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The Church Restorers: A Tale, Treating of Ancient and Modern Architecture ...
F. A. (Frederick Apthorp) Paley
No preview available - 2013
Abbat abbey adorned aisles Alban Butler ancient architect arms beautiful Bishop blessed body brass building Cambridge Camden Society canopy Carter carved castle Cathedral chancel chancel arch chasuble churchyard coloured Comparative Anatomy cross Decorated door Edward Forbes Edward Newman effigy Engravings erected Etheldreda Ewerby faith feeling feet foliage Francis Gothic grave Grecian ground hagioscope hand head HISTORY holy hundred Illustrations JOHN VAN VOORST Lady lancet Letherton lordshyp marble ment miracles Miss Merton modern monastery monument mouldings nave once open seats ornaments painted parish church parishioners PATERNOSTER ROW pavement perhaps piscina plaister Popery prayer present priest Protestantism pues pulpit Rector Reformation relics remained roof Royal 8vo Saint Saxon screen sedilia seemed seen shew side Sir Aubrey slab spandrils Squire stained glass stained windows stood style tion tomb tower Utterby Vesica Piscis village VOORST walls Wardley Wilkinson wood wooden
Page 48 - Jacob selah lift up your heads O ye gates and be ye lifted up ye everlasting doors and the King of glory shall come in...
Page 187 - And graciously hear us, that those evils, which the craft and subtilty of the devil or man worketh against us, be brought to nought; and by the providence of thy goodness they may be dispersed ; that we thy servants, being hurt by no persecutions, may evermore give thanks unto thee in thy holy Church ; through Jesus Christ, our Lord.
Page 187 - O Almighty God, who art the giver of all health, and the aid of them that seek to thee for succour, we call upon thee for thy help and goodness mercifully to be shewed upon these thy servants, that they being healed of their infirmities, may give thanks unto thee in thy holy Church, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Page 202 - A HISTORY OF THE FOSSIL FRUITS AND SEEDS OF THE LONDON CLAY.
Page 189 - My lord, I humbly commend my selfe unto your lordshyp, the laste I wrote unto your lordshyp was the xxth daye of thys present monith by the handes of Mr. Wyliamson, by the whych I advertised your lordshyp of the lengthe and greatenes of thys churche, and how we had begon to pull the hole down to the ground, and what maner and fashion they used in pulling it down. I told your lordshyp of a vaute on the ryghte syde of the hyghe altare, that was borne up with fower greate pillars, having abowt it v....
Page 197 - Natural History of the County of Stafford; comprising its Geology, Zoology, Botany, and Meteorology: also its Antiquities. Topography, Manufactures, &c. By ROBERT GARNER, FLS 8vo, with a Geological Map and
Page 189 - Every of these attendith to hys own office : x of them hewed the walles abowte, amonge the whych ther were 3 carpentars : thiese made proctes to undersette wher the other cutte away, thother brake and cutte the waules.
Page 197 - Anatomical Manipulation ; or, The Methods of pursuing Practical Investigations in Comparative Anatomy and Physiology. Also an Introduction to the Use of the Microscope, &c. By ALFRED TULK, MRCS, MES ; and ARTHUR HENFREY, FLS, M.Micr.S.
Page 201 - Nearly 600 Families are noticed in this Work, and besides the several descriptions of Fish, Fishing-nets, and Boats, are included also Mermaids, Tritons and Shell-fish. Nearly seventy Ancient Seals are described, and upwards of twenty subjects in Stained Glass.