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Caxton's Pie, 224.
Ceadda, S., 121.
Cedda, S., bishop of Lichfield, pre-

viously bishop of York, 129, 133 ;
ordained bishop, 142 ; represented

in glass, 50.
Celestinus V, pope, 125.
Cellar, 81*, 86, 87, 259, 260, 268,

280 ; (explained p. 280); keys of,
94 ; yeoman of, 94 ; the great, 82,
87, 259, 260, 265, 269, 270 ; the

lesser, 260, 269; of guest-hall, 90.
Cellar door, 80, 93, 258.
Cellarage under prebendal house,

296.
Cellarer, 99, 145, 272, 275*, 280, 281 ;

(explained p. 280); two gromi of,

146.
Cellarer's chamber, 99; checker, ib.,

280 ; hall, 265 ; do., at Canter-

bury, 272.
Celtic monks at Ripon, 236.
Cemetery, 218.
Cemetery Garth (see Centory

Garth).
Cenomanum (Le Mans), 133.
Censers, 9, 15, 22, 201 ; see Thurible.
Censing, 12*, 15, 107, 188, 288.
Censor, 302.
Centory garth, 1, 29, 52, 53*, 59, 60,

62, 63, 68, 75, 87, 218, 269; the
cemetery garth ; effaced, 60 ;

praying in, 87, 269.
Centry garth, various forms of name,

245.
Ceolwulphus Rex Northanhimbr.,

126.
Ceolwlfius, Rex, becomes monk,

his relics, 139.
Cereus Paschalis, 188, 301.
Cestria in Strata (Chester-le-Street),

142.
Chains for basins, 14* ; for censers,

9.
Chains, sitting in, 89.
Chair, of stone, in chapter-house,

56, 211, 242, 243 ; of wood, in
chapter-house, 56, 243; do., of

nineteenth-century bishops, 243.
Chair organ, 299.
Chalcedony, crosses of, 355.
Chalice in hand of St. John the

Evangelist, 111, 116.
Chalice of wax, 52, 53; gilt, 57,

238 ; silver, etc., 244.
Chalices, 9, 13, 23, 32, 98, 201 ; for

burial, 52, 53, 57, 239 ; wrought

upon tombstones, 6o.
Chamber, great, of Prior, 90 ; of

master of ferınery, 89, 270 ; for
midnight bell-ringer, 40, 226; in

north alley of quire, 22, 213; of

revestry, 22, 213.
Chambers in dorter, floors and

windows of, 85, 266 ; belonging to
guest-hall, 90, 272 ; two, over

north door, 41, 227.
Chamberlain, 97, 100, 145, 275, 282 ;

his chamber, 100, and checker,
100, 159, 282, 296.
Chamberlain, see Camerarius.
Chamberlains' rolls, 282.
Chambre, Will. de, 213, 218, 219*,

222*, 235, 239, 269.
Champnay, Joh., 145.
Chancellor, arms of, 255.
Chancellor, spiritual, 252.
Changeable suits, 9; sets of vest-

ments changed to suit different

occasions.
Chantry of blue marble, 43, 44, 230,

231.
Chantry priest, to say mass at altar

of Our Lady of Pity, 44.
Chantries, of bishop Langley, 49.
Chapel, St. Andrew's, 51, 52, 237.
Chapel or church of wands, 66, 71,

249, 251.
Chapel Field, at Kimblesworth, 274.
Chaplain's chamber and checker,

101, 284.
Chapter, daily proceedings in, 279.
Chapter Acts, 298*, 299, 300*, 340.
Chapter-house, 31, 52, 59, 73, 238,

240, 263, 265, 267, 303 ; bishop's
and prior's seats in, 56, 211, 242,
243 ; corpses taken to, 52, 53 ;
demolition of, 241 ; meeting in,
for prayer, etc., 5 to 6 p.m., 86,

267 ; prayers in, 98, 279.
Chapter mass, 98, 280 ; offices, 296 ;

seal, 83, 84*, 263*.
Charette, 57, 244 ; here the funeral

car on which the body was borne.
Chargeable, burdensome, 96.
Chariot, etc., of deceased bishop due

to Prior and monks, 57, 244 ; (of

St. Cuthbert) unmoveable, 66, 71.
Charles I, xi, 11, 97, 278, 284, 298 ;

II, 165 ; V, tomb of, 202.
Charley cross, 227.
Charnell-house, 59, 245, 246. It

might have been mentioned in the
note that many of the bones in
Ripon Bone-house probably came
from the churchyard when the
aisles

built. See
Memorials of Ripon, III, Index
under Bones. On the charnel
and chapel

at Norwich,
Murray's Cathedrals, Norwich,
143. În Rome and elsewhere it is

new

were

see

new

like, 90.

at

of, 143

usual, when a church is rebuilt, to
place disturbed bones together in
a place called Polyandrum, under
the

building For the
Polyandrum that was made in
1545 in the new St. Peter's at
Rome, and its inscription, see
Aringhi, Roma Subterranea, 1659,
p: 155 ; also Du Cange under
Polyandrum. But it is perhaps in
Brittany that charnel-houses have
received the fullest development.
See Viollet le Duc, Dict. de l'Archi-
tecture, vi, 449, under Ossuaire.
Charter-house, water supply of, 261.
Chasuble, 190, 221, 243.
Cherubim, 122, 292.
Chest, covered with hides, 285 ; at

Durham Castle, 285 ; iron-bound,
102, 284, 285 ; a new one, 284,
285; the first for St. Cuthbert's
body, 70 ; see Coffin, Cuthbert.
Chests in Treasury, 84, 263, 264 ;

(coffins), 239.
Chester, carrels at, 262 ; frater

pulpit at, 260.
Chester-le-Street (Cestria in Strata),

Conkcestria, 65, 70, 71, 142, 143 ;

bishops of, ix; Cutheard, bishop
Cheston, M., 144.
Chetham Society, 355.
Chichester, nine-holes at, 277 ;

paintings at, 212; pulpit in Vicar's
hall at, 260; shrine of St. Richard

at, 284.
Children of the Almery, 62, 91*,

247, 273 ; at the Maundy, 79, 257 ;

of the quire, 62.
Chillenden, Prior of Canterbury, 280.
Chilton pool, 28, 217.
Chime, a goodly, 39, 40, 225.
Chime-barrel, 225.
Choir, see Quire.
Choir-school, 233, 296.
Choristers, 34, 43, 231, 298 ; master

of, 43, 231, 298 ; vestry of, 263.
Christ, anointing of, 112 ; anointing
and visiting sick, 120 ;

as He
ascended and rose, 112 ; baptism
of, 120 ; on breast of the Father,
111, 114, 290 ; censed by angels,
116; crucified, 109, 114, 117* ;
figure of, on St. Cuthbert's coffin,
285; on the Cross, 111, 114, 290 ;
on the Cross in arms of Nicodemus,
112 ; death, burial, resurrection,
and ascension of, in glass, 51 ;
picture of, 119; do., with Mary
and John, in frater, 80 ; seated on
rainbow, 5; on shoulder of St.

Christopher, 110, 113, 289; story

of, 121, 122.
Christopher, St., 110, 113, 289, 290.
Christus resurgens, 12, 205.
Chronicle of Grey Friars, 245 ; of

Lanercost, 215.
Chrysostom, St., 126.
Church, body of, Guest-hall much
Church, Bow, 166, 167; Cathedral,

east end of, ruinous, 148, 150, 151 ;
laying first three stones of, 55, 56,
241 ; Lindisfarne, built by
Finan and consecrated by Theo-

dore, 133.
Churches, procession of all the, 107.
Churchyard, of Cathedral,

169 ;
house, garden, and wall in, 164,
165; processions through, 105 ;

a Sanctuary, 41.
Church Fenton, 341.
Cicero, 263,
Ciffene, 347
Circæ or Circuinitores, 267, 275.
Circuit of processions, 105, 106.
Cissor under Chamberlain, 283.
Cistercians, lay-folks' infirmary of,

274.
Cistercian Consuetudines, 255, 302 ;

retrochorus, 221 ; statutes, 278.
City, procession in, 107, 108, 288.
Clarendon Press, 293.
Claret, 281.
Clark, Rob., 90.
Clarke, Cha., 299.
Clasps, of doors, 33.
Claustrarius (gromus), 146.
Cleaning of church, 98.
Clement, bishop of Dunblane, 150*,

152.
Clerk of the Covent, 91, 274 ; of the

Covie, 92, 274:
Clerks blamed for murder of bishop

Walcher, and removed, 140, 141.
Clerks' chamber, 281.
Clericus bursarii, 144; capellæ, 144;

supprioris, 144.
Clerici Valecti, 144.
Clerk, Joh., 144.
Clerke, Joh., 146.
Cliffe, George, 221.
Clifford, arms of, 255.
Clifton, All Saints Parish Magazine,

220, 222.
Clock, 31, 78, 168, 220, 301 ; de-

stroyed, 220, 221 ; in Loft behind

Rood, 34, 221.
Clock door, 114.
Clock and Chime, 40.
Cloister or Cloisters, 63-88, 97, 114,

165, 179, 247-270 ; arms in, 77,

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169, 254, 255; choristers taught first, 265; (Westminster), chapel
in song-school in, 298* ; Common on east side of, 270.
House in, 88; Dorter in, 85; East Commons, House of, 248.
alley in, 75, 254 ; historical re Commonalty of Durham damage
lation connected with, 63, 69; key banner, 288.
of, 94; Loft in, 86; Maundy Commoner, the, 270 ; his chamber
Thursday in, 77 ; North alley in, and checker, 101, 283 ; rolls of,
83, 262 ; novices' seats in, 84* ; 283.
porter of, 94 ; privies near, 86; pro Communiarii gromus, 146.
cessions through, 105, 303 ; rolls Communion-tables, made of sepul-
of expenses of, 254; St. Cuthbert's

chres, 205:
tomb in, 68, 74, 141 ; South alley Comper, J. N., 201.
in, 78, 257 ; Treasury in, 83, 84* ; | Compline, 221, 256, 257, 267, 268*.
West alley in, 83, 263.

Concordia Regularis, 269.
Cloister door, eastern, 40 ; porter Conduit, 82, 100, 261, 266; in dean's
at, 79.

kitchen, 61.
Cloister doors, 93; garth, 83 ; Conduit door, 82.

lavers, xx, xxi, 82, 261, 262 ; Conduits or spouts of brass, 82, 261.
towels, 262 ; windows, 118, 291.

Confirmation, 224.
Clokmylne, 217.

Confirmation of pontifical insignia
Cloth, for pix, 8, 199.

to the Priors of Durham, 213.
Clothes-bag, 277.

Conformity by compulsion, 231.
Cluny, Prior of, 125.

Conkcestria (Chester-le-Street),
Cnut, gave candlestick, 202.

143*.
Coal garth, 99, 280.

Connor, bishops, see Dunath, Peter
Coal house, 280.

of ; John ; Newcastle, Isaac of ;
Cocks of brass, 82, 261.

Port Royal, William of.
Cocks, embroidered on vestment, Conrad, gave candlestick, 202.
171.

Consecration of priests, 19, 212.
Cocks, A. H., Church Bells of Consistory, 73, 161, 167, 252 ; ori-
Bucks., 300.

ginally a "standing-place
Coco nuts, 276.

* meeting-place,” hence a court.
Cocus (gromus), 145 ;

lardariæ Consitt, Provost, Life of St. Cuth-
carnium, 149.

bert, 216.
Coenredus Rex Merciorum, 125. Constantinople, 126.
Coffin, golden, 46, 235 ; wood, car-

Consuetudinary of Westminster,
ved, of St. Cuthberi, 70, 247, 285. 278 ; of Winchester, 283.
Coffins, of bishops, 57 ; of priors, 53 ; Convent, meeting of, in Chapter,
wooden, 239.

279.
Coldingham, 139*, 149, 213; dis Conversion of St. Paul, 121.

orders at, 223, 228 ; prior of, 118, Conveyance through roof, 11, 203.
291.

Cook, supplied cressets, 85.
Coldingham, Geoff. de, 229*, 269. Cope, 172, 180, 185, 187, 188, 221.
Cole garth, 99, 280.

Copes, 22 ; given to St. Cuthbert,
Colgan, Trias Thaumaturga, 254. 106* ; rich, 105, 106.
Collationes, 267.

Coquet, river, 251.
Collation at Winchester, 283.

Cord for hanging pix, 199; to let
Cologne, kings of, 47.

down meat, 89.
Coloured borders, 109*, 289.

Cords, of silk, for pix, 8.
Columba, S., 135 ; Life of, 249. Corn, 1oo.
Columbanus, S., 135.

Cornforth, Geo., 115.
Column cut a way for reredos, 223.

Cornhill Magazine, 195.
Commissary of Archdeaconry, 147. Coronet, palatinate, 291 ;
Commissioners for defacing orna Corporax of St. Cuthbert, 23, 95,
ments, 69, 108, 251, 284*, 285.

214 ; placed in banner, 26, 95.
Commodities, 69, 75; advantages, Corporax cases, 214.

benefits, profits, interests; “often Corpus Christi Day, 95; procession
in the sense of private or selfish

on, 106, 288.
interest.”—N.E.D.

Corpus Christi shrine, 69, 251 ;
Common House, 88, 101, 265, 270, carried in procession, 107.

283, 303 ; Benedictine, 270 ; the Corsaint, 247.

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Corsse, 52, corpse. The “ corsaint," hand of Prior of Coldingham, 118,
i.e. St. Cuthbert's body,

291 ; (crutch), silver gilt, 105, 287.
invested with a living personality. Cross, a cross-piece, 35, 222.
Metr. Life, l. 2. In like manner Cross, annexed to bishops' names,
people will now speak of a corpse 54, 240–242 ; on banner-staff, 26,
in a coffin as “Mrs. R.,” and talk 95, 277 ; of blue marble, 34, 35,
about “the corpse's brother" 222 ;

on breast of St. Oswald,
having been at a funeral. So 115; Charley, 227; in hand of

here, the dead corsses feet.”. S. J. B., 120 ; in hand of St.
Corwen, 37, 223.

Oswald, 49; the Leaden, 227 ;
Cosin, John, bishop, ix, xiii, xixn., of wood, at Maid's Bower, set
163, 233, 264, 299.

up and afterwards destroyed, 29,
Cosin MS., B. II. 2, ix, x, xiv, xvi, 217, 218; Neville's (the stone

xvii, xix ; transposition in, 273. cross), 227; an earlier one, 217;
Cosin's Correspondence, 199, 209, described, 27. 217; destroyed,

278, 299, 355; Library, ix, xiv, xviii. 28, 165 ; Neville's, why so named,
Cospatrick, earl, 239.

28; the Nevilles' (their saltire),
Cotton, Sir Rob., 248.

6, 27, 30, 112; Philipson's, 227 ;
Cotton Library, 167.

St. Andrew's, 120 ; St. Cuthbert's,
Cotysfurth, Jo., 146.

42, 227; on shoulder, 112 ; taken
Covent, convent, as in “ Covent

battle of Durham, 24 i St.
Garden," 99 ; clerk of, 91, 274. Margaret's, 106, 287 ; the true,
Cove, meaning of, 258.

portion of, 216.
Coventry and Lichfield, bishops ; Crosses, borne in processions, 10,
see Roger.

105, 107, 201, 231, 287 ; simple,
Covey, 80, 92, 258, 259, 260, 274 ; 201 ; two distinct, 210 ; see Black

clerk of, 92, 274 ; hatch of, 274 ; Roods.
at Worcester, 258.

Cross-bearer, 172, 179, 185, 187,
Covey door, 80, 258.

302.
Covey or Pantry window, 92.

Cross days, Cro week, 104, 287.
Cow, the Dun, 66, 71, 249, 254.

Cross division, 118, 291.
Cowl, the sleeveless outer garment Cross keys in hand of St. Peter,

of a monk or novice, with a hood
that can be put over the head, 97, Cross staff, 10, 121 ; do., in hand of
277

St. Martin, 120.
Cowl and habit, the dead wound in, Crossing, 303
51, 52.

Crown of gold on head of Our Lady
Cowper, 145, 294.

of Bolton, 113; on head of St.
Cowper, Joh., 145; Rob., 163.

Oswald, 119, 291.
Cox, T., xviii.

Crowned images, 18, 19.
Cranmer, Tho., archbishop of Can Croxdale, 231.
terbury, 201.

Crucibulum (cresset), 213.
Crayke (Creak) minster, 65, 70 ; Crucifix, enclosed in image, 30 ; of
royal manor of, 138.

gold, 11, 204 ; on Neville's Cross,
Creed, articles of, with Apostles, 28.
116, 290.

Crucifixion, remarkable allusion to,
Creeping to the Cross, II, 30, 204, 156; represented in glass, 32, 47,
205, 340.

237; in Jesse Window (?), 228 ;
Cressett, 3,
22, 195, 213*. An

on pax, 200.
earthen basin or a hollowed stone Cruets, 9, 13, 32, 98, 171, 201.
used as a lamp.

Crutch, crosier, 57, 105, 244, 287.
Cressets in Dorter, 85, 266.

Crux fidelis (hymn), 204.
Crewe, bishop, 300.

Cryer (a bell), 208.
Croccio, 209.

Cryers, organ so called, 16, 208,
Crocus, polishing with, 209.

299.
Cromwell, Oliver, 206, 355 ; Rich., Crypts, 246.
206.

Crystal, in breast of image, 12;
Crook of gold that the pix did hang cross of, 13, 205 ; see Xpall ; fire

struck from, 201 ; squared box of,
Crosbie, Ric., 96, 259.

107.
Crosier, 15, 112, 118*, 121, 292 ; in Crystal stones, 10.

I 21.

on, 8,

Cumberland and Westmoreland

Transactions, 195.
Cumberland, red earth of, 247.
Cuneagecester, Chester-le-Street,

65.
Curia, 281, 288.
Cursor scaccarii, 144.
Curtains of white silk, 7, 198.
Cushion, velvet, 11, 12.
Customary of Canterbury, 277 ; of

St. Peter's, Westminster, 194.
Cuthbert, St., 1, 2, 3, 20, 21, 109,

110, 111, 115-119, 121, 248 ; abbot
14 years, 63, 64; alleged royal
descent of, 63, 77, 247, 255 ;
anchorite 13 years, 63, 64;
anchorite in Farne, 131 ; appeared
in visions, 236 ; to Alfred, 137 ;
to Hunred, 65, 70 ; to St. Oswald,

118.
Cuthbert, St., arms of, 11, 109, 116,

204, 289, 290.
Cuthbert, Si., banner of, 105, 106,

107, 287 ; borne only on principal
days, 95 ; cross-bar of, 216 ;
described, 26, 94, 95 ; destroyed,
27, 217; how lifted, 216; injured
and mended, 216, 287 ; pertained
to shrine, 94 ; required at least
four men to manage it, 96* ; set

east end of shrine, 96 ;
supposed incombustible, but burnt,
27, 217; taken to battles, 95, 277 ;
its weightiness, 96* ; when used,

26*.
Cuthbert, St., beard of, 102, 285;

birds of, 198 ; bishops at first did

not presume to lie near, 54.
Cuthbert, St., body of, 138, 264 ;

brought to Durham, 143; cross
found on, 286 ; found whole, 131,
132, 139*,

141 ; pilgrimage of
Cnut to, 138 ; removed from first
grave, 63, 69; said to have been
counterfeited, 285, 286; to have
been placed in chest
Castle, 264 ; taken from Lindis-
farne, 142; uncorrupt, 63, 69, 102,

103, 139*, 141, 149, 158, 284.
Cuthbert, St., books of life and

miracles of, 35, 223, 304 ; burial
of, 63, 69; buried where shrine
had been, 103, 286 ; chief patron,
48; church of, 16; coffins of, 5,
70, 132, 139, 247, 285, 286 ;
coming of, into Scotland, 304 ;
consecration of, 127, 131, 138 ;
converses from his tomb, 130 ;
corporax of, 23, 95, 214 ; death
of, 63, 67, 69, 72, 247 ; devotion
of kings to, 227; an early shrine

up at

of, 196 ; enshrined, 67, 73 ; en-
shrined in light feretory, 63, 69;
feast of Translation of, 197 ;
entertains an angel, 131, 138, 142,
236 ; feast of, 4, 79, 81, 96, 197,
259, 269; feretory of, 97, 108 ; his
first grave of stone, 63, 69;
frequented islets, 132 ; gentlemen
desired to lie near, 59; gift to,
from St. Ethelwold, 130, 293 ;
glass pictures of, 31, 47, 114, 116*;
grave of, 196; honoured by Alfred
and by his son Edward, 137, 293 ;
image of, 7; do., set up by cloister
wall, 68, 75; Irish legends of, 223,
254 ; Irish and royal parentage of,
131 ; jewels, etc., bestowed on,
106*, 288 ; lands of, exempt from
customary dues to Crown, 138 ;
laws given or confirmed to, 137,
138 ; laws and lands of, 137, 138,
293 ; laws and liberties of, 141 ;
leg of, broken, 102, 285 ; legend
of, ix; life of, written by Bede,
136; made a monk, 136, 142;
made a monk and prior, 131*, 142;
mass clothes of, 63, 69; his MS.
of Gospel of St. John, 250 ; marble
stone over grave of, 103 ; marble
stones from shrine of, 196; mass
of, on vacant Thursdays, 191 ; in
mass vestments, 48 ; meaning of
name of, 254 ; metrical Life of,
197, 223, 227, 228, 247*, 249, 250,
254, 276, 290, 292, 301 ; metwand
of, 102, 285; miracles of, 118, 270;
monk 37 years, 63, 64; nativity
of, 118 ; painting of, 233 ; parting
monition of, 64 ; patron of church,
etc., of Durham, 131, 139; praying
in sea, 115, 290 ; promotes Guth-
red, 139 ; relics of, 234 ; those of
Eadbert with his, 132, 139; secret
place of his burial, 167, 301 ;
separated monks and nuns, 228 ;
shrine of, xix, 17, 25, 94, 151*,
156*, 167, 234*, 235, 251, 276, 286,
287; do., defaced, 102; sinews and
skin of, 102, 285; solitary life of,
with the Picts, 35, 36, 223; story
and miracles of, in glass, 76, 254 ;
tomb of, 250 ; do., privileges
offered on, 137 ; visited by Henry
VI, 122, 292 ; tomb of, in cloister,
140, 141 ; Translation of, xvii,

237, 239, 250.
Cuthbert, St., translated into Ald-

hune's church, 67, 69; to Durham,
131 ; by Eadbert, 132, 139; to
Lindisfarne, 131* ; to

present
church, 67, 68, 73, 93, 141; to

now

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