from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See clocher.
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Adjacent to this smaller plot was the clochier or campanile of St. Paul's, which was a distinct building from the cathedral proper, and contained the great bell, known as the
Note:  The clochier in Paul's Churchyard -- a bell-house, four square, builded of stone, with four bells; these were called Jesus Bells.
The common speech then was that he did set £100 upon a cast at dice against it, and so won the said clochier and bells of the king.