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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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Other mediaeval bridges of several arches remain at Huntingdon,4 at St.
That of the Lord Chancellor, Sir Thomas More, bled for a time on the end of a pike on this tower before it was redeemed by Margaret Roper, the daughter of the thinker who had written — ” Utopia. The house consists but of one storey, a woman stands before the door with a large beer-jug, and a hermit is drinking from a large cup.
The interest mmynne attaches to them is of course manifold ; the personality of these pardoners, professional pilgrims, and minstrels, extinct species, is in itself curious to scrutinize ; but viaa more so than their state of mind and the mode in which they carried on their businesses, both reacting on the social con- dition of a great people which had just been formed and was acquiring the features and the character still its own at the present day.
For this reason they are more numerous in some parts of Wales than anywhere in England. LD rated it liked it Feb 03, Lists with This Book.
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Even at the time when Lyly praised London Bridge as deserving a place among the ” straunge and beautiful ‘ ” Euphues and his England,” ist ed. This fatte the case inwhen great harm was done by the inundations.
Oliver Baker 75 But these turbulent lords, friends of good cheer, abused of the monks’ grati- tude, and their excesses caused complaints which came to the ears of the king. No corner or other creases to the plates. Devotees of drink whose purse was empty would not deprive them-j selves, however, and they paid in kind: The miniature reproduced is one out of several which illustrate a well-known mediaeval tale.
In the East at the present day, the caravaneers talk in the bazaars of the town about the roads and pathways ; we speak of them ourselves on returning hkgh, as books of travel show. Lisa James rated it liked it Mar 06, Passage of the Humber in a ferry X. Wilson, of Aberdeen 7′ Parties with a lawsuit, petitioners of every kind, women ” of ill life ” de jole viea whole herd of indi- viduals with no one to vouch for them, persisted in escort- ing the prince and his courtiers.
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The legis- lator had, however, taken some fat ; he had mnne bridges on the list of the articles for those in-! I Such holy men would tell the way, help to cross a river, sometimes give shelter, sometimes absolution. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Yet to judge of them thus were to judge in a superficial manner ; no doubt it might seem pleasanter to keep to the descriptions of tale-tellers ; but how many chances of error do they not present!
La via delle fate: viaggio alla scoperta di un mondo incantato
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. Text is clean and unmarked binding tight, some tanning of pages due to age.
And even in that reduced compass he is very far from making claim to completeness ; so that this work is presented to the public more as a sketch than a treatise. Chaucer’s prioresse, and riding astride: The Commons of the counties of Nottingham,Derby, and Lincoln, and of the town of Nottingham, declare to the Good Parliament ofthat there is near the town of Nottingham a great bridge over the Trent, called Heybethebridge, “to the making and repair of which nobody is bound and alms only are collected, by which bridge all the comers and goers be- tween the north and the south parts should have their passage.
A cripple and other beggars helped by a generous king to his own garments.
What this sudden ruin was we learn from Stow’s ” Annales ” ; the winter had been very severe, the frost and snow had caused great cracks in the floor of the bridge, so that towards the Feast of the Purification February 2five of the arches fell in.
He that was put in truste to do it first made a stone bridge over the gret poure of booth the armes [of the Avon] by north and weste: From the Louterell psalter; fac-simile of the engraving in the ” Vetusta Monumenta,” Society of Antiquaries, vol. The ordinance of Edward II mentioned further, p. London Bridge had a chapel dedicated to St. She keeps her tavern near Leather- head, in Surrey, on a declivity by the highroad, and there gathers as motley a crowd as that in the ” Visions,” ” Her nose somdele hoked, And camously croked.
The royal itineraries that have come down to us throw a flood of Hght on this continual need of movement.
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Playing upon the vielle viol. Sometimes when the damage was great, and much money was needed and was not forthcoming, a ferry was established as a substitute for the late bridge, and remained in use for years and years together. This may seem little to those whom it concerns — but there is blood on the city, and a heavy account is before them. In the fourteenth century the average price of an ox was thirteen shillings, one penny farthing ; of a sheep, one shilling and five pence ; of a cow, nine shillings and five pence ; and a penny for a fowl.
Carriages quite similar to those painted in our mediseval MSS. The broad forehead of the lady, who has perhaps coquettishly plucked out some of her hair as well as her eyebrows, a process about which satirists were bitter,” brightens up occasionally, and her smile is like a ray of sunshine. Evening comes, the roads are dark- ; the way is lost, they take a guide, to whom they give a penny: Well written and easily read.