Old Church Plate in the Diocese of Carlisle: with the Makers and Marks: To which is Added an Account of the Municipal Insignia and the Corporation and Guild Plate of Carlisle

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Richard Saul Ferguson
C. Thurman & Sons, 1882 - Počet stran: 326
 

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Strana 92 - ... angular. The form of the cup, however, is altogether changed, and instead of being a shallow, wide bowl, it is elongated into the form of an inverted truncated cone, slightly bell-shaped. The form of the paten is also much changed, the sunk part of the platter is often considerably deepened, the brim narrowed, and thereon is fixed a rim or edge, by which it is made, when inverted, to fit on the cup as a cover, whilst a foot is added to it, which serves also as a handle to the cover...
Strana 115 - Item, Whether you know any, that keep in their houses any undefaced images, tables, pictures, paintings, or other monuments of feigned and false miracles, pil10 grimages, idolatry, and superstition, and do adore them, and specially such, as have been set up in churches, chapels, and oratories.
Strana 12 - ... instead of indented or angular. The form of the cup, however, is altogether changed, and instead of being a shallow wide bowl, it is elongated into the form of an inverted truncated cone slightly bell-shaped. The form of the paten is also much changed, the sunk part of the platter is often considerably deepened, the brim narrowed, and thereon is fixed a rim or edge by which it is made, when inverted, to fit on the cup as a cover, whilst a foot is added to it which serves also as a handle to the...
Strana 92 - The form of the paten is also much changed, the sunk part of the platter is often considerably deepened, the brim narrowed, and thereon is fixed a rim or edge by which it is made, when inverted, to fit on the cup as a cover, whilst a foot is added to it which serves also as a handle to the cover, as though it were intended to place the wine in the chalice and cover it with the patencover until the administration of the Sacrament, when the cover would be removed and used as a paten for holding the...
Strana 279 - ... quarterly, first and fourth, France and England quarterly ; second, Scotland ; third, Ireland. Beneath is the motto,
Strana 92 - The ornaments on all these chalices and paten-covers as they may be called, is invariably the same ; it consists simply of an engraved band round the body of the cup and on the top of the cover formed by two narrow fillets which interlace or cross each other with a particular curvature in every instance the same, the space between them being occupied by a scroll of foliage and this ornament is marked by a total absence of letters, monograms, emblems, or figures of any kind. It is curious how this...
Strana 93 - ... shall minister the Holy Communion in no chalice nor any profane cup or glass, but in a Communion cup of silver, and with a cover of silver, appointed also for the ministration of the Communion-bread.
Strana 240 - Portland, to his tenants of the honor of Penrith, who, under his Grace's encouragement, associated in defence of the government, and town of Penrith, against the rebels in 1745.
Strana 13 - ... Judging from a beaker in our own possession, we have thought it might be the old Calais mark, but without further proof identification is uncertain. This is the direction which future inquiry ought to take. We are now tolerably certain about the metropolis ; the provinces still remain to be explored. It is, we imagine, hopeless to identify, except as undoubtedly English, the many pieces, spoons especially, which are stamped only with a maker's mark. All over the country, as we have already pointed...
Strana 168 - I have prevailed against him : for if I be cast down, they that trouble me will rejoice at it. 5 But my trust is in thy mercy : and my heart is joyful in thy salvation. 6 I will sing of the Lord, because he hath dealt so lovingly with me : yea, I will praise the Name of the Lord most Highest.

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