Sacred Archæology: A Popular Dictionary of Ecclesiastical Art and Institutions, from Primitive to Modern Times

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L. Reeve, 1868 - Christian antiquities - 640 pages
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Page 444 - ... to have with them both men and women, that can well sing wanton songs, and some other pilgrims will have with them bagpipes, so that every town that they come through, what with the noise of their singing. and with the sound of their piping, and with the jangling of their Canterbury bells, and with the barking out of dogs after them, they make more noise than if the king came there away with all his clarions, and many other minstrels.
Page 655 - By HT STAINTON. Crown 8vo, 16 Coloured Steel Plates, containing Figures of 100 Species, engraved from Natural Specimens expressly for the work by EW ROBINSON, and Wood-Engravings, 10s. 6d. Another of the ' New Series of Natural History for Beginners...
Page 648 - ICONES PLANTARUM ; or, Figures, with brief Descriptive Characters and Remarks, of New and Rare Plants, selected from the Author's Herbarium.
Page 655 - Crown 8vo, 16 Coloured Steel Plates, containing nearly 100 Figures, engraved from Natural Specimens, expressly for the work, by EW ROBINSON, and Woodcuts of Dissections, 10*.
Page 655 - By EC RYE. Crown 8vo, 16 Coloured Steel Plates, comprising Figures of nearly 100 Species, engraved from Natural Specimens, expressly lor the work, by EW ROBINSON, and 1 1 Wood-Engravings of Dissections by the Author, 10*.
Page 148 - The Morning and Evening Prayer shall be used in the accustomed Place of the Church, Chapel or Chancel ; except it shall be otherwise determined by the Ordinary of the Place.
Page 497 - ... selection, that it must. I think, be considered as a fairly typical specimen of a once wild species. The history of the yellow-dun striped race, to which the specimen alluded to belongs, has not yet been written, but there is little doubt that it was introduced into Scotland from Scandinavia about, the end of the eleventh or beginning of the twelfth century. As this...
Page 651 - AUSTRALIS ; or, Algae of the Southern Ocean, being Figures and Descriptions of Marine Plants collected on the Shores of the Cape of Good Hope, the extratropical Australia'n Colonies, Tasmania, New Zealand, and the Antarctic Regions. By Dr. HARVEY, FRS Imperial 8vo, 50 Coloured Plates, £2. 2». A selection of Fifty Species of remarkable forms of Seaweed, not included in the ' Phycologia Australica,
Page 656 - The Author, recognizing the established facts and inevitable deductions of Science, and believing all attempts to reconcile them with the commonly received, but erroneous, literal interpretation of Scripture, not only futile...
Page 646 - By Dr. JD HOOKER, FRS Royal 4to. 2 vols., 574 pp., 200 Plates, £10. 15*. coloured. Published under the authority of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty. The ' Flora Antarctica' illustrates the Botany of the southern districts of South. America and the various Antarctic Islands, as the Falklands, Kerguelen's Land, Lord Auckland and Campbell's Island, and 1370 species are enumerated and described. The plates, which are executed by Mr. Fitch, and beautifully coloured, illustrate 370 species, including...

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