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The Protestant "Reformation" Part Second: Containing a List of the Abbeys ... - Page ix
by William Cobbett - 1853 - 188 pages
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Ecclesiastical Law, Volume 2

Richard Burn, Simon Fraser - Ecclesiastical law - 1797
...daughters were taught in thofe places. All the monafteries were in erTedl great hofpitals; and were mod of them obliged to relieve many poor people every day. They were likewife houfes of entertainment for almoft all travellers. And the nobility and gentry provided...
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The Protestant "Reformation," part second: containing a list of the abbeys ...

William Cobbett - Religion - 1827 - 248 pages
...effect; great schools and " " great hospitals (meaning, in those days, places of hos'' " yitalily); and were, many of them, obliged to relieve " many poor people every day. They were- like wise houses ' " of entertainment for almost all-travellers. In short, their " hospitality was...
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An Historical and Architectural Description of the Priory Church of ...

Marmaduke Prickett - Bridlington (England : Parish) - 1831 - 130 pages
...daughters were taught in these places. All the monasteries were, in effect, great hospitals, and were most of them obliged to relieve many poor people every...houses of entertainment for almost all travellers." O. The Diicripcon of the Monastery or Pryory of Byrdlington withe the Churche there, beyng in dy stance...
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Six Months in a Convent, Or, The Narrative of Rebecca Theresa Reed: Who was ...

Rebecca Theresa Reed - Ex-nuns - 1835 - 192 pages
...instructed in thoseplaces. All the Monasteries were also, in effect, great hospitals, and were most of them obliged to relieve many poor people every...day. They were likewise houses of entertainment for all travellers. And the nolnlity and gentry not only provided for their old servants iu these houses,...
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History of the Priory Church of Bridlington, in the East Riding of the ...

Marmaduke Prickett - History - 1836
...monasteries were, in effect, great hospitals, and were most of them obliged to relieve many poolpeople every day. They were likewise houses of entertainment for almost all travellers." O. The Discripc'on of the Monastery or Pryory of Byrdlington withe the Churche there, beyng in dystance...
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Burn's Ecclesiastical Law

Richard Burn - Ecclesiastical law - 1842
...daughters were taught in those places. All the monasteries were in effect great hospitals; and were most of them obliged to relieve many poor people every...houses of entertainment for almost all travellers. And the nobility and gentry provided not only for their old servants in these houses by corrodies,...
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The Rights and the Wrongs of the Poor in a Series of Letters: Addressed to ...

Thomas Brothers - Agricultural laborers - 1842 - 137 pages
...effect great hospitals, that they were most of them obliged to relieve many poor people every day. That they were likewise houses of entertainment for almost all travellers." " In short," said he, " their hospitality was such that in the friary of Norwich ONE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED QUARTERS...
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The social history of Great Britain during the reigns of the ..., Volume 1

William Goodman - Great Britain - 1843
...according to Bishop Tanner, " these monasteries were, in effect, great hospitals, and most of them were obliged to relieve many poor people every day. They...houses of entertainment for almost all travellers. Even the nobility and gentry, when they were upon the road, lodged at one religious house, and dined...
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volume 7

William Scott, Francis Garden, James Bowling Mozley - Christianity - 1844
...daughters were taught in those places. All the monasteries were in effect great hospitals ; and were most of them obliged to relieve many poor people every...houses of entertainment for almost all travellers. And the nobility and gentry provided not only for their old servants in these houses, by corodies,*...
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical, ecclesiastical ...

1844
...were taught in those places. All the monasteries were in effect great hospitals ; and were most of mem obliged to relieve many poor people every day, They...houses of entertainment for almost all travellers. And the nobility and gentry provided not only for their old servants in these houses, by corodies,*...
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