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" ... smaller, being designed to give light only to the rooms and galleries in that wall. The main walls were carried to the top of the fourth story, where the tower was covered by a grand platform, or flat roof, which, together with the several floors,... "
A topographical account of Tattershall - Page 2
by Tattershall - 1813
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The Beauties of England and Wales, Or, Delineations, Topographical ..., Volume 9

John Britton, Edward Wedlake Brayley - Architecture - 1807 - 755 pages
...machicolation enclosed the tower, on which there is a parapet wall of great thickness, with arches. This was to protect the persons employed over the machicolations. Upon these arches is a second platform and parapet, containing embrasures; above which the spired turrets rise to a considerable height. The...
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The antiquarian itinerary: comprising specimens of architecture ..., Volume 6

Architecture - 1817
...there is a parapet wall of great thickness, with arches : this was VOL. vi. о TATTEKSHALL CASTLE. to protect the persons employed over the machicolations. Upon these arches is a second platform and parapet, containing emhrasures ; above which the spired turrets rise to a considerahle height....
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The Antiquarian Itinerary: Comprising Specimens of Architecture ..., Volume 6

James Storer - Architecture - 1817 - 342 pages
...there is a parapet wall of great thickness, with arches : this wa» VOL. VI. G TATTEKSHALL CASTLE. tu protect the persons employed over the machicolations. Upon these arches is a second platform and parapet, containing embrasures ; above which the spired turrets rise to a considerable height....
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The antiquarian itinerary [by J.S. Storer].

James Sargant Storer - 1817
...the tower, on which there is a parapet wall of great thickness, with arches : this was VOL, VI. G tu protect the persons employed over the machicolations. Upon these arches is a second platform and parapet, containing embrasures ; abore which the spired turrets rise to a considerable height....
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 91, Part 2; Volume 130

Early English newspapers - 1821
...which, together with the several floors, is entirely destroyed. Surrounding this part of the tower are very deep machicolations, upon which, and part...lead. The cone of the fourth turret is demolished. * Between the Castle and the Church stands an ancient brick building, th« wall above the Western door...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 91, Part 2

Early English newspapers - 1821
...which, together with the several floors, is entirely destroyed. Surrounding this part of the tower are very deep machicolations, upon which, and part...these arches is a second platform, enclosed with a parapeLand embrasures; above which the embattled turrets rise to a considerable height i three of them...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for ..., Volume 91, Part 2

English essays - 1821
...which, together with the several floors, is entirely destroyed. Surrounding this part of the tower are very deep machicolations, upon which, and part...persons employed over the machicolations. Upon these a rche* is a second platform, enclosed with a parapet and embrasures t above which the embattled turrets...
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History of the County of Lincoln: From the Earliest Period to the ..., Volume 2

Lincolnshire (England) - 1834
...which, together with the several floors, is entirely destroyed. Surrounding this part of the tower are very deep machicolations, upon which, and part...them terminating in cones covered with lead. The cone on the fourth turret is demolished.J On the ground floor is an elegantly carved stone chimney piece,...
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Pleasant Days in Pleasant Places

Edward Walford - England - 1878 - 293 pages
...machicolation enclosed the tower, on which there is a parapet wall of great thickness, with arches. This was to protect the persons employed over the machicolations. Upon these arches is a second platform and parapet, containing embrasures ; above which the spired turrets rise to a considerable height....
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Gentleman's Magazine Library: Leicestershire. Monmouthshire

England - 1896
...which, together with the several floors, is entirely destroyed. Surrounding this part of the tower are very deep machicolations, upon which, and part...lead. The cone of the fourth turret is demolished. Between the castle and the church stands an ancient brick building, which, from the style of architecture,...
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