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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Hguh In England, as in France, wooden bridges had in most cases preceded stone ones. Thousands of documents have been printed or analysed, and the work is still continuing ; indeed, looking at the progress made of late, a feeling of wonder cannot be repressed at the premature alarm of historians like Robertson, who wrote in ; ” The universal progress of science during the two last centuries, the art of printing, and other obvious causes, have filled Europe with such a multiplicity of histories, and with such a vast collection of historical materials, that fzte term of human life is too short for the study or even the perusal of them.
May it please him to do this for the soul of Madame his consort, who is to God commended, and for the common profit of the people who pass. They prospered so well that the abbot thought he would withdraw his pension ; Pratt indemnified himself the best way he could.
The royal itineraries that have come down to us throw a flood of Hght on this continual need of movement.
And there also are to be seen some of those idle gallants who haunt taverns, handsome and gay. It is high by five horses harnessed single file. Thus the Council of London inreproaches the religious with wearing clothing ” fit rather for knights than for clerks, that is to say short, very tight, with excessively wide tate, not reaching the elbows, but hanging down very low, lined with fur or with silk.
Matthew rated it liked it Jul 05, The Act of relating these grievances orders that in future poles shall not extend more than seven feet over the public way,i which was enough to give picturesqueness to streets not so wide as ours.
La via delle fate: viaggio alla scoperta di un mondo incantato
Dunbar, the Scottish poet, in his ” London,” written in the early years of the six- teenth century, compliments the city on its beauties, and especially its bridge ; ” Upon thy lusty brigge of pylers fat Been merchauntis full royall to beliold. In Elizabethan times defensive towers for bridges continued to be built, but in poetry only. The hermitage chapel of St. Besides the Wakefield Myjne above men- tioned, there is one over the Dee, at Chester, part of which is as old as the thirteenth century, thoroughly repaired since Ormerod disrespectfully described it as ” a long fabric of red stone extremely dangerous and unsightly.
Of this the bridge over the Teign, between Newton Abbot and Teignmouth, rebuilt in 18 15, is an example. Bond ; Rolls Series,London, vol. Ther wiste no man that he was in dette So estately was he of governaunce. Atkinson, Durham, Surtees Society,vol. No trivia or quizzes yet. A little while before his death in 1 another had taken the place of Peter Colechurch, then very old, as director of the works.
One of these distresses was seen, for example, in the power of the infidel, and the Crusades were the consequence. The accounts of the expenses of Richard de Swinfield, Bishop of Hereford, give an idea of the lordly life led by well-to-do prelates. This’ order had establishments all over England, and it was a piece of good fortune for the poor traveller to come to one of them. Refresh and try again.
There is one in the album of Villard de Honnecourt, thirteenth century, ed. From a photograph by Messrs. King John, who was in France, selle with the beauty of the bridges of that country, and having heard of the magnificent bridge of Saintes which lasted till the middle of the nineteenth century, and which was approached by a Roman triumphal arch, chose, as successor to Cole- church, a Frenchman, called Isembert, ” master of the Saintes schools ” Sermon accompanying the display of a pretended papal bull on the occasion lz the coming of Henry of Lancaster.
Opera in buone condizioni. John de Bodenho, chaplain, explains to Parliament that the inhabitants of Bedford hold their own town at farm from the king, and have undertaken to maintain their bridge. The legis- lator had, however, taken some precautions ; he had inscribed bridges on the list of the articles for those in-! Et le ressouvenir des amours et des haines Me bercera pareil au bruit des mers lointaines. A peculiarity of their horsemanship, which we have seen of late becoming again the fashion after a lapse of five centuries, was that they habitually rode astride.
Great was the wrath of this officer when he found Richard de Ayre- mynne, the king’s own secretary, established in his house, the stranger’s horses in his stable, his servants in the hughh. Refresh and try again.
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Devon’s ” Issues of the Exchequer,”p. Maitland, Cambridge, 2 vols. It contains Decretals, with marginal coloured drawings of the highest value on account of their variety and the subjects they illustrate.
The non- residence of the clergy, which was to be one of the causes of the Reformation two hundred years later, occasioned bitter protests during the fourteenth century.
This was, in his mind, the acme of fine breeding: But the details were extremely elegant, the wheels were carved and their spokes expanded near the hoop into ribs forming pointed arches ; the beams were painted and gilded, the inside was hung with those dazzling tapestries, the glory of the age ; the seats were furnished with embroidered cushions ; a lady might stretch out there, half sitting, half lying ; pillows were placed in the corners as if to invite sleep or meditation, square windows opened on the sides and were hung with silk curtains.
Well written and easily read. A young squire travelling: Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Chaucer’s good parson, branding those men who encourage the evil practices of their subordinates, does not forget ” thilke that holden hostelries,” and who ” sustenen the theft of hir hostilers ostlers. Livre Rare Book Le-livre. In our reproduction may be seen the chapel of St. George ” ” Itinerary,” ed. Scarcely less ornamented were the horse-litters some- times used by people of rank, especially by ladies.
Even the capital was not exempt from the annoyance of this burden ; the marshal had, however, to come ‘ ” Household Expenses of Richard de Swinfield,” ed. The document is curious in many respects. John Lackland therein vaunted the skill of the master, a man, he said, ” of both knowledge and honesty,” and declared that the revenue arising from the houses that he would build upon the bridge should be consecrated for ever to the maintenance of an edifice ” so necessary for you and for all those passing thereby.
Led by a peasant through the pathless wood. Alatariel rated it it was ok Jul 09, Supper finished, all soon retired to rest, people went to bed and rose early in those days. Hugh of Clopton’s bridge at Stratford-on-Avon, fifteenth cen- tury 55