Works of the Camden Society, Volume 59

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Camden Society, 1854 - Great Britain - 174 pages
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Page iv - The COUNCIL of the CAMDEN SOCIETY desire it to be understood that they are not answerable for any opinions or observations that may appear in the Society's publications; the Editors of the several Works being alone responsible for the same.
Page iii - Treasurer. C. PURTON COOPER, ESQ. QC, DCL, FRS, FSA WILLIAM DURRANT COOPER, ESQ. FSA BOLTON CORNEY, ESQ. MRSL SIR HENRY ELLIS, KH, FRS, Sec. SA THE REV. JOSEPH HUNTER, FSA PETER LEVESQUE, ESQ. FSA SIR FREDERIC MADDEN, KH FREDERIC OUVRY, ESQ.
Page 230 - Ethelberti proximo futuro post diem confectionis praesentium .cc. li'. et in festo Sancti Michaelis proximo tune sequenti .cc. li'. et in festo Sancti Ethelberti proximo sequenti, videlicet sub anno domini M°.CCC°.xix°. .cc. li'. et in festo Sancti Michaelis tune proximo sequenti .cxliiij.li'. sine ulteriori dilatione vel mora. Ad quam quidem dictae pecuniae solutionem dictis terminis fideliter faciendam obligamus nos, haeredes et executores nostros, et omnia bona nostra mobilia et immobilia ubicunque...
Page 147 - Groateste the Bishop of Lincoln's love for this kind of music is well known. He lovede moche to here the harpe, Next hys chamber, besyde his study, His harpers chambre was fast the by. Many tymes, by nightes and dayes, He had solace of notes and layes.c ||32. The beginning and close of this section relate to the London expedition, when he dismissed the Reading carters who had helped him onward to Bedfont, with a pecuniary acknowledgment for their services, Jan. 4, and in the same manner...
Page 230 - ... domini Ricardi, Herefordensis episcopi, praedecessoris nostri, omnes exacIlAcquietantia tiones et demandas, si quas erga ipsos executores habemus, vel habere super dilapida- poterimus ratione constructionis seu reparationis castri nostri et aliarum domorum ubicumque per maneria nostra tam infra civitatem Herefordensem quam extra. Ita quod de caetero ab iisdem executoribus ob aliquos defectus castri seu domorum quicquam nullatenus exigemus ; sed ab omni actione inde excludi volumus per praesentes.
Page 179 - For this shall every one that is godly make his prayer unto thee, in a time when thou mayest be found; but in the great water-floods they shall not come nigh Him.
Page 214 - Salops' in ecclesia Herefordensi, per quem, sicut audet mea simplicitas, deprecor, ut mibi nunciare velitis, quae vestrae fuerint placita voluntati. Quantum valeo supplico summo Deo, ut felici successu vos semper dirigat in honore. Datum apud Bosbury .ij. non. Augusti, anno domini ,M°CC°. nonagesimo septimo. No. X. AGREEMENT BETWEEN LUKE DE BRAY, THE TREASURER, AND THE CHAPTER OF HEREFORD RESPECTING THE OFFERINGS OF WAX AT THE TOMB OF BlSHOP CANTILUPE. [Reg. Swinf. f. 63 b.] ||In Dei nomine, Amen....
Page 192 - Sculella is a word of somewhat extensive application to dishes or platters, saucers or salvers,' and it is retained in our present English scuttle. Admitting, however, its derivation from scutum, it seems as significative of the spoon as any other hollow utensil of plate ; since the bowl of it, whether round or oval-shaped, in its concavity and convexity, forms an appropriate representation of a shield. Salsarium is also as frequently applicable to the saucer as the salt-cellar ; and these interpretations...
Page 213 - Girardi, juratus et oxaminatus super praemissis dixit, quod praesens fuit quum dominus suus praedictus misit praedictum Thomam Parisius, (sic) concordans cum dicto Thoma de die et loco ; pro quo tamen negotio ignoravit. Requisitus de causa scientiae ; dixit, quod fuit in camera cum eisdem, et audivit dominum suum injungere dicto Thomae, quod festinaret redire ad ipsum ; quia antequam ipse rediret, se credidit moriturum.
Page 229 - Episcopis Angliae concesso non obstante, nullo etiam testamento a nobis aliquando faciendo huic ordinationi, voluntati et promisso praejudicante. Volumus etiam et ordinamus, quantum in nobis est, ut omnes successores nostri futuri Episcopi in ecclesia Herefordensi ad simile beneficium, quale a nobis relictum fuerit, imperpetuum obligentur. Et in hujus rei testimonium, decano et capitulo nostro Herefordensi litteras has patentes direximus, volentes et petentes, ut ab eodem capitulo haec nostra ordinatio...

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