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        Hendlip House, the Retreat of the Jesuit Garnet, illustration from John Cassell's 'Illustrated History of England vol.3'

        English School, (19th century). Medium: engraving. Date: 1873. Originally built by the Abington family in 1575, the building seen in this image was destroyed by fire and subsequently demolished in 1820; The Abington family were ardent Catholic Recusants and the house is best known as a hiding place for Edward Oldcorne, Nicholas Owen, Henry Garnet and Ralph Ashley, all who were under suspicion of involvement in the Gunpowder Plot of 1606; 99;Tudor architecture; assassination of James I; manor house; priest hole; hideaway; Guy Fawkes; treason; exterior; facade; Provenance: Private Collection.


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