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66, 71.

Rents received, 99.

| Rock, monk lying on, 115, 290.
Rere Dorter, 266, 281 ; shown in old Rock, Dr., Church of our Fathers,
painting, 267.

194, 203, 255 ; Hierurgia, 200.
Reredos, 198.

Rodes, Rob, 276.
Residence-dinners, 258.

Rogation days, 287.
Restalrig, 215;

Roger, bishop of Coventry and
Restoration, the, xi.

Lichfield, 153.
Resurrection, image of, 12, 13, 205. Roger, bishop of Ross, 158.
Revelation as to Book of Gospels, Roll, MS., of Rites, x, xvi.
65, 68, 70, 250 ; as to Dunholme, Rolls (Durham Account Rolls)

referred to, Notes, passim.
Revestry, 8, 9, 19, 30, 96, 167, 187, Roman Catholics, what some say of

200, 210, 277, 303; the vestry, St. Cuthbert's body, 167, 286.
body of St. Cuthbert kept in, 103, Roman letters, 285; rite, 204, 287.
285; chamber over end of, 169; Roman soldiers on sepulchres, 204.
men appertaining to, 22.

Romanby, 253.
Revester dour, 19, 77 ; the vestry Rome, 134*, 135 ; bishop William I
door.

goes to, 72 ; Capuchins at, 285;
Revestry, of St. Nicholas' Church, church of St. Peter at, 134, 315;
108, 288.

Emperors of, xi; MS. Gospels
Reyner, 237, 263, 268*.

brought from, 248 ; Paschal can-
Reynwaldus (Rægnald, a viking), dlesticks in, 202 ; pestilence in,
143.

287.
Rhône, department of, 242.

Rome, Tho., 118, 291.
Richard, St., shrine of, 28.4.

Rood, Black, of Scotland, 18, 19,
Richard, bishop of Dunkeld, 151, 24, 25, 210 ; Bound, 41, 226, 303,

152 ; Richard, bishop of Sodor, 303n. ; the great, 220, 302, 303 ;
etc, 151, 152.

holy, 6, 198 ; over Jesus Altar,
Richard I, 20, 21, 74; II, 20; III, 20, 33•
21, 106*, 288.

Roods, 18*, 19, 25.
Richardby, Joh., 146.

Rood doors, the two, 32, 221, 303.
Richardson, John, xvii, 61, 62. Rood-loft, 34, 219, 220, 221.
Richmond, 260, 266, 268.

Rood-loft, stone wall connected
Rievaulx, Cartulary of, 195.

with, 32, 221.
Rimbault, Cheque-book of Chapel Rood Well, 24, 215.
Royal, 231.

Rooms, 20, 212.
Ring, 39, 224.

Root of Jesse, 42, 228.
Rings on corners of shrine cover, t. Rope, strong, of shrine-cover, 4.
Ringers, 39, 40, 224.

Ross, bishops, see Robert, Roger.
Ringing of bells, 39, 40, 224 ; use of Ross, J., xvii.
term, 224.

Rothomagus (Rouen), 128.
Ripon, 127, 128, 131, 142 ; Bone Rouen (Rothomagus), 128,

house at, 245, 314 ; Alchfrith's Paschal at, 202.
monastery at, 138, 142 ; Celtic Rounton ? (Runton), 138.
monks at, 236 ; Chapter Acts of, Rowe of blue marble, 34, 35, 222.
201 ; flight to, 65, 70 ; mile-crosses Roxburghshire, 295
at, 227 ; processional cross at, Royal descent of bishop Pudsey,
201 ; St. Wilfrid abbot in, 50.

141.
Rising in the North, 231.

Roval visit, 122, 292.
Rites of Durham, censure on, 161, Rud, Catalogue of MSS., 230, 239,

297 ; date of, 161, 165 ; eulogium 263.
on, 297 ; Hunter's edition of, MS. Rufus, see Gaufridus.
notes in, 169, 301 ; supposed author Rule, see Benedict.
of, xiv.

Rundel, Dr., 272.
Road, old, to river, 273.

Runic characters, 247, 285.
Robert (de Insula ?), bishop, 154. Runton (Rounton ?), 138.
Robert, bishop of Ross, 152*.

Rupert of Deutz, 229.
Robson, Mr., 170.

Ruphus, S., monastery of, 125, a
Robynson, Will., 146.

house of regular canons
Rochester, bishops of, see Merton ; Valence. Adrian IV (Nicholas
diocese of, 157.

Breakspear) was the only English-

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man that ever became Pope. He
succeeded in 1154 and died in

1159.
Rush, 66*, 71, 249*.
Ruspe, 131, 293.
Ruthall, Tho., bishop, 210.
Ryton, 159.
Sabbatum Sanctum (Easter Even).
Sabina, 63.
Sac, Sacca, 137, 294 ; “jurisdiction

in matters of dispute."-Stubbs,

Select Charters, Glossary:
Sacrament, the holy, borne in
procession, 13, 107; enclosed in

picture” of Christ, 12, 205.
Sacrament-house, 199.

At the
Church of St. Machar in Old
Aberdeen they had in 1559

the
covering of the sacrament house,
with ane antipend for the lady
altare of blew and yellow broig
satin. Item, ane antipend for the
sacrament house with a dornick
towle to the same."- Registrum
Episcopatus Aberdonensis (Edinb.

1845), I, Pref. App., xc.
Sacrilege by dean Horne, 239, 240.
Sacring bells, 26, 216.
Sacrist, 145, 264, 275, 278; chamber

of, 98 ; establishment of,
Sacriston heugh, 279 ; five gromi
of, 146 ; office of, 97 ; servant or

scholar of, 1.
Sacrist's checker, 18, 22, 97, 98,

170, 210, 211, 278, 300 ; passage

to roof of, 32 ; roll, 220.
Sacriston, 214.
Sacristy, 300.
Sacriston heugh, 97, 279.
Sad, 147, 295.
Sadberge bought by Bishop Pudsey,

141 ; earldom of, 74, 254.
Sage, 283.
Sagersten, Master, 97.
Saint, local, shrine of, 229.
Saints, local, paragraphs on, 292 ;

northern, xix; see under their
names, 113 ; names of, in Litany,

bowing at, 191.
Saint, T., xviii.
St. Albans, 194 ; loft at, 209 ; screen

at, 221* ; shrines at, 196* ; two

doors at, 198.
St. Augustine's, Canterbury, Cus-

tomary of, 194.
St. David's, bishops of, see Lynd-

wode.
St. Gall, plan of, 266.
St. Margaret's Cross, 105, 287.

St. Margarettes waird, wood or

cupboard, 97, 279.
Salamis, 132.
Salamond, Joh., 144, 145.
Salisbury, bishops of, see Osmund ;

Cathedral of, 203 ; fox and geese
at, 277 ; Jesus anthem at, 221 ;

see Sarum.
Salisbury Crags, 215.
Salome, 115.
Salt and water, 302.
Salts (saltcellars), 81.
Salve, the, 86, 267, 268.
Salve of Jesus, 222.
Salve Regina, 221, 267, 268*.
Salve Rex, 222.
Salves, singing of, 231.
Salvi, 86, 267.
Sampson, S., 129.
Sancrofi, archbishop of Canterbury,

160 ; prebendary, 160.
Sanctuarium Dunelm. et Beverlac.,

226, 227.
Sanctuary, the, 41, 42, 226.
Sanctuary crosses, 227; grate, 303 ;

men, gown of, 42 ; maintenance
Sanctuary yard, the cemetery garth;

see Centory Garth.
Sanderson, Pair., xvii. xviii ; his

edition of Rites, 258* ; Rob., 146;

Will. (ballivus de Shells), 145.
Sandwich St. Peter, crypt at, 246.
Sandwich Wills, 220.
Sara and Tobias, 172.
Saracens, the, 132.
Sartre, Sartrina, 296.
Sartry, well at, 296.
Sarum, see Breviary, Missal, Pro-

cessional, Salisbury.
Satchel for book, 250.
Savigny, 242.
Sawyer, 145
Saxon terms, 137, 294.
Scallop, 224.
Sceptre in hand of B.V., 110; of

Henry VI, 49; of St. Oswald, 116,

117, 119.
Sceptre, see Mace.
Schinidt, see Smith, Bern.
Scholastical and moderate

gratulation, 89.
School in Farmery without gates,

91*.
School master of the Farmery, 91

92*.
Schoolmaster, his livery of “sad,"

147, 295.
Scilla, a bell, 260.
Scot, Geo., 145.

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Scotch prisoners defaced Neville

tombs, 58, 244 ; in the church, 39,

40.
Scoti, 128.
Scots, coming of, 16; destroyed

organs, etc., 163 ; invaded
Bishopric, 299; king of, 95 ;
miraculously restrained, 23; sent
prisoners, 14, 206; subjugated,

137 ; swallowed up, 139.
Scotland, coming of St. Cuthbert

into, 35; progress of Charles I to,

97 ; Iwo kings of, 138, 139.
Scoli, Sir G., Gleanings, 196.
Scottish lives of St. Cuthbert, 35 ;

sea, 138 ; writers, 56, 242.
Screen of wainscot, 38, 224, 226.
Screens, places of, accounted for,

303
Screen work of altar, 124 ; of fere-

tory, 198.
Scribe, 114.
Scrip, with St. James, 117.
Scriptores tres, Notes, passim.
Scripture, texts of, 15, 18.
Scriptures, studied by monks, 88*.
Scroop of Masham, arms of, 255.
Scudamore, Notitia Eucharistica,

194:
Scutcheon, with arms of Hatfield,

19; of Langley, 110, 119; of

Neville, 30.
Scutcheons, of arms attributed to

saints, 116; certain, 119;

Neville's Cross, 27.
Sea-unicorn, 276.
Sea water, stains of, 248.
Seals, of bishops, 291.
Seat, the old, in transept, 34, U14,

290.
Seaton, Will., 112.
Sebba, Rex Orientalium Saxonum,

125.
Secker, Mr., 272.
Secret concerning St. Cuthbert, 168.
Secretarius, 275, 278.
Secretum Dormitorii, 266.
Seculars admitted to infirmary, 271 ;

evil lives of, 140.
Secular power, 89.
Sedilia, 205
Segersten, the sacristan.
Seggersten hewgh, 97, 279.
Segresters Exchequer, 300 ;

Sacrist's checker.
Selby, aumbries at, 193 ; Jesse win-

dow at, 228 ; visitors al, 284.
Seller, 80, 90, 268 ; cellar.
Selling, Prior of Canterbury, 262.
Selsey, 128.
Sence, 107, 288.

Sentory garth, 53 ; the cemetery

garth ; see Centory.
Sentrie, 41 ; sanctuary:
Sentuarie or Sentuarie garth, 52,

53, 68 : the cemetery garth ; see

Centory.
Septuagesima, 276.
Sepulchre, modern Roman cere-

mony of, 205.
Sepulchre (Easter), 12*, 204.

We
cannot be sure that there was no
stone structure at Durham, so
that the note on p. 204 should
have been expressed differently.
The sepulchre itself was usually, if
not always, a moveable closet,
box, or “coffin " of wood, which
was placed in a more

or less
elaborate stone recess in the north
wall of the chancel.

For a great
number of examples see H. J.
Feasey, Ancient English Holy
Week Ceremonial, 1897, 129-178 ;

not regarded as necessary, 205.
Sepulchres, wooden, 204.
Sepulchre cloths, 204, 205.
Seraphim, 122, 292.
Serapion, S., 130, 293.
Sermons

monks parish
churches, 104; on Sundays and

holy days, 39, 46, 224.
Servants, list of, 144, 294* ; numbers

of, 283.
Servers, weekly, in kitchen, 275.
Servitors of the church, 38*.
Set, 40; Durham for “sit

kneel.
Sethar, 146, 294.
Sewing, 282.
Seven-branched candlesticks, 202.
Seville (Hispala), 127.
Sext, office of, 175.
Sexton's checker, 18, 210 ;

Sacrist's.
Shakspeare, 249.

St. Cuthbert, 285.
Sharp, Dr., 160, 272.
Sharp's MS., 159, 296.
Shaving, 270.
Shaving-house, 270.
Shaw, Alex., jun., 162, 298.
Sheet with St. Aidan's soul, 121.
Sheets, 99, 100, 282.
Sherburn (Dorset), 130 ; (Durham)

Hospital of, 73, 141, 253.
Sheffield, Nich., 164n.
Shereman, Will., 163.
Sherwood, Joh., bishop, 210.
Shields, South (Shells), 145.
Ship driven back, 65, 70.
Ships (for incense), 9, 201.

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Shirts, 100, 282.
Shop, tailor's, 100.
Shoroton, Joh., 146.
Short read good read, 55, 240.
Shrewsbury, frater pulpit at, 260.
Shuffield, Anne, 164.
Shuffield, Nich., 164.
Shrine, of the Ven. Bede, 44, 46, 73,

233, 303 ; of Corpus Christi in St.
Nicholas' church, 69, 107, 251,
288 ; of St. Cuthbert, 2*, 3, 4*,
44, 45, 58, 73, 196, 197, 276; clerk
of, 276; cover of, drawn up on
certain festivals, 4; defaced, 102 ;
gifts 10, 5, 6 ; locks at corners of,
94, 95; recesses under, 4, 196 ;
shewing of, to men of honour or
worship, 94 ; substructure of, its
conveyance from London to Dur-

ham, 196.
Shrine, see Fereture, sense 2.
Shrine-covers, mechanism of, 4, 197,

287 ; that of St. Bede, 45, 287.
Shrine-keeper, 276 ; colleague of,

276.
Shrines, keys of, 94, 95, 96.
“Shrines " (of Altars), 2, 194.
Canopied tombs at York and
Beverley have been commonly
called Archbishop Bowet's

shrine," and “the Percy shrine.'
Sibilla, queen of Scots, 20, 21.
Sick, offices for, 51, 237.
Sigibert, king, 126, 129; baptized,

133, 142.
Siggeston, 138.
Sign, bookseller's, of Bible and

Crown, xvii ; of King's Head,

XV ; of Mr. Pope's Head, xviii.
Silk, blue, 171 ; gold and red, 8;
green, 171 ; red, 171; white, 7

171.
Silver, blackening of, 19, 210 ; hooks

of, 276 ; images of, 19, 25; pro-
cessional cross and staff of, 105 ;

offered, 94, 276.
Simeon Dunelm., see Symeon.
Simey, Ra., 296.
Simmons, Layfolks' Massbook, 200*.
Singing-breads, 1, 2, 193: 218.
Singing men, 164 ; vestry of, 213.
Singyll cloth, 146, 147, 294.
Sitting on knees, 4, 11, 34, 52, 107,

196, 288, 289 ; Durham for kneel-

ing.
Six o'clock bell, 167 ; prayers, 264.
Skeat, Etymological Dictionary, 258,

277, 339, 348.
Skeles or Skelus, Geo, and Ra., 286.
Skirlaw, Skirlaugh, or Schirley,

wrongly Skirlam, Walter, bishop,

18, 59, 121, 165, 209, 245, 300 ;
altar of, 97 ; arms ot, 110*, 120,
165, 169, 209, 255, 289. The
bishop is said to have been the
son of a sieve-maker, " but it
seems highly probable that the
tradition arose from the bearing
on the bishop's shield of arms-
six

osier-wands interlaced."
Murray's Durham Cathedral, 1869,
355.

Godwin does not mention
this tradition, but Leland does :
“ His Fathar, as some say, was a
Makar of Ciffenes for Meale.”
Itin., Hearne's ed., 1744, Vol.
viii, p. 9;

marg. fol.

52a.
“ Ciffene " seems to be a word
allied to Cifte and Cyft, obsolete
forms of Sift; bench in chapel of,
209 ; benefactions of, 75, 76, 254 ;
body of, 18, 209; chantry chapel
of, 209; executors of, 255 ; for-
merly bishop of Lichfield and of
Wells, 75; grave-cover of, 18,

209.
Slater (valect.), 145.
Slawghterman (gromus), 146.
Sleaven on, 95, 277.
Smales, the lame boy, 300.
Smart, Ja., 163, 164.
Smith (faber), 145.
Smith's work, 246.
Smith, Smyth or Smythe, Bern., 164,

299* ; Edw., 145, 162*, 298 ; Joh.,
97 ; Joh., Dr., his edition of Bede,
160, 197, 230, 235: Rob., 90 ;
Will., 162, 298* ; Will., sen., 162,

298 ; Will., bishop of Lincoln, 220.
Smoked black images, 19, 25, 210.
Socks, 97; and boots put on the

dead, 51, 52, 237 ; whole and haif,

100 ; of woollen cloth, 100.
Socket for banner, 96, 277 ; of

Neville's Cross, 27, 217.
Socne, 137, 294; soca, “jurisdiction ;

interpellatio majoris audientiæ, a
liberty, privilege or franchise,
granted by the king to a subject ;
also the area within which that

franchise is exercised."-Stubbs.
Sodor, Man, and the Isles, bishops,

see Richard.
Solarium Caritatis, 268.
Solder, used in Neville's Cross, 27,

28.
Sole, 83 ; sill of a window.
Sole stone, 27 ; the foundation stone

of Neville's Cross, on which the

socket stone was fixed.
Somerset, Joh., 123.

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Somner, Mr., Life of, 297 ; Stammine, 97, 100, 282. (1) woollen
Roman Ports, 297.

cloth or linsey-woolsey ; (2) shirts,
Song-school, in cloisters, by Trea etc., made thereof, as now

sury, 97, 263, 264, 278 ; in Centory speak of “flannels.” Otherwise
Garth, 62, 247 ; do., disused and Tamine or Tammy, a kind of stuff,
decayed, 63 ; formerly Sexton's from Old Fr. estamine,
checker, 97 ; Langley's, 44; in nected with stamen, a thread,
south aisle of Lantern, 264 ; “the warp standing up in an
master of, 43, 164, 165, 231 ; Old, upright loom," Skeat.
170.

Stanchels, 68, 74 ; stanchions or
Song-schools, 18, 22, 164, 209, 299. upright bars. In the case of
Sophronius, 135.

windows, the iron uprights be-
South Bailey, 84, 263.

tween the mullions, sometimes the
South door of church, 61 ; holy mullions themselves.
water stone at, 38.

Stanchell, 83 ; a mullion.
South gates, why so called, 273. Stanley, Memorials of Canterbury,
South Kensington Museum, 202.

196.
South quire door, 8, 9, 77, 200. Star, of Bethlehem, in glass, 47 ; of
South Saxons, 128.

great compass, 40.
Southwark, 240.

Stars, little gilted, 38 ; of gold, 38,
Sovereigns, pedigrees of, xi.

40 ; or mullets, 119.
Spalter, 52*, 238.

Statues of founders, etc., on steeple,
Spark or Sparke, bishop suffragan, 93.
etc., 39, 100, 166, 224, 225, 282, Status or lists, of feretrars, 288.
288, 300.

Statutes, alleged order in, 265.
Speaker's Commentary, 200.

Staves of iron, for shrine-cover, 5,
Spear point, banner on, 23.

197.
Spekehouse, 238.

Steel indicated by blue glass, 290.
Spencer, arms of, 255.

Steeple, a square-topped tower that
Spendement or Splendement, 263. never had a spire, 92, 274*.
Spices, 99 ; against Lent, 101, 283. Stephanus, S. (abbas), 135.
Spirit, wicked, in likeness of a Stephen, king, 20, 21 ; said to have
woman, 120.

been uncle of bishop Pudsey, 55,
Spiritual Court, 252.

73, 228, 241, 252.
Spital, the, at Northallerton, 253. Stephen, St., 113.
Splendement, le, see Spendement. Steps, to pulpit in Galilee, 46; in
Spouts of lavatory, 262.

the quire, 10, 11, 14*, 182, 187,
Sprinkling, 302, 303.

202 ; etc.,

to reading desk in
Square, 22, 213.

frater, 82.
Square taper, 11, 203.

Sternhold and Hopkins, 217.
Stable under porch of Almery, 91*. Stewart, Ely Cathedral, 247, 271,
Stabuli gromus, 146.

277
Staff of St. Christopher, 110, 113, Stichell, Rob., bishop, 55, 242, 243 ;

289; forked, for taking down or formerly Prior of Finchale, 55;
raising St. Cuthbert's banner, 96 ; founded Greatham Hospital, 256.
and cross in hand of St. James, Stobbs, Ric., 146.

u6; in hand of St. Michael, 115. Stockton, 243.
Staindrop, 137

Stoles, 10, 57, 172, 175, 180, 185,
Stairs to Anchorage, 17, 209; near 187, 190, 201, 221, 293.

clock, 167, 168, 301 ; to Dean's Stone, one, two bishops under, 54,
hall, 99, 101, 284; to Loft, 87*, 55.
269.

Stones in hand of St. Stephen, 113.
Stair head, of Almery, 91, 273.

Stone cutter, 295.
Stall, of Bishop of Durham, 211; Stone-henge, 262.

where novices learned, 84, 85, Ston irst College, 250.
264; or seat, for master of novices, Stool or seat for porter, 78, 257.
84, 264.

Stooles (stoles) and fannels, 10, 201.
Stalls on either side of corpse, 52 ;

Storehouse, 75.
in quire, 14.

Storer, Cathedrals, 259.
Stamford, 139.

Strangers, 99, 100; not suffered to

molest novices, 84, 85.

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