Haddon, the Manor, the Hall, Its Lords and Traditions

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E. Stock, 1906 - Haddon Hall (England) - 166 pages
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Page viii - Huge halls, long galleries, spacious chambers join'd By no quite lawful marriage of the arts, Might shock a connoisseur; but, when combined, Form'da whole which, irregular in parts, Yet left a grand impression on the mind, At least of those whose eyes are in their hearts.
Page 168 - Norman Architecture in Essex. Written by ERNEST GODMAN, Architect and Secretary of the Committee for the Survey of the Memorials of Greater London. With Fifty Illustrations (Photographs and Line Drawings) by the Author, assisted by Sydney Newcombe,
Page 120 - that whereto faulconers call their young hawks, by casting it up in the aire, being made of feathers and leather in such wise that in the motion it looks not unlike a fowl.
Page 16 - with as many people defensibly arraied as ye can redily make, and that ye be with me there in all haste possible as my vray singuler trust is in you, and as I mowe doo thing to your wele or worship heraftir, And God
Page 12 - Knight, who sometime was Treasurer of Calais, which Sir William indeed died the last day of the month of June, in the year of Our Lord 1467 ; and Margaret, wife of the said William, daughter and heiress of Sir Robert
Page 152 - of Thoas, Erie of Rutland, who dyed the 4 of June, 1611, and Dorothie his wife, one of the daughters and heires to S r George Vernon, of Haddon, Knight, who deceased the 24 day of June, in the 26 yere of the raigne of Queen
Page 6 - have given and granted, and by this my present charter have confirmed to William son
Page 168 - net. The City of York. THE STORY OF ITS WALLS, BARS, AND CASTLES. Being a Complete History and Pictorial Record of the Defences of the City,
Page x - from the Duke of Clarence, the Earl of Warwick, and Kings Edward IV., Richard III., and Henry VII., written on paper and folded very small, lay hidden between large leases engrossed on thick parchment.

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