Brown's Hospital - Stamford Browne's Hospital is a medieval almshouse in Stamford, Lincolnshire, England. It was founded in 1485 by wealthy wool merchant William Browne to provide a home and a house of prayer for twelve poor men and two poor women.
Night towers over all/And through the box-trees of evergreen cupolas/the foolish emperor tiptoes away/into the magic gardens of his retorts/and in the halcyon air of rose-red evenings/rings out the tinkle of the glass foliage/as it is touched by the alche
Her castle was a true vision. Ever changing spires and shifting walls. With every change of view the glass of the windows shattered and spilled onto the ground, falling to dust only to be blown away by the wind.