Copies from several of these works may be seen in the Arundel Society's Collection.
When they were all assembled, Arundel was the first to speak.
Some Arundel prints hung upon the pillars, and Agnes expressed the opinion that pictures inside a place of worship were a pity.
The following statement is taken from Archbishop Arundel's record.
Mrs. Arundel looked up from the desk where she was writing a letter, and saw her daughter standing before her.
His vow had scarcely been registered when Arundel Dacre came in alone.
His ubiquitous patrols seriously alarmed the Boer general as to the safety of his outposts at Arundel.
Arundel Dacre entered with them, woke the Duke, and praised him for his punctuality.
This appears to establish a tenure by barony in Arundel, as a recent determination had done in Abergavenny.
However, he did not leave Dacre at the same time as Arundel, but lingered on.