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OF THE HISTORY
HOLY GHOST CHAPEL,
At BASINGSTOKE, in HAMPSHIRE.
An Account of another Religious House, founded at the same Place by
King Henry III. and some other Curious Antiquities.
Biographical Notices of some Eminent Natives of Basingstoke.
TO WHICH IS ADDED
THE RUINS OF A TEMPLE;
WITH A VIEW OF THE CHAPEL.
See yonder hallow'd fane; the pious work
THE SECOND EDITION,
Improved and Enlarged.
To furnish the inquisitive with some Account of Holy Ghost CHAPEL, now venerable in Ruins, its History and Antiquities, with other Particulars connected with it, is the design of the following pages. The Compiler, having derived his information from a variety of authentic sources, which are duly acknowledged, commits this little Performance to the Candour of the intelligent Reader; not without the hope of its communicating a satisfactory Account of an Edifice, which has been considered as deserving the Attention of the Curious,
BASINGSTOKE, 10th March, 1808.