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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But it seems more likely to be a hayward ; the dress and attitude better suit a man in that station. Charles VI, in one of his ordin- ances, states ‘that the hedges and brambles have greatly encroached on the roads, and that there are even some in the midst of which trees have shot up: What resource remained for the unhappy William and Richard, authors of the petition? For the motives ‘ ” Paston Letters,”edited by Jas. Desi rated it liked it May 14, The enormous increase of population and the proportionate want of means of communication during that period has proved fatal to many bridges, and especially to the more famous and important ones which had been built in the more largely populated districts.
AT the present day there are but few wayfarers. No less striking as a case where pious motives caused the building of a bridge is the contract of the thirteenth century, by which Reginald de Rosels allowed Peter, Abbot of Whitby, to erect a permanent bridge on the river Esk, between his own and the convent’s lands.
The holy journey to Jerusalem. Present state of the Gypsies in England, X. D’autre coste tous les seigneurs, Grans moyens petiz et meneurs lesser ones. The regulation which imposed it, of the thirtieth year of Edward III, first states that all the roads in the immediate environs of London are in such bad condition that the carriers, merchants, etc.
A blind beggar led by his dog. It is the text of a manuscript found at Malta entitled, ” Extenta terrarum et tenementorum Hospitalis Sancti Johannis Jerusalem in Anglia, a.
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English, early fourteenth century. The painting, of which the upper part only is here given, repre- sents the Tower of London with Charles d’Orleans sitting in it as a prisoner. Michael himself will be sent to drive away devils that they be not tormented by evil spirits in their last moments: See also Turner and Parker, who mention several, of the fifteenth centun’, ‘ Domestic Architecture,” vol.
In most mediasval story books telling of the prodigal son, he is usually repre- sented sowing his very wild oats at the inn or tavern. As Cometh to her lot. You would have to study seventy seven lifetimes with seventy seven wonder working Rabbis to learn of Heaven and Earth in this huge awesome collection of collected myth, folklore, Talmud and hidden Jewish texts to Jewish Angel lore abounds.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Chapter book fantasy about a magical ice cream shop. He set up iron bars across the bridge and made all pay who passed over, except the rich, for he prudently made exception ” for nobility ; he feared them and let them pass without molesting them.
They returned to Lichfield, watched by their enemies, and led there a pitiable existence. Review of the subject, and suggestions for ameliorating the condition of the Gypsies in the British Empire. Morris, ” The Frankpledge System,” London, igio. It then became neces- 1 “Rolls of Parliament,” vol. I ” The Itinerary of John Leland,” ed. Wilfrid, a great church builder, bishop of Hexham in the early years of the Vlllth century At first sight all these petitions, these year-books full of reports of lawsuits, these long rows of statutes and ordinances seem the coldest things in the world, the most devoid of life.
One of the twenty arches of the bridge, the thirteenth from the City side, formed a drawbridge to allow boats to pass,i and also to close the approach to the town ; this was the obstacle which in hindered the insurgents led by Sir Thomas Wyatt from entering London.
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Sturdy copy pp catalog. Robert de Rideware was not one of the latter, and did not lose heart. James of Compostela, Cologne, Rome.
Battling against the weather that hampered their journey, prelates, barons, or knights, halted their steeds at some roadside inn, and;, as they listened to the tap of the sleet on the wooden’ panels closing the window, with their feet at the fire in the smoky room while awaiting the subsidence of thes waters, they must have thought on the royal displeasure!
Her skynne lose and slacke, Grained like a sacke, With a croked backe. And in case they are broken down and carried away, to inquire who ought and was used to have it repaired, and who is bound of right to do it ; and how the bridge and roadway may be re-made and bugh.
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The bridge itself, familiar to the Monmouth- born ” Prince Hal ” of Shakespeare, and of England, has, been, however, widened, as at Wakefield and elsewhere.
Maurice Roy, ff. Wheatley’s notes on Norden’s Map of London,in vol.
The pavement had to be hollowed out to allow of the caravan’s pro- delke on its way. Here it may be remarked that though this Mynen. Carriages quite similar to those painted in our mediseval MSS. He had constantly in his pay about forty persons of different ranks, the greater part of whom accompanied him in his numerous changes of residence.
An ” officium de Sancto Ricardoj eremita ” was composed after Richard Rolle’s mnyne, in the thought that he would surely be canonized some day: One went much faster, and was more certain to arrive. Leland mentions them as ” the faire bridge of stone of nine arches, under which runnith the river of Calder, and on the east side of this bridge is a right goodly chapel of our lady delle two cantuarie preestes founded in it.
Hugh of Clopton’s bridge at Stratford-on-Avon, fifteenth cen- tury 55 Goodreads helps you keep dellle of books you want to read. The ” Survey ” had appeared inand been reprinted, with important additions in Solebat tamen, tempore pacis, reddere per annum, cc marcas” p.
The royal itineraries that have come down to us throw a flood of Hght on this continual need of movement. Of this the bridge over the Teign, between Newton Abbot and Teignmouth, rebuilt in 18 15, is an example.