Churches of West Cornwall: With Notes of Antiquities of the District

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J. Henry and J. Parker, 1865 - Church architecture - 154 pages
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Page 163 - DOMESDAY BOOK, or the GREAT SURVEY OF ENGLAND OF WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR, 1086 ; fac-simile of the Part relating to each county, separately (with a few exceptions of double counties).
Page 3 - ... who his own self bare our sins in his own body on the tree, that we, being dead to sins, should live unto righteousness: by whose stripes ye were healed. For ye were as sheep going astray ; but are now returned unto the Shepherd and Bishop of your souls.
Page 38 - Earth, take thine Earth, my Sin let Satan havet, The World my goods, my Soul my God who gavet ; For from these four, Earth, Satan, World, and God, My flesh, my sin, my goods, my soul, I had.
Page 160 - SUFFOLK. 8vo., cl., 10s. 6d. Its Dedication. — Supposed date of Erection or Alteration. — Objects of Interest in or near. — Notices of Fonts. — Glass, Furniture, — and other details Also Lists of Dated Examples, Works relating to the County, &c. CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL. THE ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY OF CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL. By Professor WILLIS, MA, FRS, &c. With Woodcuts and Plans. 8vo., cloth, 10.
Page 157 - AN INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE. By JOHN HENRY PARKER, FSA Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged, with 170 Illustrations, and a Glossarial Index. Fcap. 8vo., cloth lettered, price 5s.
Page 163 - SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF WALTER DE MERTON, Lord High Chancellor of England, and Bishop of Rochester ; Founder of Merton College. By EDMUND, Bishop of Nelson, New Zealand; late Fellow of Merton College, DD 8vo., 2s.
Page 138 - The entrances, like the chambers, are formed of large stones, smooth on the side which is turned inwards, on which very large roof-stones are placed. The chambers, and even the entrances, which are from sixteen to twenty feet in length, are filled with trodden earth and pebbles, the object of which, doubtless, was to protect the repose of the dead in their graves...
Page 159 - THE MILITARY ARCHITECTURE OF THE MIDDLE AGES, Translated from the French of M. VIOLLET-LE-DUC. By M. MACDERMOTT, Esq., Architect. With the 151 original French Engravings. Medium 8vo., cloth, 1 Is.
Page 16 - Mount itself is seen distinctly, and beyond it the long cloud-like coast which terminates with the Lizard Point. It is recorded that in the time of Richard I., Henry de Pomeraye (or Pomeroi — the word is spelt in a variety of ways) built or endowed the church of St. Madron, and gave it to the Knights Hospitallers of St. John of Jerusalem, for the health and salvation of his own soul, that of his lord the King, and the souls of his father, mother, brother, sisters, progenitors, and successors.
Page 163 - IN MONTE ACUTO ET DE DUCTIONE EJUSDEM APUD WALTHAM," now first printed from the Manuscript in the British Museum, with Introduction and Notes by WILLIAM STUBBS, MA, Regius Professor of Modern History.

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