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2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 side chapels we wait at an iron gate beside the high alter [sic]
until a score has collected, then pay a sixpence (12 cts) each and
follow the guide who leads us through all sorts of narrow crooked
passages, into damp and musty chapels of massive masonry,
giving the
names and a
scrap of his-
tory, in such
rapid suc-
cession that
that [sic] our
brains were
in a whirl
as, the prizes
in a lottery
Ten chapels
the rear of
the Cathedral
Perhaps the
most extensive
and expensive
is that of
Henry 7th
died 1509
in a gilded -In WestMinster Abbey-

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