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Parish Church Goods In Berkshire, A.D. 1552 | by James Parker And Co.



It would be superfluous, and beyond our scope, to attempt but slightly to review the great religious change of the sixteenth century; but in these days, when we are passing through many struggles both of religious thought and of national policy, not unlike those with which our forefathers grappled, there must, for all thoughtful men, be a peculiar interest in studying anew the history of this great religious revolution...

TitleParish Church Goods In Berkshire, A.D. 1552
AuthorJames Parker And Co.
PublisherJames Parker And Co.
Year1879
Copyright1879, James Parker And Co.
AmazonParish Church Goods In Berkshire, A.D. 1552

Inventories Of Furniture And Ornaments Remaining In Certain Of The Parish Churches Of Berks In The Last Year Of The Reign Of King Edward The Sixth Transcribed From The Original Records, With Introduction And Explanatory Notes.

-Introduction
IT would be superfluous, and beyond our scope, to attempt but slightly to review the great religious change of the sixteenth century; but in these days, when we are passing through many struggles both...
-Introduction. Part 2
Tour Lordship's humble and faithful servant, Myles Coverdale. To the right honourable and my very singular especial good Lord, the lord privy seal, this he presented. Ad manus. The young Mr.Wyn...
-Introduction. Part 3
Practically, the right of administering injunctions relating to the discipline of the Clergy, and such matters as we should in these days class under the head of Ritual, was retained by the Crown as a...
-Introduction. Part 4
The introduction of the word appointed here, seems to refer back to the ordinary or accustomed vestures; in other words, it is not wholly a new or complete rubrick of itself, repealing and condemnin...
-Introduction. Part 5
The actual Commission issued to Berkshire has not been found, (no copy seems to have been kept amongst the State Papers), but in all probability it was similar to that for Bedfordshire, which is given...
-Introduction. Part 6
II. From the ORIGINAL, found amongst the Records of the Exchequer h. May 16, 1552. Edwarde the syxt, by the grace of God Kynge of Englande, Fraunce, and Irelond, Defender of the Faithe and of the C...
-Introduction. Part 7
Item, Rycharde Howghtone, layte of Wormley, embessilled away from the said churche of Wormley a Challis, the true weight therof we know not. Item, John Chyswrighte, layt parsone of Bal-docke and no...
-Introduction. Part 8
m Seventh Report of the Deputy-Keeper of the Public Recorda, p. 312. We see by this Commission that all singuler redye money, plate, and Juelles, which are to be immediately collected and brought ...
-List Of Churches Of Which Inventories Are Given
PAGE I. NEWBURY,, 2 Aug. .. .. 1 II. Aldermastone, . 2 Aug. .. .. 3 III. Aldeworthe, . . ...
-County Of Berks
I. Newbury Thys Inventory Indented made the seconde daye of Auguste in the sexte yere of the Raigne of or soueraigne Lorde Edwarde the sixte betwene the Comyssyoners of or said soueraigne Lorde for t...
-County Of Berks. Part 2
d A Case to contain the corporas. e Stuff from Tournay or Dorneck. f A cloth for the Easter, or Holy-week sepulchre. VI. Boxwourth [Boxford] 4 Aug., 6 Edw. VI. John Holdway and John Symes Churchewar...
-County Of Berks. Part 3
o Qy. Knob, or knot. p Camlet. q A vestment with a figure of St. Thomas worked in worsted. r Lich, or burial-bell. XI. Burfyld 2 August, 6 Edward VI. William Kyrton and Barthelmewe Brewer, Church...
-County Of Berks. Part 4
c The corporss nspkin. d Ship, to hold the incense. e Orphreys. Bands of embroidery, or needlework, sewn on to vestments. XVIII. Farnborough 4 Aug., 6th Edw. VI. James Richardes and William Warns C...
-County Of Berks. Part 5
ij Challyces of syluer & parcell gylte the one waing xij ownces the other wayng xxiiij ownces. k Crescloth; fine linen cloth. (Haliwell.) l A chrismatory. m A chrismatory. XXV. Hungerford 4 Aug., ...
-County Of Berks. Part 6
XXXI. Lamborne Churche Cum Capella Dr Est-Burye Annexata, 4 Aug., 6 Edw. VI. Richard Organs, John Loveden, William Walderon and William Senier Church Wardens of Lamborne. A Crosse of copper and gyl...
-County Of Berks. Part 7
x The canopy held oyer the head of the priest in the procession on Palm Sunday. XXXVIII. Peasmoore 4 Aug., 6th Edw. VI. Henry Hedd and John Spycer Churchwardens. One challes of sylver and gilte wei...
-County Of Berks. Part 8
c Emblazoned with the urns of the patron of the church, or some other person. d Venice gold. e Tunicle. XLIII. Lytle Sheffourd 4 Aug., 6 Edw. 6, John Hasel, paryshenor. twoo belles by estymatyon ...
-County Of Berks. Part 9
k The ablution or washing of the sacred vessels. 1 Saffron colour, from the medaeval Latin, craneum = croceum, - Du Cange- mTinkled. LI. Sulhampstede Abbott 2 Aug., 6 Edw. VI. Robert Wooddarde &. J...
-County Of Berks. Part 10
r Qy. a garment, or veil for covering the altar, and other crosses, for decking the figures of Saints, or the Habit of a Deacon. LIX. Wasinge IV. Aug. VI. Ed. VL William Wyatt Churchwarden, and Thom...
-Exchequer Q. R. Church Goods
(Berks) 1/9 [Upper part torn]. Sparsholt In the paryshe churche ther twoo chalyces of syluer thoone gylte thoother. percelle gylte three grett belles, A sance belle. Dencheworthe In the churohe th...
-Glossary: Alb, Altar Front, Atelier Cloth, Front Clothe, Frontlett, Amice, Apparel
The numbers refer to the pages where the words are mentioned. Alb (4, 6,9,10, 13,15, 21, 24, 25, 29, 30, 32, 34, 38, 40, 43, 44, 46.) An ample linen tunic, and so called from the Latin word alba (wh...
-Amu, Banner Clothes. Banners Of Silk, Bason, Bason And Ever, Baulkyne, Baudekyn, Bawdkyn, Beryl, Bella, Branched, Bridges, Burges, Buckram, Burial Bell, Caddes, Caddis, Caddewse, Caffa, Canopy, Canvas, Censer, Senser, Saynsor, Saynsor, Also Called Thurible, Etc
Amu (2.) The name of 'arras' was first applied to tapestry from the most celebrated manufactories in Europe being at Arras, the chief town of the Pas de Calais, and formerly capital of Artois in Flan...
-Chamlett, Chaungeably Silke, Cheker Velvett, Cheseble, Chrismatory, Cope, Corporace, Corporouse, Corporesses, Corporous, Corpores, Corporal, Corporasse Kercheffe, Coteor The Rood, Coverlett, Crane Coloured, Cresse Cloth, Cross, Crosse Cloth, Or Rood Clolh, Cruelle, Cruettes, Cushion, Dexc-Cloth, Diaper, Dornexe, Fannell, Fanon, Or Maniple
Chamlett (27,32.) Camlet, a material originally made of camel's hair; a cloth made of silk and wool Chaungeably Silke (21.) Variegated, shot silk. Cheker Velvett (11, 44.) Checkered velvet, i.e. ...
-Fonte Cloths, Fustane Apes, Futtian, Gemores, Herse-Cloth, Or Fall, Herse Of Irone, Holy Water Pot, Or Vat, Latten, Lalen, Loekeram, Lokkaram, Lyche-Bell, Cone-Belt, Burial-Belt, Burienge-Bell, Maniple, Maslin Bason, Oile Vat, Oyle Boxe, Orfrayes [Aurifrigium], Organs, Parcell Gittc, Pawle, Pax, Otherwise Paxboard, Or Ovulatory
Fonte Cloths (7, 16, 19, 30.) A cloth or sheet of white linen to cover the font, sometimes fringed and ornamented. Fonts were formerly kept securely closed when not in use, to prevent persons obtaini...
-Paynes, Poz, Pyllow, Pyllow Here, Pypes And Knottes, Pyx, Pyx-Cloth, Raye Satin, Rochett, Rood-Cloth, Sacring Or Sacrament Bell, Sanctus Bell, Or Saunce Bell, Satgn Of Sypers, Ryghte Sattene, Right Pere Satyn, Tynceted Saltene, Sage, Sarcenet
Paynes (6,10, 32, 34, 35, 36.) Composed of panes, or small squares, variegated. Poz (12.) Abbrev. for peruana, weighing. Pyllow (7. 13, 18, 33.) Pillows to kneel upon, and cushions of silk for th...
-Ship, Spanged, Sparked, Standards, Sierra, Streamer, And Banners Of Sylke, Tablement, Towels. Hanselling Towels, Tukieles, Tunacle, Tonable, Veil, Or Lent-Cloth, Vestment
Ship (14, 33, 33.) A Navis. or Navette. A vessel in the shape of a boat, to store the incense, from which sufficient was taken out with a spoon made for the purpose, and thrown into the censer, when ...









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