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(f. 14) (p. 91) 1. A discription" of the histories sett Ms. Rawl., foorth in the glasse windowes in the Catherdrall
Church of Duresme.
(MS. Rawlinson, B. 300, Bodleian Library). The north Alley of ye body of ye Church. 1. In the Alley towards the north are 6 glasse Wyndowes. ye lowest towards the Lanterne haith 3 faire lights* devyded wth stoneworke hauinge therein ye picture of Christ crucified, in the middle or first light, & in the 2 light the picture of our blessed Lady one the one side of the picture of Christ, and in the 3 light the picture of saint Iohn Evangelist on the other syde of ye picture of Christ, & a monke in a blew habitte* (vnderneeth him) kneeling vpon his knees* & holding vp his hands : & 6 turrett wyndowes* in plaine glasse.
In the 2 wyndow are 2 long lights devyded wth stoneworke in white glasse wth out pictures, round about coloured glasse,* & 4 turrett wyndowes.
3. In the 3 wyndow are 2 faire long lights deuided wth stoneworke hauinge in ye first light the picture of saint Katherine,* & beneath her ye picture of saint Oswold, & below him ye picture of saint Cuthbert, in ye 2 light is ye picture of our Blessed Lady, wth Christ in her armes, & beneath her ye picture of saint Bede, And below him the picture of St. Edmond B. & ye armes of St Cuthbert, * & St Oswold finely sett out in coloured glasse, & 4 turrett wyndowes.
4. In ye 4 wyndow are 2 long lights devyded as aforesaid in white glasse wth out pictures, round about wth couloured glasse, & 4 turrett wyndowes.
5. In the 5 are 2 long lights deuided wth stoneworke in white glasse without pictures, round about with coulered glasse, & 5 turrett Wyndowes, 4 vndreneath and 1 aboue,
(92) 6. In the 6 window are a long lights devyded wth 1603.
stoneworke hauing in ye i light ye picture of saint Oswold, & beneath him the picture of St Paule, & in the 2 light the picture of St Peter, & beneath him ye picture of St Iames, in fyne coloured glasse, & aboue 4 turrett lights, with Bushop Skirlawes armes* in the topp.
In the end of ye Church towards ye West, oư ye north Gallilee doore, is a wyndow with 2 lights devyded with stoneworke, hauing in the south light the picture of o? Blessed Lady wth Christ in her armes, & a scepter in her hands & ye 2 or north light in white glasse, & aboue are 4 turrett lights with B. Skirlawes armes in the top of all.
The South Alley of ye body of ye Church. . In this Alley are 6 wyndowes of glasse, fynely coulered wth pictures, vizt.
I. In ye 1 ou ye Church doore going into the cloister is a wyndow with 3 faire long lights devyded with stoneworke, hauing in the i light the picture of St Oswold, (f. 15) In the 2 light the picture of o’ Blessed Ladie & vnderneath her is B. Langley in his episcopall attyre praying on his knees & holding up his hands, with his armes in a scutcheon* vnderneath hi & thes words orate p aia dñi Thome Langley quondā ep'i huius eccl'ie, & in thee 3 light is pictured saint Cuthbert, sett foorth in fyne coloured glasse, & 3 white turrett wyndowes.
In the 2 light are 2 faire long lights devyded wth stoneworke hauing in the i light the picture of St George in armoure, and a red lyon vnder his feete, & in the 2 light the picture of St Oswould king, in the 3 light the picture of o” blessed Lady, in ye 4 light ye picture of saint Cuth: in his episcopall attyre, & in the 5 light ye picture of St Xpofer* with Christ on his shoulder & astaffe in his hand budding & flourishing, & the draught of the instruments wherewith Christ was crucified & the mann thereof excellently sett foorth. & 10 knotts* in coloured glasse 5 aboue and 5 below, & 6 tower wyndowes in white glasse.
3. In the 3 window are 2 long lights devyded wth stoneworke hauing in ye i light the picture of god* the
ffather & Christ on his brest hanging one the crosse, & in Ms. Rawl.,
1603 the 2 light is pictured St Cuthbert wth certaine armes of the neviles excellently done, & 4 turrett wyndowes in the topp hauing all the neviles armes as they were ioyned in marriage.
4. In the 4 window are 2 faire long lights devyded with (93) stoneworke hauing in the i light the picture of o? blessed Lady, & St Iohn Baptist, & St paule, & in the 2 light St Iohn Euangelist with the chalice in his hand, St Anne & other pictures wth 3 neuils armes beneath as they were ioyned in marriage & aboue 4 turrett wyndowes wth the nevills armes in them all.
5. In the 5 window are 2 fare long lights devided wth stoneworke, hauing in the i light ye picture of the Angell Gabriell saluting the blessed virgin Mary, & in the 2 light is ye picture of our blessed Ladie & 2 other angells with scutcheons with the armes of the nevills* & others with whom they were maryed, on there breasts, the one angell vnder St Gabriel, & thee other vnder o blessed Ladie, all sett out in fyne coloured glasse, and aboue 4 tower wyndoes in painted glasse wth knotts.
6. In the 6 wyndow are 2 faire long lights devided with stoneworke, without pictures, and aboue 4 towre lights, hauing in them the armes of 4 seưall noblemen in coulored glas.
Also there is a window oư the south doore of the Gallilee, hauing 3 lights devyded with stoneworke, without pictures, & 4 towre wyndowes in white glasse.
(f. 156) The north Alley of the Lanterne. In the end of ye said Alley towards the north, is a faire glasse window & therein 3 faire long lights devided with stoneworke, hauing in the i light the picture of St Iohn Bap: wth ye Lambe of God in his hand, & in ye second light is ye picture of o? B. Ladie, wth the picture of a monke in a blew habite vpon his knees, holding vp his hands vnto her, & aboue his his [sic] head written m'r dei miserere mei, & in the 3 light is ye picture of St John
MS. Rawl., Evangelist wth a read in his hand, & beneth hi ye 1603
draughts of the nevills Crosse, & bulls head, with ii towre windoes aboue, & ye picture of God Almightie in thee highest of all in fyne coloured glasse.
And further in the sd Alley are 3 altars, & aboue eưie altar on glasse window, hauing 3 fare long lights deuided with stoneworke.
The i altarre is called St Giles altar, & in yt wyndow in ye i light is pictured St Nicholas, hauing vnder his feet written scus Nicolaus epus, in the 2 light is pictured nicodem wth bluddy hands & face bearing ye wight of Christ of the crosse in his armes, (94) & in ye 3 light is pictured saint Gyles in a blew habitt, with ye hind at his feete* shott wth a shaft.
The 2 Altar is called St Gregories altar, hauing thereon another window with 3 faire lights devyded wth stoneworke, in ye first light is ye picture of saint Gregorie, in ye 2 light is ye picture of o’B. Lady, wth Christ in her armes, and one Wm Seaton sub prior a monke pictured vnder her in a blew habitt kneeling & holding vp his hande wth these words, Wm Seaton sub prior, & in the 3 light a bish[o]p wth a crosse on his should [sic] called St Ambrose.
3. The 3 Altar is called St Bennets Altar, & hauing ye like window, wth 3 fare lights, in ye i light is the picture of St Bennet in a blew habitt, with a crosyer staffe in his hand, & vnderneath him, the picture of St Herome wth ye Cardinalls hatt on his head, & in ye 2 light is the picture of Xpte as he did ascend, & rose from the death, & a picture of a prior kneeling and holding vp his hands, before ye altatr [sic] with a miter sett vpon it, In ye 3 light is ye picture of St Katherine* wth ye whele in her hand, & vnder her the picture of Mary Magdelene wth an alablaster box in her hands wth the ointement therein as she annoynted Christ, & aboue are 3 towre windowes pictured therein, with angells, all sett forth in fyne coulored glasse,
And ye order of St Bennett* sett forth in there pictures Ms. Rawl.,
1603. in wainscott, with a ptition, the priors* within & ye monkes wth out.
The south Alley of ye Lanterne. In the Alley are 3 altars, the i called o? La: altar, al's howghells altar,* the 2 ye lady of Boltons altar, ye 3 st ffides altar towards ye south.
The i aultar hauing a faire glasse window wth 3 faire long lights, seưed wth stoneworke hauing in ye i light the picture of St Katherine* wth the whele: in (f. 16) her hand vnderneeth her ye picture of o? B. lady wth Christ in her armes, in the 2 light, & vnder her the picture of a monke in a blew habitt, praing & holding vp his hands, & in ye 3 light the picture of St Margaret, & vnder ye picture of St Xpofer* bearing Chish [sic] of his shoulders, oư the water, hauing a staffe budding & flourishing in his hand, & 3 towre windowes wth out pictures; The (wth the, H. 44) picture of St Iohn Baptist put in prison, & standing within the grate or iron barre thereof, wth a booke in his hand wth (95) ye lambe of God vpon it pointing vnto it wth the other hand, as when Xpt sent diuers messengers to Iohn being in prison who pointed vnto the Lambe wth his finger, ecce agnus dei, wch was Christ who had sent to learne of hi who he was.
The 2 altar haith alsoe a Window wth 3 lights, hauing in ye 1 ye picture of St Iohn Euangelist wth ye read in his right hand, & ye eagle vpon his booke, in his left hand, & vnder him ye picture of St Nicholas, in the 2 light ye picture of o? Lady of Bolton, with a golden mase in her hand, & a crowne of gold on her head, a monke vnder her feete, kʼeling & praying wth eleuated hands, & in ye 3 light ye picture of St Stephen with the stones in his hand where with he was martered, 2 & vnder hi the picture of St Iohn Bap: wth the lambe in his hand, & aboue all 3 towre windoes with couloured glasse sett forth, with aungells pictured in them.
I “whole" in MS.
2 “ quartered" in MS.