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" ... another constitute the best apartment in the castle: beyond them is the chapel, some parlours for common use, with rooms for the upper servants, composing the east front. The grand stairs, which lie beyond the hall, occupy an area of forty feet square.... "
Rudimentary architecture: for the use of beginners - Page 128
by Thomas Talbot Bury - 1853
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The antiquities of England and Wales

Francis Grose - Great Britain - 1784
...chapel, some parlours for common use, with rooms for the upper Gervants, composing the east front. The grand stairs, which lie beyond the hall, occupy an area of 40 feet square. The kitchen, which is beyond the staircase, to the west, is large, and, as well as the hall and chapel, goes up...
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The Traveller's Guide; Or, English Itinerary: Containing Accurate ..., Volume 1

Walley Chamberlain Oulton - England - 1805 - 712 pages
...colleges at Oxford nnd Cambridge, the fire place being in the centre, aud the buttery at the lower end. The grand stairs which lie beyond the hall, occupy an area of 40 feet square. The kitchen is large, and аз well as the hall and chapel reaches in height to the upper story of the house. The...
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An Historical and Descriptive Account of the Coast of Sussex: Brighton ...

John Docwra Parry - Sussex (England) - 1833 - 435 pages
...the chapel, some parlours for common use, with rooms for upper servants, composing the east front. The grand stairs which lie beyond the hall occupy an area of forty feet square ; the kitchen, which is beyond the staircase, to the west, is large, and as well...
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Examples of Gothic architecture, selected from various antient edifices in ...

Augustus Charles Pugin, Augustus Welby N. Pugin, Edward James Willson - 1836
...chapel, some parlours for common use, with rooms for the upper servants, composing the east front. The grand stairs, which lie beyond the hall, occupy an area of forty feet square. The kitchen, which is beyond the staircase to the west, is large, and, as well as...
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Rudimentary Architecture for the Use of Beginners and Students: The Orders ...

William Henry Leeds - Architecture - 1848 - 139 pages
...from whom it descended to the Rev. Robert Hare, by whom it was completely gutted and reduced to a rum in the year 1777. All that now remains of Herst-Monceaux...stone, and in every one was painted glass. The towers oa each side of the gate-house on the south front are 84 feet high, and very fine in design. This castle,...
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The Penny Magazine of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., Volume 14

1845
...chapel, some parlours for common use, with rooms for the upper servants, composing the cast front. The grand stairs, which lie beyond the hall, occupy an area of forty feet square. '”'he kitchen, which is beyond the staircase, to the west, is large, and, as well...
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