Publications of the Surtees Society, Zväzok 1

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Surtees Society, 1835
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Strana 272 - Beati Cuthberti se patrocinio commendare. Et ipsius ecclesiam subituri, discincto gladio, et descendentes equo, proni et supplices humilitatis ornatu sunt induti. Inter quos quidam miles laude preciosus, ore grandiloquus, pompa...
Strana 87 - Cujus dalmaticrc fines extremos limbus deauratus, instar aurifraxii alicujus, undique perambiendo circumluit, qui prse auri copia, quse in ejus fabrili textura inseritur, non facile, et tune quidem cum aliquo stridore, reflectitur. Ita est volubilis ac replicabilis, at tamen pro spissitudine sua, sine alicujus adjutorio, iterum ad rigorem pristinum per se reductibilis. Qui ad mensuram palmse virilis latitudine distenditur ; cujus operis industria satis artificiosa fuisse videtur.
Strana 303 - Norham (his parish church), to take the necessary oath of innocence upon a cross made of the wood of a table upon which St. Cuthbert had been in the habit of eating his refection, and upon which all the neighbouring people were accustomed to swear when an oath was required.
Strana 89 - Qui ad caput ipsius super tabulam ex transverso sepuleri positam collocantur, ubi cum pectine ejus etturrteo hactenus conservantur ; quod in medio perforatur, ita ut tres pene digiti in eo possint leviter infundi, cujus magnitude cum consimili latitudine videtur decenter extendi. Nam longitude latitudini pene coaequatur, nisi quod pro ornatu, altera alteri in aliquo 'dissimilatur.
Strana 166 - At ille circumspiciens, et omnia sibi in manu dedita videns, de ómnibus, quod preciosius erat, satagebat eligere, et majoris pretii pondus furando comprehendere. Thecam itaque eburneam superiùs in tabula cum Sanctorum scriniis positam, sed seorsum et aliquantulum inferius locatam super omnia praeelegit ; sed prorsus ad ejus altitudinem brachio deficiente pertingere omnino non potuit. In cathedram itaque episcopalem secus altare positam ascendit, et thecam, sicut destinaverat, sibi in sinu composuit....
Strana 35 - Lacrimis vero per genas ubertim flentis sacristas decurrentibus, mira devotionis dulcedine, aquam in qua ecclesiae ipsius Sanctorum membra lota fuerant ei in ampulla tradidit, et Beato Cuthberto eas commendans in ore insanientis infundere jussit. Mox ergo, ut domum subiturus intravit, magnis energuminus clamare vocibus coepit, " Nunquid medicus tu modo efficeris, qui ampullarum delator esse cognosceris ? Eia ! hœccine de Dunelmo aquas Cuthberti detulisti? sed tarnen frustra penitus in his labores...
Strana x - ... among the lower classes of our countrymen : two centuries ago, and it reached the middle, nor was it unknown to the higher ranks. At the present day it pervades, not only several Continental regions from which the Roman catholic religion has been long exiled, but the mountains of Wales and Scotland. It is some gratification, however, to find that even in the darkest period miracles were believed to be wrought, not by the virtue of the Saints, but by the power of God. Even Reginald, one of the...
Strana 52 - ... virtutum miraculis quam frequenter andierant. Cuncti itaque, ore consono et corde devoto palmas ad sidéra attollebant, genas lacrimis copiosius irrorobant, et rea tundendo pectora Beati Cuthberti auxilium et dementias s'ubsidium sustinentes expectabant. Quid plura? Nec mora — venerandus Pontifex Cuthbertus, quasi in specie corporali, omnibus visibilis et palpabilis apparuit, et in prora navis, gubernatoris de more, resedit. Erat indumentis pontificalibus omnimodis redimitus, et mitra in capitis...
Strana 311 - ... Pictish tongue, Scollofthes, bait him in the church-yard — The church built of stone — The bull breaks loose, and kills the scholar who had justified the deed of cruelty, and had set his seniors and St. Cuthbert at defiance. LXXXV I. Robert Fitz Philip, a Knight of the Lothian district, in Scotland, a person who had obtained his rank of nobility, not on account of his character for good moral conduct or charity, but on account of his riches alone — goes, in the year 1165, in the month of...
Strana 282 - Unde et altare jam olim diu dirutum aliquantulum longius nunc temporis prominuit extra novi monasterij ambitum. The rest of the chapter shews St. Cuthbert in an amiable character, and relates the miracle he •worked to save the sparrow. doubts alluded to. A consideration of the objects of that survey will dissipate them : the purpose was principally financial.^) It was directed...

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