What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
Abbey Church altar ancient angles Anglo-Saxon appears architecture architrave Bishop Brixworth buttresses canopies Canterbury Canterbury Cathedral capitals carved Cathedral chancel chancel arch choir clerestory cloth CO.'S CATALOGUE coloured communion table construction conventual corbel covered crocketted cross crypt Decorated Derbyshire detail doorway Early English east end east wall Edition erected exhibits fifteenth century foliage font fourteenth century gilt groined head Herefordshire hollow hood moulding horizontal Huntingdonshire jambs KENT AND CO.'S latter Leicestershire lights Lincoln Cathedral Lincolnshire masonry mullions nave nave and chancel niche Norman Northamptonshire numerous occur ornamental Oxford Oxford Cathedral Oxfordshire painted panel panel-work parapet period Peterborough Cathedral piers piscina plain pointed arch porch projecting pulpit ribs rich Roman roof round rude Salisbury Cathedral sculptured semicircular arches semicircular-headed shafts shire soffit Somersetshire sometimes south aisle specimen spring square square-headed stone stringcourse style tion tower tracery transept trefoil vaulting Warwickshire whilst Winchester Cathedral wooden
Page 441 - ... for the signification that Christ is the very true light of the world, they shall suffer to remain still...
Page 473 - And we declare that this situation of the holy table, doth not imply that it is, or ought to be esteemed a true and proper altar, whereon Christ is again really sacrificed : but it is and may be called an altar by us, in that sense in which the primitive church called it an altar, and in no other.
Page 16 - Popular Work on Painting. PAINTING POPULARLY EXPLAINED; with Historical Sketches of the Progress of the Art. By THOMAS JOHN GULLICK, Painter, and JOHN TIMES, FSA Fourth Edition, revised and enlarged.
Page 14 - Poem separate, Is. The Comic Alphabet. Twenty-six Humorous Designs. In case, 2s. 6d. plain ; 4s. coloured. The Loving Ballad of Lord Bateman. With Twelve Humorous Plates. Cloth, 2s. The Bachelor's Own Book : being Twenty-four Passages in the Life of Mr. Lambkin in the Pursuit of Pleasure and Amusement. 5s. sewed ; coloured, 8s. 6d.
Page 2 - Christmas with the Poets : a Collection of English Poetry relating to the Festival of Christmas. Illustrated by Birket Foster, and with numerous initial letters and borders beautifully printed in gold and colours by Edmund Evans.
Page 465 - London, as also in some places in the countrey, are covered with seates or pewes, made high and easie for the parishioners to sit or sleep in ; a fashion of no long continuance, and worthy of reformation.
Page 14 - Eight large Plates, Is. ; printed in tints, 6s. *»* These two works may be had stitched up with Dr. Charles Mackay's illustrative Poem, price 3s. The Poem separate, Is. The Comic Alphabet. Twentysix Humorous Designs. In case, 2s. 6d. plain ; 4s. coloured. The Loving Ballad of Lord Bateman. With Twelve Humorous Plates.
Page 7 - RAPHAEL AND J. ARTHUR BRANDON. An Analysis of Gothick Architecture. Illustrated by a Series of upwards of Seven Hundred Examples of Doorways, Windows, &c. ; accompanied with Remarks on the several Details of an Ecclesiastical Edifice. By R. and JA BRANDON, Architects.
Page 475 - Among the first products of the printing press were advertising handbills and later pamphlets and "news books." The latter contained items of news of greater or less age. We find in some of these "news books," which appeared in Germany and Holland in the latter part of the sixteenth and early part of the seventeenth centuries, miscellaneous advertisements telling about some new pamphlets and treatises.