"a woodin trap doar I liffit up and gone down some conkreat steps. Come to a nother doar then with 2 bars"
[BJB] proposes that Lissener's chamber may be part of the so-called Ashford Cage, a building originally built in the 16th century which for unknown reasons contains a small underground prison cell (Briscall, Archaeologia Cantiana 101, 1984). The ground floor was later used for shops, including a bookstore. Its address is No. 1 Middle Row, Ashford.