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" These pillars terminate towards the east by a sweep, thereby enclosing the chapel of Edward the Confessor in a kind of semicircle, and excluding all the rest. On the arches of the pillars are galleries of double columns, fifteen feet wide, covering the... "
The New London Magazine - Page 487
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London and Its Environs Described: Containing an Account of ..., Volume 1

James Dodsley - London (England) - 1761
...are others in the wall, which as they rife, fpring into femiarches, and are every where met in acute angles by their oppofites, and meeting in the roof...over which there is an upper range of larger windows, and by thefe, together with the four capital windows, facing the north, eaft, fouth and weft, the whole...
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London and Its Environs Described: Containing an Account of ..., Volume 1

James Dodsley - London (England) - 1761
...others in the wall, which •as they rife, fpring into ferniarches and are every where met in acute angles by their oppofites, and meeting in the roof...variety of carvings. On the arches of the pillars are galler1es of double columns fifteen feet w1de, covering the f1de 1lles, and enlightened by a middle...
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The New Present State of Great Britain: Containing a Succinct Account of the ...

Great Britain - 1770 - 354 pages
...are others in the wall, which, as they rife, fpring into femiarches, and are every where met in acute angles by their oppofites ; and meeting in the roof,...of double columns, fifteen feet wide, covering the fide-ifles, and enlightened by a middle range of windows, over which there is an upper range of larger...
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London: Being an Accurate History and Description of the British Metropolis ...

David Hughson - London (England) - 1807
...spring into semi-arches, and meet in acute angles with their opposite*, which in the roof are adorned by a variety of carvings. On the arches of the pillars...of double columns fifteen feet wide, covering the side aisles, and enlightened by a middle range of windows, over which is an upper range of larger windows;...
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An Historical Description of Westminster Abbey, Its Monuments and ...

Westminster Abbey - London (England) - 1834 - 189 pages
...thereby enclosing the chapel of Edward the Confessor in a kind of semicircle, and excluding all the rest. On the arches of the pillars are galleries of double columns, fifteen feet wide, covering the side-aisles, and lighted by a middle range of windows, over which there is an upper range of larger...
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An historical description of Westminster-abbey, its monuments and curiosities

Westminster abbey - 1841
...thereby enclosing the chapel of Edward the Confessor in a kind of semicircle, and excluding all the rest. On the arches of the pillars are galleries of double columns, fifteen feet wide, covering the side-aisles, and lighted by a middle range of windows, over which there is an upper range of larger...
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Cruchley's Picture of London, or visitor's assistant

George Frederick Cruchley - 1842 - 294 pages
...thereby enclosing the chapel of Edward the Confessor in a kind of semicircle, and excluding all the rest. On the arches of the pillars are galleries of double columns, fifteen feet wide, covering the side-aisles, and lighted by a middle range of windows, over which there is an upper range of larger...
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The Visitor's Guide to the Sights of London: Including the National ...

1844
...thereby enclosing the chapel of Edward the Confessor in a kind of semicircle, and excluding all the rest. On the arches of the pillars are galleries of double columns, fifteen feet wide, covering the aide-aisles, and lighted by a middle range of windows, over which there is an upper range of larger...
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A Historical Description of Westminster Abbey

1844 - 124 pages
...thereby enclosing the chapel of Edward the Confessor, in a kind of semicirle, and excluding all the rest. On the arches of the pillars, are galleries of double columns, fifteen feet wide, covering the side-aisles, and lighted by a middle range of windows, over which there is an upper range of larger...
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Cruchley's Picture of London ...: History; Rise, and Progress of the ...

G. F. Cruchley - 1847 - 323 pages
...thereby enclosing the chapel of Edward the Confessor in a kind of semicircle, and excluding all the rest. On the arches of the pillars are galleries of double columns, fifteen feet wide, covering the side-aisles, and lighted by a middle range of windows, over which there is an upper range of larger...
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