1844

1844

Consolidation of the ruins by Sir Frederick H. Hervey Bathurst, raising a stone with some anecdotes of history carved upon it including ‘…here were enacted the Constitutions of Clarendon, the first barrier raised against the claims of secular jurisdiction by the See of Rome.

The spirit awakened within these walls ceased not until it had vindicated the authority of the laws and accomplished the Reformation of the Church of England…’.

Carved by William Osmond, resident nearby.

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