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Seite 54 - 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...
Seite 293 - SACRA PICTORIA: being a Series of Illustrations of the Ancient Versions of the Bible, copied from Illuminated Manuscripts, executed between the Fourth and Sixteenth Centuries. Royal 4to, with 50 beautifully Illuminated Plates, half-bound morocco, .£3 IM.
Seite 317 - Ireland is formed in order to examine, preserve, and illustrate all Ancient Monuments of the History, Manners, Customs and Arts of our Forefathers.
Seite 263 - That shall I doe, though mochell worse I fared : Never shall be sayde that Perigot was dared. WIL. Then loe, Perigot, the pledge which I plight, S5 A mazer ywrought of the maple warre, Wherein is enchased many a fayre sight Of bears and tygers, that maken fiers warre ; And over them spred a goodly wilde vine, Entrailed with a wanton yvy twine.
Seite 279 - In the year of grace one thousand, one hundred and seventy-four, by the just but occult judgment of God, the church of Christ at Canterbury was consumed by fire...
Seite 145 - And let the bishop salute the church, and say, The peace of God be with you all. And let the people answer, And with thy spirit; and let the deacon say to all, Salute ye one another with the holy kiss.
Seite 114 - Country, and state of its Inhabitants in the First Century of the Christian Era, and by a Summary of the .Historical Transactions connected with the Roman Occupation of North Britain.
Seite 280 - ... success ; for the columns of the church, commonly termed the pillars, were exceedingly weakened by the heat of the fire, and were scaling in pieces and hardly able to stand, so that they frightened even the wisest out of their wits. French and English artificers were therefore summoned, but even these differed in opinion. On the one hand, some undertook to repair the aforesaid columns without mischief to the walls above. On the other hand, there were some who asserted that the whole church must...
Seite 277 - It has been stated that after the fire nearly all the old portions of the choir were destroyed and changed into somewhat new and of a more noble fashion; the differences between the two works may now be enumerated. The pillars of the old and new work are alike in form and thickness, but different in length. For the new pillars were elongated by almost twelve feet. In the old capitals the work was plain, in the new ones exquisite in sculpture. There the circuit of the choir had twenty-two pillars,...