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“Restoration” was begun at first under the direction of Mr. Ferrey, who also restored Christchurch Priory.
The next morning she was found dead among the stakes of a mill dam on the stream called the Priory River.
His luggage was following in a hand-cart, and he was taking the short cut through the Priory gardens.
Ten years afterwards—1133—Henry founded the see of Carlisle, and the priory church became the cathedral.
There is no reason for doubting that the various buildings were handed over in good order at the dissolution of the priory.
The great fire in 1292 caused great destruction to the priory buildings.
"We're rather fond of fads at The Priory," explained Winnie.
After a pause she went on, "You know the Priory very well, I guess?"
Relieved for a moment she turned and hurried on towards the Priory.
Another tradition is, that a subterraneous passage once led from the hermitage to the priory, near the site of the present church.

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