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Title

Ruined Abbeys and Castles of Great Britain

Date

1862

People

Artist: Various Artists,

Author: William Howitt, British 1792-1879

Author: Mary Botham Howitt, British 1799 - 1888

Publisher: A. W. Bennett, active mid- to late-19th century

Printer: Richard Barrett, British? active mid- to late-19th century

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Title

Ruined Abbeys and Castles of Great Britain

People

Artist: Various Artists,

Author: William Howitt, British 1792-1879

Author: Mary Botham Howitt, British 1799 - 1888

Publisher: A. W. Bennett, active mid- to late-19th century

Printer: Richard Barrett, British? active mid- to late-19th century

Date

1862

Classification

Photographs

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Page 76.2
Architecture 73.8
Paper 71.3
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Housing 56.3
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Microsoft

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prove
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which
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completed
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did
Moon, the prior, before he had completed his weftern
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PRIORY
moft
forrowful
of
we
poffeffors
enlarge
enrich
their
houfe
ftill
and
Richard
completed
WEST
agreeably
to
the
nave
a
parifh
divine
In
ftand
cylindric
tall
end
aifle
Chantry
under
4
fhall
fpeak.
The
did
ceafe
im-
prove
them,
building,
from
prior,
he
weftern
tower.
fee
converted
fervice
performed.
equally
fine
tracery.
old
Chapel,
particularly
fortunate
broke
upon
before
had
FRIORY,
END
vifitor
into
where
is
parts
five
columns,
which
not
Henry
VIII.
in
property
his
EOLTON
wll
be
furprifed
church,
lancet
glafs,
beautiful
At
BOLTON PRIORY 4 moft forrowful occafion, of which we fhall more particularly fpeak. The fortunate poffeffors did not ceafe to enlarge im- prove and enrich their houfe till Henry VIII. broke in upon them, ftill building, and wrefted the property from Richard Moon, the prior, before he had completed his weftern tower. EOLTON FRIORY, WEST END The vifitor wll be agreeably furprifed to fee the nave converted into a parifh church, where divine fervice is ftill performed. In different parts of the nave ftill ftand five lofty cylindric columns, and equally fine tall lancet windows, with fragments of ftained glafs, and beautiful tracery. At the eaft end of the aifle of the nave is the old Chantry Chapel, under
BOLTON
occafion,
more
till
wrefted
Moon,
different
lofty
windows,
with
fragments
ftained
eaft