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ablest altar piece answerable in situation anti antient Augustus balcony battlements Bedwardine bells bishop of Worcester Bishop's Palace building busts called Guesten Hall carved centre arch cester chapter of Wor chapter of Worcester chimes church is situate circular city arms Civitas Clement's Coins columns communion Corinthian council chamber court cove cornice crown bar decent doric dows east Edgar's Tower effigies elegant enriched entrance erected esteemed feet 6 inches fluted four pinnacles front gallery gift gold letters handsome hath head High Street honour houses impropriate inscription King Charles late latter Marlborough master-piece Maximus Michael's motto neat nisi prius bar north end north side noster ornamented oval pannelled peal pedestal pediment Peter's pewed pilasters pillars Pius plain ceiling Queen Ann rectory refectory Saxon scroll Semper fidelis Severn small old church south end statues stone stucco supported three aisles Treviris underneath vicarage wainscoted wall whole length paint Wyke
Page 11 - City of Worcester, Worcester, 1764, p. 65. A Query in reply to the Dean and Canon might be — What will they do with the books in their chapter-house, when that chapter-house is restored, now that they have lost their Guesten Hall ? Will they get rid of them, too, as goodfor-nothing...
Page 7 - Britannia's glory on the fall of France. 4. Menin. Let Menin on my sides engraven be; And Flanders freed from Gallic slavery. 5. Turin. When in harmonious peal I roundly go, Think on Turin, and triumphs on the Po. 6. Eugene. With joy I hear illustrious Eugene's name; Fav'rite of fortune and the boast of fame.
Page 11 - Hall Court, for the determining of differences between their tenants : and it was a custom, preserved even to the days of King Charles I. that the tenants of this church might not sue each other in actions for less than forty shillings, in any court but this.
Page 4 - The altar piece is corinthian, divided by four pilasters ; on each side of the communion is a plain pilaster, on a pedestal, painted in imitation of fluting, and is, indeed, a pretty deception.
Page 13 - The lower part of the inside is in one room, 110 feet 6 inches long, by 25 feet б inches broad, and 21 feet high, with a Corinthian modilian cornice, a plain cieling, with three circular ornaments for lamps. Its west side is taken up by the two courts of justice, situate on each side of the...
Page 3 - This church has a pretty organ, consisting of eleven stops, 'supported by two doric pillars, fluted ; and is the gift of William Swift, Esq. late of this city. The tower is concluded with four pinnacles of...
Page 12 - Chastisement, and that on the south end Hercules, or Labour. In a niche between the two centre windows of the upper row in the front, is a statue of Queen I.