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GEORGE INN, NORTON ST. PHILIP

GEORGE INN, NORTON ST. PHILIP

Ill-fated Monmouth is said to have stayed at this inn, of which the courtyard is shown in the photograph, on June 26, 1685, the eve of a skirmish with King James's troops. The George dates from the fifteenth century.

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