The Cathedral Church of Worcester: A Description of the Fabric and a Brief History of the Episcopal See, Volume 45

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G. Bell & sons, 1900 - 115 pages
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Page 117 - Bell's Handbooks to Continental Churches. Profusely Illustrated. Crown 8vo, cloth, 2s. 6d. net each. CHARTRES : The Cathedral and Other Churches. By HJLJ MASSE, MA {Ready. ROUEN : The Cathedral and Other Churches. By the Rev. T. PERKINS, MA {Ready. PARIS (NOTRE-DAME). By CHARLES HIATT.
Page 118 - The volumes are handy in size, moderate in price, well illustrated, and written in a scholarly spirit. The history of cathedral and city is intelligently set forth and accompanied by a descriptive survey of the building in all its detail. The illustrations are copious and well selected, and the series bids fair to become an indispensable companion to the cathedral tourist in England."—Times.
Page 118 - We have so frequently in these columns urged the want of cheap, well -illustrated, and well -written handbooks to our cathedrals, to take the place of the out-of-date publications of local booksellers, that we are glad to hear that they have been taken in hand by Messrs George Bell & Sons.
Page 117 - MA, FSA 24 Illustrations. BEVERLEY MINSTER. By CHARLES HIATT. 47 Illustrations. WIMBORNE MINSTER AND CHRISTCHURCH PRIORY. By Rev. T. PERKINS, MA, FRAS 65 Illustrations.
Page 5 - I think far otherwise j we, poor wretches, destroy the works of our forefathers, only to get praise to ourselves ; that happy age of holy men knew not how to build stately churches, but under any roof they offered up themselves living temples unto God, and by their example excited those under their care to do the same, but we on the contrary, neglecting the care of souls, labour to heap up stones f.
Page 70 - Christian meekness, as made her worthy of a more memorable monument. She dyed (Alas, that she is dead ! ) the 17th of April, 1662, Aged 52. STUDY TO BE LIKE HER.
Page 84 - Carrells, where every one of the old Monks had his carrell, severall by himselfe, that, when they had dyned, they dyd resorte to that place of Cloister, and there studyed upon there books, every one in his carrell, all the after nonne, unto evensong tyme.
Page 117 - CANTERBURY. By HARTLEY WITHERS 3rd Edition, revised. CARLISLE. By CK ELEY. CHESTER. By CHARLES HIATT. 2nd Edition, revised. DURHAM. By JE BYGATE, ARCA 2nd Edition.
Page 117 - BA ROCHESTER. By GH PALMER, BA and Edition, revised. ST. ALBANS. By Rev. T. PERKINS, MA ST. ASAPH. By PB IRONSIDE BAX. ST. DAVID'S. By PHILIP ROBSON, ARIBA ST.
Page 5 - We, poor wretches, destroy the works of our forefathers only to get praise to ourselves ; that happy age of holy men knew not how to build stately churches ; but, under any roof, they offered up themselves living temples unto God, and, by their examples, excited those under their care to do the same ; but we, on the contrary, neglecting the care of the souls, labour to heap up stones.

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