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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Horsley, “Britannia Mgnne London,p. Maitland, Cambridge, 2 vols. It had been commenced in 1on the site of an old wooden ‘ Skeat’s edition, Text C, pas. Devon’s ” Issues of the Exchequer,”p. From the Ellesmere MS.
A blind beggar led by his dog. Dover Publications Incorporated Orange cloth library binding with usual library markings. Immense strides have been made, especially within the last hundred years, to render their contents public. Silvia Shells rated it it was amazing May 23, The knight must speak pretty loud to make his dainty discourse, Round Table hugy, heard by his companion.
This bridge, over which no doubt Chaucer must have passed, was of stone, the arches were narrow and the piers thick ; strong angular buttresses strengthened them and broke the force of the current ; these formed at the upper part a triangle or siding which served as a refuge for foot-passengers, for the way was so narrow that a cart sufficed to fill it. From a pencil-case in the posses- sion of the author.
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We must first examine the place of the scene, after- wards the events that happened there ; see what were the roads, then what were the beings who eelle them. The itinerary of King John shows that he rarely passed a month in the same place, most frequently he did not even remain there a week.
The popes, who had every reason to be interested in the welfare of the great bridge at Avignon, published numerous bulls granting indulgences and other spiritual favours to the benefactors of’the edifice. He orders, in consequence, each land- owner on both sides of the road to remake, at his own expense, a footway of seven feet up to the ditch, usque canellum.
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One of the twenty arches of the bridge, the thirteenth from the City side, formed a drawbridge to allow boats to pass,i and also to close the approach to the town ; this was the obstacle which in hindered the insurgents led by Sir Thomas Wyatt from entering London.
The share of the clergy in the care of these buildings, the greediness with which the profitable right of collecting the gifts was disputed, and the embezzlements sometimes resulting therefrom are to be noticed: Neolithic Images of the Moon”.
In the case of roads, as of bridges, petitions were sent to Parliament asking that a tax be levied for the repair of the road upon those who used it: Letetur felix Anglorum patria. Political regulations on the Continent respecting Gypsies, V. Thanks for telling us about the problem. II, ” Statutes,” vol. Faith, superstition, and scepticism. The carver grasps the m. Oct 18, Cheri Bauer added it.
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Ecclesiastical documents concerning chiefly English pardoners. Harteveld Rare Books Ltd. He must have himself superintended the painting with dflle greatest care. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
The term ” half” may be mybne literally. The pious character of this kind of ‘ H. The province of Britain had been one of those where the greatest care had been bestowed upon the military and commercial ways by the Roman emperors.
He does not invent his stories, but simply illustrates the fabliaux which he remembered and particularly relished. Atkinson, of Danby Parsonage, York.
People were even very glad to find bridges like the one at Stratford-at-Bow, in spite of its want of width and its deep ruts ; or like the wooden bridge over the Dyke with arches so low and narrow that all lz traffic was interrupted by any slight rising of the level of the water.
The building of ordinary dellr was usually entrusted to local craftsmen or masons ; and myjne would have been strange indeed if the people who could raise such splendid cathedral naves all over England, had been at a loss to span rivers with bridges. But there was nothing of the sort, and the distance between legal theory and actual practice was great.
Some trotted their strange industries in the broad sunshine, through the dust of the highroads ;’ others skulked in bye-lanes or 24 ENGLISH Mmynne LIFE even in coppices, hiding their heads from the sheriff’s officer — may be a criminal, may be a fugitive, ” a mymne head that any one may cut down,” according to the terrible expression of an English jurist of the thirteenth century.
But it seems more likely to be a hayward ; the dress and attitude better suit a man in that station. Other mediaeval bridges of several arches remain at Huntingdon,4 at St.