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Lotarius, Imperator Romanorum,

125.
Lothian, 139.
Loup, 6, 198.
Low Mass, 276.
Lübke, Ecclesiastical Art, 202,
Luceby, Henr. de, 211.
Lucubalia (Carlisle), 138.
Lucy, arms of, 255.
Ludham, Godfr. de, archbishop of

York, 153, 295.
Ludlow Church wardens' Accounts,

204.
Luercestre, 227.
Lugdunum (Lyons), 128, 129.
Lughaid, 254.
Luke, St., commentary on, 269 ;

symbol of, 285.
Lumley, arms of, 255.
Lupus, S., 132.
Lyegaite, 105, 288.
Lyeth waike, lithe or supple (con-
dition of St. Cuthbert's body), 63,

247
Lying-house, 89, 266, 271.
Lykegate, 288.
Lyndwood, Will., bishop of St.
David's, body of, 285; Provinciale

by, 199, 273, 301.
Lynynge, linen, 100, 282.
Lyons (Lugdunum), 128, 129; Coun-

cil of, 242.
Lyrinensis insula, 134.

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Malt corn, 100.
Maltby, Edw., bishop, 248.
Malt kiln, 282.
Malton, x.
Maltravers, arms of, 255.
Maltster (gromus, bis), 146.
Malwaset, malmsey, 281.
Man, see Sodor.
Mandatum fratrum, 257 ; novum,

255 ; pauperum, 256, 257 ; see

Maundy.
Maniple, 179, 180, 182, 185, 187; of

St. Cuthbert, 293.
Manuscripts, ancient, 83, 263, 304 ;

ancient, of Gospels, 200; Bodleian,
293 ; Brit. Mus. Add., 200, 211;
Cotton, 197, 208, 215, 278; Har-
leian, xiv, 171-179, 203, 213, 248,
251, 340 ; C. c. C. C., 293 ; Dur-
ham Chapter, 197, 204, 213; Lam-
beth, 277, 293 ; Mickleton, 298*,
299; Neapolitan, 248; Randall,
298, 299; Rawlinson, xi, xii, xviiin.,
109 ; of Rites, see Introduction ;
of Sarum missal, 204 ; Trin. Coll.
Camb., 197 ; Univ. Coll. Oxon.,

197 ; York Minster, 197, 198, 293.
Manutergia, 262.
Marble, blue, chantry of, 43, 44,

230, 231 ; laver made of, 82, 261 ;
pillars of, for Galilee, 43, 229 ; see

Holy-water stones.
Marble cross, 223 ; image of St.

Cuthbert, 74; pillars of St. Bede's
tomb, 103 ; stone over John
Brimley, 162 ; over grave of St.
Cuthbert, 103, 286;
Rackett, 59 ; over bishop Tunstall,

59.
Marble stones from St. Bede's

shrine, 103, 287 ; over bishops, 55,
240-242 ; over Priors, 53 ; tomb
of bishop Beck, 58, 244; do., of
St. Bede's shrine, 103; tombstones,

60.
Marble substructures of shrines, 286.
Marescalcia, 282.
Margaret, St., of Antioch, 113, 120,

291 ; beheaded, 120 ; bell of, 167,
301 ; church of, 104 ;

<< waird" of,
97, 279; the three last references
may belong to St. Margaret of

Scotland.
Margaret, St., queen of Scotland,

56, 215, 216, 242; cross of, 105,
106, 216, 287 ; life of, 215; well
of, 215.
Marianus Scotus, 135.
Maries, the three, 115.
Marisco, Ric. de, bishop, 55, 241,

243.

over Mr.

Mabillon, 208, 234.
Mace (sceptre), golden, in hand of

our Lady of Bolton, 113.
Maces, municipal, shafts of, 277.
Machar, St., 134, 345.
Machyn's Diary, Camd. Soc., 203.
Madden, Sir F., 248.
Maddison, Vicars Choral, 220.
Madonna della Pieta, 223.
Maestricht (Trajectum ad Mosam),

130, 132 ; cross at, 354.
Magdalen's chapel, 91, 92, 274, 295.
Maglorius, S., 129.
Magna Britannia, xviii.
Magnificat, shrine exposed during,

94, 276.

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Maguntinensis, 126, 127; of May-

ence (Maguncia).
Maid's or Maiden's bower, 28, 217,

218.
Mail, Male, 92 ; a meal or repast.
Malachi, St., archbishop of Armagh,

129.
Malcolm, king of Scots, 55, 56*, 72,

240, 241, 242, 250.
Malcolm (two), kings of Scots, 21*.
Malt, 100.

or

Mark, St., procession on day of,

104, 287* ; symbol of, 285.
Market Place, 288.
Marley, Steph., 91*, 93, 159, 273,

275.
Marriage in Cana, 48.
Marshal, 144.
Marsilia (Marseilles), 125.
Martene de Antiqua Disciplina, 205,

255 ; de Ant. Eçcl. Ritibus, 237,
238, 243 ; de Ant. Mon. Rit., 205,

237, 238, 243, 255, 279.
Martin, St., of Tours, 120, 121, 126.
Martinus, S. (Dumiensis Episcopus),

130.
Martyrology, 279 ; Roman, 292.
Mary, St., 116, 156; chapel of

(Galilee), 42, 43 ; church of, in
North Bailey, 251, 287 ; in South
Bailey, 298; Galilee dedicated
to, 42, 43, 73 ; name of, crowned,
171 ; see Lady, Our.
Mary-le-Bow, St., church of, in

London, 251.
Mary and John, 17, 18, 19, 25, 28,

34, 221; with Black Rood, 18,
210 ; in frater, 80.
Mary the wife of Cleophas, 115.
Mary Magdalene, St., 112, 115, 120,

291 ; hospital of, 280.
Mary I, queen, 216, 231, 239.
Mase, 113; a mace.
Maskell, Ancient Liturgy, 200*, 279.
Mass, 98, 280, 301 ; canon of, 279;

first, 97, 278 ; furniture belonging
to, 57, 58; of St. Gregory, 224 ;
the high, 2, 63, 143, 231 ; shrine
exposed during, 94, 276; at
Magdalens, 91, 92, 274 ; older
form of, restored, 231 ; Our
Lady's, 43, 44, 231 ; said “ to
four old women, 92, 274 ; of St.
Karileph, 251 ; servers at, 191 ;

wardens of, 220.
Masses, how distributed among the

monks, 98, 280 ; undertaken, 149.
Mass vestments, 118* ; bishops

buried in, 57, 58.
Master of the boys, 185, 187 ; of the

choristers, 34; of the Common-
house, 88, 270 ; of the fermery,
89, 270 ; of the frater, 93 ; of the
novices, 82, 84; of schools, 144 ;
of the Song-school, his chamber,
and meat, etc., 63 ; his seat, 62,
247 ; of the Grammar-school and
Song-school, 44.
Masterman, Rob., 298.
Matilda, queen of England, 20*, 21*.
Matins, 22*, 63, 231, 268*, 276, 301 ;

rising for, at midnight, 85, 267*.

Matthew, St., symbol of, 285.
Matthew, Toby, archbishop of York,

256 ; bishop, 256 ; dean, 78, 79,

170, 256, 257
Mauclerk, bishop of Carlisle, 148.
Maulbronn, lavatory at, 261.
Maundy, 77, 218, 255, 256, 257.
Maundy benches, 256, 257* ; money,

78, 79, 256.
Maundy Thursday, 10, 77-80, 182–

185, 202, 255 ; see Mandatum.
Maurelius, S., 132.
Maurus, S., 134.
Mawburne, Mr., xi.
Mazer, 80, 81, 258*, 259 ; black, 80,

258 ; one to every monk, 81, 259.
Mazers, characteristics of, 258 ;

standing, 258.
Meals orderly served and in due

time, 99.
Meat let down into lying-house, 89;

served from great kitchen, 87,

268.
Meath, co., 254.
Mediterranei Angli (Mercians), 133.
Meist'omers, 273

Derivation
unknown. Professor Willis sug-
gests that Meist may represent
maître (cf. Arbre de Meistre,
mainmast), and that omers
homors may be for ormeaux, elms.

-Conv. Buildings of Canterbury,
97.
Mele, a vessel, probably a large

bowl, 294.
Mellifont, lavatory at, 261.
Mellitus, S., 127,
Melrose, 64, 131*, 136, 140, 142, 223,

247.
Melsonby, Tho., prior, 148, 240, 241,
242, 252 ;

buried with bishop
Farnham, 73; miscalled Mels-
come, 73n. ; said to have arched

over nave, 73, 252,
Melton, Will. de, archbishop of

York, 158.
Memento, 98*, 279.
Memorandums, 21.
Memorials of St. Giles's, 217, 274,

280; of Ripon, 227, 256, 314.
Mending of “ cup” (socket), 277.
Merchants, utter their wares in the

parlour, 52.
Merchant Taylors' School, 270.
Mercians (Mediterranei Angli), 133.
Merley, see Marley.
Mersey, river, 138.
Merton, Walter de, bishop of

Rochester, 154, 155.
Met wand, 102, 285.
Metal (earthen), 3, 195.

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Mettall, 3, 24, 33, 195.
Meynill, Walt., 164.
Michael, St., archangel, 115, 122,

285; bell of, 166*.
Michael, emperor of Constantinople,

125.
Mickle kirk, 66 ; see More kirk.
Micklethwaite, J. T., xxi, 197, 277.
Mickleton, Ja., xv, 161, 165, 297.
Middleham, Bishop, 154.
Middleham, in Wensleydale, Jesus

anthem at, 221.
Middleham family, arms of, 255.
Middleton, Will. de, bishop of Nor-

wich, 155.
Mid ffullon, 137, 294.
Midilton, Will., 145.
Midnight, bells at, 22 ; light at, 22 ;

monks' chambers visited before

and after, 93 ; service at, 63.
Migne, Patrologia Latina, 229, 255,

290.
Milan, candlestick at, 202 ; cressets

at, 195 ; lavabo al, 200 ; Lesson,

Epistle, and Gospel at, 205.
Mildesley, Will., 147.
Mile-crosses, 226.
Milkmaid, 74, 254.
Mill Burn, 217.
Millburngate, 217.
Miller (gromus), 146.
Millets, mullets (heraldic), 119.
Milner, Mrs., xiv.
Minor Canon, anecdote about, 297.
Minor Canons' houses, 355 ; vestry,

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Westinonasteriense, 172n., 174,

176, 177, 183n., 203.
Missals, 204*, 205.
Mitford of Molesdon, arms of, 255.
Mitre, 15, 175, 187 ; set on altar,

112 ; of the prior, 105, 287 ; of
St. Martin, 120; with staff for
prior, 23, 213 ; see Fordham.
Mitres, 118.
Moises, S., 132.
Molaca, Moloca, etc., 254.
Moluog, meaning of, 254.
Monarcha, Alfred made, 137.
Monastery, double, 228, 291.
Monastic habit taken preparatory

to consecration as bishop, 143.
Monasticon, see Dugdale.
Money, drawing and telling of, 84,

263 ; not handled by novices, 97,
278 ; offered, 276.
Monk beholding St. Cuthbert from

rock, 115, 290 ; in blue, figure of,
IU; travelling to sea, 115, 290 ;

washing his feet, 115, 290.
Monk's lodging (Dorter), 97.
Monks, buried in Centry Garth, 59,

60 ; each had his Carrell, 83, 262;
chambers of, 93 ; kneeling, 109,
II, 112*, 113, 114*, 115, 118;
never idle, 88; how occupied,
88* ; old, dined in Loft, 86, 87*,
268 ; the only chroniclers, and
writers of acts of bishops and
priors, 88*, 269 ; proposed by
bishop Walcher, 140 ; in quire,
302 ; repair to the Red hills, 23;
sheets and shirts of, 100, 282;
wages of, 97 ; worked at building
out of service time, 67, 72; and
novices, named Dane, etc., 93n.,
102, 280, 284 ; and officers,

notices of, 93-102, 274-284.
Monodon Monoceros, 276.
Montboucher, arms of, 255.
Monuments, subversion of, 102, 284;

see Brasses, Tombs.
Moray, bishops ; see Archibald.
More, 67, 249.
More or great Kirk, 66, 67, 72, 249*,

250, 251.
More Monkton, 249.
Moresby, Tho., 117, 291.
Morlande, relicta, 145.
Morley, see Marley.
Morning Prayers at 6 a.m., 264.
Morning Prayer chapel, 170.
Morpeth, Jesse window at, 228.
Morpeth, Mr., 252.
Morton, bishop, ix; life of, 159.
Morton, Dr. Joh., 160.
Moryson, Will., 146.

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Minories, church of, 54, 239.
Minot, Latin poem by, 215.
Mint, 283.
Miracle of St. Cuthbert's satchel,

250 ; at shrine, 210.
Miracles, 4, 197, 222 ; of Christ, 48 ;

later, 270 ; recorded, 88*, 270.
Miraculous visions, 243.
Miscellanea, Surtees Soc.,

299 ;
Miscellanea Biographica, Surtees

Soc., 254, 293.
Miscellaneous Charters, 232, 299.
Misericorde, 268.
Missa alta, 276, 280 ; bassa, 276 ;
magna, 276; matutinalis, 172, 179,
181, 182 ; Nominis Jesu, 220 ;
privata, 276 ; de Quinque Vulneri-

bus, 220 ; de Sancta Cruce, 220.
Missæ de Caritate, de S. Cuthberto,

de Cruce, de Sancta Maria, 191.
Missale Dunelm., xx, 171, 172, 203,

213, 301, 340 ; Ebor., 175-190nn.,
200, 255; Romanum, 178n., 255 ;
Sarum, 172-189nn., 200, 201, 202,
204*, 220, 255, 276, 287, 301 ;

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pp. 40, 226.

mour-

ners.

of, 14.

Moses, song of, 188.
Moule, H., bishop, 243.
Mounford, Synion, 55.
Mourners, special, 52*.
Mowbray, arms of, 255.
MSS. ; see Manuscripts.
Much Wenlock, 249.
Mullock, 76, 254.
Mummified bodies, 284.
Mundyng deene and Mungdnigdene,

139n.
Mungo, S., 132.
Mur, 57 ; Durham for “ more."
Mural paintings, 243.
Muriardach, 63.
Murners, 52 ; Durham for “
Murray's Cathedrals, 199, 209, 240,

260, 314, 347
Museum of Soc. Ant. Edinb., 203 ;

of University of Durham, 233 ; at

York, 195
Music room, 160.
Mutton, 99.
“My oulde booke," and “My other

booke,” 304.
Myers, Ambr., 62, 247.
Myrc, Instructions, 201.
Myrroure of Our Lady, 291.
Nails of Passion, cross made of, 216.
Naprie, napery, linen, 99.
Narwhal, tusk of, 276.
Nativity of Christ, 48.
Natural selection, 275.
Nave arched over by bishop Skir-

law and prior Melsonby, 73, 252 ;
built up io roof by bishop Flain-

bard, 141:
Naviculæ, incense-boats, 201.
Naylor, Dr. Jos., 159, 355.
Neasham, 149
Nebulæ for Maundy, 256.
Necessaria, latrines, 266.
Necrology, 279.
Neile, Dr., 355 ; Ric., bishop, 299.
Neotus, S., 136.
Netley, reredorter at, 266.
Neville, Alex., archbishop of York,

213; John, lord, 6, 24, 58, 196,
198, 244, 245 ; Ralph, lord, I, 24,
27, 28, 58, 244, 245; II, 224 ; Rob.,
bishop, 40, 59, 122, 225, 245 ;
supposed tomb slab of, 225.
Nevilles, arms of, 27, 169, 217, 245,
255, 290; as joined in marriage,
111*: bore charges of image of
Our Lady of Bolton, 30.
Neville chantry, 244 ; chapel, altar
in, 303; its grates, window, locker,

Porch ; Prior's pew

Neville's Cross, see Cross ; battle

of, see Durham.
New chamber, 281.
New English Dictionary, 198, 208,

212, 217, 220, 222, 227, 229, 238,
258, 262, 263, 269, 280, 284, 290,
291, 295, 307, 316, 319, 320, 324*,

355.
New Work (the Lantern), 22, 213.
Newark, brass at, 320.
Newark, arms of, 255.
Newburn raw, 145.
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, xviii, 55, 149,

156, 158, 196, 198*, 262, 276 ; All
Saints' church at, 320 ; columns,

etc., brought to, 229; Governor
Newcastle, Isaac of, bishop of

Connor, 152*.
Newhouse, Gabr., 164; Mr., ib.
Newminster; 148.
Nicene Creed, standing at, 209.
Nicodemus, 112.
Nicholas, St., 112, 113; church of,

104, 288 ; do., revestry of, 108, 288.
Nicholas V, pope, 122.
Nicholl, Joh., 145.
Nichols, John, 164, 298.
Nicholson, bishop of Carlisle, his

English Historical Library, 297.
Nigra crux, 215*, 216* ; see Black

Rood.
Nine Altars, 1-3, 62, 171, 193-198,

209*, 302 ; alleys of, 2, 3, 194,
196 ; building of, xix ; Dun Cow
on, 74, 254 ;

east front of, 93,
274 ; glass in, 118-122, 291, 292 ;
south door of, 59, 60, 62 ; statues
on, 93, 274 ; north wall said to
have been broken through for
bishop Beck's coffin, 2, 58, 194,

244 ; windows, arms in, 255.
Nine-holes, 277.
Ninevites, repentance of, 178.
Nisibis (Nizibena), 132.
Noake, his Worcester, 261, 275, 282.
Noblemen, arms of, 111; gifts of, 106.
None, office of, 185, 187.
Norfolk Archæology, 194 ; Arch.

226;

see

Soc., 323.

Norham, castle of, 141 ; church of,

142 ; procurator of, 146; strong

tower in, 141.
Norman walls of Guest hall, 272 ;

windows, Perpendicular tracery

in, 289*.
North, great houses of, 214.
North British Railway Co., 215.
North door of the church, 41,61, 167,

169, 227 ; holy-water stone at, 38 ;
processions went out at, 105 ; end
of allar, lectern at, 13; gates,

273 ; quire door, 98, 279, 302.
North, T., Chronicle of St. Martin's,

208 ; Church Bells of Beds., 300.
Northallerton, Hospital of, 73, 253 ;

see Alverton.
Northborough, crypt at, 246.
Northern Counties, Governor of, 14.
Northumberland, earl of, arms of,

169 ; earls of, Pudsey, 73, 254 ;
Uhtred, 143, 241 ; invaded, 64 ;

men of, 140.
Northumbria, 129, 133 ; six kings

of, 138, 139.
Northwagenses, Norwegians, 137.
Norton, x, xvi, 141.
Norwegians, 137.
Norwich, baking or houseling irons

at, 338, col. 2 ; bishops of, see
Middleton, Suthfeld ; charnel at,
314 ; lavatory at, 261 ; nine-holes
at, 277 ; pelican lectern at, 199,
206 ; Si. Peter Mancroft, fireplace

at, 194, 323.
Norwold, Hugh de, bishop of Ely,

149, 153.
Notary public, 208.
Notes and Queries, 199.
Nottingham, 225, 300 ; castle of,

215.
Nottingham, Aug., bishop of Lao-

dicea, 153
Nottinghamshire, 138.
Nova Legenda Angliæ, 223, 234*,

291, 293
Novice, carried holy water, 13, 205.
Novices, 259, 260 ; chambers of,

85 ; dined in frater, 268 ; master
or tutor of, 96, 97 ; master of, his
chamber, 97 ; meat of, 82 ; money
or wages not received by, 97,
278 ; outfits of, 277 ; place where
they learned, 84, 85, 264 ; in quire,
302 ; read at meals, 82; recrea-
tion of, 88, 270 ; said grace, 82 ;
sheets and shirts of, 100, 282 ;
six, went daily to school for seven
years, 96.
Nunburnholm, xi.

O's, the great, 270, 283.
Oats, 281.
Obedientiaries, 268, 274, 280 ; vicars

assigned to, 275.
Obleys, 194,

279; wafer-bread,
especially that which is used in
the mass ; baking of, 279; for

Maundy, 256.
Obley-irons, 194, 218, 279; iron

nippers used in making obleys,
called at Norwich “ lez Bakyng

eernys," and "howselyng jrons.
Occupations (trades and crafts),

107, 108, 288.
Occupy, engage in, 98.
Occupy, make use of, 39, 224.
Octaves of Easter, 301.
Odo, S., 127.
Of, on, 6, 7, 11, 15, 31, 37, 38,

52, 105, 106, 108, 112, 113; see

quotation under Guilted.
Offa Rex Orientalium Saxonum,

125.
Offerings at shrine, 4; hung on

shrine, 94, 276.
Office, 8, 200.
Officers of the Church, 93-98 ; of

the House, 99-102.
Official heraldry of Durham, 291.
Officiarii (obedientiaries), 145.
Officinæ claustri, 172, 179.
Ogle, arms of, 255.
Ogle castle, 215.
Oil, tun of, in legend of St. Mar-

garet, 120, 291.
Oils, consecration of, 255.
Ointment of St. Mary Magdalene,

112.
Old Foundation, Cathedrals of, 203.
Old man, warning by, 61.
Old Melrose, see Melrose.
Oldfield, Rob., 166, 300.
Omer, S. (Audomarus), 130.
Onions, 283.
Onlafbal, terrible punishment of,

143.
Onyx, cup of, 239.
Oratio super Diptycha, 279.
Order in going to sing mass, 8, 200.
Ordinale, 182, 301.
Ordination, 224.
Ordinations in vestry, 19, 212.
Oresiesis monachus, 135.
Orfreys, 171.
Organ, crook, etc., for, 246 ; Father

Smith's, 164, 299 ; heraldry, of,
300 ; great, 163*, 164, 299 ; pipes

of, saved, 163.
Organs, 161, 162, 297 ;

163 ; different, for different days,
16, 208 ; earlier, 297 ;. the lesser,

cases of,

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