It is there my father found all these fine poems, you know, up in the muniment room.'
The economist goes to their muniment rooms for the record of domestic management and expenditure during those ages.
Last, but far most striking of all the haunts of Chatterton, is that muniment room over the north porch.
There is another copy of the present document, but fragmentary and decayed, in the muniment room of Canterbury Cathedral.
These marks were noted in a variety of documents, belonging to the Corporation, one preserved in their muniment room.
Over it was formerly the muniment room, but in 1870 the archives were removed to the Chapter House for greater safety.
Above the porch is a lofty room, probably used as the muniment room of the Priory.
The chapel and muniment room above should be inspected, but admission cannot now be obtained to the hall.
Chatterton pretended to have found these among the contents of an old chest in the muniment room of St. Mary Redcliff's.
The muniment Room, which is approached from the south choir transept, is part of a two-storied building, octagonal in plan.