An Endeavour to Classify the Sepulchral Remains in Northamptonshire; Or, A Discourse on Funeral Monuments in that County

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J.W. Parker, 1840 - 58 sider

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Side 21 - Weave the warp and weave the woof, The winding-sheet of Edward's race : Give ample room and verge enough The characters of hell to trace. Mark the year and mark the night When Severn shall re-echo with affright The shrieks of death thro...
Side 50 - Upon the day and at the time appointed for the ministration of the Holy Communion, the priest that shall execute the holy ministry shall put upon him the vesture appointed for that ministration, that is to say, a white albe, plain, with a vestment or cope.
Side 53 - And whensoever the bishop shall celebrate the Holy Communion in the church, or execute any other public ministration, he shall have upon him besides his rochett, a surplice, or albe, and a cope or vestment, and also his pastoral staff in his hand, or else borne or holden by his chaplain.
Side 7 - BIBLE CYCLOPEDIA; a Comprehensive Digest of the Civil and Natural History, Geography, Statistics, and General Literary Information connected with the Sacred Writings.
Side 6 - BIBLE NARRATIVE chronologically arranged, in the words of the authorized Version ; continued by an Historical Account of the Jewish Nation : and forming a Consecutive History from the Creation of the World to the Termination of the Jewish Polity. Dedicated by permission to the Lord Bishop of Winchester.
Side 5 - Wilson's Illustration of the Method of explaining the New Testament, by the early opinions of Jews and Christians concerning Christ.
Side 2 - THE SCRIPTURAL CHARACTER of the ENGLISH CHURCH CONSIDERED, in a SERIES of SERMONS, with Notes and Illustrations. By the Rev. DERWENT COLERIDGE, MA...
Side 51 - The stiff high collar used to ruffle his great full-bottomed wig ; till one day he threw the robe off in a great passion and said he would never wear it again ,and he never did ; and the other gentlemen soon left off theirs
Side 2 - Long on these mould'ring bones have beat The winter's snow, the summer's heat, The drenching dews, and driving rain ! Let me, let me sleep again. Who is he, with voice unblest, That calls me from the bed of rest ? ODIN.

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