Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of Lancaster and Chester

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Chetham Society., 1879 - Cheshire (England) - 29 pages

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Page 2 - I. Travels in Holland, the United Provinces, England, Scotland, and Ireland, 1634-1635. By Sir William Brereton, Bart. Edited by EDWARD HAWKINS, Esq., FRS, FSA, FLS pp.
Page 25 - ... so many shall be ready to help the priest in the ministration as shall be requisite, and shall have upon them likewise the vestures appointed for their ministry, that is to say, albs with tunicles.
Page 5 - The Lancashire Lieutenancy under the Tudors and Stuarts. The Civil and Military Government of the County, as illustrated by a series of Royal and other Letters; Orders of the Privy Council, the Lord Lieutenant, and other Authorities, &c., &c.
Page 1 - That every member not in arrear of his annual subscription, be entitled to a copy of each of the works published by the Society. 6. That twenty copies of each work shall be allowed to the editor of the same, in addition to the one to whi .': he may be entitled as a member.
Page 1 - Members, being Subscribers of One Pound annually ; such Subscription to be paid in advance, on or before the first day of May in every year.
Page 37 - Deo. 26, 1583. Confession of Alexander Barry taken before Sir Richard Greynvile and Barnard Drake touching a popish book or catechism set forth by one named Lawrence Vaux belonging to William Edmonds servant of Mr. Chapell and used by him in the church of Great Torrington
Page 39 - ... asunder. Horns are a commodity not to be slighted, seeing I cannot call to mind any other substance so hard, that it will not break ; so solid, that it will hold liquor within it ; and yet so clear, that light will pass through it. No mechanic trade, but hath some utensils made thereof : and even now I recruit my pen with ink from a vessel of the same.
Page 28 - CBBIST), as the laying the host in the sepulchre they made for Christ on Good Friday ; and that not only the candles that were to burn at the Easter celebration, but the very fire that was to kindle them, was particularly consecrated on Easter Eve" (Burnet, Hist. Ref., vol. i, p. 336). Ship of brats was a vessel in a pointed oval shape, in which was kept the incense. The latter was taken out with a spoon and thrown on the burning charcoal in the censer. At the baptism of a child of the Marquis of...
Page 39 - ... vicarage of Kirby-in-Kendal, which he kept about a year. Upon his death in 1575-6, he left his books at Auckland to his brother Leonard, to the School at Rivington (which he had founded), to the poor collegers, and others. He was one of four successive Lancashire-born Masters of St. John's (two intruders excepted), viz., Thomas Leaver, himself, his brother Leonard, and Richard Longworth ; a state of things which displeased Baker, the college favour running so much towards one quarter, as he complains,...

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