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Battle, St. Cuthbert's banner taken

to, 26, 95, 216.
Battle of Durham, 6, 198 ; of the

Standard, 128, 293.
Baudekin, red, 211.
Bauderick and busk-board, 279.
Bayeux (Baiocæ), 133.
Bayle, Hen., 146.
Baytes, George, see Bates.
Beans, 281.
Beare, 65, bier, feretory.
Bearpark, 29, 145, 146, 214*, 218*,

239.
Beating the bounds, 287.
Beauchamp, arms of, 255.
Beaulieu, frater pulpit at, 260.
Beaumont, Lewis bishop, 14, 59,

206, 243, 245 ; brass of, 320 ; ib.,

verses on, 15, 207*.
Beaurepaire, see Bearpark.

Bec, 127

of a mayor and twelve aldermen

in 1602.
Baley, South, see Bailey.
Ball and cross in hand of St. Oswald,

117, 119.
Ballivus de Billingham, 145; de

Shells, 145
Balmerino, Records of, 197.
Bamburgh, 149.
Banner of St. Cuthbert, described,

26, 94, 95; of king of Scots, 95*,

277.
Banners, 6, 25; defaced, 7; of

occupations, 107, 108*, 288.
Banner cloth, corporax used as, 23.
Banner-staff, 96, 277.
Banquet, a olemn, 89, 270.
Baptistery, lavatory so called, 261.
Bar, Count of, 228.
Barbara, St., 117.
Barbara, de S., bishop, 55, 240, 241.
Barber, 145; bed of dead man due to,

52, 53 ; his duties and perquisites

at a death, 51, 52, 53, 237.
Bardnay, 125; Bardney in Lincoln-

shire.
Barefoot pilgrimage, 137.
Baring-Gould, Lives of Saints, 234.
Barlaam, 125, 292:
Barlow, Tho., bishop of Lincoln, 297.
Barnabas, St., 283.
Barnabe Googe, 287.
Barnard, Pet., 144.
Barnard Castle, Richard of, 45, 234.
Barnes, Mr. Jo., 61.
Barngreiff, 145, 294.
Barrington, Lord, 160.
Barry, a chamber, 281.
Bartholomeus (Lugd. Archiep.), 128.
Bartholomew, St., 117.
Bartle, Tho., 165, 166*.
Barwick, Dean, 164.
Base of column cut away for altar,
226;

cut away for holy-water
stone, 223; cut off for a “porch,”
224 ; moulded, of holy-water

stone, 224, 226.
Basil, S., 126.
Basin or Bason, with light before

the Sacrament, 14; for Maundy,

78.
Basons, 9, 10, 13, 14, 200, 201, 202,

of latten, within the silver
ones, 14; and ewers of latten,
Basset, arms of, 255.
Bates, Geo., xiv, 78, 94*.
Bath, bishops, see Burnell.
Batmanson, Ric., 146.
Battenhall, 261.

Beck, Antony, bishop, 2, 72, 156,

243, 244 ; first bishop buried
within the church, 58 ; tombstone

of, 194.
Bedding, 97.
Bede or Bæda, the Ven. or St., 109,

114, 117, 118*, 129, 134, 149, 169,
247*, 270 ; altar, relics, shrine,
and tomb of, 44, 45, 46, 225, 233,
235, 286; bell of, 165, 166* ; bones
of, interred where his shrine had
been, 103, 286 ; compilation from,
293 ; epitaph on, 46, 235 ; exposi-
tions from, 208 ; a famed book-
man, 234 ; his Historia Abbatum,
293 ; his Historia Ecclesiastica or
De Gestis Anglorum, 50, 126, 128,
131*, 132, 133*, 136*, 139, 228,
236*, 282, 304 ; Historical Works
of, ed. Smith, 160, 197, 276; history
and legends concerning title of,
234 ; Homilies of, 234 ; inscription
on later tomb of, 235 ; narrative
based on, 250 ; notice of, 136 ; his
Opera Historica, 293 ; picture of,
in glass, 48 ; "picture" of, in a
mazer, 80 ; relics of, 136 ; shrine
of, 96, 103, 141, 154, 197, 277, 286 ;
do., Camden's story about, 235 ;
do., carried in processions, 105,
106 ; do., defaced, 103, 286 ; do.,
marble stones from, 103, 286, 287 ;
tributes to,

235 ; his Vita S.
Benedicti Biscop, ?35, 293 ; his
Vita S. Cuthberti, 35, 48, 140, 223,

236, 290, 292, 304 ; works of, 136.
Bede's Bowl, 8o.
Bedfordshire stone, 198.
Bedlington bought by bishop Cut-

heard, 143.

206 ;

81*.

Betti, 133.

121.

Beef, 99; and salt fish, steeped in

holy-water stones, 61.
Bees, the work of, 173, 174.
Beheading of martyrs, 119, 120*,
Bek, V., 296.
Belfry, the Galilee, 38, 39, 166;

the great, 39, 165, 166.
Bell for Chapter Mass, 98 ; chipping

of a, 165; a gilden, in frater, 82,
260 ; of laver, 82, 262; little,
silver gilt, 171 ; long narrow one,
165*, 166; one, on Ash Wednes-
day, 175 ; for the Salve, 86; for

Terce, 179.
Bells, 22, 39, 40, 165-167, 224 ; of

St. Cuthbert's bavner, 26*, 216 ;
all rung on Easter Even, 191 ;
eight, 93; inscriptions on, 166,
167 ; mending of, 98 ; recast, 165,
166, 167; ringing of, 52 ; silver,

on ropes of shrine-cover, 4.
Bell-ringers, 38*.
Bell-ringing ceased

at the Sup-
pression, 39.
Bell-strings, 98.
Bell, Prior, 213, 283.
Bellett, his translation of Pelliccia,

Beverley, church of, 137; Percy

Shrine" at, 347 ; round window

at, 195 ; sanctuary at, 226, 227.
Bible, Genevan, 216 ; great French,

246 ; in frater, 82.
Bible and Crown, xvii.
Bier for St. Cuthbert's body, 65.
Bilfrith, anchorite, 248.
Billingham, 137 ; ballivus de, 145;

barngreiff de, 145:
Billings, County of Durham, 253* ;

Durham Cathedral, Notes passim.
Bishop, bells rung for, 39, 224 ; his

blessing asked for, 182, 187;
clerks of, 188, 191 ; duties of, on
Easter Even, 187-191; or deputy,
duties of on special occasions,
172, 175, 179; on Easter Even,
187, 190, 191 ; French, story of,
235; Register of, 164; seat (throne)
of, 19; seat of, in chapter-house,
238 ; solemnly vested, 188, 191 ;

unknown, 121.
Bishops, figures of, 212* ; four,

pictures of, 119; funerals of,
57, 243, 244, ; images of, and
inscriptions, at quire door, 139-
143 ; kneeling, 118; names of,
129; of Durham, at first buried
in chapter-house, 54, 55, 56, 57 ;
met at their funerals by Prior and
mouks, 57 ; their names on stones
in chapter-house, 54, 55, 240-
242 ; notices of, 240 ; Durham

and other, see under their names.
Bishopric, chief men of, 259 ; laws

202.

manor

of, 293•

Bellus Locus, 157, a

in
Westmoreland belonging to the

bishops of Carlisle.
Bench, stone, in frater, 80, 257 ;

do., for Maundy, 79*, 257.
Benedict, St., 112, 124* ; bell of,

167; Order of, 67, 72, 113, 124,
290 ; Rule of, 260, 263, 267*, 268,

269, 271, 275, 279, 280.
Benedictines, 267 ; black habit of,

289.
Benedictio salis et aquæ, 213, 224,

302*.
Benedictus Biscopp, S., 134, 136.
Benefactors, pictures of, 20, 21, 212;

prayers for, 98*.
Benet, Tho., 145.
Bennett, Mr., 100, 282 ; Rob., 99,

280, 282.
Bennett, St. (Benedict).
Benson, Dr., 272.
Bentley, Ric., 147.
Berington, Rob., Prior, 23, 213, 287;

first obtained mitre and staff, 53.
Bernicia, 138.
Bernicii, 132, 133, 142.
Bertrani, arms of, 255.
Bertram, Prior, 255.
Berwick, 149 ; Sparke, bishop suf-

fragan of, 224, 225, 282, 288.
Beryl, crosses of, 355 ; fire struck

from, 201.

Bishopric Garland, 299.
Bishop, Mr. Edm., 248.
Bishop Auckland, 243*.
Bishop Middleham, 243*.
Bishopwearmouth, 256.
Bithynia, 131.
Bituricæ (Bourges), 128*.
Black Book of Lincoln, 203.
Black habit, 118.
Black Rood of Scotland, 18, 19, 25,

215, 303.
Black Roods, the two, 215, 216, 287.
Blades, Geo., 163.
Blanchland (Alba Landa), 149.
Bland, Geo., Archdeacon of North-

umberland, 159.
Bleeding, 270.
Bleeding-house, 270.
Blessing of palms and branches,

180 ; of salt and holy water, 172,

179, 182.

Blessings asked for, 182, 187*.

Blewe marble, the blue-grey lime- ! Book, “my other” (H. 45), 54.

stone from Weardale and Tees Booke, “my 'ould,” 21; see Gospels.
dale.

Books brought from Rome, 135 ; in
Blind, St. Paul struck, 121.

carrells, 83; of evidence, 78;
Blodius, 171, blue.

kept in Treasury, 263 ; mentioned
Blood, waves turned into, 65, 70, in Rites, list of, 304; serving for
247:

pax, 9, 200.
Bloody hands and face, 112.

Book covers, pictures on, 8, 200.
Blount, Glossographia, 320.

Bookcases, marks of, 262.
Bloxam, Gothic Architecture, 205, Boots, 97 ; and socks, put on the
208, 246.

dead, 51, 52, 237.
Blue armour of St. George, 116, Boss, an enlarged part of the shaft
290.

of the paschal candlestick, 10; of
Blue bed holden over grave, 52, 53,

that of Neville's Cross, 27, 28.
238.

Bosses, on holy-water stones, 60.
Blue cross, 222.

Bough Church, 71, 251.
Blue glass represented black, 236; Boulby's office, 169.
habit of St. Bede, 48, 118* ; of St. Bound Rood, altar of, 41, 226, 303,

Helena, 122 ; of Our Lady, 119. 3o3n.
Blue habits, monks in, 109, 111, Bourges (Bituricæ), 128*.

112*, 113*, 114, 115, 117, 120, Bouyer, Mr., 159.
289.

Bow Church, 71, 104, 105, 246, 251,
Blue marble, 35, 37, 38* ; cross of, 287 ; bell cast in, 167.
35, 222 ; grave stones of, 61, 246.

Bow Church end, 105.
Blue painting with gilded stars, 38, Bow Lane, 170, 288.

40 ; velvet, robe of, 106* ; vest Bowcer, 99, the Bursar.
ment of St. Martin, 120.

Bowe Church, 105, 287 ; see Bough.
Blue, see Blewe.

Bowes, arms of, 255.
Blythman, Mr., 102, 284.

Bowes, Dr. J., 159*.
Boarded floor, for warmuess, 62. Bowet, archbishop, arms of, 255 ;
Boarding on walls, 62.

shrine" of, 347.
Bodleian Library, xi; glass at, 289. Bowing to the Blessed Sacrament, 8.
Bodley's Librarian, 297.

Bowling alley, 88, 270.
Body, Dr., 296.

Bowman, Tho., 146.
Boisil, abbot, 64, 234.

Bowter, 146, 294.
Boisilus, S., 136.

Bowyer, Mr. Rob., 248.
Bollandists, 291.

Boy bringing holy water, 205.
Bologna (Bononia), 130.

Boys' room, 169, 213.
Bolton, 149, 290.

Boyle's Durham, 215.
Bolton, altar of the (or Our) Lady Bradshaw, H., Society, 203*, 246,
of, 113, 290.

277, 278, 279, 301.
Bolton, estate at, 219; Our Lady of, Bradshaw and Wordsworth, their
113.

edition of Lincoln Statutes, 200,
Bona, Rerum Liturgicarum, lib. II, 202, 203, 220.
279.

Brancepeth, canopies at, 221; Geo-
Bondington, Will. de, bishop of metrical tracery at, 221, 231.
Glasgow, 153

Branches and flowers, in stone, 33.
Bones, disposal of, 245 ; thrown into Branckes field (Branxton, Flodden),
vault, 59; see Charnell-house.

95*, 277
Bonifacius, S., 126.

Brand, Popular Antiquities, 255,
Bonny, Mr., 100, 282.

287.
“Bonny Rood," 41, 226.

Brandishing, 5, 197.
Bononia (Bologna), 130.

Brantingham, 243.
Book of benefactors, 16, 208; Brantyngham, Tho. de, bishop of

chained to altar, 208; of coming Exeter, 282.
of St. Cuthbert into Scotland, 35, Brass, of Beaumont, 15, 206, 320 ;
223 ; of Epistles and Gospels, 8, Berington, 23; Brimley, 162; Burn-
200, 304 ; in hand of S. J. B., 113; by, 34, 222 ; Castell, 34, 222 ; de
in hand of W. Drax, 118; of Bury, 2 ; Rob. Ebchester, 30, 219;
jewels, ornaments, relics, etc., 17, W. Ebchester, 30, 219; Fossour,
208, 304.

29; Hemmingbrough, 30, 210:

Burials, ringing at, 166*.
Burnby, John, Prior, 34, 53, 222.
Burnell, Rob., bishop of Bath, 155.
Bursar, 99, 101, 264, 275, 280, 284.
Bursarii gromus, 146.
Bursar's chamber, 99 ; checker, 99*,

280, 284.
Bursars' Books, xix, 280 ; Rolls, 280.
Burton, Three Primers, 222.
Burton and Raine, Hemingbrough,

219.
Bury St. Edmunds, candlestick at,

202 ; great O pittance at, 270 ;

shrine at, 196.
Bury, Ric. de, bishop, 2, 59, 157,
242, 243, 245 ; tombstone of, 2,

194
Burying of monks, 51, 52, 237 ; of

priors, 52.
Busby, Rob., 146.
Busk-board, 279.
Buttery, 87, 91, 259, 269, a place for

butts ; see N. E, D. ; of Stephen

Marley, 91.
Buttresses, of steeple, 93.
Byland, Galilee at, 230.
Byzantine drawings, 248.

Neville, 225 ; Rackett, 60, 246 ;

Skirlawe, 18; Washington, 22, 213.
Brasses, defaced by dean Whitting-

ham, 60, 246 ; niches on, 320 ; on
outdoor tombs, 246 ; of de Insula

and Kellow, 55, 242.
Brathwaite, Theoph., x, xi, xvii.
Brattishing, 5, 40, 197.
Braybroke, Rob. de, bishop of

London, 285.
Bread for altar use, 97, 278 ; do., at

Maundy, 78, 79.
Breakspear, Nich., 344.
Brechin (Breynensis), bishops of,

see Albinus, William.
Bregwinus, S., 128.
Brendanus, S., 135 ; day of, 288.
Brereton, Sir W., Travels, 355.
Breviary, Benedictine, 207* ; Roman,

207, 267, 287, 289, 290 ; Sarum,
205, 208, 270, 287, 291 ; York, 208,

270, 283, 287, 290, 291.
Breviaries, English, 267, 289; medi-

æval, 204, 234.
Brewen, one, 14.
Brewer (pandoxator), 145.
Brewhouse, men of, 39.
Breynensis, 151, 295.
Bridge, King David's, 214.
Bridle in tree, 65, 70.
Bridlington, shrine at, 284.
Brinley or Brimleis, John, 43, 161,

231, 247, 297 ; epitaph of, 231 ;

music by, 231.
Brinkburn, 119.
Bristol, Jesus anthem at, 221.
Brithwoldus, S., 132.
British Museum, 223, 276, 301 ;

Library oi, 248 ; see Manuscripts.
Brittany, charnels in, 315; stone

circles in, 262.
Brockett, Glossary, 207.
Broking, Toby, 298.
Brome, his edition of Somner, 297.
Brough Hall, xii.
Browell, Joh., 144.
Brown, Chr., 147 ; Edw., 146;

Henry, 101, 145 ; Nich., 145 ;

Will., 162, 298 ; Rev. W., 285.
Browney, river, 214*, 218.
Bruce, see David ; Lieut.-Col., 163.
Brunswick, candlestick at, 202.
Bukley, Joh., 144.
Bull's head, 6, 27, 112, 217, 221 ;

having no scutcheon, 27.
Bulmer, Will., 144.
Burford, vestry altar at, 212.
Burges, Rob., 144.
Burgh (Peterborough), 130.
Burial in unconsecrated ground,

241 ; of prior, the first within
abbey church, 29, 218.

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Camden, Britannia, 169, 303n. ; his
story of Bede, in

* Remaines,"
235.
Camden Society, Abingdon Account

rolls, 246; Chronicle of Grey
Friars, 245 ; Letters on Suppres-
sion, 284; Machyn's Diary, 203 ;

Miscellanies, 217, 265.
Cameræ gromus, 146.
Camerarius, 145, 146.
Campbell, Ja., Balmerino, etc., 197.
Cancellaria, 263.
Candelabra of latten, 171*.
Candida Casa, 151, 295.
Candida Casa, bishops of, ix.
Candles, blessing of, 172, 173;

carried, not lighted, 187; distribu-
tion of, 174; lighting of, at

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Candlemas, 174 ; on Easter Even,
186, 187 ; three, burning

tinually, 14.
Candle-bearer, 179.
Candlemas, ceremonial of, 173-175,

203, 340.
Candlestick, one, on altar, 201.
Candlestick, the seven, 11, 203 ; see

Paschal.
Candlesticks, 9, 10, 201.
Candlesticks, iron, 6.
Candlestick metal, 1o, II.
Candlesticks, two on altar, 201.
Canonical penance, 295.
Canons displaced, 67, 72 ; minor,

278; Regular, 124; do. of Holy-

rood, 25:
Canopy for Blessed Sacrament, 8,

199; of purple velvet, 13.
Canopies over altars, 194.
Canterbury, 126, 127*, 128*, 131*, 133,

259; Archbishops, see Alphege,
Cranmer, Cuthbertus, Edmund,
Lanfranc, Parker, Peckham,
Sancroft, Stratford, Theodore,
Thomas Becket ; book-cover
at, 200 ;

candlestick at,
canonical subjection to, 128 ;
carrels at, 262; cellarer's domain
at, 280 ; hall at, 272, 280 ; choir-
screen at, 212; college of, in
Oxford, 278; deportum at, 268 ;
glass at, 202 ; guest hall at, 280 ;
infirmary at, 270* ; lavatories at,
261 ; maundy bench at, 257 ;
monastery of St. Peter at, 134 ;
nine-holes at, 277 ; north hall at,
261, 280 ; novices' outfits at, 277 ;
prior's hall at, 273 ; processional
lines at, 303n. ; relic-aumbry, 193,
279; rere-dorter at, 266*; Si.
Andrew's chapel at, 212; St.
Augustine's, 278; do., candlestick
at, 202 ; do., children of the
almery at, 273 ; shrine at, 196*,
198; third dormitory at, 266;
throne, 279 ; water supply of, 261.
Cantor, 144, 182, 187, 190, 275 ;

begins Kyrie, etc., 191.
Canute, king, 20,

founded
churches where he had fought,

137.
Capgrave, John, 293 ; see Nova

Legenda.
Cappadocia, 126.
Capuchin friars, dead bodies of, 285.
Cardinal's hat, 112.
Carham, 223.
Carilef, St., 133 ; excluded women,

134, 228 ; mass of, 251.

Carilef, Will. de St., bishop, 55, 56,

67, 72, 74, 138, 240*, 241, 242, 243,
250, 257; acts of, 140; death of,
73; intended to make a Dun Cow,
74, 254 ; may have instituted com-
memoration of St. Carilef, 251 ;
perhaps identified, wrongly, with
St. Carilef, 252 ; said to have
been canonized, 72, 251 ; said to
have made tomb in cloister, 251 ;

statue of, 93.
Carlisle (Lucubalia), 138, 227.
Carlisle, bishops of, see Everdon,

Kirkeby, Mauclerk, Nicolson.
Carol, an enclosure, 262.
Carpenters, 145.
Carrells, 83, 262, 304.
Carter (gromus, bis), 146 ; (valect.),

145.
Carter, John, 303n. ; drawings by,

211, 230*, 238 ; plan by, of Dur-
ham Cathedral, xx, 211, 212, 213,
230, 238, 242, 252, 256, 259, 269,
270*, 271, 281 ; plans, etc., of St.
Albans, 209; plates by, 227*, 243,
245, 251, 274, 289, 323 ; portrait

by, of old verger, 200.
Cartwright, J. J., Chapters in Hist.

of Yorkshire, 294.
Carver, 144.
Casagaia (near Le Mans), 133.
Casement, 115, 290.
Casket, silver, for bones of Ven.

Bede, 73.
Cassianus, Johannes, S., 134.
Cassiodorus, 135.
Castell, Prior, 34, 54, 80, 210, 220,

221, 222, 257 ; renewed Doctors'
window, 31 ; represented in win-

dow, 31.
Castle of Durham, chests at, 264 ;

Fox's work at, 199; Henry VI at,
123; Norman keep of, 259 ; oil-
painting at, 266 ; Pudsey's work

at, 141.
Castle in hand of St. Barbara, 117.
Castle Acre, fireplace at, 194 ;

kitchen lobby at, 259 ; rere-dorter

202 ;

at, 266*.

21;

Castleford, 341.
Catalogi Veteres, 220*, 260, 263*,

264, 293.
Catalogue of Sculptured Stones, 247,

285.
Catanensis, 152, 295.
Catechism, Exposition of, ix.
Cater (gromus, bis), 146.
Catholic people, 123.
Catlynson, Ric., 146.
Cator, 145, 294.
Catterick, xii.

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