Canterbury and York

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Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and T. Longman, Jun., Paternoster Row ; and the author, Burton Street, 1836 - Cathedrals

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Page 84 - An accurate Description and History of the Metropolitan and Cathedral Churches of Canterbury and York, from their first Foundation to the present Year. Illustrated with one hundred and seventeen Copper-plates, consisting of different Views, Plans, Monuments, Antiquities, Arms,
Page 34 - Graecia vel quidquid transmisit clara Latinis : Hebraicus vel quod populus bibit imbre superno, Africa lucifluo vel quidquid lumine sparsit. Quod pater Hieronymus quod sensit Hilarius, atque Ambrosius Praesul, simul Augustinus, et ipse Sanctus Athanasius, quod Orosius edit avitus : Quidquid Gregorius summus docet, et Leo Papa : Basilius quidquid, Fulgentius atque coruscant, Cassiodorus item, Chrysostomus atque...
Page 175 - History and antiquities of the cathedral church of Canterbury, and the once adjoining monastery.
Page 87 - Containing a Series of the most remarkable Occurrences and Transactions of his Life, in Relation both to Church and State.
Page 177 - Some Account of the Deans of Canterbury ; from the new Foundation of that Church by Henry the Eighth to the present Time. To which is added a Catalogue of the MSS. in the Church Library. By Henry John Todd, MA Canterbury, 1793, Svo.
Page 5 - To those usually called Gothic architects, we are indebted for the first considerable improvements in construction ; there is a lightness in their works, an art and boldness of execution ; to which the ancients never arrived: and which the moderns comprehend and imitate with difficulty.
Page 14 - I strictly command and charge that no man presume to lay any tax on the possessions of the clergy, who are the sons of God, and the sons of God ought to be free from all taxes in every kingdom.
Page 174 - LAMBARDE (William). A Perambulation of Kent conteining the description, Hystorie, and Customes of that Shyre...
Page 79 - By an Indenture, dated AD 1338, Robert, a glazier contracted with Thomas Boneston, Custos of the fabric of the church, to glaze and paint the great western window; the glazier to find the glass, and to be paid at the rate of sixpence per foot, for plain, and twelvepence for coloured glass. These particulars are given in Torre's MSS.; but the original document, although referred to, cannot now be found.
Page 34 - Invenies alios perplures, lector, ibidem Egregios studiis, arte et sermone magistros, Plurima qui claro scripsere volumina sensu; Nomina sed quorum praesenti in carmine scribi Longius est visum, quam plectri postulet usus.