Shakespeares Land Being a Description of Central And Southern Warwickshire

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Shakespeares Land Being a Description of Central And Southern Warwickshire
C J Charles James Ribton Turner
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Was harboured in his flight after the Battle of Worcester, and where, to complete the disguise, he turned the kitchen spit. The house has been restored, all the old features being carefully preserved as far as possible.
SHAKESPEARE'S LAND. 169 now undiscoverable. The house, which has lost one of its original wings, is a picturesque stone building with gables, charmingly clothed with ivy. It is apparently of Tudor origin with later alterations. The interior still contains an oak panelled room, i
...n a corner of which is an "ascham" or locker for bows and arrows. Peaches and grapes ripen on the sunny south walls, and so luxuriantly do fruit trees grow here that the plum and damson trees in the garden require to be propped to enable them to sustain the superabundant weight of fruit. A little below the house the Avon pursues its placid course to Bidford, past Hill- borough Grange and mill.
Proceeding on our road at about six and a quarter miles from Stratford, or three-quarters of a mile before reaching Bidford, we came on the right to a small modern red brick barn in a field by the roadside.


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