Thomas Gray to Horace Walpole, [April 1769]
To the Hon. Horace Walpole
Mr. Gray (upon the information of Mr Palgrave ) lets Mr Walpole know, that there is at Luton a Chappel built in Henry 7th's time by a Lord Hoo & Hastings & lined throughout with most beautiful Gothick woodwork: this is going to be demolish'd, & he imagines, Mr Walpole may have its inside for a song.
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