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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In most mediasval story books telling of the prodigal son, he is usually repre- sented sowing his very wild oats at the inn or tavern. I pray you if your sore be whole, mjnne so that ye may endure to ride, when my father comes to London, that ye will ask leave, and come home, when the horse shall be sent home again, dlle I hope ye should be kept as tenderly here as ye be at London,” ‘ Women were accustomed to riding gugh as muchl as men, and when they had to travel they usually did it on horseback.
De Winter,p. Another very curious huth will show the use of the other mode, that is, the collection of voluntary offerings from charitable passers-by. Battling against the weather that hampered their journey, prelates, barons, or knights, halted their steeds at some roadside inn, and;, as they listened to the tap of the sleet on the wooden’ panels closing the window, with their feet at the fire in the smoky room while awaiting the subsidence of thes waters, they must have thought on the royal displeasure!
And there also are to be seen some of those hufh gallants who haunt taverns, handsome and gay. His coming in time of peace was a happy diversion from the monotony of the days. He does so ” pro amore Dei et pro salute anime nostre. James of Compostela, twelfth cen- tury, ” Plaza de las Platerias ” silversmiths.
They swelled the num- ber of parasites of the religious edifice, cloaking under a dignified habit a life that was less so. It must have been chiefly to the very poor, or the very rich or powerful that the monastery served as a hostelry. He attended to the keeping in order of the building, or was supposed to do so, and was willingly given a farthing.
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I’m not sure how my original review got deleted, perhaps a glitch in the matrix or the UFOs – I mean fairies – being at it again Through a window opened in the partition between his room and the hall, over the dais, the lord could see and even hear all dwlle was done or said below. The enormous increase of population and cate proportionate want of means of communication during that period has proved fatal to many bridges, and especially to the more famous and important ones which had been built in the more largely populated districts.
Horwood, for the Rolls Series, Morris, ” The Frankpledge System,” Kynne, igio. Thomas Aquinas was one of the seven ” Works of Charity. Fine in illustrated wraps.
From a photograph obtained through the kind- ness of the Rev. Refresh and try again. No Englishman of the Middle Ages, and even of the Renaissance, ever spoke but with pride of London Bridge ; it was the great national wonder ; until the middle of the eighteenth century it remained with the exception of some small ones which have disappeared as well as the narrow waters that they crossed 3 the only bridge of the capital.
Master Reynard reaches the secluded spot ; the mallet was hanging before the door, and the peasant having given with it a loud knock the hermit hastened to draw the bolt: Fourteenth Century ; present state [p. A blind beggar led by his dog. Life-like specimens of dialogues on arrival, between traveller and innkeeper, and discussion as to the price of victuals, may be read in the Manual of French Con- versation, composed at the end of the fourteenth century by an Englishman, under the title of ” La Manifere de Language que t’enseignera bien a droit parler et escrire doulz Fran9ois.
A monopoly of minstrelsy for the King’s own minstrels. It is annexed to a patent of Edward I, and enumerates not only passengers, carriages, and animals of every quality or description, but also every sort of ” saleable ” ware which may pass either on or under the bridge: Both kinds, at fixed times, were on the move and caused a considerable portion of the inhabitants to leave their work, take to the road and be on the move too, in order to come to the court that was to be held.
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Hamo de Morston, for example, in the eleventh year of Edward II, complains that his horse has been taken from him. Another case of the same period is that of the Abbot of Coggeshall who, after a similar inquest, refused to execute any I I.
Among these, many labourers who had broken the villeins bond, unhappy and oppressed in their hamlets, and who wandered through the country in quest of work, as though flight could enfranchise them: By an article the unfair- ness of which had nothing exceptional, the richer were made to pay less than the poorer: The record of the sittings of the second Parliament of the thirteenth year of Edward III show that it was necessary to declare to the few representatives of the Commons and of the nobility who had been able to reach Westminster, ” that because the prelates, earls, barons, and I Ordonance of March i,” Recueil d’Isambert,” vol.
Hardy, Rolls Series, 1 87 5, vol. Published January 8th by Llewellyn Publications first published The need of this new issue has supplied the occasion for a revision of the text, with numerous corrections and addi- tions, written in a land unsuspected by the best-travelled of the ever-moving heroes of these pages, written too at a time when the Hundred years war of Chaucerian days has been replaced by a Hundred years peace, and when great deeds performed in common are, if we and our successors prove in any way worthy of our dead, the harbingers of a friendship not to be broken between France, England and America.
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La via delle fate: viaggio alla scoperta di un mondo incantato
The author of the ” Visions ” is impartial and does justice to sincere anchor- ites: I, ” Statutes of the Realni,” vol. Parties with a lawsuit, petitioners of every kind, women ” of ill life ” de jole viea whole nynne of indi- viduals with no one to vouch for them, persisted in escort- ing the prince and his courtiers. They even took without scruple the carts of travellers who had come perhaps thirty or forty leagues distance, and dellw journey was thus abruptly interrupted.