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Account of remains of the Prior of Lewes" Hostelry...in a letter to Henry Petrie.

John Gage

Account of remains of the Prior of Lewes" Hostelry...in a letter to Henry Petrie.

by John Gage

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splendid example in the Golden Book of Edgar, so called. on account of its raised gold text.[2] Work of this grand. character is the best testimony to the noble spirit of. monachism in the days of Ethelwold. [1] Archaeologia, xxiv. I9. [2] B. M. Cott. Vesp., A. viii., written .   The remains of an ancient house belonging to the Priory at Lewes are to be seen in the old farmhouse named Swanborough which lies between Kingston and Iford. The architecture is Perpendicular, and Early English; permission should be obtained to examine the interesting details which, include a venerable oak table in the kitchen.


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