Results 1 – 19 of 19 You Searched For: hugh mynne (author/artist etc.) Edit Your Search .. La via delle fate Hugh, Mynne and Saba Sardi, F. La via delle fate. Hugh of Clopton’s bridge at Stratford-on-Avon, fifteenth cen- tury 55 entirely fallen. i It may be imagined what fate awaited unendowed country bridges. .. the paving of the highroad, alta via, running from Temple Bar to Westminster. Great was the wrath of this officer when he found Richard de Ayre- mynne, the. This is not quoted from Hugh the Chantor, and it would seem that there may have been In alle f o bokes of holy kyrc, fate holy men, fat tyme, con wyrc, 4 f o m[ esse is .. Jjou J>t wostis fo worlds synne, haue mercie on vs, more & mynne ; day & nyghte, Sicurly to sette ovfur ilke a delle Souerenly to luf ]?e welle.
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One of the less common issues, with 29 fine plates, and of generous size. By degrees the old ” articles of the view,” greatly varying from place to place,’ had increased in number, and the jurors had to answer as to a variety of smaller offences often duplicating the justices’ own interrogatories.
Two horses carried them, one before, the other behind, each being placed between the shafts with which the contrivance was provided at both ends. The escaped servant had fol- lowed them at a distance ; when he saw they had taken up their quarters at the priory he returned with all speed – ‘ to Lichfield and warned the bailiff who hastened to collect his men for the pursuit of the robbers.
Werburga, abbess of Ely, seventh century. Thematic catalogue Advanced search.
A vi’orldly ecclesiastic— – ” Ful wel biloved and familiar was he. Sometimes they helped with their ropes poor fellows whose boat had capsized: Faith Lowery rated it it was amazing Apr 18, From a photograph obtained through the kind- ness of the Rev.
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Atkinson, Durham, Surtees Society,vol. II, ” Statutes,” vol. The one-arched bridge on the Esk, near Danby Castle, York- shire, built during the fourteenth century by Neville, Lord Latimer, the arms of whom are still to be seen at kynne top of the bridge. On the second sits a postilion with a short whip of several thongs ; on the fifth, that is, the nearest to the carriage, sits another postilion with a long whip of the shape in use at the present day.
IV, ” Rolls of Parliament,” v. Furnivall, Director of the Chaucer and many other Societies ; lastly, he ought, perhaps, to have said firstly, of the poet and critic, Edmund Gosse, to whose kind initiative and suggestion he owes it that his book is published under its present form. Rokewood — ” Dominus Galfridus Louterell me fieri fecit.
The pious character eelle this kind of ‘ H.
Within a fortnight he is often found at five or six different towns or castles. The wheels of’ the vehicles had hollowed such deep ruts in the stone and the horses’ shoes had so worn the pavement that an arch had been at one time pierced through.
And in these minute interrogatories at every moment came up the names of the sheriff, the coroner,’ the bailiff, the constable, of all the royal functionaries, whose conduct was thus placed under popular control. The inhabitants of Huntingdonshire and ” the Island mymne Ely” remonstrate in 13because the men of those parts, either on foot or on horseback, have always used the Horketh causeway, ” which causway the bishop of Ely is bound to repair and maintain, they say, for certain rents which he gets ; and the causway is broken by the fault of the bishop, and the same bishop does not allow ships to pass there under the bridge without levying a heavy water tax ” theolonium “which tax ought to be applied to the reparation and maintenance of the same hgh and causway, and they crave remedy.
A witness of the fact told me that, quite recently, a gipsy’s caravan was stopped at the tower on Warkworth Bridge, being unable to pass dslle it owing to the lowness faye the arch. It was gate bridge ybuilt in goodly wize, With curious corbes and pendants graven faire.
Karen rated it really liked it Jan 28, He set up iron bars across the bridge and made all pay who passed over, except the rich, fia he prudently made exception ” for nobility ; he feared them and ,ynne them pass without molesting them. Massive bibliography as well. He also limits the number of persons who should accompany the marshal, which had, as will happen, increased little by little beyond all bounds. The contract binds several authorities on the one hand, and ” Tho.
I pray you if your sore be whole, and so that ye may endure to ride, when my father comes to London, that ye fatf ask leave, and come home, when the horse shall be sent home again, for I hope dekle should be kept as tenderly here as ye be at London,” ‘ Women were accustomed to riding almost as muchl as men, and when they had to travel they usually did it on horseback. In he declared that henceforth the purveyors should pay ready money at the current market price ; and he gravely added, as an important guarantee, that the purveyors should lose their detested name and should be called buyers: One Blackeburne, that was twys maior of Yorke, made this cawsey and a nothar without one of hygh suburbs of Yorke.
Neots, whether they be broken down and carried away by the rising of the waters, as the prior alleges, or not.
George ” ” Itinerary,” ed. The chapel on the bridge at Wakefield, fourteenth century. Hence the name strike for a bushel. A reaper’s cart going up-hill. Opera in buone condizioni. At length, however, they were worsted and fled ; all the spices huggh recovered, and four of their company taken, who, without further ado, were beheaded on the spot. Atkinson, of Danby Parsonage, York.
Parties with a lawsuit, petitioners of every kind, women ” of ill life ” de jole viea whole herd of indi- viduals with no one to vouch voa them, persisted in escort- ing the prince and his courtiers. He pledged himself in that act to permit to all comers free access to the bridge through his own property. See the petition of an abbess who claims the view of frankpledge attached to the manor of Shorwalle, Isle of Wight, which had been given her ; ‘ Isabella de Forte disputes her this right, the real object of the quarrel between the two ladies being the fines levied when the view was held.
The calling in of the foreign cleric Isembert to superin- tend the works of London Bridge seems to have been exceptional. I In England, as in France, wooden bridges had in most cases preceded stone ones. The work contains the Latin text of papal bulls of,tate, The numerous “ivories of the fourteenth century in the Victoria uugh Albert Museum and in the British Museum often represent a lady and her lover, myhne on horseback, ‘ andjiawking.
As to those who travelled on foot, they were used to all sorts of misery. Unfortunately for the knight, during the journey, one of the servants escaped. Francis sent for the consolation of the neglected, those mendicant friars at first so justly popular, and who so promptly fell into disrepute. Devotees of drink whose purse was empty would not deprive them-j selves, however, and they paid in kind: Gregoire, late Bishop of Blois.
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