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A manual for the study of monumental brasses: with a descriptive catalogue ... - Page cxi
by Herbert Haines, Oxford Architectural Society - 1848 - 227 pages
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A glimpse at the monumental architecture and sculpture of Great Britain ...

Matthew Holbeche Bloxam - 1834 - 120 pages
...places, and not to nourish any kinde of superstition. By which meanes not only the churches and places remaine at this present day spoiled, broken and ruinated,...noble and gentle hearts, and the extinguishing of the honorable and good memory of sundry virtuous and noble persons deceased; but also the true understanding...
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The Church History of Britain: From the Birth of Jesus Christ Until the Year ...

Thomas Fuller - Great Britain - 1837
...and not to nourish any kind of superstition, by which means not only the churches and places remain at this present day spoiled, broken, and ruinated,...extinguishing of the honourable and good memory of sundry virtuous and noble persons deceased ; but also the true understanding of divers families in this realm...
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The Church history of Britain, Volume 2

Thomas Fuller - 1837
...and not to nourish any kind of superstition, by which means not only the churches and places remain at this present day spoiled, broken, and ruinated,...extinguishing of the honourable and good memory of sundry virtuous and noble persons deceased ; but also the true understanding of divers families in this realm...
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Documentary Annals of the Reformed Church of England: Being a ..., Volume 1

Edward Cardwell - 1839
...and not to nourish any kind of superstition ; by which means not only the churches and places remain at this present day spoiled, broken, and ruinated,...the extinguishing of the honourable and good memory 15 of sundry virtuous and noble persons deceased; but also the true understanding of divers families...
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Documentary annals of the reformed Church of England: being a ..., Volume 1

Edward Cardwell, Church of England - 1839
...and not to nourish any kind of superstition; by which means not only the churches and places remain at this present day spoiled, broken, and ruinated,...the extinguishing of the honourable and good memory 15 of sundry virtuous and noble persons deceased; but also the true understanding of divers families...
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Remarks on English churches, and on the expediency of rendering sepulchral ...

James Heywood Markland - Law - 1842
...indeed, manifold. It first set forth, that ancient monuments of metal and stone, and Churches also were " spoiled, broken, and ruinated, to the offence of all noble and gentle hearts, to the injury of the public and to private families, and to the slander of such, as had charge to deface...
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Documentary annals of the reformed Church of England: being a ..., Volume 1

Edward Cardwell, Church of England - 1844
...not to nourish any kind of *5 superstition ; by which means not only the churches and places remain at this present day spoiled, broken, and ruinated, to the offence of all noble and gentle hearts, VOL. I. u and the extinguishing of the honourable and good memory of sundry virtuous and noble persons...
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Lawful Church ornaments: being an historical examination of The judgment of ...

Thomas Walter Perry, Stephen Lushington - 1857
...and not to nourish any kind of superstition ; by which means not only the Churches and places remain at this present day spoiled, broken, and ruinated, to the offence of all noble and gentle hearts, besides many other offences, that hereof do ensue, to the slander of such, as either gave, or had charge,...
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Lives of the bishops of Exeter: and a history of the cathedral, with an ...

George Oliver - History - 1861 - 503 pages
...against the perpetrators of such excesses. " By them," she says, "not only the churches remain at this day spoiled, broken and ruinated, to the offence of...extinguishing of the honourable and good memory of sundry virtuous and noble persons deceased ; but also the true understanding of divers families in this realm...
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Collections Historical and Archaeological Relating to ..., Volume 7

Montgomeryshire (Wales) - 1874
...and not to nourish any kind of superstition. By which means not only the churches or publicke places remaine at this present day spoiled, broken, and ruinated,...all noble and gentle hearts, and the extinguishing the honourable and due memorye of sundrie virtuous aud noble persons deceased ; but also the true understanding...
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