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Stratford, Joh., archbishop of Can-

terbury, 158.
Strictus pannus, narrow cloth ? 147.
Strype, Life of Parker, 265.
Stubbs, Glossary to Select Charters,

329, 345, 347, 349, 351, 353 ;

Reg. Sacr. Angl., 229, 295.
Studying in carrells, 83, 262 ; in

cloister till 3 p.m., 87:
Subdeacon without tunicle, 179, 182.
Subprior, or Supprior, 81, 93, 112,

259, 264, 267, 275 ; his chamber,
86, 93 ; dined and supped with
whole convent, 86, 267 ; sat as
chief among the monks at table,

87*, 93, 275
Subsacrist, 265.
Sudbury, dean, 164, 257, 260 ; Sir

John, 260.
Suffragan, 19, 39, 224.
Sufraigne, 19; a suffragan bishop.
Sulpicius, S., 128.
Sulpicius Severus, 135.
Summer hall, 281.
Sun, gilt star like to, 40 ; and moon,

in glass, 47 ; wanting light, 114.
Sunbeam shining on St. Cuthbert,

118.
Sunbeams on St. Oswald, 119.
Sunday, sermon on, in Galilee, 39,

46, 224.
Sundays and holy days, sermon on,

in Galilee, 46.
Sunday letter, 292 ; morning, holy-

water stones filled on, 38* ; pro-

cession on, 172, 179, 302.
Sunderland, 145
Superstructure in steeple, 93.
Supper, 93 ; ended at 5 p.m., 86.
Suppression, the, ix, xv, 6, 7, 39,
62, 63, 68, 73, 75, 91*, 92, 95, 101,

104, 198, 207, 224 ;
Dissolution.
Surplice, worn by clerk of feretory,

96, 277
Surtees, arms of, 255 ; History of

Durham, 157n., 240, 242, 254, 256 ;

do., Plates of seals in, 291.
Suspent, 39, 225.
Sussex Archæol. Collections, 266.
Suthfeld, Walt, de, bishop of Nor-

wich, 151, 152.
Swallwell, Dr., 18, 210 ; Edw., 145 ;

Tho., 146.
Swanpool, 261.
Sweeping and cleaning, 22.
Sweetmeats for Maundy, 256.
Swell, of organ, 300.
Swift, Mr., 100, 282 ; Rob., 206.
Sword with St. Katherine, 115; in

hand of St. Michael, 115.

Swythelm, king, 129.
Symeon, holy, 173*, 174*.
Symeon of Durham, xixn., 269,

270 ; Hist. Eccl. Dunelm., 223,
231, 240, 247*, 248, 249*, 250, 276,
293* ; Rolls edition of, 197, 241 ;
Rud's edition of, 228, 234, 241 ;
continuator of, 228, 252 ; narrative
based

on, 250 ; Opera et Collec-
tanea, Surtees Soc., I, 197, 215,

227*, 234, 241.
Symson, Joh., 286.
Tabernacle, for Sacrament, 199.
Table in frater, 82 ; in treasury, 84*,

263.
Table cloths, 81, 99 ; napkins, 99.
Table Hall at Canterbury, 270.
Table, 33, 40, 221, 225; of pardons,

43, 230 ; triptych, 33, 221.
Tablets, for names of persons to be

prayed for, 208.
Tabula pacis, 200.
Tabulæ, pictures, 233:
Tabulæ, substitute for bells, 185,

187.
Tached, 13, 205.
Tackets for sepulchre, 204.
Tailor, Chamberlain's, 100.
Tailors, 283.
Tailors' shop, 296.
Taking to pieces, 9, 13, 206, 209.
Tallis, Tho., epitaph of, 231.
Tallow for cressets, 3, 22 ; see 85 ;

195, 213.
Tamine or Tammy, 348.
Tapers, 9, 11, 12, 201.
Taperers, 302.
Tarragona (Terraco), 130.
Tasselled canopy, 205.
Taunton, on Black Monks, 277.
Tavernum (Therouane), 130.
Tavistock Abbey, 282.
Taylor, Mr., 300.
Taylyour, Tho., 144.
Team, 294 ; "the right of compelling

the person to whose hands stolen
or lost property was found to
vouch to warranty, that is, to
name the person from whom he

received it."--Stubbs.
Te Deum, shrine exposed during

94, 276 ; sung, I07, 205, 214.
Te Deum window, 32, 78.
Teasdale, -, 164.
Tees, river, 137, 145, 251.
Tees and Tyne, land between, 137.
Tempest, arms of, 255.
Temple, the Inner, 297.
Temporal law, 89; men, offences

of, 89.

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Tenter hooks, 276 ; originally hooks

for attaching cloth to the
"tenters" which it was
stretched; hence any similar

hooks.
Terce, 172, 179, 279.
Terence, 263.
Terraco (Tarragona), 130.
Terrarii gromus, 146.
Terrer, 89, 90, 99, 272, 281.
Terrer's chamber, 100 ; checker, 99,

281.
Terrers' rolis, 281.
Tersanctus, 216.
Testamenta Eboracensia, 324, 341*.
Textus (tectos ?), 262.
Thanksgiving, public, ix.
Theodore, St., archbishop of Canter.

bury, 127, 131*, 133, 134, 135.
Theodulphus, S., 130.
Theonas, S., 134.
Theophanius, 126.
Therouane (Tavernum), 130.
Thirlby, Tho., bishop of Ely, 285.
Thirteen poor men's feet washed,

256.
Thmuis, 293.
Thockerington, 218.
Tholetum (Toledo), 128.
Thomas, a monk, 114, 120 ; St.,

114, 116; feast of, 229 ; of Canter-
bury, St., martyrdom of, 119;

bishop of Enaghdun, 152, 158.
Thompson, Sir E. M., xiv ; Biblio-
graphica, 248 ; Customary edited
194 ;

English Illuminated
MSS., 248.
Thomson, Ant., 146; Tho., 145.
Thorney, 130:
Thorns and thickets, 66, 71, 249.
Thornton, passage at, 238.
Thornton, Roger, brass of, 320.
Thorough carved work, 79; see

Through.
Thorp, archdeacon, 159.
Thread, white and black, 282.
Threserhouse, treasure house, q.v.
Threshfield, x, xi.
Thrones (angels), 292.
Throsby referred to, 208.
Through (of marble or stone), 15,

44, 59, 60*, 68, 87, 207, 233.
Through stone, over tomb of St.

Cuthbert in the cloisters, 68, 74.
Through stones, 59, 60*.
Through carved work, 33, 79;

perforated or open-work, in which
ihe wood is cut through so as to
show either day-light or plain
wood, or soine gilding or colour
at the back of it.

Thurible, at blessing of paschal,

188 ; empty, bearer of, 185, 187;
kindled from the new fire, 186,

187 ; see Censers.
Thuribler, 179*.
Thurstinus, 128, 293.
Thwart, athwart, 118.
Tingle nails (tynkyll nayll), the
smallest nails, sprigs, or tacks,

260.
Tipt staffe, 8, 200 ; a staff tipped

with silver or with some device, a
verger's mace.
To, 92, 274 ; in the presence of.
Tobias, 172.
Todde, Dr., 99.
Tol, 294 ; toll, duty on imports.
Toledo (Tholetum), 128.
Toll, to sound a bell in a particular

way, 39, 224.
Toll booth, 107, 288.
Tomb, money laid on, 276; of

bishop Beck, 2, 194 ; of St. Bede,
examinations of, 235; of St. Cuth-
bert in the cloisters, 68, 74, 251 ;
made by bishop William I, 73 ;
the windows in connexion with,

77, 255 ; of St. Godric, 253.
Tombs, canopied, called shrines,”

347
Tombstone, of bishop Beaumont, 15,

206 ; of bishop de Bury, 2, 194.
Tombstones, in Mrs. Whittingham's

yard, 62, 246 ; profaned by dean

Whittingham, 60.
Torches, 13; appertaining to ban-

ners, 107, 108.
Towels, 83, 262; ambry or closets

for, 79, 257, 262* ; do., bill for
making of, in 1433, Scr. Tres,

App. No. cccxlvii.
Tower, battle watched from, 214;

central, 213 ; N. W., 224.
Tower lights, or windows, 48, 50,

51, 110, 111*, 112*, 113*, 114, 115*,
116*, 117*, 121, 122*, 236, 237,

289 ; same as turret lights, q.v.
Towle bowth, 107, 288.
Townsend, Dr., 230.
Tracts sung by two in albes, 189.
Trade guilds, 288.
Traditions as to St. Cuthbert, 301.
Trajectum (ad Mosam, Maestricht),

130, 132.
Transept, north, 302 ; south, 168,

301, 303.
Transepts, see Alley, of Lantern.
Transeptal chapel, 210.
Translation of Bishop Eadmund, 55.
Translations of early bishops, 240 ;

by,

Tyne and Wear, lands between, 139.
Tynemouth, 64, 149.
Tynemouth, John of, 293.

of St. Bede, 45, 46 ; of St. Cuth-

bert, 63, 67, 69.
Transoms, 291.
Trap door, 89, 27?.
Travellers, provision for, 89.
Treasure of the church, 83*, 263,

295.
Treasurer of the Chapter 277 ;

duties of, 202.
Treasurers' books, 278, 298, 299.
Treasure-house, 83*, 84*, 263, 264,

265, 278 ; ambries in, 263.
Treasury, chests in, 84, 263, 264 ;

documents in, 217.
Treasure house door, 84, 85, 263.
Treasury, the new, 81, 263.
Trecasina (Troyes), 132.
Trellis, 37, 223 ; holes connected

with, 223.
Trellis door, 37, 221, 223.
Trent, river, 138.
Tresaunce, le, 259.
Trichecus Rosmarus, 276.
Trinity, Holy, representations of,
30, 290, 292.
Trinity Sunday, procession on, 105,

106; Thursday after, 107.
Triple crown, 115.
Triptych (see Table).
Tristram, canon, 290, 296.
Trithemius, De Scr. Eccl., 234.
Triumphal entry, 180, 181.
Troyes (Trecasina), 132.
Tunycle for the Pascall, 202. Pro-

bably for the deacon at the
blessing of the paschal; see p.

187.
Tunicle, 221 ; sub-deacon without,

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Udalric, 262.
Ugenius, bishop, 76.
Umfreville, arms of, 255.
Underwood, Joh., 144.
Unicorn horn, 94, 276.
University Coll. Oxon. MS., 196.
Urbanus V, pope, 125.
Urbs Legionum (Caerleon-on-Usk,

Isca Silurum), 129.
Urceoli, cruets, 171, 201.
Ursinus, 135
Usher, Gentleman, 256.
Usher door, 78, 87, 90, 238, 256,

269, 273.
Uthred, earl of Northumberland, 66,

71, 251.
Utware, 294 ; explained as a grant

of land by the king from the public

land : Thorpe.”—Stubbs.
Valectus, 144, 294.
Valectus carter, 145; cellarii vini,
144 ;

d'ni Prioris, 145 ;
parvæ domus, 145; promptuarii,
294 ; refectorii, 145 ; sclater, 145;
stabuli, 144 ; terrarii, 145.
Valecti, liveries of, 144, 147; clerici,

144 ; officiariorum, 145.
Valence, 344.
Valencia, 129.
Valhalla, 237.
Vandals (Wandales), 137.
Van Mildert, Will., bishop, 243.
Varnish, green, 30; red or sanguine,
Varnished work, 2, 5, 19, 30, 32, 40.
Vault (charnel) in Centry garth,

59, 245 ; a little, called the Covie,
92, 170, 274 ; candlestick found
hid in, 206 ; the middle, 7, 198 ;
pulley under, 4, 197 ; of south

quire aisle, 19.
Vaults for bones, 245, 246.
Vaults (groining), 11, 203.
Vaulted basement of guest hall,

272.
Vaulting that fell in, 272.
Vecta (Wight), 128.
Velvet, black, 171; of divers colours,

171 ; red, 7, 171 ; red and gold,
for sepulchre, 12; red and white,

of St. Cuthbert's banner, 26, 95.
Vere, arms of, 169, 255.
Verger, 256 ; old, portrait of, 200.
Vergers, 8, 9, 200, 265.
Verses, Latin, 124 ; in glass, 76,

255; on St. Bede's shrine, 45, 233.

179, 182.

5, 19, 32, 81.

Tunstall, Cuthb., bishop, 59, 166,

245, 286, 288.

Turgot, prior, 55, 56*, 67*, 72, 240,

241, 242, 250 ; as bishop of St.
Andrew's, 56*, 242; carried to

Durham for burial, 56, 242.
Turret windows or lights, 109*,

110*, 4*, 114*, 119*, 120*, 121,

122, 236, 289.
Tutor, see Novices.
Twelve lessons, feasts of, 191.
Two bodies in one grave, 240.
Tyled stone, 86, 267 ; stone paver's

resembling tiles.
Tyler, Tho., 164.
Tymensis episcopus (of Thmuis in

Egypt?), 130, 293.
Tyndall, Ric., 145.
Tyndes, 24 ; the tines or pointed

branches of the horns of deer.
Tyne, river, 135, 137, 139.
Tyne and Tees, land between, 236.

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Verty, Cuthbert, 146.
Vespers, 276, 301.
Vestibule, 226.
Vestment, 57, 221, 243 ; often used

of a complete set of Eucharistic

vestinents ; red, 118.
Vestments, 8, 17, 22, 98, 171 ; suits

of, 32, 221 ; and plate, given to

St. Cuthbert, 106*.
Vestry, 8, 9, 19, 162, 211, 278 ;

ordinations in, 19, 212 ; organ-loft
near, 163; used by Minor Canons,

211.

Vestry house, 162 ; glass in, 117,

118.
Vestries, constructed outside, 218.
Vicar general, Prior Turgot made,

67, 72:

Vice Prior, 94*, 259, 275, 284.
Victoris, S., abbas, 125.
Vigor, S., 133.
Villains, great, 169*.
Viollet le Duc, on bonehouses, 315.
Vincentius Lirinensis, 135.
Viretum Palatii, 298.
Virgil, 263.
Virgin, the B., and St. John, figures

of, on processional crosses, 201.
Virtues (angels), 292.
Viscera interred separately, 241.
Vision, king David's, 24 ; Prior

Fossour's, 23.
Visitatio tumuli, 269.
Visitations of monastery, 102, 108,

284, 285.
Visitation Articles, of archbishop

Cranmer, 201.
Visitors, 102*, 103*, 284, 286.
Vitas Patrum, 267.

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ceiling of, in cloisters, 77, 254 ;
ceiling of, within East Cloister
door, 40 ; chambers of, in dorter,
85, 266 ; imbroidered work of, so,
258 ; partitions of, 2; pictures on,
113 ; Prior Castell's, in frater, 80,
257 ; reredos of, 212 ;

sawn for
sepulchre, 204 ; screen of, 38*,
224, 226; screen of, over table in
frater, 82 ; seats and partitions of,
in Privies, 86; shrines of, 2;
shrine-covers of, 4. 45 ; stalls of,
84, 85, 264.
Waird, 97, 279:
Waiting at table, 90.
Wakefield, old Park at, 294.
Walbran, Guide to Ripon, 193, 245.
Walcher, bishop, 55, 240, 243 ; acts

of, 140 ; proposed monks, 140* ;

slain, 140*.
Walcott, Scotimonasticon, 199 ;

Traditions, etc., 265.
Walking on the sea (St. Peter), 121.
Wall broken through, 2, 194.
Wall-benches in chapter-house, 243.
Wall-lockers, 199.
Wall-painting, 226.
Wall-paper on roof-timbers, 296.
Walnuts, 101, 284.
Walrus, 276.
Walton's Polyglot, 247.
Walworth, 23.
Wand of silver, for banner, 26.
Wandales (Vandals), 137;
Wanded or wattled kirk, 66, 71,

249, 251*.
Wandes, Wandyd, 66, 249.
Wandragesilus, S., 134.
Warburton, Will., bishop of Glou-

cester, xvn.
Warde Lawe, 66, 71, 249.
Warden Law, 249.
Wardens of the Mass, 220.
Ware, abbot, Consuetudinary of,

194, 278.
Warming-house, 270.
Warmness, footboards for, 62, 79,

2.13.
Warınington, vestry altar at, 212.
Wars, Danish, cessation of, 65, 70.
Was, 39, 83 ; Durham for were.
Washing before dinner, 82, 262; of

dead body, 237.
Washing-house, 60, 246.
Washington, prior, see Wessington.
Watching to God, 14.
Watching-chamber, 211.
Watchmen that lay in the church,

39, 40.
Water chamber, 281.
Water conduit in dean's kitchen, 61.

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Wafers for letters, 194 ; at Maundy,

78, 79, 256.
Wages, allowance of money to a

monk to find him apparel, 97 ;
never received by novices, 97,
278 ; oi Prior's household, 101 ;

of servants, 99.
Waghorn, Mrs., xvii.
Wainscot, 2; the usual term for

oak as used in church or house-
hold fittings, such as panelling,
ambries, etc. The word is a
corruption of the Old Dutch
waeghe-schot, wall-boarding: -
Skeat ; aumbries of, 5, 83, 98,
262 ; about altars, viz., of the
Bound rood, 41 : of Jesus, 32, 33 :
of the Neville porch, 40 : of Our
Lady, 43, 44, 230; at back of Black
Rood, 18, 19; etc., burnt, 163 ;
carrells and their doors of, 83 ;

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Water supply, inonastic, 261.
Watkins, H. W., archdeacon, 296.
Watson, Mr., 171 marg. ; Rog.,
99, 273, 281 ; Will., 94, 101, 275,

284.
Wattled churches, 249.
Watts, Dr., 272.
Waverley, cresset at, 195.
Wax, blessing of, 172; for church,

97.

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Wheler, Sir George, 46.
“Where is St. Cuthbert's body?”

286.
Whig, a rank, 169.
Whitby (Qwytby), 128.
Whitby, Ďr., 69, 108, 251, 288.
White, J., xviii.
White church, 67*, 72, 140, 141,

249, 250, 251.
White glass, 109, 110,

II, 115*,
116, 117.
Whitehead, Hugh, last Prior and

first Dean, 54, 90, 171 marg., 210,

239.
Whitehede, Rob., 145.
Whitfelde, Tho., 147.
Whithern, 295*.
Whitleather, 279.
Whitsunday, 95; procession on,
Whittingham, Daniel and Tim., 246 ;

Will., dean, 26, 39, 169*, 170, 216,
217, 257, 265; broke up image of St.
Cuthbert, 68, 75; his depredations
on roof of frater, 81 ; his hatred
of ancient monuments, 69, 75; his
profanations, 60, 61 ; took away
holy-water stones to his kitchen,

61.
Whittingham, dean, and Mrs., wills

of, 246; Katherine, house of, 61,
246 ; her profanations, 26, 61, 62,

217.
Widdrington, arms of, 255.
Wight (Vecta), isle of, 128.
Wight, Durham for “ weight," 112.
Wigornia (Worcester), q.v.
Wilfrid, St., archbishop of York, 50,

127, 139; in glass, 49, 65, 70.
Wilkins, Concilia, 201, 202, 237, 278,

288.
William I, king, 20, 21, 137, 141, 212,

294 ; II, king, 20, 21, 55, 138, 141,
241, 242 ; king of Scots, 21, 22;
St., archbishop of York, 118, 250,
291 ; 1, bishop,

Carilet;
II, bishop, see Barbara ; bishop of
Brechin, 155 ; bishop of Caith-
ness, 152* ; bishop of Dunkeld,
155 ; son of Absolon, 253.
Willis, Browne, Cathedrals, 217,

239, 240*, 241*, 242*, 244, 245 ;
Henry, organ-builder, 300 ; Pro-
fessor R., on Conventual Buildings
at Canterbury, 261*, 263, 266, 268,
271, 335; on Worcester Cathedral,

246.
Willonne, Will, 94.
Willoughby, arms of, 255.
Willoughby de Eresby, Rob. Drum-

mond, 244.

Wax lights, distribution of, 174 ; on

Easter Even, 186, 187.
Waynman (gromus, bis}, 146.
Wear (Wirus), river, 73, 134, 139.
Wearmouth (Monk), 134, 138, 140,

141, 149 ; monks of, 67, 72.
Weepers, 245.
Weeping, St. John Evang. by

Cross, 117.
Well, in cloister-garth, xxi, 261 ;

at Sartry, 296.
Well-houses and well connected

with Galilee, 232.
Wells, bishops of, see Skirlaugh ;

Cathedral of, plan of, 303n. ; choir-
screen at, 212 ; Jesse window at,

228 ; processional stones at, 303.
Wellesiey, Dr., horses of, 272.
Wendover, Flores Hist., 240.
Wenlock, lavatory at, 261, 262.
Were, 294.
Wergild, 294 ;

“the payment for the
slaying of a man.”—Stubbs.
Wessington, Weshington, or Wash-

ington, John, prior, xviii, xixn.,
22, 23, 53, 124n., 207, 208, 212, 213,
220, 244, 269, 278, 289.
West window, 42, 227.
Westminster Abbey, altar of St.
Faith at, 212 ;

candlestick at,
202 ;

common-house at, 270 ;
dresser windows at, 269 ; duties
of westerer at, 212 ; lavatory at,
261 ; Maundy at, 256 ; Maundy
bench at, 257 ; misericorde at,
268 ; nine-holes at, 277 ;
dorter at, 266 ; shrine at, 196 ;
shrine-altar at, 197 ; towel-
ambries at, 262 ; two doors at,
198 ; water supply of, 261.
Westminster Hall, xv.
Westmoreland, earl of, 40, 58, 244.
Westou, Alfredus filius, Westoue,

Elfred, 131, 275, 287.
Westwood, Miniatures and Orna-

ments, 248.
Wheat, 100, 278, 279.
Wheel of St. Katherine, 112, 113,

115.
Wheels under Archangels, 122.
Wheelwright, 145.

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