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Page 96 - The directions for these members in the body of the contract are unfortunately interrupted by an illegible portion, which I shall venture to supply as follows : — • XXXIII.
Page 96 - ... hundred pounds Sterling; of which sum he shall be paid in the manner as it shall be declared hereafter; that is to say, when he has excavated the ground of said church, aisles, buttresses, porches, and steeple, hewn and set his ground table-stones, and his string-courses and the wall thereto within and without as it ought to be well and duly made, then he shall have six pounds, thirteen shillings, four pence. And when...