2 edition of short account of the monastery, college and church of Westbury -on-Trym found in the catalog.
short account of the monastery, college and church of Westbury -on-Trym
|Statement||by Alfred Harvey.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||30|
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A Short Account of the Church of Abbey Dore F.C. Morgan a selection of "facts and pictures" from a book published in An Old York Church, All Hallows in North Street: Its Mediaeval Stained Glass and Architecture A History And Description Of The Building With A Short Account Of The Former Monastery And Of The See (With Illustrations.
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Large folding map mounted on linen, 59pp, 4to, lacks wraps, title slightly dusty and ragged with a few short tears, linen slightly discoloured, occasional light foxing. book-collector, musician, architect in his A Christ Church miscellany, Edward Alleyn Actor, founder of Dulwich College, Bequeathed his books to the College; 26 are listed in a contemporary ms, but he probably had more.
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in the University of Manchester. HOUSE OF BONHOMMES EDINGTON. The monastery at Edington was founded by William of Edington. Probably a younger son of the leading family of that village, he rose by way of the Church to a leading place in the counsels of Edward III.
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The characteristic work of this period may be seen in the chancel arch and windows and in the "long and short" work at the north-east angle of the church. Our Lady St. Mary's is the large and handsome church on the banks of the Frome, here crossed by an old stone bridge that.
Edington is a village and civil parish in Wiltshire, England, about 4 miles (6 km) east-northeast of village lies under the north slope of Salisbury Plain and the parish extends south onto the Plain.
Tinhead is the former name of the eastern half of present-day Edington, towards Coulston along the B Westbury – Market Lavington road. Tinhead is labelled on the Ordnance Ceremonial county: Wiltshire.
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Although St Bede reposed on the eve of the Ascension, he is commemorated on the 27th, since the Feast of St Augustine of Canterbury is appointed for the 26th.
His body was first buried in the south porch of the monastery church, then later transferred to a place near the altar. Standing in front of a church such as St Helen’s Bishopsgate, it is easy to imagine the church as the time machine in the film of H.G. Wells book, The Time Machine, where the time machine is a fixed point and as the machine moves through time, the surroundings change at a rapid pace.
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Part 1 The Hundred of Clavering. Part 2 The Hundred of Loddon. Parts 3 & 4 The Hundreds of Diss & Earsham. Part 5: The Hundred of Depwade. Aylsham, The Golden Bell Press, Illustrations in text, Pp.
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The College of St. Elizabeth stood near St. Mary's. Founded by Bishop John de Pontissara in it was dedicated to St. Elizabeth of Hungary. After the Dissolution it was sold to the Warden of St. Mary's for three hundred and sixty pounds, subject to the condition that the church should become a grammar school for seventy-five students, or1/6.
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It is landlocked and borders the counties of Dorset, Somerset, Hampshire, Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and county town was originally Wilton, after which the county is named, but Wiltshire Council is now based in the county town of Constituent country: England.This is a facsimile or image-based PDF made from scans of the original book.
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