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the catacombs. Max glanced at the white face of Helen Cumberly,
interesting relics. A prominent feature is the carved Jacobean
The building dates from the fifteenth century, though it
up two miles north-east from Lambert's Castle. At Birdsmoor
The people here live chiefly on shell-fish and potatoes.
moon hung over the bay, and the night came creeping over
in my soul, that the sun shone on Ralph Copplestone just
endlessly good and noble about such a thing. I think a
that she might honestly give him the answer that he demanded.
parish charities of Colyton are still mostly derived from
Murray's Handbook to Dorset (1859) puts forward the theory
1680. There are interesting effigies of the Pole family
freedom from doubt and questioning. Baynes had urged her
agricultural workers, a smell of supper preparing, and
itself anything like a popular watering-place; yet it has
the inscription PEDITATIO TOTUM; MEDITATIO TOTUM, A.D.
was scarcely superior to an English cottager. At night
building. It was once the home of the Yonge family, and
doorway to the Old Market, over the gateway of which is
everywhere about him the atmosphere of the blacksmith.
man more common interests than the cultured guests of Bwana
In the north aisle is the mausoleum of the Yonge family.
to point out the spot where Monmouth landed, but the great
built in the hollow and on the slopes of a deep combe,
and other comforts. At Caylen, the most southern island,
THIS ANNO, 1613. It was removed from a column near the
his fingers, right and left, and presently found slimy
front wall. This wall is pierced by two arches, with a
too, for I knew I was paying him a paltry sum for an article
its alignment is exactly that of[Pg 215] the larger archway
tables, and lifting Helen Cumberly, carried her half-way
specimen like this one is not to be found anywhere—outside