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" ... than the rock on which this edifice is erected. Within, however, all is desolation and ruin. In the second great rounder from the entrance is the muniment room of the Cliffords, in which the treasures and the writings were anciently kept. The apartments,... "
History, Directory & Gazeteer, of the County of York: With Select Lists of ... - Page 403
by Edward Baines - 1822
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The civil, ecclesiastical, literary, commercial, and miscellaneous ..., Volume 2

Edward Parsons - Bradford (West Yorkshire, England) - 1834
...however, all is desolation and ruin. In the second great rounder from the entrance is the muniment room of the Cliffords, in which the treasures and...Pembroke, — a head of Sir Ingram Clifford; another called Fair Rosamond, intended for Lady Margaret Percy ; and a half-length picture, in a very decayed...
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The Civil, Ecclesiastical, Literary, Commercial, and Miscellaneous ..., Volume 2

Edward Parsons - Bradford (West Yorkshire, England) - 1834
...room of the Cliffords, in which tin treasures and the writings were anciently kept. The apartment? formed, about sixty years since, out of the gallery,...direction of the Countess of Pembroke, — a head of Sir lugrani Clifford ; another called Fair Rosamond, intended for LaiU Margaret Percy ; and a half-length...
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The annals of Yorkshire from the earliest period to the present time, Volume 2

Henry Schroder - Yorkshire (England) - 1852
...door- way, was added by Lady Pembroke. In the second great rounder from the entrance is the muniment room of the Cliffords, in which the treasures and...since, out of the gallery, contain several portraits, particularly the great historical family picture, painted and inscribed under the direction of the...
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The annals of Yorkshire

Henry Schroeder - 1852
...door-way, was added by Lady Pembroke. In the second great rounder from the entrance is the muniment room of the Cliffords, in which the treasures and...since, out of the gallery, contain several portraits, particularly the great historical family picture, painted and inscribed under the direction of the...
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The Annals of Yorkshire from the Earliest Period to the Present Time, Volume 2

Henry Schroder - Yorkshire (England) - 1852
...kept. The apartments, formed about sixty years since, out of the gallery, contain several portraits, particularly the great historical family picture,...Pembroke — a head of Sir Ingram Clifford — another, called Fair Rosamond, intended for Lady Margaret Percy — and a half-length picture conjectured for...
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