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Publisher: General Books LLC (1 Feb. 2012)
By: George William Manby (Author)
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1802. Excerpt: ... feet high apiece. The door that goes into it out of the south aisle is of free-stone arched. Between the consistory court and the tower, is one window 10 feet high and eight feet broad. From the consistory court to the chapter-house there are five handsome uniform windows in the south aisle, eight feet broad and 1 5 feet high. From the body of the church on this side, to the leads of the south aisle, is 26 feet sis inches. The square of the chapter-house on the outside is 36 feet: the diameter of the pediment about eight feet. To the cast, in the church-yard, is a stair-case, which leads up to a room over the chapter-house, in which there is a school. On the body of the church on that side are 23 battlements: on the south nislc, between the old tower and the chapter-house, 12: beyond that to the end of the south aisle, seven. The length of the south aisle on the outside, including the old tower, from west to east, may be divided thus: to the pent-house, or half roof, (as it is called in this country) it is in length 14 yards: the pent-house takes up two yards more: the consistory court seven yards: thence to the porch, nine yards: the porch three yards and one foot: thence to the chapter-house, 16 yards. The chapter-house itself takes up eight yards six inches. The remaining part of the south aisle is 16 yards and one foot: the length of die whole is /5 yards, two feet, six inches: so much for the south aisle without. There is nothing within till we come to the choir, except a door of a porch which is exactly against the Prebendary's Door in the north aisle. The porch is within in the clear, in length seven feet Jind a balf, in breadth six feet nine inches. Each of these aisles are in breadth, from the footing of the pillars on each side to the outward ...
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