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" ... nightshade,' that plant being abundantly found in the neighbourhood. Its romantic gloom, and sequestered privacy, particularly adapted it to the austerities of monastic life ; and in the most retired part of it, King Stephen, while Earl of Mortaign... "
The Gallery of Engravings - Side 85
redigert av - 1845
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The Tourist's New Guide: Containing a Description of the Lakes ..., Volum 1

William Green (of Ambleside.) - 1819
...of it, King Stephen, while Earl of Mortaign and Boulogne, founded, in the year 1127, the magnificent monastery of Furness, and endowed it with princely...princely authority, in which it was second only to Fountain's Abbey, in Yorkshire. " The windings of the glen conceal these venerable ruins, till they...
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The Natural and Artificial Wonders of the United Kingdom

sir Richard Phillips - 1825 - 356 sider
...while Earl of Mortaign and Bulloign, founded, in the year 1127, the magnificent monastery of Fui aess, and endowed it with princely wealth and almost princely authority, in which it was second only to Founi tains Abbey, in Yorkshire. " The windings of the glen conceal these venerable ruins, till they...
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Lancashire Illustrated: From Original Drawings, by S. Austin, J. Harwood ...

Thomas Allen - 1832 - 112 sider
...of it, King Stephen, while Earl of Mortaign and Bulloign, founded, in the year 112/, the magnificent monastery of Furness, and endowed it with princely...princely authority, in which it was second only to Fountain's Abbey, in Yorkshire. The windings of the glen conceal these venerable ruins, till they are...
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The Gallery of Modern British Artists

1834 - 60 sider
...part of the glen King Stephen, when Earl of Mortaign and Bulloign, founded, AD 1127, the magnificent monastery of Furness, and endowed it with princely...princely authority, in which it was second only to Fountain's Abbey in Yorkshire. The windings of the glen conceal the approach to the Abbey, until a...
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Black's picturesque guide to the English lakes

Black Adam and Charles, ltd - 1842
...Bernard, adopted a white habit, which they retained till the dissolution of monastic orders in England. " The privileges and immunities granted to the Cistercian...were proportioned to its vast endowments. The abbot, it has been mentioned, held his secular court in the neighbouring castle of Dalton, where he presided,...
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Lays and Legends of the English Lake Country: With Copious Notes

John Pagen White - 1873 - 334 sider
...to the middle of the leg behind : when they appeared abroad, they wore a caul and full black hood. The privileges and immunities granted to the Cistercian order in general were very numerous : and those to the Abbey of Furness were proportioned to its vast endowments. The Abbot held...
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The Church of England Magazine, Volum 16

1844
...Bernard, adopted a white habit, which they retained till the dissolution of monastic orders in England. "'The privileges and immunities granted to the Cistercian...were proportioned to its vast endowments. * * * "'The deep forests, that once surrounded the abbey and overspread all Furness, contributed, with its insulated...
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