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abutting adjoyning aforesaid Anno Anthony Hutton antiently Appleby Arthuret Barn Bell belonging betwixt the Lands call'd Candlemas Chancel Chapple Church-yard Churchwardens Clifford Close called Communion-Table Croft Curate Dalston dayes Dean and Chapter Diocese dyed Eails East Eector Eegister-Book Eent Eepair Eiggs Eood Eoof Epitaph Esqr Estimation one Acre Floor Font Garden Garth Gleab Glebe Glebelands Governours Ground called half an Acre Heir Hodgson House Hutton Impropriator Inscription Isle Item John Bolton John Stephenson Johnby late Lonsdale Lord Lord Clifford Lord Lonsdale Lowther lyes lyeth the Body lying betwixt Martinmas Monument Musgrave North side obijt parcel of Ground parish parishioners Parsonage-House payd payes Penrith place called prescription Quire repair'd Richard Salkeld Schoolmaster Seats shillings Stone Tenement Terrier there's Thomas Warton three Acres three Roods Tithes Town Tyth Vicar Vicarage Walls wants West Westmerland Wharton whereof wife William Window Wool and Lamb ye Church ye Quire yearly
第 225 頁 - Elizabeth, by the grace of God Queen of England, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith etc.
第 54 頁 - The parishioners follow the Example of their Parson ; and have the Body of the Church in as nasty a pickle as the Quire. The Roof is so miserably Shatter'd...
第 42 頁 - The altar has no rails, and stands at a distance from ye east window, having two rows of seats or benches, betwixt it and that for the scholars. They have a tradition that ye steward and jury of ye mannour sate formerly on these benches in judgment (of life and death) f upon such malefactors as were arraign 'd for any capital crime...
第 230 頁 - And the same Usher shall continue no longer than the space of three years in his...
第 80 頁 - Even such is tyme, which takes in trust Our youth, our joyes, and all we have, And payes us but with age and dust. Within the darke and silent grave, When we have wandered all our wayes, Shutts up the story of our dayes.
第 31 頁 - Observed, expressed, showed, held religiously Hath here this monument thou seest in sight, The cover of her earthly part, but passenger Know Heaven and Fame contains the best of her.
第 80 頁 - EVEN such is time, which takes in trust Our youth and joyes, and all we have, And payes us but with age and dust, Which in the darke and silent grave,' •• When we have wandred all our wayes, Shuts up the story of our dayes : And from which earth, and grave, and dust, The Lord shall raise me up I trust.
第 54 頁 - Common-prayerbook, and an insufferably torn Bible of the old Translation. There was no Surplice to be found; nor did ever any such thing (as far as any present could remember) belong to this Church. One of 'em told us that sometimes, on an Easter-day, the Parson had brought a Surplice with him; had Administer'd ye Sacrament in it : But even that Ordinance (amongst the rest) was most commonly celebrated without one.