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Account Alexander Anno Archdeacon Authors beautiful Bishop of Lincoln Body Britain Building built buried called Canon Cathedral Chancellor Chantry Chapel Chester Choir Christians Church consecrated Bishop converted curious Daughter Dean Death dedicated to St died Door Dorchester Effigy eight England enriched erected Father Feet Figures founded Founder four fourth Front Fuller GARDINER gave Gospel Grave greatly Grey House Hugh Hundred interred Isle James January John July King Edward King Henry King's Kingdom Lady learned lived London Lord Marble March Mary Memory Monument North Side North Transept once Oxford Palace Paris Piety Place Pope Pounds Prebendary Precentor Prelate present presided Queen raised Altar Tomb Rapin Reign remaining Remigius rich Richard Robert Rome round Saint Shrine Silver soon South South Door succeeded Successors Thing Thomas Thousand Transept translated turn twenty upper North Wall West William Winchester wrote York
Page 49 - Esq, did see, before she died, lawfully descended from her (that is) 16 of her own body, 114 grandchildren, 228 of the third generation, and 9 of the fourth.
Page 55 - Gravestones pulled up, the rich Brass " Gates to the Choir and divers of the Chantries pulled down, " and every remaining Beauty defaced ; and his Church " made Barracks for the prevailing Parties in that unhappy " Reign, and his Episcopal Palace totally destroyed, both at
Page 51 - Remigius, the founder of this church, lieth within this urn ; 'tis large enough for a " little man. But should you expect a sepulchre equal to his mind, to what a structure " would that rise ! Let then this church, which he built, be his tomb. Nor should a less " noble one be ascribed to his memory.
Page 10 - Battle Abbey in England, and that of Caen in Normandy. He was exceedingly religious, received the Sacrament every Sunday, and for three Months in the Year fed daily, one Thoufand poor Perfons, and cloathed thofe who we.re blind or lame.
Page 55 - I. he had the mortification to see all the brass work ot the grave stones pulled up, the rich brass gates to the choir and divers of the chantries pulled down, and every remaining...
Page 21 - Provi/ion, the Chapter refufed to admit him, and the Pope was forced to revoke his Bull.