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Temple Newsam House, Inscription

Subject ID:
Temple Newsam
Subject Year:
Leeds Library & Information Services
Class number:
D LIE Temple (7)
Temple Newsam House, Inscription
1928 East view of Temple Newsam House. The first Temple Newsam House was built in the early 1500s by Thomas Lord Darcy. Sir Arthur Ingram demolished three sides of this original Tudor buildings leaving the west wing which survives as the central block of the present house. Ingram bought the house in 1622, adding the North and South wings and the inscription reads, 'All Glory and Praise be Given to God, the Father the Son and Holy Ghost on High, Peace on Earth Good Will Towards all Men, Honour and True Allegiance to our Gracious King, Loving Affection Amongst his Subjects, Health and Plenty be Within This House'.

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