survey of cathedrals of Lincoln, Ely, Oxford and Peterborough.

Containing an history of their foundations, builders, antient monuments, and inscriptions; endowments, alienations, sales of lands, patronages. Dates of consecration, admission, preferment, deaths, burials, and epitaphs of the bishops, deans, precentors, chancellors, treasurers, subdeans, archdeacons, and prebendaries ...
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Get this from a library. A survey of the cathedrals of Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, and Peterborough. [Browne Willis]. Author of A survey of the cathedrals of Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, and Peterborough, Parochiale Anglicanum, A survey of the cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Man, Lichfield, Hereford, Worcester, Survey of cathedrals of Lincoln, and Bristol, An history of the mitred parliamentary abbies and conventual cathedral churches shewing the times of their respective foundations and what alterations they have.

A survey of the cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Man, Litchfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Bristol, Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, Peterborough Author: Browne Willis. Buy A Survey of the Cathedrals of Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, and Peterborough by Browne Willis (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Browne Willis. Get this from a library. A survey of the cathedrals of Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, and Peterborough. Containing an history of their foundations, builders, antient monuments, and inscriptions ; endowments, alienations, sales of lands, patronages.

The whole extracted from numerous collections out of the registers of every particular see And illustrated. Full text of "A survey of the cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Man, Litchfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Bristol, Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, Peterborough, Canterbury, Rochester, London, Winchester, Chichester, Norwich, Salisbury, Wells, Exeter, St.

Davids, Landaff, Bangor, and St. Asaph: containing an history of their foundations, builders, antient monuments, and inscriptions.

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Despite the new title-page the cathedrals described are those of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester and Man, and Lichfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester and Bristol, in Volumes I and II (as in the volume), and those of Lincoln, Ely, Oxford and Peterborough, in Volume III (as in the volume): Willis's descriptions of St David's ( Between andBrowne Willis built St.

Martin's Church on the site of the old Chantry Chapel of St. Margaret and St. Catherine at Fenny erected the church as a memorial to his grandfather Dr. Thomas Willis, a famous physician who lived in St.

Martin's Lane in the parish of St. Martin-in-the-Fields in London and died on St. Martin's Day, 11 November Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln Minster, or the Cathedral Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Lincoln and sometimes St Mary's Cathedral, in Lincoln, England, is the seat of the Anglican Bishop of uction commenced in and continued in several phases throughout the High Middle many of the medieval cathedrals of England it was built in the Gothic on: Lincoln, Lincolnshire.

A survey of the cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Man, Litchfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Bristol, Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, Peterborough, Canterbury, Rochester, London, Winchester, Chichester, Norwich, Salisbury, Wells, Exeter, St.

Davids, Landaff, Bangor, and St. Asaph: containing an history of their foundations, builders. Internet Archive BookReader A survey of the cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Ely, Litchfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Bristol, Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, Peterborough, Canterbury, Rochester, London, Winchester, Chichester, Norwich, Salisbury, Wells, Exeter, St.

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Davids, Landaff, Bangor, and St. Asaph: containing an history of their foundations, builders, antient monuments. This data is provided as an additional tool in helping to insure edition identification: ++++British LibraryTWith a half-title.

A continuation, entitled 'A survey of the cathedrals of Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, and Peterborough' was published in Reissued as part of 'A survey of the cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc.

that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning : JOSEPH PENNELL, Schuyler Van Rensselaer. ‘Dens of loitering lubbers’: protestant protest against cathedral foundations, – - Volume 9 - Claire CrossCited by: 2.

It should be remembered that Oxford was in the diocese of Lincoln in olden days, and that several Bishops of Lincoln were chancellors of Oxford. Wherever the first "Great Tom" came from, it was recast in the minster yard by two bell founders from Nottingham and Leicester early in the seventeenth century, when the weight was increased from page 43 note 1 A Survey of the Cathedrals of Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, and Peterborough (London, ).

page 43 note 2 Bentham, James, The History and Antiquities of the Conventual and Cathedral Church of Ely, 2nd edition (Norwich, ), Addenda, by: 8. (London, ); A Survey of the Cathedrals of Lincoln, Ely, Oxford and Peterborough (London, ). Torre's five folio volumes were presented to the chapter library at York on the death of archbishop Sharp inand were thus apparently not used by Le Neve.

Preface to Browne Willis's Survey ( ed.), 1 iv-viii. Ibid., p. iii. Peterborough (/ ˈ p iː t ər b ər ə,-ˌ b ʌr ə / ()) is a cathedral city in Cambridgeshire, England, with a population ofin Historically part of Northamptonshire, it is 76 miles ( km) north of London, on the River Nene which flows into the North Sea 30 miles (48 km) to the north-east.

The railway station is an important stop on the East Coast Main Line between London Ceremonial county: Cambridgeshire. At Durham the distant view is limited by the hilly nature of the district; Lincoln, except on the north side, can probably be seen more than thirty miles off, from the ground.

1 Ely can be seen 42quite well from the tower of Peterborough—about thirty-five miles as the crow flies. Ely is nearly, but not quite, the highest spot in the Fenland. Romanesque cathedrals (see Romanesque architecture and art) were massive, blocklike, domed and heavily vaulted structures based on the traditional basilica form, reflecting the style dominant in Europe from c to c The tall, wide nave arcade or colonnade, flanked by shallower, shorter aisles, ran from decorative exterior portals to a.

Volume containing a survey of Ely and Oxford cathedrals, collections relating to the cathedrals and dioceses of Bristol and Peterborugh, and a list of the last abbots before the Reformation.

Account of Hartwell parish, Bucks. Notes on English abbey churches, with some drawings. Lists and notes relating to dioceses of Lincoln, Ely. 1 negative: glass ; 8 x 10 in.

The Library of Congress believes that many of the papers in the Detroit Publishing Company collection are in the public domain or have no known copyright restrictions and are free to use and reuse.

Survey of Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, and Peterborough Cathedrals () Reflecting sermons consider'd; occasion'd by several discourses deliver'd by E. Wells () A. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL. The great Cathedral of St.

Paul has abundant claims to the love and veneration of every Englishman. Situated in the heart of the city of London, it has ever been associated with the religious, social and civic life of the people; and as the great national Cathedral of England all the principal events in our country's annals have been connected with St.

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Lincoln Cathedral, in its commanding location, is much more than a priceless gem of ecclesiastical architecture. Today the Cathedral not only continues to serve its local and regional community as it has done for nearly ten centuries, but also projects its faith mission worldwide/5(4).

PREFACE. The chief authorities consulted in the preparation of this book are named in the text. Besides the well-known works of reference on the English Cathedrals, and the "Monastic Chronicles," there are several that deal with Peterborough alone, of which the most important and valuable are "Gunton's History" with Dean Patrick's Supplement, "Craddock's History," the monographs by Professor.

Browne Willis – A survey of the cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Man, Litchfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Bristol, Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, Peterborough, Canterbury, Rochester, London, Winchester, Chichester, Norwich, Salisbury, Wells, Exeter, St.

Davids, Landaff, Bangor, and St. Asaph: containing an history of their. Book title: A History of Ely Cathedral Author: Peter Meadows and Nigel Ramsay (editors) Publisher: The Boydell Press Church Times Bookshop £ ALL OUR cathedrals are astound-ing, but Ely is particularly so, and not just architecturally.

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A survey of the cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Man, Litchfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Bristol, Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, Peterborough, Canterbury Volume 1 of 3 Browne Willis Edité par Gale ECCO, Print Editions ().A Treatise on Places and Preferments, Especially, Church-Preferments.

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A SURVEY OF THE CATHEDRAL OF MAN, BY BROWNE WILLIS, ESQUIRE. Extracted from his Book on the Cathedrals of England, A Survey of the Cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Man, Litchfiehd, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Bristol, Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, and Peterborough.