The principles of Gothic ecclesiastical architecture. [With] Alphabetical index, by T.J. Mackrill

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Page 346 - Parish Churches; being Perspective Views of English Ecclesiastical Structures ; accompanied by Plans drawn to a Uniform Scale, and Letterpress Descriptions. By R. and JA BRANDON, Architects.
Page 327 - And here it is to be noted, that such Ornaments of the Church and of the Ministers thereof, at all Times of their Ministration, shall be retained, and be in use, as were in this Church of England, by the Authority of Parliament, in the Second Year of the Reign of King Edward the Sixth.
Page 15 - Among the first products of the printing press were advertising handbills and later pamphlets and "news books." The latter contained items of news of greater or less age. We find in some of these "news books," which appeared in Germany and Holland in the latter part of the sixteenth and early part of the seventeenth centuries, miscellaneous advertisements telling about some new pamphlets and treatises.
Page 261 - The word porch, though now commonly used to express the Atrium sive vestibulum ad valvas ecclesue, was also anciently made use of to denote an aisle. Thus John Trollop, by will dated AD 1522, bequeathed his body to be buried in the church of Kellowe, " in my porch of or Ladye, there betwixt my wife there and the altar ende.
Page 349 - WILD'S ENGLISH CATHEDRALS. Twelve select examples of the Ecclesiastical Architecture of the Middle Ages ; beautifully coloured, after the Original Drawings by CHARLES WILD, Imperial folio, in portfolio, ^4 4$.
Page 153 - Northamptonshire. space between this and the inner mouldings of the pointed arch is filled with a blank quatrefoil and sculptured foliage, the jambs being ornamented with the tooth moulding, and on each side are four detached shafts with plain but bold moulded capitals. A doorway in the ruined church of Lanark, North Britain, exhibits the round moulding with a fillet on the face, and the capitals, (which are all that remain of two nook shafts,) are richly sculptured.
Page 186 - Ashbourne Church, Derbyshire, is a large parochial structure principally in this style, and contains affixed to one of the piers a small but ancient brass plate, engraved with an inscription commemorative of the dedication of the church, AD 1241, as follows: — Anno ab incarnacione Dni m CCXLI viii kl Maii dedicata est hec Eccia et hoc Altare consecratum in honore sci Oswaldi Regis et Martiris St. venerabili Patre Domino Hugone de Patishul Coventrensi episcopo. early date with lancet-shaped windows,...
Page 345 - The Open Timber Roofs of the Middle Ages. Illustrated by Perspective and Working Drawings of some of the best varieties of Church Roofs; with Descriptive Letterpress. By R. and JA BRANDON.

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