Two Cartularies of the Benedictine Abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the County of Somerset, Volume 14

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Page vi - Taunton. BAILWARD, THM, Horsington, Templecombe. BAKER, EE, FSA, The Glebe House, Weston-super-Mare. BALTIMORE, USA, PEABODY INSTITUTE, care of EG Allen and Son, 28, Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, WC BATES, REV.
Page v - Register, 1309-1329. BISHOP HOBHOUSE. II. 1888. Somerset Chantries. E. GREEN, Esq., FSA III. 1889. Kirby's Quest, &c., Somerset. FH DICKINSON, Esq. IV. 1890. Prae-Reformation Churchwardens
Page vi - E. GREEN, Esq., FSA XIII. 1899. Registers of Bishop Giffard, 1265-6, and Bishop Bowett, 1401-7. CANON HOLMES, MA XIV.
Page 63 - Newton for the health of his soul and the souls of his father and mother, and all his ancestors and successors.
Page 41 - Dei ecclesie eternis baratri incendiis lugubris jugiter cum Juda Christi proditore ejusque complicibus puniatur si non satisfaccione emendaverit congrua quod contra nostrum deliquit decretum.
Page 178 - Mortain, to all his men and friends, French and English, present and to come, greeting. Know ye that I have granted, and by this my present charter have confirmed, to...
Page 48 - Hanc uero meam donationem, quod opto absit a fidelium mentibus, minuentibus atque frangentibus, fiat pars eorum cum illis de quibus e contra fatur, Discedite a me maligni in ignem aeternum qui paratus est Sathanae et satellitibus eius, nisi prius digna deo poenitentia ueniam legali satisfactione emendent.
Page 191 - But how can an individual give efficiency to public labors, when from hour to hour, from day to day, from week to week, and from year to year, his attention is divided between the cook-room and the nursery.
Page v - REV. CANON HOLMES, MA JF HORNER, ESQ., MA REV. W. HUNT, MA REV. EH BATES, MA (HON. SECRETARY). VOLUMES ALREADY ISSUED. VOL. I. 1887. Bishop Drokensford's Register, 1309-1329.
Page 175 - Henry, by the grace of God K. of England, lord of Ireland, etc., to the Archbishops, etc., health. Know ye that we, in regard of God, and for the health of our soul, and of the souls of our ancestors and our heirs, have granted, and by this present charter have confirmed, to our beloved in Christ the abbot and convent of Clyve, in the county of Somerset, our manor of Branton in the county of Devon, with the hundred outward, and other its appurtenances, to be had and holden of us and of our heirs,...

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