Use of Clay to Prevent Leakages

1886 Scientific American  
Thischurch is designed in the thirteenth century style, and is faced externally in coursed rubble, with local stone called Parpoint Tegsnose, from the neighboring hills. It is of a delicate pink color. The dressings to doorways, windows, and strings, etc., are executed in Hollington, also a local stone, and show tool marks. The interior is lined with dark red pressed bricks, relieved in arches, pillars, windows, and strings with rubbed Hollington stone. The roof is covered with reddish brown
more » ... es, and internally is lined with match-boarding, divided into panels by moulded ribs and supported by carved principals, which spring from stone shafts. mnning up
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican12011886-133ebuild fatcat:vl2ejob7uramliyfrjdhlqj44m