The Nine Tailors: Changes Rung on an Old Theme in Two Short Touches and Two Full Peals Setting & Symbolism

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Fenchurch St. Paul

This is both the name of the church and the village where most of the action of the story is set. It contains a main street, two public houses, an Anglican (Episcopalian) church, a Methodist church and a school. The most notable places in the village are the Red House, which belongs to the aristocratic Thorpe family, and the church, which stands with a vicarage (rectory) and the cemetery on a small hill. It is quite close to the massive Thirty-Foot Drain, which drains much of the surrounding farmland, which has been reclaimed from the former swamps. Several other towns are situated nearby, the most important of which are Leamholt and Walbeach.

St. Paul's church

This church was originally an abbey in the Middle Ages, once governed by Abbot Thomas, who ordered the founding of the great bell Batty Thomas and whose tomb still stands...

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