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" There were likewise houses of entertainment for almost all travellers. Even the nobility and gentry, when they were upon the road, lodged at one religious house and dined at another, and seldom or never went to inns. "
The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ... - Pagina 474
1857
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A History of the Protestant "reformation", in England and Ireland ..., Volume 1

William Cobbett - 1824 - 284 pagina’s
...daughters " were educaledin those places. — THIRDLY, all the Mo" nasteries were, in effect, great hospitals. And were most " of them obliged to relieve many poor people every day. " There were likewise houses of entertainment for almost " fdL travellers. Even the nobility and gentry,...
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An Historical and Architectural Description of the Priory Church of ...

Marmaduke Prickett - 1831 - 130 pagina’s
...noblemen's and gentlemen's daughters were taught in these places. All the monasteries were, in effect, great hospitals, and were most of them obliged to relieve many poor people every day. They were likewise houses of entertainment for almost all travellers." O. The Diicripcon of the Monastery...
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Six Months in a Convent, Or, The Narrative of Rebecca Theresa Reed, who was ...

Rebecca Theresa Reed - 1835 - 192 pagina’s
...gentlemen's daughters were instructed in those places. All the Monasteries were also, in effect, great hospitals, and were most of them obliged to relieve many poor people every day. They were likewise houses of entertainment for all travellers. And the nobility and gentry not only...
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The Ecclesiastical Law, Volume 2

Richard Burn - 1842
...noblemen's and gentlemen's daughters were taught in those places. All the monasteries were in effect great hospitals; and were most of them obliged to relieve many poor people every day. They were likewise houses of entertainment for almost all travellers. And the nobility and gentry provided...
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The Rights and the Wrongs of the Poor in a Series of Letters: Addressed to ...

Thomas Brothers - 1842 - 137 pagina’s
...and, among other remarks, says, that " all the monasteries were in effect great hospitals, that they were most of them obliged to relieve many poor people every day. That they were likewise houses of entertainment for almost all travellers." " In short," said he, "...
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volume 7

1844
...noblemen's and gen'lemen's daughters were taught in those places. All the monasteries were in effect great hospitals ; and were most of them obliged to relieve many poor people every day. They were likewise houses of entertainment for almost all travellers. And the nobility and gentry provided...
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An Account of the Religious Houses Formerly Situated on the Eastern Side of ...

George Oliver - 1846 - 187 pagina’s
...noblemen's and gentlemen's daughters were taught in these places. All the monasteries were, in effect, great hospitals, and were most of them obliged to relieve many poor people every day. They were likewise houses of entertainment for all travellers." (Burn. Eccl. Law. vol. ii. p. 545.)...
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The Medieval Architecture of Chester

John Henry Parker - 1858 - 56 pagina’s
...desired it might have their children taught grammar and church-music without any expense to themh." And all the monasteries were in effect hospitals,...tenth centuries, carried terror and suffering to the religious houses. Simon of Durham says, that — " After the devastation of the north country in AD...
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The History and Antiquities of Selby: In the West Riding of the County of ...

William Wilberforce Morrell - 1867 - 333 pagina’s
...and other places, was doubtless owing to the superior educational advantages afforded at the abbey. All the monasteries were in effect hospitals, and...them obliged to relieve many poor people every day. They were likewise houses of entertainment for the travellers. A portion of the revenues of the abbey...
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The papal garrison: a history of monachism & nunhood in Great Britain

Papal garrison - 1871
...noblemens' and gentlemens' daughters were educated in those places. All the monasteries were in effect great hospitals ; and were most of them obliged to relieve many poor people every day. They were likewise houses of entertainment for almost all travellers. Even the nobility and gentry,...
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