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BUGLE AND FRENCH STREETS, SAINT MICHAEL'S-SQUARE, ETC.
BUGLE-STREET
Leaves the Quay at the store already described. Closely adjoining the latter are the house and gardens of the Gxammae School (see p. 13). On the opposite side was Bugle Hall (p. 12), "Westgate-street turning by the angle of its garden wall.
St. JOSEPH'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Is nearly at the top of the street, and is a simple but elegant piece of Gothic architecture in the middle pointed style, executed in Caen store and white brick Adjoining it is the neat residence of the priest, the Rev. Canon Hall. Immediately above it opens
SAINT MICHAEL'S SQUARE.
The Aireisirr Timbie House, on the left or west side, will first strike the attention. Its singular and beautiful architecture, although defaced, by time and clumsy repairs, still merits inspection. Tradition says that here Henry VIII. and Anne Boleyn lodged when visiting Southampton. Adjoining this house, Blue Anchor-lane, in which the old timber houses nearly touch at the upper story, leads to the Arcade. On the north side of the Square are the St. Michael's Parochial Schools, and on the south those belonging-to St. Joseph's Church.
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