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221;

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tomb in cloisters, 68, 73, 74;

to White Kirk, 67, 71.
Cuthbert, St., vestments of, 102,

103, 285; voice from shrine of,
143 ; wanderings of body of, 64,
69, 142, 247 ; window of, at York,
254, 289; women not to

near him, 35*, 43, 223.
Cuthbertus, S. (Arch. Cantuar.),

128.
Cutheardus, bishop of Chester-le-

Street, acts of, 143.
Cyprus, 132.
D'Achery, 234.
Dacre, arms of, 169, 255.
Dais, 275:
Dallam, Rob., 299*.
Dalmatic, deacon in, 182,

deacon without, 179, 188.
Dalton, Rob., 281, 286.
Daltown, Tho. de, bishop of Gallo-

way, 155*.
Damascus, 121.
Damask, red, 211; white, 7.
Danamarchia (Denmark), 137.
Dane, Dan, Dom, Don, titles, 93,
93n., 102, 275, 280, 284 ;

Monks.
Danes, 64*, 65, 69; coming of, 142 ;

oppressed Alfred, 137 ; robbed

the church of St. Cuthbert, 137.
Danyell, S., 135.
Darley, arms and initials of, 159,

296.
Darley, Rob., 159.
Darlington, church of, built by

bishop Pudsey, 141 ; clerks trans-
ferred to, 141 ; manor and church

at, 74, 253.
D'Arnis, Lexicon, 301.
Dasent, Gisli the Outlaw, 237.
Date of the book, 29, 161, 165, 193,

300.
Dates of former edition ; it was

issued in 1844 for 1842 ; hence
sometimes dated 1842, as on p. in.,
sometimes 1844, as on p. xvi*.
David or Davy, St., 129.
David I, king of Scotland, St., 128,

215* ; his gifts and confirmations,

139; well of, 215.
David II (Bruce), king of Scots, 6,

18, 19, 20, 21, 23, 24, 25, 58, 210,
214, 215*, 218; admonished by a
dreanı, 25 ; taken in battle, 25,
58, 214, 215.
Davies, John, 165, 300 ; his edition

of Rites, xii, xiv*, xv, xvi, 159n. ;
Mickleton's additions thereto,
161-168, 297-301.

Davyson, Geo. (ballivus de Billing-

ham), 145:
Davyson, Geo. (barngreiff de Wol-

viston), 145.
Daw Raby, 24, 58, 244. Dawe or

Dauwe occurs repeatedly as
man's name in Piers Plowman,
and is for Davie or David. But
in this case it is probably a
nickname taken from the bird.
It appears as “ Da Raby” in
Leland, Itin., ed. 1744, I, 83, as
“Daraby," Ib.,85, andas Dawraby
in Durham Visitation Pedigrees
(Foster, 1887), 248. In a dispute
between two Lincolnshire gentle-
men in 1533 one called the other
"a fooll and a dawe,” and so
provoked the retort “ dawe of thy
hede." Proc. Soc. Ant., April
29, 1869, p. 321. And see N.E.D.

and E.D.D. under “daw."
Days, principal and other, 9, 87, 98;

see Principal.
Deacon in dalmatic, 182 ; without

dalmatic, 179, 188.
Deacons, 34, 43, 187, 190, 231.
Dead, services for, 52, 53, 238.
Dead man's chamber, 51, 52, 237.
Dean, the, 256*.
Dean's buttery, 61 ; hall, 257 ;

cellarage under, 265 ; hall greece
or stairs, 99, 101, 284 ; house, 81;

lodging, 78, 256.
Deans, Benedictine, 275.
Deans of Durham, sat in wooden

chair in chapter-house, 56 ; see

under names.
Deanery, 260 ; arms in window at,

290.
Decorated windows in prebendal

house, 296.
Deece Prior, 94*, 96, 259, 275.
Defoe, D., A Tour, etc., 265.
Degrees in Occupations, 107.
Deira, 138.
De la Hay, arms of, 255.
De Moleon, Voyages liturgiques,

202, 214.
De Morgan, Book of Almanacks,

292.
Denmark (Danamarchia), 137.
Deodatus, S., pope, 125.
Deportum, 268.
Deputy prior, 94.
Dergie, 52, 238.
Deribitory, xiv, see Dirivatory.
Derlington, prior, 161, 165, 207,

297, 300.
Description of state of church of

Durham, 46, 234, 304.

Divinity, Professor of, 272,; study

of, 97:

in

Desk, long, in Song school, 62 ; for

singers, 34, 221.
Desks in carrells, 83 ; in windows

of chambers in Dorter, 85.
Device or wrest, 18, 19, 210 ; for

pipes of banner-staff, 26.
Devon, Church Bells of, 279.
Dịcson, Joh., 146 ; Rai, 145
Dictionary of Christian Antiquities,

226, 238 ; of Christian Biography,
292, 293 ; English Dialect, 319;
of National Biography, xvn., 206,
240, 251, 284; New English, see

p. 337
Didimus Alexandrinus, S., 135.
Dining, etc., of monks and novices,

268.
Dining-room, Loft made into, 159,

269.
Dinner, grace at, 93 ; general, on

St. Cuthbert's day in Lent, 4, 81.
Dionisius, S., monk and abbot, 135.
Dionisius, S., pope, 125.
Diptychs, 208.
Dirge, 52, 238.
Dirivatory, xiv, 76, 254. The same
mistake appears

Godwin's
Catalogue of the Bishops, 1601, p.
527:-"He bestowed also 2201. in
ihe building of the Diribitory,"
and in the Latin edition, 1743, p.
751: :-“Ducentas deinde ac viginti
in structura Diribitorii impendit."
The N.E.D. has “ +Diribitory,
Obs.,” with one quotation, namely
1656 BLOUNT, Glossogr., a place
wherein souldiers are numbered,"
etc.

do., where the
Romans gave their voyces.” A
scribe appears to have got hold
of this word by mistake for
“Dormitory," and to have been

followed by many.
Discrepancies in lists of figures,
Dissolution of Monastery, 159, 201,

248, 250, 256, 280, 283 ; see Sup-
pression.
Divided imbordered, or, and bor-

dered, 2, 15; set in separate
representations of niches in the
borders of brasses. Some of the
largest brasses, e.g. those of
Bishop Beaumont

Durham,
Alan Flemyng at Newark, and
Roger Thornton at All Saints,
Newcastle, had two sets of niches
on each side, besides many at the

top.
Divine Service, nobly done at Dur-

ham, 123.

Dixon, R. W., History of Church of

England, 284.
Doctors, names of, 135 ; writings

of, 304 ; and others, works of, in
Library, 31, 83, 263 ; the four,
read, 16, 207; represented in

glass, 31, 120, 220.
Dodson, -, 162, 298.
Dogs, embroidered on vestment,

171.
Dol, 129*.
Dominations, 122.
Domus infirmorum, 51.
Door at the greece foot, 87, 269 ;

behind quire, 179 ; east, from
cloister into church, 83 ; within
frater door, 87, 269 ; with leaves,

33 ; the north church, 37.
Doors opened at 7 a.m., 93, 94 ; of

Mr. Pilkington's hall, 100; the

two, in Neville screen, 6, 198.
Doorway from dormitory to church,

265.
Doorways, their places accounted

for, 303
Dor, 37, 61, 68, 79 ; Durham for

“ door."
Dormitory, the Great, 259, 265, 266 ;

(miscalled Dirivatory), 76, 254 ;

see Dorter.
Dorset, marquis of, 284.
Dorsetshire, 229.
Dorsetshire clunch, 198.
Dorter, 51, 83, 85, 86, 93, 94, 97,

185, 187, 195, 238, 246, 265, 276,
303; basement of, 270 ; cellarage
under, 239; chambers of officers
in, 97-101 ; midst of, paved, 86,
267 ; Norman, and stairs to it,
265; tiled floor of, 296 ; Treasury
under, 263 ; undercroft of, 278;

windows in, 266.
Dorter door, 83*, 84, 93.
Double cloth, 147, 294.
Double furnitures of altars, 98, 280.
Douglas, H., 160.
Dove, in representation of Holy

Trinity, 290 ; likeness of, 47 ; with

olive-branch, 180.
Dovecot over laver, 82, 262,
Dragon killed by St. George, 116;

by St. Michael, 115; overcome by

Si. Margaret, 120, 291.
Dragons at feet of Paschal, 10; on

shrine-cover, 5.
Drake, Eboracum, 303n.
Drawing room, 160.
Drax, Will., 118, 291

212.

at

Dresser window, 81, 82, 87, 259,

269*.
Dried fruits, 284.
Drink at Maundy, 78, 79, 256.
Du Cange, Lexicon, 230, 260, 262*,

281, 282, 315, 343.
Dudley, arms of, 169.
Dugdale, Church Notes, 290 ;

Monasticon, 194, 196, 216, 256 ;

notes by, 255
Dumium (close to Braga), 130.
Dunath, Peter of, bishop of Connor,

155.
Dunbar, fight at, 14, 58, 163, 206.
Dunblane, bishops, see Clement,

Præbenda.
Dun Cow, monument of, 74, 254.
Dun Cow Lane, 288.
Duncan, king of Scots, 21*.
Dunelm, Rob. de, 167.
Dunholm, 66, 71, 74.
Dunkeld, bishop of, 148.
Dunkeld, bishops of, see Richard,

William.
Dunstan, St., 127, 130.
Durandus, Rationale of, 291.
Durham, Abbey church of, founded,

67, 72 ; Anglo-Saxon poem on site
of, 197 ; Antiquities of, 23 ; Arch-
deacons of, 67, 72, 188*, 210 ; (or
Neville's Cross) battle of, x, 18, 19,
23-25, 27-29, 58, 210, 214, 218, 244 ;
authorities on, 215; bishops of,
ix ; Counts Palatine, 210 ; great
benefactors, 58 ; installed in stone
chair, 56, 243 ; latterly buried
within ihe church, 57-59 ; lists of,
xviii; rite of burying, 57, 243 ;
tract on, xii ; visitations of, 56 ;
see Aldhune, Barbara, Beaumont,
Beck, Bury, Carilef, Cosin, Crewe,
Eadmundus, Eadredus, Egelwyn,
Farnham, Flambard, Fordham,
Fox, Gaufridus, Hatfield, Insula,
James, Kellow, Kirkham, Langley,
Lightfoot, Maltby, Marisco, Mat-
thew, Morton, Moule, Pictavia,
Pilkington, Poor, Pudsey, Robert
(de Insula), Ruthall, Sherwood,
Skirlaw, Stichell, Tunstall, Van
Mildert, Walcher ; castle of, 141,
see Castle ; Cathedral, arms of,
xiii ; Cathedral Library, see Lib-
rary; Mr. Brimley's music at,
231 ; present order of procession
in, 200 ; Church of, records of, 21;
City of, 27 ; Civil Incorporation of,
308 ; College of, 260 ; coming of
monks to, 248; County of, des-
cription of, xviii ; Dean of, has
"left-hand stall, 211; Deans of, see

Horne, Hunt, Kitchin, Matthew,
Whitehead, Whittingham ; Dean
and Chapter of, xiv, 278; Dean and
Prebendaries of, 260; diocese of,
123 ; Episcopal Library, see
Cosin's ; livery men

of, xix;
Mayor of, 167; Old English poem
on, 234; Priors, see Absolon, Auck-
land, Bell, Berrington, Castell,
Derlington, Ebchester, Fossor,
German, Hemmingburgh, Hoton,
John, Melsonby, Turgot, Wes-
sington, Whitehead ; processional
crosses at, 201 ; rere-dorter at,
266, 267 ; St. Cuthbert translated
to, 131 ; St. Oswald's proces-
sional cross at, 201 ; See of, arms

of, 255 ; site of, described, 143.
Durham, University of, arms of, 227;

a lecture-room of, 233 ; Library

of, 198 ; Museum of, 233.
Durham, verses on, 169 ; visit of St.

Ethelwold to, 130, 293 ; visitation

at, 102.
Durham Account Rolls, Notes,

passim ; Arch. Soc. Trans., 197,
227, 230*, 232*, 233, 238, 241, 243*,
253, 274; Breviary, 181n. ; Calen-
dars, 240* ; Chapter MS., xixn.,
230 ; Churchwardens' Accounts,
207, 208 ; College, in Oxford, 239 ;
Depositions, 231 ; Miscellaneous
Charters, 209, 256 ; Missal, 251 ;
Obituary Rolls, 209, 219,
Wills and Inventories, Notes,

passim.
Durham and Beverley sanctuaries,

226, 227.
Dust, kept out of holy water, 41.
Dymna, 133.
Eadbertus, S., 50n., 132, 139.
Eadfridus, S., 140, 248.
Eadmundus, bishop of Durham, 54,

55, 143, 240, 243*.
Eadred, abbot of Carlisle, 64, 69,

247
Eadredus, bishop of Durham, 54,

240, 243.
Eagle on book of St. John Ev.,
Eagles on lecterns, 14, 206.
Ealdhune, see Aldhune.
Eardulph, bishop of Lindisfarne,

64*, 69, 142, 247.
Eari excommunicated, story of, 129.
Easby, see Agatha's, St.
East Angles, 129.
East gates, 84, 263.
East Saxons, 129*, 133, 142.
Easter, feast of, 17, 209, 276.
Easter, see Paschal,

222 ;

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Easter controversy, 128.
Easter Day, 12, 95, 203, 205.
Easter Even, ceremonial of, 187-191,

201, 203.
Eata, abbot of Melrose and Lindis-

farne, afterwards bishop of Hex-
ham and Lindisfarne, 64, 131*,
136, 142, 285, 293 ; in mass vest-

ments, 48.
Ebba, St., 118, 291.
Ebchester, Rob., prior, 30, 53, 219;

Will., prior, 30, 53, 123, 219.
Ebdon, Tho., 298.
Ebor., Eboracum, see Breviary,

Missal, Processional, York.
Ecgfrith (Egfridus), king, 127, 131,

138.
Ecgredus, bishop of Lindisfarne,

gifts of, 142.
Edgar, king, 130.
Edgar, king of Scotland, 20, 21, 139.
Edinburgh, 24*, 203, 215.
Edlingham, 219, 290.
Edmund, St., archbishop or“bishop"

of Canterbury, 109, 121, 291 ; in

mass vestiments, 48.
Edmundus frater Ethelstani, Rex,

137, 294* ; see Eadmundus.
Edred, king, 130.
Edredus abbas, 142.
Edui (district of Autun), 133.
Edward the Elder, king, 137.
Edward the Confessor, St., body of,

284 ; shrine of, 196, 197,
Edward I, 20, 21, 284; II, 20, 21 ;

III, 20, 21, 214; VI, 69, 108, 231,
239, 288 ; Injunctions of, 201 ;

197.
Effigy called Hobb of Pelaw, 301.
Effrem, 135.
Egdunensis, 152, 295..
Egelwyn (or Ethelwin), bishop of

Durham, 56, 242.
Egerton, arms of, 159.
Egfridus, king ; see Ecgfrith.
Egfridus, S., 50n.
Eggleston-on-Tees, 261.
Egidius, S., 134.
Egwinus, S., 131:
Egypt, 293 ; flight into, represented

in glass, 50, 236.
Egyptians, the light of the, 126.
Eider ducks, 198.
Eleanor, queen of England, 21*, 22.
Eldulphus (Æthewulf), king, 136.
Element, colour of, 40.
Elements, consecrated, buried with

the dead, 238.
Elemosinarii gromus, 146.
Elemosinarius, 145.
Elephant tooth, 94, 276.

Elfride, king, 50, 236.
Elfridus, a priest, 46, 234.
Elim (helym), 182.
Elinor (Helena), St., 122, 292.
Elison, Edm., 146.
Elizabeth, queen, 59, 161, 162, 217,

231, 239.
Ellacombe, Church Bells of Devon,

279.
Ellis and Brand, Popular Antiquities,

255, 287.
Elmden, Mr., 60, 246.
Elmeden, Leon., 144.
Elphegus, see Alphege.
Elstob, arms of, 255.
Eltham, 157, 243.
Elvet, 104; the part of the city of

Durham that lies on the left bank
of the river eastward ; bridge of,
141 ; do., and chapels thereon,
73, 253
Ely (Hely), 130, 259, 282.
Ely, bishops of, see Eustace, Nor-

wold, Oxford, Thirlby ; Galilee
at,
230;

Gent hall at, 271 ;
" Helle'

at, 271 ; infirmary at,
271* ; liveries at, 247.
Embroidery on St. Cuthbert's ban-

ner, 26, 95, 277.
Emerald, the great, 102, 284.
Emperors, names of, 125.
Enaghdun, bishop of, see Thomas.
Enamelled work, 41.
Enarration of ceremonies, 106.
Enerration, 106; narration.
English lives of St. Cuthbert, 35,

223.
Enhegdunensis. 158, 295.
Entertainment, in guest hall, 89.
Entry, to porch and stable of

Almery, 91.
Epiphanius, S., 132.
Epistle, 8, 13, 205.
Epistle and Gospel sung from same

lectern, 205.
Epistoler, 8*, 9, 199, 302.
Epistoler and Gospeller abolished,

199.
Eraclius Rex Bulgarorum, 126.
Ercomwaldus, S., 130.
Ergadiensis, 152, 295.
Eslier work, 288.
Escutcheons, see Scutcheons.
Essen, candlestick at, 202.
Etheldreda, 282.
“ Etheldredus" (Eadredus), bishop

of Durham, 243.
Ethelred of Rievaulx, 215.
Ethelredus Rex Merciorum, 125.
Ethelwald, king, 129.
Ethelwin, bishop ; see Egelwyn.

VII,

Ethelwold, St., bishop of Lindis-

farne, 50, 130, 140, 234, 248, 293.
Euagrius, S., 134.
Eucherius, S., 129.
Eugenius III, pope, 125.
Eugippus, S., 135.
Eure, arms of, 255.
Eusebian Canons, 248.
Eustace, bishop of Ely, 230.
Eutropius, S., 129.
Evangelists, “pictures" of, at foot

of Paschal, 10; on Neville's Cross,

27, 217.
Evangelistic symbols at corners of

tomb, 60 ; on St. Cuthbert's coffin,
285; on processional crosses, 201.
Evensong, vespers, 63, 94, 231, 268,

276 ; at 3 p.m., 87.
Evensong time, 83, 87.
Everdon, Silv. de, bishop of Carlisle,

151, 152.
Evesham, book of, 1771., 257, 269,

274, 279; charnel at, 246 ; Maundy
at, 256, 257 ; servants at, 283.
Evidence, records of, 78.
Evidences, books of, 304 ; do., kept,

83, 84*, 263
Ewer like unto a horse and rider,

81.
Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 283.
Exchequer, an office or business

room, 84, 263.
Exeter, bishops, see Brantyngham,

Quivil ; morning prayers at, 265.
Exorcism of palms, 180.
Expenses of work, 99.

Farnham, Nich, de, bishop, 55, 148,

241, 243, 252* ; said to have

arched over the nave, 73, 252.
Farrar, Dr. A. S., 159, 296 ; dean

F. W., account of painted glass at

Canterbury by, 202.
Fast, on St. Mark's day, 104, 287.
Fasti Eboracenses, 215.
Fasting and prayer, 101, 283.
Father Smith, see Smith, Bern.
Faustus, S., 130.
Fawden yettes, fawlden yeattes,

93, 99, 275, 281 ; see Folden.
Feasey, H. J., Holy Week Cere-

monial, 255, 346, 354.
Feet, washing of, 77, 78, 79.
Feodarium, 294.
Feretory, feretor, fereture, feiriture,

feirture, (1) a feretory proper or
portable shrine, 63, 69, 247 ; (2)
the same, with the substructure
and the cover, together called
“the shrine,” 67, 78, 94, 96, 250,
276; (3) the enclosure within the
Nine Altars, where the shrine
stood, 3*, 5, 7*, 19, 26, 35, 74, 94,
95, 196, 198, 302 ; banners set up
in, 95; chest in, for pipes of
banner-staff, 26; clerk of, 78, 94,
96*, 276 ; a light, 63, 247 ; master

and keeper of, 94, 96, 275, 276.
Feretrars' Rolls, 276, 288.
Ferial days, procession on, 186, 187.
Fermery, see Farmery.
Fides, St., 113, 114.
Figs, 101, 283, 284; do., and raisins,

89.
Finanus, S., bishop of Lindisfarne,

129, 133, 142.
Finchale, hermitage at, 252 ; inven-

tory of goods of, 197 ; MS. that
formerly belonged to, 197 ; Priors
of, see Stichell; Priory of, 73,
149, 252 ; Surtees volume on, 252,

253.
Findon, 214.
Finney, Dr. Ja., 159.
Fire, blessing of, 185, 186, 187, 201 ;

in Common House, 88, 101, 270 ;
not allowed in Dorter, 51 ; signs
of, in Cathedral, 206 ; struck from

flint, etc., 185, 201.
Fire-place, 218 ; to the examples

given in the note, may be added
vestry fire-places at Hulne (Arch.
Journal, xlvii, 116) and at St.
Peter Mancroft, Norwich (Norf.
and Norw. Arch. Soc., xiv); in

south transept, 279.
Fire-places, 194, 218.
Firmarius, 145.

Fabric, Indulgences for, 148.
Fabricius, Biblioth. Eccl., 234.
Fadowmed, 120, 291.
Fairford, window's at, 289.
Falderley, Tho., 146.
Falle, Preb. Ph., 159, 272.
Fallow, on chalices, 239.
Fannels, 10, 201 ; see Stooles.
Fanon, 221 ; see Phannell.
Farmery or Fermery, infirmary, 51,

52, 87, 88, 89, 91, 170, 237*, 259,
260, 268, 270*, 355 ; master of, his
chamber, 89, 270 ; officers' cham-
bers in, 99, 100; passage to, 270,
303. There is a view of the west

side, as in 1801, in Carter, Pl. iii.
Farmery, between the two Baileys,

or, without the south gates, 91, 92,
237, 273, 274 ; chapel of, 92.
Farmery school, 91*, 92.
Farmery fare satirized, 271.
Farn, Tho., 144, 147.
Farne Islands, 118, 131, 149, 198.

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