A priory of Austin canons, dating from the 12th cent., once existed here.
The legal rate of interest is fixed at 10 per cent.; 18 per cent.
Five minutes later: "Sivel throws out ballast, temperature -11° cent., barometer 300 millimeters."
The one dates from the 14th, the other from the 16th cent., and both are well worth examining.
Close by the church is a manor house, some portions of which date from the 15th cent., but altered in the 16th cent.
One of these—that of Sir Thomas Rodney—dates from the 15th cent.; the others are later.
At 22 cent., benzine crystallizes with a pressure of about 900 atmospheres.
The church, which is said to date from the 12th cent., looks as if it had once been cruciform, with a central tower.
The Duke never paid them a cent., and never again spoke of his daughter's fortune.
The church itself was originally built in the 15th cent., but only the tower arch belongs to this date.