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An illustrated descriptive guide, to the places mentioned in
the writings of Rudyard Kipling.

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cross, bearing in circular compartments the Agnus Dei, and the symbol of two doves drinking should be carefully examined. It appears to be the work of some Norman sculptor, who, however, was not ignorant of the spirit and influences of Italian art. A monument in the chancel commemorates the Rev. John Hurdis, Oxford Professor of Poetry, and an agreeable didactic rhymester, d. 1801. The epitaph is by Hayley. Hurdis was Vicar of Bishopstone, 1791, and Curate of Burwash from 1786 to 1791, and lived at the house called Fryls.
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