Objects & Places from The Nine Tailors: Changes Rung on an Old Theme in Two Short Touches and Two Full Peals

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Fenchurch St. Paul - This is the name of both the church and the village where most of the action of the story is set.

St. Paul's church - This place was originally an abbey in the Middle Ages.

Walbeach - This place was once a seaside town, but over the centuries, the shoreline has extended.

The Wilbraham Emeralds - This item is a priceless necklace that was once stolen.

Batty Thomas - This object is named after the stern old abbot who once governed the medieval monastery and is supposed to be unlucky.

Tailor Paul - This object is rung to announce every death in the parish, first an appropriate number of strokes to indicate the gender of the deceased (six for a woman; nine for a man), followed by one stroke for every year that the deceased had lived.

The Church Bells - These eight...

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