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" Last, not least, the immense treasures in the churches, the joy and boast of every man and woman and child in England, who day by day and week by week assembled to worship in the old houses of God, which they and their fathers had built, and whose every... "
Wood Sculpture - Page 41
by Alfred Maskell - 1911 - 425 pages
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The Nineteenth Century, Volume 43

Nineteenth century - 1898
...robbers' hoard. Last, not least, the immense treasures in the churches, the joy and boast of every man and woman and child in England, who day by day and week...vestment and chalice, and candlestick and banner, organs and bells, and picture and image, and altar and shrine they looked upon as their own, and part...
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The Eve of the Reformation: Studies in the Religious Life and Thought of the ...

Francis Aidan Gasquet - Great Britain - 1900 - 460 pages
...The immense treasures in the churches," writes Dr. Jessop, " were the joy and boast of every man and woman and child in England, who day by day and week...every vestment and chalice and candlestick and banner, organs and bells and picture and image and altar and shrine, they looked upon as their own and part...
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The Eve of the Reformation: Studies in the Religious Life and Thought of the ...

Cardinal Francis Aidan Gasquet - Great Britain - 1900 - 406 pages
...were the joy and boast of every man and woman and child in Eng1 Archaologia, vol. xli., p. 355land, who day by day and week by week assembled to worship...every vestment and chalice and candlestick and banner, organs and bells and picture and image and altar and shrine, they looked upon as their own and part...
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Before the Great Pillage: With Other Miscellanies

Augustus Jessopp - Church history - 1901 - 260 pages
...robbers' hoard. Last, not least, the immense treasures in the churches, the joy and boast of every man and woman and child in England, who day by day and week...vestment and chalice, and candlestick and banner, organs and bells, and picture and image, and altar and shrine they looked upon as their own, and part...
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The Eve of the Reformation: Studies in the Religious Life and Thought of the ...

Francis Aidan Gasquet - England - 1905 - 406 pages
...were the joy and boast of every man and woman and child in Eng1 Archttologia, vol. xli., p. 355. land, who day by day and week by week assembled to worship...every vestment and chalice and candlestick and banner, organs and bells and picture and image and altar and shrine, they looked upon as their own and part...
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The Thirteenth, Greatest of Centuries

James Joseph Walsh - Civilization - 1907 - 490 pages
...hoard. Last, but not least, the immense treasures in the churches, the joy and boast of every man and woman and child in England, who day by day and week...every vestment and chalice and candlestick and banner, organs and bells, and picture and image and altar and shrine they looked upon as their own and part...
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Parish Life in Mediaeval England

Cardinal Francis Aidan Gasquet - England - 1907 - 279 pages
...The immense treasures in the churches," writes Dr. Jessopp, " were the joy and boast of every man and woman and child in England, who, day by day and week...vestment and chalice, and candlestick and banner, organ and bells, and pictures and images, and altar and shrine, they look upon as their own, and part...
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The Thirteenth, Greatest of Centuries

James Joseph Walsh - Civilization - 1907 - 436 pages
...treasures in the churcnes. t joy and boast of every man and woman and child in England, -w.fao < by day and week by week assembled to worship in the old houses God which they and their fathers had built, and whose every westmei and chalice and candlestick and...
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The Last Abbot of Glastonbury: And Other Essays

Cardinal Francis Aidan Gasquet - Catholics - 1908 - 330 pages
...The immense treasures in the churches," writes Dr. Jessopp, "were the joy and boast of every man and woman and child in England, who, day by day, and week...vestment and chalice, and candlestick and banner, organ and bells, and pictures and images, and altar and shrine they look upon as their own, and part...
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The Twentieth Century, Volume 43

Nineteenth century - 1898
...robbers' hoard. Last, not least, the immense treasures in the churches, the joy and boast of every man and woman and child in England, who day by day and week...vestment and chalice, and candlestick and banner, organs and bells, and picture and image, and altar and shrine they looked upon as their own, and part...
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