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" ... for the use of the prisoners when the weather will not permit their walking in the yard. There are also three other diagonal wings having arcades; these are of larger dimensions, having a double row of cells on the upper floor. "
History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Norfolk, and the City and County of the ... - Page 83
by White, Francis, & Co - 1854 - 881 pages
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History of Norfolk; or, excursions in the county

Thomas Kitson Cromwell - 1819
...cells on the upper floor. The number of cells in each radiating wing is 40, that is, 20 on each floor. The diagonals crossing the radiating wings at right angles, contain only a single row of cells, having an arcade under each wing for the use of the prisoners, when the weather will not permit their...
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A General History of the County of Norfolk: Intended to Convey All the ...

John] [Chambers - Norfolk (England) - 1829
...is two hundred and forty, viz. two hundred and four in the new, and thirty-six in the old building. The diagonals crossing the radiating wings at right angles, contain only a single row of cells, having an arcade under each wing for the use of the prisoners when the weather will not permit their...
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A general history of the county of Norfolk, intended to convey all the ...

John Chambers - 1829
...is two hundred and forty, viz. two hundred and four in the new, and thirty-six in the old building. The diagonals crossing the radiating wings at right angles, contain only a single row of cells, having an arcade under each wing for the use of the prisoners when the weather will not permit their...
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A topographical and historical account of the city and county of Norwich [by ...

John Stacy - 1831
...cells on the upper floor. The number of cells in each wing is forty, that is, twenty on each floor. The diagonals, crossing the radiating wings at right angles, contain only a single row of cells, having an arcade in front for the use of the prisoners, when the state of the weather will not permit...
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History, gazetteer, and directory, of Norfolk, and ... the city of Norwich

William White - 1836
...wings are 240, and there are 36 in the old Keep. The diagonals, crossing the radiating wings alright angles, contain only a single row of cells, each having...weather will not permit their walking in the yard. Behind these are three other diagonal wings of larger dimensions, with arcades below, and double rows...
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