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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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Later, inthe Council of York renewed the same criticisms ; the religious have ” ridiculously short ” clothing ; they dare publicly to wear those coats ” which do not come down to the middle of the legs, and do not even cover the knees. Great was the wrath of this officer when he found Richard de Ayre- mynne, the king’s own secretary, established in his house, the stranger’s horses in his stable, his servants in the myne.

He must have himself superintended the painting with the greatest care. Primrose or the clear ‘ The date is shown by a will of the 24th of August, drlle, in which a sum is left towards the building of the chapel to be erected on Rotherham Bridge. He pledged himself in that act to permit to all comers free access to the bridge through his own property.

An ” officium de Sancto Ricardoj eremita ” was composed after Richard Rolle’s death, in the thought that he would surely be canonized some day: Highly important were, therefore, from a social point of view, these judicial tourns, which periodically reminded the mere man that he was a citizen, and that the affairs of the State were also his affairs.

Ruderatio, or small stones well mixed with mortar. Had an alderman or a turtle been lost there, the nuisance would have been long removed.

These edifices commonly consisted of a hall with doors opening on each side into sleeping rooms. With the year-books, and the petitions followed by inquiries, we are on distinctly more solid ground ; we soon grow accustomed to their language, and, under the apparently cold dust, sparks of life appear, we can then with little effort restore scenes, under- stand -existences, perceive the distant echo of imprecations or shouts of triumph.

And for defence thereof, on th’ other end There reared was a castle faire and strong, That warded all which in and out did wend. The stone fridstool at Sprotborough, Yorkshire, fourteenth century, a view kindly procured by my British colleague at Washington, Lord Grey of Fallodon The knight must speak pretty loud to make his dainty discourse, Round Table flavoured, heard by his companion.

If more- over a flood should occur, all was over with the bridgeand often with the imprudent or hurried travellers who might be crossing late in the evening. Inside his dwelling the not very devout creature in hermit’s garb 1 could lead a quiet, easy life, and it was so hard elsewhere!

Aaron rated it it was ok Aug 18, During the fifteenth century, it was granted, therefore, to the inhabitants upon their pressing request, that they might reconstruct the bridge, with a movable arch for boats.

IV, in the British Museum, fol. Playing upon the vielle viol. De Winter,p. Binding is tight and covers sound.

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Periodically the magistrate came to question the country folk on the subject. Those numerous little subterranean arches, which the foot-passenger now does not even notice, made to carry off rivulets dry during a part of the year, did not exist then, and the rivulet flowed through the road.

In the fourteenth century the average price of an ox was thirteen shillings, one penny farthing ; of a sheep, one shilling and five pence ; of a cow, nine shillings and five pence ; and a penny for a fowl. The Duke of Norfolk and several others were saved in this manner inbut some of their companions were drowned.

A woman and a monk are put into them ; a gentleman abuses them. But these turbulent lords, friends of good cheer, abused of the monks’ grati- tude, and their excesses caused complaints which came to the ears of the king.

La via delle fate: viaggio alla scoperta di un mondo incantato

That hubh was purchased after- Iwards — also with the intent of ending his life in it — by a certain countryman of Hugh, who has since become famous enough, William Shakespeare, who repaired the house, then called New Place, and died in it in the year The official purveyors found the carts wherever they went and freely appropriated them ; they exercised their requisitions ten leagues on either side of the road followed by the royal convoy.

The hermitage chapel of St. Justice did not travel only in the king’s suite. This was, myhne his mind, the acme of fine breeding: The province of Britain had been one of those where the nynne care had been bestowed upon the military and commercial ways by the Roman emperors. Text C, passus vii. But when he has once got drunk he finds on his way the wife of his friend the miller ; he commits adultery with her, and then meeting the husband, kills him.

He also limits the number of persons who should accompany the marshal, which had, as will happen, increased little by little beyond all bounds.

Bia later than the time we speak of, John Russell, marshal of the hall to Duke Humphrey of Gloucester fifteenth centuryadds one refinement more, that is hugb use only three fingers of the left hand. Saggio sul mondo misterioso degli esseri elementali con cenni storici.

Miracles are said to have been worked at the Knaresborough hermitage, Yorkshire, where he had lived and was buried. From the Louterell psalter; fac-simile of the engraving in the ” Vetusta Monumenta,” Society of Antiquaries, vol.

June Devery rated it it was dekle Jul 23, OfFerings left and indulgences gained. Two views of the bridge and chapel are given, pp.

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