from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete spelling of friary.
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The whole way from the palace to the friery was strown with green rushes, and the walls were hung with tapestry, as was the Friers 'church in which the ceremony was performed.
A little farther is another turning into this friery, where the Anabaptifts have a burying place and a meeting-houfe, the weftern walls of which, toward the river, have much the* appearance of an old chapel: