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V. Dominus conterens bella dominus nomen est illi.

Harl. MS.

5289. \Iste tractus cantețur a duobus in albis similiter et tres fo. 183. sequentes.

oracio.
Deus: cuius antiqua miracula eciam nostris seculis
choruscare sentimus : dum quod uni populo a persecucione
egypcia liberando dextere tue potencia contulisti. id in
salutem gencium per aquam regeneracionis operaris :
presta ut in abrahe filios. et in israeliticam dignitatem.
tocius mundi transseat plenitudo. per.

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leccio iij.
Apprehendent2 septem mulieres spiritu ardoris.
et creabit . . . absconsionem a turbine et a pluuia.

fo. 1837.

Tractus.
UL.

Inea facta est dilecto in cornu in loco uberi.
V. Et maceriam circumdedit et circumfodit et plantauit uineam soreth
et edificauit turriin in medio eius.

V. Et torcular fodit in ea uinea enim domini sabaoth domus israel est.

oracio.
Deusqui nos ad celebrandum paschale sacramentum
utriusque testamenti paginis instruis.4 da nobis intelligere
misericordiam tuam : ut ex percepcione presencium
munerum : firma sit exspectacio futurorum. per.

leccio iiij.
Hecs est hereditas seruorum domini . . . . laborem
uestrum non / in saturitate .

sic erit uerbem meum fo. 184. quod egredi/etur de ore meo. Dicit dominus omnipotens. fo. 1840.

Tractus.
Attende celum et loquar audiat terra uerba ex ore meo.
V. Exspectetur sicut pluuia eloquium meum et descendant sicut ros

uerba mea.

* Missale Ebor. i. 118.
3 Missale Ebor. i. 119.
; Įsaiae liv. 17-lv. 1-11,

2 Isaiae iv. 1-6.
4 imbuisti : Sarum, Ebor,

Harl. MS. V. Sicut ymber super gramina et sicut nix super fenum quia nomen 5289. domini inuocabo.

V. Date magnitudinem' deo nostro deus uerax opera eius et uie eius judicia.

Deus fidelis in quo non est iniquitas iustus et sanctus dominus.

V.

oracio. Deus? qui ecclesiam tuam semper gencium uocacione multiplicas. concede propicius : ut quos aqua baptismatis abluis. continua proteccione tuearis. per.

leccio v. Audi israel 3 mandata uite .. oculorum et pax. fo. 185. / Quis inuenit . . possessionis eius. / ... et Magnus fo. 1857" israel e/lecto suo.

Post hec super terram uisus est : et fo. 186.

cum hominibus conuersatus est.

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Tractus. Sicut ceruus desiderat ad fontes aquarum ita desiderat anima mea ad te deus.

Sitiuit anima mea ad deum uiuum quando ueniam et apparebo ante faciem dei mei.

V. Fuerunt mihi lacrime mee panes die et nocte dum dicitur michi per singulos dies ubi est deus tuus.

oracio. Omnipotens sempiterne deus respice propicius ad deuocionem populi renascentis : qui sicut ceruus aquarum tuarum expetit fontem : et concede propicius ut fidei ipsius sitis baptismatis misterio animam corpusque sanctificet. per.

finita ultima oracione : exeat episcopus sicut intrauit. Cantor uero uocatis ad se tribus uel quatuor fratribus incipiat letaniam in capis. trinos sanctos de quolibet ordine sumentes. Si autem episcopus absens fuerit : cum incipitur letania is qui celebrat cum diacono inuestiat. descendat et deposita casula et stola intret in chorum set prior non

' magnificentiam : Ebor.
? Missale Ebor. i. 119.
3 Baruch iii. 9--38.

incepta letania : fratres accedant ad formas sicut in xij.

Harl. MS.

5289. leccionibus. Ad singula sanctorum nomina chorus inclinet. cantores ad nullum. Cum dixerint / Omnes sancti. exeant fo. 186. omnes qui ad missam sint seruituri. cum dixerint. Accendite. accendantur luminaria. Accendite. tribus uicibus alta uoce pronunciata intret episcopus cum ministris suis sollempniter indutis et clericis suis in capis uel eo absente sacerdos cum ministris suis. et incipiat cantor festiue Kyrieleison

post Kyrieleison incipiatur Gloria in excelsis deo. incensetur altare et pulsentur omnia signa ad Kyrieleison et Gloria in excelsis et Alleluia stet totus conuentus

oracio.

Deus qui hanc sacratissimam noctem.

[DE S. CUTHBERTO] Feria va de caritate officium

Karitas dei diffusa est.

fo. 427

[At end of postcommunion follows] Sed secundum consuetudinem dunelm. ecclesie in omni fo. 428. feria ya uacante per annum exceptis aduentu, lxxa et xla celebratur de sancto cuthberto officium

Statuit ei.

[ feria vi de cruce
sabbato de sancta maria)

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FOLLOWING NOTES.

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Billings.
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B. and I'.
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of the Cathedral Church of Durham. Lond., 1801... Carier. Green well, W., M.A., etc. Durham Cathedral. Durham, 1897

Green well. Hutchinson. History, etc., of Durham. Newcastle, 1785-94

Hutchinson. Lanfranc. Decreta pro ordine S. Benedicti, printed in

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Lanfranc. Legg, J. Wickham, and Hope, W. H. St. John. Inven

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I, pp. 1–3. Written 1593). So also MS. H. 44, and see below, ch. xv, p. 29; also App.

VIII, p. 161. The 9 altars). The eastern transept of Durham Cathedral has received this

name from the nine altars that originally stood in it. There is a similar eastern addition at Fountains Abbey, of somewhat earlier date, called Novem altaria in the Chronicles of the Abbey, but unaccountably termed “The Lady Chapel" in the earlier editions of Walbran's Guide. Each of the nine altars at Durham, save that of St. Michael, had a dedication in honour of two saints, as stated in the

In connexion with the building, see App. VI, particularly Nos. I, II, p. 148. Five of the altars were dedicated 16 Kal. Jul. (June 16),

1253, No. viii, p. 151. front or highest part]. The eastern wall of the “Nine Altars," on the

internal face of which may still be seen the string-course rising from the bases of the vaulting-shafts to the tops of the altars.— Billings, Pl. xvii, xx, lxiv, Ixvii. The expression “ in fronte " is used in the same way as it is here, in Indulgences, Nos. VIII, XVIII, XXXi, App. VI, pp.

151, 153, 154• the altar of St John Baptist & St Margarett). A missal that belonged to

this altar still exists (MS. Harl. 5289 ; see App. XI, p. 172). In it is an inventory of the goods belonging to the altar, which may give an idea as to what the others had. See Appendix X, p. 171. This altar and that of St. Andrew and St. Mary Magdalene were dedicated 7 Kal. Jan. (St. Stephen's Day), 1274 ; see Indulgence No.

XXXi, App. VI, p. 154. an Ambry set). The expression points to a wooden construction ; there

is no recess in the wall at this point, but the stone bench has been cut away. For other wooden almeries not enclosed in walls, see chapters II, XVII, XXII, XXXIX, XL. There must have been many such almeries in all churches, and some few have remained, as those at Selby, which are on the north side of the high altar. These have vertical sliding doors ; there is also a long almery, with a hinged door, for the abbot's crosier or for the processional cross. In the small vestry behind Bishop Fox's altar in his chapel at Winchester are small almeries or cupboards, the fronts of which are ornamented with the linen pattern. Behind the high altar of the same church is the base of a long, narrow cupboard entered by a door at either end. It is of stone, 16 ft. 9 ins. long, and i ft. 10 ins. deep, and was evidently a relic-cupboard with grates in front like one in the north transept at Gloucester. On the relic-cupboard formerly at Canterbury, see L. and H., 37, 39, 82. On the almeries formerly in the

Galilee, see below. Singing-breads). The wafer-bread used in the celebration of mass, which

was commonly sung, though often said. This bread was made in thin, coin-like, round cakes like what are now used, with some sacred symbol impressed upon each one. They were carefully dried, rather

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