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Engraved by J. Greig for the Antiquarian &Topographical Cabinet from a Draw by

Ruins Episcopal Palace, Lincoln.

Published for the Proprietors by W.Clarke, New Bond S & J Carpenter Old Bond May 18.

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this unhappy contest, the Palace of Lincoln was plundered of its riches, its beauty destroyed, and many of its exulting towers levelled with the ground, never more to raise their humbled heads.

The late Dr. Nelthorpe obtained a lease of the site, and built a good stone house of the old materials; it is now the property of lady Ingoldby Amcotes.

The venerable ruins of the Palace, overhung with

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