Dinner at Lacock in 1729

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Published by Wiltshire Folklife Society in Marlborough,Wilts .

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Statement[by]Penelope Carew Hunt, [at al.].
ContributionsHunt, Penelope Carew., Wiltshire Folklife Society.
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Open LibraryOL20030962M
ISBN 100907756085
OCLC/WorldCa347272413

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Lacock Abbey was founded on the manorial lands by Ela, Countess of Salisbury and established in ; and the village – with the manor – formed its endowment to "God and St Mary". Lacock was granted a market and developed a thriving woollen industry during the Ceremonial county: Wiltshire.

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The nearest airport is Bristol Airport, miles from the property/10(85). The village of Lacock dates back to the 13th Century when Lacock was a classic wool village. The outward appearance of the village is of this time, but Lacock is a normal living village complete with functioning school, public houses, church, bakery and post office.

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At the time of the Domesday Book,the settlements at Lacock and Lackham were roughly similar in size although Lacock possibly had a small church.

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Walpole’s Gothic, though apparently as lighthearted, was more serious in intent. When in he decided to rebuild his house. Dinner, the biggest meal, was generally at midday or mid-afternoon and might include one or two meats, vegetables, and a dessert.

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