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Side 5 - For if those temples are well built, it is requisite that they be converted from the worship of devils to the service of the true God...
Side 328 - OUR BRITISH ANCESTORS : WHO AND WHAT WERE THEY? An Inquiry serving to elucidate the Traditional History of the Early Britons by means of recent Excavations, Etymology, Remnants of Religious Worship, Inscriptions, Craniology, and Fragmentary Collateral History. By the Rev. SAMUEL LYSONS, MA, FSA, Rector of Rodmarton, and Perpetual Curate of St.
Side 9 - ... having nothing of his own besides his church and a few fields about it. When he was sick they set up a tent for him close to the wall at the west end of the church, by which means it happened that he gave up the ghost, leaning' against a post that was on the outside to strengthen the wall.
Side 178 - THE GENERAL APPEARANCE of Decorated buildings is at once simple and magnificent; simple from the small number of parts, and magnificent from the size of the windows, and the easy flow of the lines of tracery. In the interior of large buildings we find great breadth, and an enlargement of the clerestory windows, with a corresponding diminution of the triforium, which is now rather a part of the clerestory opening than a distinct member of the division. The roofing, from the increased richness of the...
Side 325 - Engravings, 7s. 6d. Its Dedication. — Supposed date of Erection or Alteration. — Objects of Interest in or near. — Notices of Fonts. — Glass, Furniture, — and other details — Also Lists of Dated Examples, Works relating to the County, &c.
Side 48 - Malmesbury. For there he erected extensive edifices, at vast cost, and with surpassing beauty; the courses of stone being so correctly laid that the joint deceives the eye, and leads it to imagine that the whole wall is composed of a single block.
Side 326 - WORKS PUBLISHED IN PHOTOZINCOGRAPHY. DOMESDAY BOOK, or the GREAT SURVEY OF ENGLAND OF WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR, 1086 ; fac-simile of the Part relating to each county, separately (with a few exceptions of double counties). Photozincographed, by Her Majesty's Command, at the Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton, Colonel SIR HENRY JAMES, RE, FRS, &c., Director. 35 Parts...
Side 326 - SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF WALTER DE MERTON, Lord High Chancellor of England, and Bishop of Rochester; Founder of Merton College. By EDMUND, Bishop of Nelson, New Zealand; late Fellow of Merton College, DU 8vo., 2s.
Side 323 - FROM AD 1485 TO THE PRESENT TIME. Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged, 35 Plates, 8vo., cloth, 12s. Part 7. The COLOSSEUM. 36 Plates, 8vo. Second Edition, in the Press.
Side 328 - THE PRAYER-BOOK CALENDAR. THE CALENDAR OF THE PRAYER-BOOK ILLUSTRATED. (Comprising the first portion of the "Calendar of the Anglican Church," with additional Illustrations, an Appendix on Emblems, &c.) With Two Hundred Engravings from Medieval Works of Art.