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Temple Newsam House, North Wing

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Temple Newsam
Leeds Library & Information Services
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D LIE Temple (6)
Temple Newsam House, North Wing
Undated, View shows the ivy-clad walls of the North Wing of Temple Newsam House, seen from the south east. This part of the house was built in the 1620s by Sir Arthur Ingram of red brick with stone decorations. Ingram added the prayer around the roof top in 1628 which was recited at daily worship in the chapel.

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