Southwold and Its Vicinity, Ancient and Modern

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F. Skill, 1839 - 420 psl.
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281 psl. - Western extremity of the church, is the following inscription : -'This church was enlarged in the year 1830, by which means 487 additional sittings were obtained; and, in consequence of a grant from the 'Incorporated Society for promoting the Enlargement, Building, and Repairing of Churches and Chapels...
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293 psl. - Francis" chapel, which was laid between the said hills, was discovered. Where, besides the ruins of the walls, were five round stones near of a bigness. The dimensions of one I took, were four feet the diameter, and near two the thickness.

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