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the caps of pillars. It would seem as though, in the sense of security in which the English were, they took a pleasure in laughing at the grave precautions employed on the Continent,

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Battlemented Transom

where the battlement was something far too serious and important to be treated as an ornament. The poor old hall has shrunk and been degraded into a mere lobby, in which to