A Series of Picturesque Views of Seats of the Noblemen and Gentlemen of Great Britain and Ireland: With Descriptive and Historical Letterpress, Volume 6

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Francis Orpen Morris
W. Mackenzie, 1880 - Castles

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Page 79 - ... buildings are enclosed by an irregular court, surrounded by a moat. The entrance to the keep is through an elegant sculptured arched door-way, leading to a flight of steps, over which an apartment, called the dungeon-room, is shown as the place where Edward II. was barbarously murdered. This building is flanked by three semicircular towers, and a square one of later construction. The various apartments contain a good collection of portraits, many of them executed in a very superior style. During...
Page 36 - April llth., 1806, as VISCOUNT HOWICK and EARL GREY. He married in 1762, Elizabeth, daughter of George Grey, Esq., of .Southwick.

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