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Full text:[...] 94 Chandler's Ford (6), Otterbourne (8), Compton (10), St. Cross (11), Winchester (12). Hilly but splendid surface at all times. III.—To Winchester, C., through Hursley.—By the Upper Eoad as above (B [...]
Full text:[...] 92 and on the right (south-west bank) Marchwood, Dibden, Hythe, and the splendid mansion and park of Cad-lands, at Fawley; the party should then land at Calshot Beach before returning. V.—To Netley ( [...]
Full text:[...] 91 The opposite bank is rich with rural charms, the cottages and seats of Itchen village rising amidst luxuriant foliage; then higher banks clothed in wood, the summit marked by Peartree Church, Ridg [...]
Full text:[...] 90 different points on the bank of the estuary and rivers, delightful excursions can be made to the New Forest, &c. See following pages. SHORT AQUATIC EXCURSIONS. The opportunities for these are nume [...]
Full text:[...] 89 return by previous route, or Northam Bridge. IV.— From Millbrook by Foundry-lane, stile to the right, by path overhung with trees, into Shirley, about four miles, or return by the next. V.—Fitzhug [...]
Full text:[...] 88 WALKS BOUND SOUTHAMPTON, ACCESSIBLE ONLY TO THE PEDESTRIAN. The whole of the streets and roads described in the preceding parts of this work, are obviously open to the pedestrian, but our object i [...]
Full text:[...] 87 live in quarters in the hospital, and as there are often SO or 60 of them at once, they give great life and animation to the place. They have gratified the neighbourhood on several occasions with [...]
Full text:[...] 86 Wounds or disease. The first stone was laid by H.R.H The Prince of Wales, in August, 1864. It is an extremely pretty object, and is best seen from the water, as then no building is in the rear. Be [...]
Full text:[...] 85 The best view of the building is from the water, hut nearly as good a view is to be had from the end of the pier, and to this point we advise the visitor to go first. The whole length of the build [...]
Full text:[...] 8.4 of an Abbot and twelve monks whose revenue, according to Dr. Speed was £160 2s. 9d. The site of Netley Abbey, with all the buildings was granted by Henry VIII., in the 28th year of his reign to S [...]
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