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Carisbrooke Village

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Carisbrooke Village.-The village of Carisbrooke is beautifully situated. The Church, embowered among the trees, stands on an elevated site close to the Priory, with which it was associated. The Chancel was destroyed in Queen Elizabeth's reign by Lord Walsingham, whose obligation it was to have kept it in repair. The Pulpit is a relic of Puritan times, dated 1658, very small and plain. It was evidently not intended for the preacher to sit down, as nails stick up in the very small seat. The Lukely stream runs through the village. The view here shown is taken from the Beech Grove, a very beautiful walk leading to Carisbrooke Castle.

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