Account of the Royal Hospital and Collegiate Church of Saint Katharine, Near the Tower of London

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John Nichols and Son, 1824 - London (England) - 61 pages
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Page 22 - But with me it is a very small thing that I should be judged of you, or of man's judgment : yea, I judge not mine own self. For I know nothing by myself; yet am I not hereby justified : but He that judgeth me is the Lord.
Page 4 - And that the brethren, clerks there assembled, shall have the crowns of their heads shaved in a becoming manner. " None of the brethren or sisters shall stay out of the said Hospital longer than the usual time of ringing the fire-bells belonging to the churches within the City of London, for the covering up or putting out of the fires therein. And also that none of the brethren shall have any private interview or discourse with any of the sisters of the said house, or any of the other women within...
Page 35 - ... and may increase or lessen their number, remove them, alter any statutes, or make new ones at pleasure ; for their power in these instances is unlimited. When there is no queen consort, the king nominates the master, brothers &c. (to borrow another law phrase) pro hoc vice.
Page 58 - ... whilst Dr. Ducarel took notes, which he regularly transcribed, and which after his death were purchased by Mr. Gough. They constantly took with them Camden's Britannia, and a set of maps. In , Vertue's plate of London-bridge chapel, the figure measuring is Dr. Ducarel ; that standing is Mr. Samuel Gale. Dr. Ducarel closed a life of unremitted industry and application in antiquarian pursuits, at his house at South Lambeth, May 29, 1785, after he had returned only three days from a fortnight's...
Page 4 - The said Brethren shall wear a strait coat or clothing, and over that a mantel of black...
Page 45 - Adelmar, physician to queen Mary and queen Elizabeth ; lineally descended from Adelmar count of Genoa, and admiral of France, in the year 806, in the reign of Charles the Great. This Caesar Adelmar's mother was daughter to the duke de Cesarini, from whom he had the name of Caesar; which name Mary I. queen of England, ordered to be continued to his posterity ; and his father was Peter Maria Dalmaiius, of the city of Trevigio in Italy, LL.
Page 50 - Letters to and from Henrietta Countess of Suffolk and her second husband, the Hon. George Berkeley.
Page 28 - A PALE consumption gave the fatal blow, The stroke was certain, but th' effect was slow : With wasting pain, Death found me long opprest, Pity'd my sighs, and kindly brought me rest.
Page 51 - I2mo. copied from the former. — It is uncertain when the picture was done from which his head was engraved. Edward Lake, who had been a member of both universities, but took his degrees at Cambridge, was chaplain to James, duke of York ; and as we learn from the inscription on his monument, he * See it in the " Athen. Oxon." or the
Page 1 - Monarch's consent, in 1148, to found the Hospital and Church, in pure and perpetual alms, to secure the repose of the souls of her children, Baldwin and Matilda, who were buried within it before her own decease.

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