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" upon there books, every one in his carrell, all the afternonne, unto evensong tyme. This was there exercise every daie. All there pewes or carrells was all fynely wainscotted "
Illuminated Manuscripts in Classical and Mediaeval Times: Their Art and ... - Page 223
by John Henry Middleton - 1892 - 270 pages
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A Description Or Breife Declaration of All the Ancient Monuments ..., Volume 15

James Raine - Durham Cathedral - 1842 - 156 pages
...of Cloister and there studyed upon there books, every one in his carrell, all the after nonne, nnto evensong tyme. This was there exercise every daie....there pewes or carrells was all fynely wainscotted and verie close, all but the forepart which had carved wourke that gave light in at ther carrell doures...
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The Architectural History of the University of Cambridge, Volume 3

Robert Willis - 1886
...place of Cloister, and there studyed upon there books, every one in his carrell, all the after noune, unto evensong tyme. This was there exercise every...there pewes or carrells was all fynely wainscotted and verie close, all but the forepart, which had carved wourke that gave light in at ther carrell doures...
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The Library, Volume 2

Sir John Young Walker MacAlister, Alfred William Pollard, Ronald Brunlees McKerrow, Sir Frank Chalton Francis - Bibliography - 1890
...himselfe, that when they had dyncd they did resorte to that place of cloister and there studyed upon their books, every one in his carrell, all the afternonne unto evensong tyme. All these carrells were finely wainscotted and verie close, all but the forepart, which had carved...
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The Cathedral Church of Worcester: A Description of the Fabric ..., Volume 45

Edward Fairbrother Strange - 1900 - 115 pages
...himselfe, that when they had ' dyned they dyd resorte to that place of cloister and there ' studyed upon there books, every one in his carrell all the ' afternonne unto evensong tyme. And over against the carrels ' against the church wall did stande sertaine great almeries (or ' cupboards)...
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The Care of Books: An Essay on the Development of Libraries and the Ir ...

John Willis Clark - Libraries - 1901 - 330 pages
...place of Cloister, and there studyed upon there books, every one in his carrell, all the after nonne, unto evensong tyme. This was there exercise every...there pewes or carrells was all fynely wainscotted and verie close, all but the forepart, which had carved wourke that gave light in at ther carrell doures...
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