The Edwardian Inventories for Bedfordshire

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Longmans, Green, 1905 - Bedfordshire (England) - 43 pages
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Page 49 - CLUB has been formed to encourage and assist in the practical study of ceremonial, and the arrangement of churches, their furniture, and ornaments, in accordance with the rubrics of the Book of Common Prayer, strict obedience to which is the guiding principle of the work of the Club.
Page 50 - II- Exposition de la Messe. A large folio volume containing a Treatise on the Mass from a French version of the Legenda Aurea of Jacobus de Voragine, now in the Fitzwilliam Museum at Cambridge, and 22 plates from Illustrations in this MS. Together with four Tracts from "The Lay Folks' Mass Book," "Merita Missae,
Page 50 - CLUB shall be the promotion of the study of the history and use of the Book of Common Prayer. 2. The Work of the Club shall be the publication of Tracts dealing with the Object of the Club, and such other works as may seem desirable, with reproductions of miniatures from MSS., and photographs of Church Furniture, Ornaments and Vestments. 3. The Club shall consist of Members and Associates, to be elected by the Committee ; all Members and Associates to be in communion with the Church of England. 4....
Page 51 - Two large folio volumes containing Descriptive Notes and a Liturgical Introduction by Rev. WALTER HOWARD FRERE, MA, and 20 plates of 62 Illustrations from Miniatures of the XVth and XVIth centuries.
Page xiii - England, and uppon the same Inventory so taken, had, or made, our commaundement was and hathe ben, that all the same goodes, plate, juells, vestments, bells, and other ornaments, shuld be safely kept and appoyncted to the charge of such persons as shuld kepe the same safely, and be ready to aunswere to the same at all tymes according to the whiche our Commyssyons and sundry Commaundements.
Page 50 - Prayer, strict obedience to which is the guiding principle of the work of the Club. The Club shall consist of Members and Associates, to be elected by the Committee.
Page 49 - Associates, 2s. 6d. per annum, entitling them to such of the Tracts gratis, and such reductions on other publications as the Committee may determine. There shall be no Entrance Fee nor Composition for Subscriptions.
Page 50 - THE ALCUIN CLUB Founded with the object of promoting the study of the History and Use of the Book of Common Prayer.
Page xv - ... sent to you herewith, and of your hole doyngs in this behalf to retorne unto us and our pryvey counsaill, in wryting, your answere accordingly. And yf ye shall fynde any person or persons that wilfully or stubburnlye will refuse to obey any precept or commaundement whiche you...
Page xiv - Churchewardens and such men as had the charge of the same goodes and other Inventories also made by our commaundement by our Busshoppes and their Ecclesiasticall Officers, were lykewyse by them retorned hyther to our Counsaill : yet nevertheless for that we be informed that somme part of the said goodes, plate, juelles, belles, and ornaments of Churches be in somme places embeselled or removed contrarye to our former expresse commaundements, and manyfestlye to the contempt and derogacion of our...

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