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The Hawarden Visitors' Hand-Book

Revised Edition, 1890

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Published: 1890
Language: English
Wordcount: 10,577 / 39 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 65.4
LoC Category: D
Downloads: 287
Added to site: 2006.12.04 15468
Genre: Non-fiction

oom without fire-place or seat--the upper a state room lighted from three recesses and entered from the portcullis chamber.

Next to this last is the Chapel, or rather Sacrarium, with a cinquefoil- headed doorway, and a small recess for a piscina, with a projecting bracket and fluted foot. Against the West wall is a stone bench, and above it a rude squint through which the elevation of the Host could be seen from the adjoining window recess. Of the two windows, one is square, the other lancet-headed. The altar is modern. There is a mural gallery in the thickness of the wall running round nearly the whole circle of the Keep, and with remarkably strong vaulting.

Descending from the Keep and inclosing the space below, were two walls or curtains, as they are technically called. That on the N. side, 7 feet thick and 25 feet high, is still tolerably perfect, and within it lay the way between the Keep and the main ward. Of the South curtain only a fragment remains attached to the Keep.




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