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3 aultar haith alsoe 3 like lights, hauing in ye 1603.
I the picture of o’ Blessed Ladie wth Xpt in her armes, & vnder her the picture of St ffides, in ye 2 light the picture of god ye father, wth Xpt in his armes, as pceeding from thee father, vnderneath hi ye picture of St Thonas [sic] & vnder him the picture of a monke in a blew habitt, praying & holding vp his hands, & vnder him ye picture of Si Leonde,* vnder hi ye picture of St Laurence, & in the high pt of all the window, in a little turrett window, the picture of St Bede in a blew habitt, and 2 other little turrett windowes, with thee pictures of 2 aungells.
In ye end of the said altar southward is a faire glasse window wth 3 faire long lights, devided with stoneworke, in the middle or í light is ye picture of Xpt crucified, & vnderneath ye picture of A monke in a blew habitt kneeling & holding vp his hands hauing written aboue his head, Xpe Iesu Thõe des grandiū (gaudium, H. 44), & in ye 2 light ye picture of o’ B. lady on theone side of Christ, & in ye 3 light ye picture of St Iohn Evangelist on theother side, of Xpt, & aboue all 5 towre lights wth ye picture of god almightie wth a globe in his hand, & in ye middle light ye picture of 2 aungells ov (on, H. 44] either side of god, one in either of ye other 2 lights [sic].
Also there is a window towards ye cloister, on ye west side on the clocke doore, ou ye old seat* hauing therein 3 faire long lights deuided wth stoneworke, hauing in the i light ye picture of o? Ladie, & vnder her ye picture of St Cuth: wth St Oswolds head (96) in his hand, in ye 2 light ye picture of o” sauiour Xpte on the Crosse with . I. n. r. I. oư his head, wth aungells receyuing blood & water from his side, & 2 aungells, receyuing ye blood from his feet, & thee (f. 16b) & the picture of the sunne & moone wanting light aboue his head, vnderneath the picture of Xpt, is the picture of o” Ladie, & vnderneeth her the picture of a monke in a blew habitt holding vp his hands & kneeling hauing aboue his head . M’r dei miserere mei, & in the 3d light the picture of St Iohn Baptist, & St Oswold vnder him, as he was king in princely attyre.
The North Alley of the Quiere.
1603. In the North Alley of the quier are 4 faire couloured glasse windowes seuered with stoneworke.
The i hauing therein 4 faire long lights seưed as aboue, having a casement* therein cotaining in the i light the picture of our blessed Lady, wth Xpt in her armes, & a triple crowne of gold on his [her, H. 44] head, in ye 2 light is pictured St Anne, in the 3 light St Marie Magdelene, & in the 4 light St Marie Cleophe, & Salome, being the 3 Maries, & 5 little toure windoes in white glasse in the hight of all.
2. In ye 2 window is 4 faire long lights seưed as aboue, hauing in ye i light ye picture of St Michaell thearchangell, wth a sword in the one hand, & a staffe wth a crosse on theother, killing the dragon, in ye 2 light the picture of saint Katherine wth ye whele on her hand, & a naked sword, & written aboue her head, S'ca Katherina, in the 3 light the picture of o’ blessed La: wth Xpt in her armes, & written aboue her head, s'ca Maria, vnderneth her feete the picture of a monke in a blew habitt, kneeling wth eleuated hands, & written aboue his head, m'r dei misere (sic) mei, vnderneth his feete written, dñs Georgio Cornfurth. and in ye 4 light the picture of St Cuthbert wth St oswolds head in his hand, & oư hi written, S'cus Cuthberty, & aboue all are 7 towre lights in white glasse, & below 2 knotts in white glasse.
3. In ye 3 window are 4 like lights selled as aboue, in ye i ye picture of St Oswold King wth ye Crosse on his brest, in the 2 light ye picture of St Cuth: wth S'cus Cuthbert9 written vnder hī, in the 3 ye picture of St Gregorie, with s'cus Gregorio written vnder hi, & in the 4 of a monke traueyling* to the sea syde, and washing his feete found saint Cuthbert standing in ye sea aboue his sholders holding vp his hands, looking towars heauen, saing his prayers, & alsoe another monke lying on the hight of a rocke leaneing on his arme, beholding holy St Cuth: wher he stood, in the sea at his prayers, (97) aboue all 7 towre windoes in coloured glasse, hauing in thē sundrie pictures. 1 " whole" in MS.
MS. Rawl., In the 4 window is 4 like lights, contaying [sic] in 1603.
the i ye picture of Aydanus B. in the 2 ye picture of S Cuth: in the 3 saint Mary, & in ye 4 St Oswold, finely sett out in coloured glasse, & 3 turrett windows hauing the pictures of two angells offering to the pictures of xpt incense, in the highest wth 12 couloured knotts.
(f. 17) The south Alley of the quier.
In the south Alley are 4 windoues, the i hauing 4 long lights seưed with stoneworke, hauing in the i light the picture of St Cuth: wth St Oswolds head in his hand, in the 2 light the picture of St Oswold king with his scepter in his hand, in ye 3 light the picture of o? B. lady with Xpte in her armes, & in the 4 light ye picture of St George in armour in blew colours,* killing the dragon, & vnderneath euie of the the draughts of there 4 seuall armes in scutcheons, * vizt. of St Cutb: St Oswold, o? Blessed Lady, & St George, & aboue all 3 towre windowes in white glasse with 4 knotts of fyne couloured glasse vnderneeth them.
2, In the 2 window are 4 like lights, hauing in them, the picture of St Peter wth s'cus Petrus vnder his feete, hauing the golden keyes in his hand, & his pt of the Crede,* Credo in deū &c: in the 2 the picture of St Andrew with scus Andreas vnder hi, & aboue his head, et in Iesu &c. in the 3 the picture of St Iames with a staffe & a crosse vpon it in his hand, & vnder hi s'cus Iacobus & aboue his head qui conceptus &c. & in the 4 the picture of St Iohn Euangelist wth the chalice in one hand, & the read in the other, undre hi s'cus Ioh'es, & aboue him passus sub pontio &c. & 13 toure windowes in most fyne colours, & aboue all the picture of God almighty in fyne couloured glasse.
3. In the 3 window are 4 like lights, hauing in the i the picture of saint Thomas wth s'cus Thomas vnder him, & aboue hi resurrexit a mortuis &c. in the 2 the picture of saint lames vnder him S'cus Iacobus, & aboue hi, et sedit ad dextra, &c. in the 3 the picture of St Phillip, vnder hi S'cus Phil:9 & aboue inde venturus est, & in ye 4 ye
“yferring ” in MS,
picture of St Bartholemew, vnder hi S'cus Bartolemeus, Ms. Rawl.,
1603. & aboue credo in spiritū sanctü &c. & 4 fyne knotts in coulered glasse, & 10 towre windowes in white glasse. 4.
In the 4 window are 4 like lights, hauing in the i the picture of St (98) Barbarie, wth the castle in her hand, in the 2 light the picture of St Andrew, in thee 3 the picture of St Iohn Euangelist, & in ye 4 ye picture of Si lames with thee pilgrims staffe in his hand, & his scrippe about hi, & aboue 3 towre windowes, in the higehest the picture of Xpt crucified, in the 2 the picture of o” blessed La: & in ye 3 the picture of Si Iohn baptist, excellently sett forth in fyne couloured glasse.
'The Vestrie House." Wherein are 4 windowes, in the east end thereof the fairest window hauing therein 5 faire long lights seưed with stoneworke, hauing therein the picture of xpte crucified in the midst thereof, & aboue his head a pellican pictured, giuing her blood to her young ones, as Xpt gaue his for the whole world, and the picture of our blessed La: platting (wringing, Hunter's editions) her hands & lamenting most pitifully his death, on the (f. 171) on the one syde of xpte, & the picture of St Iohn Euangelist leaning on his arme on theother syde, with weeping teares from his eyes, & the picture of St Bede in a blew habitt of the north syde of our blessed Lady, & the picture of St Leonard* on the south side, of St Iohn being all fynely sett forth in couloured glasse.
In the 2 window are 3 like lights, hauing in the i the picture of St Oswold with a ball and a crosse in the one hand, and a scepter in the other, in the 2 the picture of our Lady, with Christ in her armes, and in ye 3 the picture of St Cuthbert wth saint Oswolds head in his hand, & the picture of a monke called Thomas Moresbie* deuoutly kneeling, with M'r dei miserere mei, written aboue his head.
3. In the 3 window are 3 like lights, hauing in the i the picture of the salutacion of the angell Gabriell, to the virgin Mary, in the 2 the picture of o” blessed Lady, " This section is not in MSS. C., H. 44.
MS. Rawl., with a little pott before her, & vnderneeth her, the picture 1603.
of the prior of Coldinghā named Wm Drax,* hauing a crosyer staffe in one hand, & a booke in the other, in a black habitt kneeling, & holding vp his hands, with m'r dei miserere mei, aboue his head, & vnder him Wm Drax prior of Coldinghā, & vnder hi ye picture of St Ebba prioresse,* at her prayers wth these words, Aue grā plena d'ns tecū.
4. In the 4 window are 3 like lights, hauing in ye 1, the picture of B. Aydan in his episcopall apparell, with his crosyer (99) staffe in his hand, in the 2 light the picture of St Wm Bushop* in his masse apparell & a staffe in his hand wth a crosyer vpon it, & vnder hi the picture of a monke in a blacke habitt, called Thomas Rome,* hauing written vnder hi Thomas Rome sacrista, and aboue him Scus will’us (sic) ora pro nobis, & in the 3 light the picture of St Bede in a blew habitt all sett forth in couloured glasse.
The 9 Altars.* ffirst in the midest was the altar of St Cuthbert & St Bede, aboue wch there is a faire long window, wth 4 long lights seuered wth stoneworke, & a crosse diuision* of stone thwart the midst, In the 2 high light are ye pictures of St Cuthbert with St Oswolds head in his right hand, & his crosier staffe in thother, apparrelled as he said Masse, viz an albe & a read westmt aboue it, & St Bede in a blew habitt, vnder there feet in the same highlights are the pictures of 2 Bishops with there crosier staues in there hands kneeling & looking vp vnto thē, in there espiscopall attire & myters, the one vnder St Cuthbt & the other vnder saint Bede.
In the 2 lower lights is the discription of St Cuthbert (vide Cloyster windowes, * H. 44] wth the sun beame shining, vpon his mothers bedd, at his natiuity, & the building of Farne Iland with other pt of his myracles, wth the picture of St Oswold king, blowing his horne, * & the picture of St Cuthbt appearing to ye said saint Oswold, (f. 18) with the draught of the armes of Bishop Langley & others, all in fyne couloured glasse, and aboue all are 4