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" The clergy, contented with a very slight degree of learning, could scarcely stammer out the words of the sacraments ; and a person who understood grammar, was an object of wonder and astonishment. The monks mocked the rule of their order by fine vestments,... "
The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ... - Pagina 475
1857
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William of Malmesbury's Chronicle of the Kings of England: From the Earliest ...

William (of Malmesbury) - 1847 - 544 pagina’s
...astonishment. The monks mocked ^ the_.rIIle_ojL their order by fine vestments^" and the use of "every_kin.d of food. The nobility, given up to luxury and wantonness,...and masses from a hurrying priest in their chambers, amid the blandishments of their wives. The commonalty, left unprotected, became a prey to the most...
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The Church Historians of England: pt. 1. The history of the kings of England ...

1854
...who understood grammar was an object of wonder and astonishment.1 The monks mocked the rule of their order by fine vestments, and the use of every kind...went not to church in the morning after the manner 1 See 123. King Alfred, in his preface to Gregory's Pastoral, states that learning was BO decayed...
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The history of the kings of England and the Modern history ..., Volume 3,Deel 1

William (of Malmesbury.) - 1854
...who understood grammar was an object of wonder and astonishment.1 The monks mocked the rule of their order by fine vestments, and the use of every kind...went not to church in the morning after the manner learnii could understand tne common service 01 me cmircn, and ne Knew none soutn 01 the Thames who...
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William of Malmesbury's Chronicle of the Kings of England: From the Earliest ...

William (of Malmesbury) - 1866 - 544 pagina’s
...who understood grammar, was an object of wonder and astonishment. The monks mocked the rule of their order by fine vestments, and the use of every kind...manner of Christians, but merely, in a careless manner, >j heard matins and masses from a hurrying priest in their chambers, amid the blandishments of their...
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Chronica Gentis Scotorum, Volume 2

John of Fordun - 1872
...time, for a good many years before the arrival of the Normans, the upper classes, given up to gluttony and wantonness, went not to church in the morning after the manner of Christians, but, in their chambers, and in the arms of their wives, barely listened to a priest who hurried through...
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The comprehensive history of England, from the earliest period to ..., Volume 1

Charles MacFarlane - 1876
...who understood grammar was an object of wonder and astonishment. The monks mocked the rule uf their order by fine vestments and the use of every kind...in a careless manner, heard matins and masses from i hurrying priest in their chambers, amid the blandishments of their wives. The commonalty, left unprotected,...
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Lectures on the history of England

Montague John Guest - 1879 - 582 pagina’s
...words of the sacrament, and a person who understood grammar was an object of wonder and astonishment. The nobility, given up to luxury and wantonness, went...masses from a hurrying priest in their chambers." 6. The same writer speaks of the degrading slave-trade which was still carried on in England, and which...
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History of the Christian Church from Its Origin to the Present Time

William Maxwell Blackburn - 1879 - 719 pagina’s
...sacraments ; and a person who understood grammar was an object of wonder. The monks mocked the rule of their order by fine vestments, and the use of every kind of food. The nobles, given up to luxury and wantonness, went not to church in the morning according to the manner...
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Fasting reception of the blessed sacrament a custom of the Church catholic

Frederick Hall - 1881 - 48 pagina’s
...Malmesbury, when complaining of the customs of the English at the time of the Norman conquest, writes: "The nobility, given up to luxury and wantonness,...masses from a hurrying priest in their chambers." (Bohn's ed., p. 279.) Even in what Dr. Pusey calls " the dreary interval of the eighteenth century,"...
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Fasting reception of the blessed sacrament a custom of the Church catholic

Frederick Hall - 1882 - 71 pagina’s
...conquest, writes : " The nobility, given up Eleventh cento luxury and wantonness, went not to tury. church in the morning after the manner of Christians,...matins and masses from a hurrying priest in their chambers."3 2. S. Osmund, Bishop of Salisbury (AD 1078-1099), to whom we are indebted for the Sarum...
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