, but which now owing to the rapid growth of the town, is together with the neighbouring glebe lands, rapidly becoming covered with houses, into the New-road, or turn to the left into Rockstone-lane. or follow the banks of the Itchen by the road next described.
THE ROAD THROUGH CHAPEL AND NORTHAM.
By crossing or walking round the Church-yard of St. Mary's, the District of " Chapel" is entered, and access gained to another northerly line of road, on the banks of the Itchen. _ Excellent Infant Schools form a bold block on the right* Grove-street is on the left; in it are some ancient Alms Houses, and the Parish Schools, a neat Elizabethan building,
•_ A little distance farther the road branches to the tight, and leads to the Docks and Floating Bridge; but
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