Secret Chambers and Hiding Places eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 123 pages of information about Secret Chambers and Hiding Places.


Moseley hall, Staffordshire
Hindlip hall, Worcestershire
Braddocks, Essex
fireplace at Braddocks
Ashby st. Ledgers, Northamptonshire
the plot room, Ashby st. Ledgers
Huddington court, Worcestershire
entrance porch, Huddington court
entrance to “PRIEST’S hole,” Harvington hall
Harvington hall, Worcestershire
Ufton court, Berkshire
  " " Garden terrace, Berkshire
hiding-place, Ufton court
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Ingatestone hall, Essex
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“PRIEST’S hole,” Sawston hall
Scotney castle, Sussex
Compton Winyates, Warwickshire
the minstrelsgallery, Compton Winyates
Sawston hall, Cambridgeshire
Pickersleigh court, Worcestershire
Salford prior hall, Warwickshire
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Hiding-place, Salford prior
showing entrance to hiding place, Salford prior
Oxburgh hall, Norfolk
entrance to hiding-place, Parham hall
Paxhill, Sussex
Cleeve prior manor house, Worcestershire
Baddesley Clinton hall, Warwickshire
hiding-place beneathThe chapel,” Boscobel, salop
hiding-place inThe squire’s bedroom,” Boscobel
entrance to hiding-place in the garret, orChapel,” Boscobel
secret panel, Trent house, Somersetshire
entrance to hiding-place, Trent house
hiding-place, Trent house
Trent house in 1864
Heale house, Wiltshire
Madeley court, Shropshire
   " " The courtyard, Shropshire
   " " Shropshire
entrance to “PRIEST’S hole,” The upper house, Madeley, Shropshire
interior of “PRIEST’S hole,” Moseley hall, Staffordshire
secret panel at Salisbury
secret chamber, Chastleton, Oxfordshire

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