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Fish, 259.
Flackets, 201.
Flambard, Ra., bishop, 55, 228, 241,
250,

251, 252 ; furthered the
building of the church, 73, 141 ;
said to have made a Dun Cow
74, 254 ; statue of, 93.
Flanders, builders from, 25.
Flashe, 28, 217.
Flass Bog, street, and well, 217*.
Flemyng, Alan, brass of, 320.
Flesh meat, 259.
Fleury (Floriacum), 130 ; the O's at,

Forms in quire, 175, 191; prostration

over, 175; long, for children in
Song-school, 62.
Former part, 20, 212; see Fore part.
Forster, Joh., 162, 164, 298.
Forth, river, 138.
Fosbrooke, British Monachism, 271.
Fossour, John, Prior, 23, 29, 165,

166, 214, 215, 227, 239, 300 ; body
of, found, 218; first prior buried
out of Centory garth, 53 ; works

of, in the Church, 218.
Foster, Ja., 146; Tho., 146; Will.,

283

100, 206.

201.

Fothergill, Dr., 170.
Foundation stones, 55, 56, 67, 72,

241, 242.
Founders, prayers for, 98*.
Fountains abbey, founded by Thurs-

tan, 128 ; frater pulpit at, 260 ;
infirmary at, 271; indications of
canopy at, 226; lavatory at, 261 ;
lockers at, 195 ; Nine Altars at,
193 ; perpent walls at, 195 ; pro-
cessional stones at, 303 ; screens

and parclose at, 195.
Fountains in garden, 160, 297.
Foursquare plank for Paschal, 10,

202.

on

Flight into Egypt, 50, 236.
Flint, etc., fire produced from, 185,
Flodden field, 93n., 277.
Floor-piscina, 230.
Florenc., Joh., 145.
Floriacum (Fleury), 130.
Flour for obleys, 278.
Flowers, distribution of, 181.
Flowers of silk and gold, 26.
Flowers, 11; branches of the Paschal

candlestick probably terminating
in representations of flowers. Cf.
p. 202, last

note. Also Test.
Ebor., vi, 97,

a great candle.
stick of latten with xv floures
or lightes thereto belonginge
(1540), and Test. Ebor., v, 128,
quoted in N.E.D. under Flower,
5, e.
Flower-beds, ornamental, 289.
Flower de luces, 15.
Flushing of privies, 266.
Folden gates, 99, 281.
Folding door, 37.
Font destroyed, 163, 206; in Galilee,

46, 235.
Footboard, 257
For, 79; Durham for Fore.
Forcer, see Fossour.
Fordham, Joh., bishop, 213 (but it

does not appear that the bishop
of Durham confirmed the use of

the mitre, etc.).
Fordun, Scotichronicon, 215.
Fore hammer, 102, 284.
Fore part, 33, 40, 221 ; see Former

part.
Forester, 145.
Form or seat, long, between Rood

doors, 34, 114, 221, 290 ; long, for

Maundy, 77, 78, 256, 257.
Forme, Fourme, 77, 256 ; with
““ form

in the sense of a long
seat, the N.E.D. compares the
Old French s'asseoir en forme, to
sit in a row or in fixed order.

Fowler, C. -Hodgson, 296; James,

Tree of Jesse, 228 ; J. T.,
Durham Cathedral, 227; Will.,

engraving of glass by, 290.
Fox and geese, game of, 277.
Fox, Ric., bishop, 199, 259; of

Winchester, 193.
Foxe, Acts and Monuments, 246.
Frame, iron, for cressets, 3, 195.
Framwellgate, 104; the part of the

city of Durham that lies on the
left bank of the river westward ;

bridge of, 141 ; bridge end, 61.
France, Bishop Beaumont's arms of,

15; blood royal of, 15; builders
from, 25; great O pittances in,
270 ; king and queen of, 133, 134 ;

mode of ringing in, 224.
Franche (free), 198, see French peir.
Franciscans, 267.
Franciscus, S., 130.
Frankfort, 239.
Frater-house or Frater, 4, 79-82,

86, 87*, 170, 197, 257-260, 268, 303 ;
door from, to Covey, 274; keys
of, 94; master of, 93 ; plate in,
259; reading desk in, 82, 260;
subsidiary, 268; vaulting under,
259, 260. The identification of the
base of the frater pulpit, p. 260,
is hardly confirmed by subsequent
examination of the place.-Ed.

[blocks in formation]

221.

for, 151; inscription in, 252 ;
inscriptions formerly in, 230 ;
naming of, 43, 228; organ in, 207 ;
paintings in, 233* ; procession in,
303, 303nn. ; pulley in, 233 ;
sermon in, 39, 46, 224 ; synod in,
210; well-house of, 232 ; work of
Bishop Langley in, 49; why so
called, 43, 229; why at west end,
43, 229; windows in, 47-51, 235-

237
Galilee bell, 41, 165, 166*, 227 ;

bells, 34, 222; door, 39, 41, 42 ;
door, north, in end of church, 110;
door, south, in end of church, m;

steeple, 38, 39, 165, 166.
Galil monastic, 230.
Gallery, the bishop's throne, 210;

moderi, 209 ; outside steeple, 93 ;
stone, of window, 31; within

steeple, 92.
Galloway, bishop of, 148 ; bishops

of, see Daltown, Gilbert, Henry.
Galwathia, 148, 295.
Games, indoor, 277.
Garden of Common House, 88, 270.
Gardener (ortulanus), 146.
Gardens, 160, 296, 297.
Garderobes, 296, 297.
Gargrave, Sir Tho., 294.
Garlic, 283.
Garmundisway, 137.
Garner, 160.
Garners, keeper or master of, 100,

281, 282; his chamber,

checker, ib.
Gasquet, F. A., Henry VIII, etc.,

284.
Gate of church garth, 57 ; at Windy

Gap, 288.
Gateshead, 55, 163, 243 ; bishop

Walcher slain at, 140.
Gaufridus Rufus, bishop, 55, 241,

252.
Gavanti, Comment in Rubricas

Breviarii, 268.
Gedworth (Jedburgh), 142.
Generosi, liveries of, 144, 147.
Geneva, Puritans at, 169, 216, 217.
Geneva Gang, 169.
Genoa, Bede honoured at, 234.
Gent Hall, at Ely, 271.
Gentlemen buried in Centry garth,

59 ; four ancient, bearing canopy,
13, 205 ; sent their evidences to
the Treasury, 84* ; the Prior's,

90.
Gentlewomen, their pew, and their

misbehaviour therein, 18, 209.
Geometrical tracery, 231.
George I, xiii.

Frideswide, St., sbrine of, 196.
Fringe, gold, 13; red silk and gold,

of banner, 26.
Frock, a garment worn under the

Cowl, q.v., 97, 277.
Front, 1*, 193
Frontals, 171*.
Frontispiece, 6; the Neville screen.

See Front.
Fronto, S., 130
Frosterley marble, 222, 241.
Fruits, dried, 284.
Fuel, 283.
Fulda, 127
Fulgentius, S., 131.
Fuller, Tho., on dean Horne, 240 ;

on Toby Matthew, 256.
Fullon, 137, 294.
Fulthorp, arms of, 255.
Funerals, 51, 52, 237; of bishops,

57, 243, 244.
Furness, cresset at, 195.
Furniture, of Our Lady's Altar, 44.
Furthe, Durham for “forth,” 33, 36.
Fyshake (gromus), 146, 294.
G. (Gale), R., 161*, 165, 168.
Gabriel, the Angel, uu*, 117, 122,

285 ; salutation of, 47.
Gainford, 142:
Gale, Rog., jun., 161, 297 ; Sam.,

297 ; Tho., dean of York, 297.
Galgala, 229.
Galilee, 42, 229.

(For “person of
greatest dignity,” p. 229, read,

“ celebrant ").
Galilee, 38*, 42-51, 73, 96, 103*,

136, 141, 152, 153, 161, 194, 223,
225, 228–238, 265, 286, 298;
almsbox in, 233 ; aumbries in,
193 ; begun at east end, 43, 229 ;
columns in, 229, 232 ; indulgence

100 ;

George, St., 110, 116 ; arms of, 116,

290.
Gerard, Sir Gilbert, xiii.
German, prior, 255.
Germanus, S., 129, 131.
Gerona (Gerunda), 130.
Gerunda (Gerona), 130.
Gesta Abbatum S. Albani, 269.
Giant's Carole, 262.
Gilbert, bishop of Galloway, 151*,

152.
Gilding, 2, 5, 17, 20, 195 ; of mazers,

80, 81 ; under open carved work,
80; and painting of image of
St. Cuthbert, 68 ; and colour in

wall-paintings, 80.
Giles (Egidius), St., 112, 137, 290.
Giles, St., church of, 231.
Gilesgate, 227, 274.
Gimmers, 30, 33.
Girdle, of albe, 221 ; for banner, 96,

277
Giruense monasterium (Jarrow),

136.
Gisborne, Mr., 159.
Gisla Saga, 237.
Glasgow, 132; bishop of, 148 ;

bishops of, see Bondington, Ken-
tigern ; bishops of, rural palace of,

295
Glazing in north alley of cloister, 83,

262.
Glass, description of histories in,

211; use of, first introduced, 135 ;
white, 262 ; with imagery, broken,

47.
Glass, a, for the viewers, 106.
Glastonbury, 130.
Globe in hand of God represented

in glass, 47, 114.
Gloss, interlinear, 248.
Gloucester, ishop Edmund trans-

lated from, 55, 243.
Gloucester, bishops of, see War-

burton ; carrels at, 262 ; chime at,
225; College of, in Oxford, 278;
fox and geese at, 277 ; infirmary
at, 271 ; lavatory at, 261, 262 ; no
great shrine at, 196; relic-
cupboard at, 193 ; towel-ambries

Godwin, Catalogue of Bishops, 240,

320, 347
Gold, cloth of, cope of, 105, 106 ;

lions of, on robe, 106* ; metwand
of, 102, 285 ; offered, 94, 276 ;
processional cross and staff of,
105; and precious stones on book

cover, 65, 70, 248, 249.
Goldsmith, 102, 284.
Goldsmith's work, 9, 10, 200.
Good Friday, 11, 12, 30, 204, 205,

219.
Googe, Barnabe, 287.
Gospatricus comes, 239.
Gospel, 8, 13, 205 ; exposition of,

207 ; lights at, 182 ; reading of,
179, 182 ; of St. John, St. Cuth-

bert's copy of, 250.
Gospels, book ot, laid on great

Altar, 73 ; book of, that fell into
the sea, 65, 67, 70, 73, 248, 249,
250 ; how and when sung in Holy
Week, 204 ; Lindisfarne, 248;

text of, censed, 182.
Gospel ambo, 202 ; desk, censed,

179, 182.

Gospeller, 8*, 9, 199, 302,
Gostling, walk in Canterbury, 303n.
Gough, R., ed. of Camden, 303n.
Gough MSS., xii, 161, 278.
Grace said, 82, 93.
Grace cup, 80, 258.
Gracianus de Tuscia, 135.
Gradus pavimenti, 182, 187.
Grail, the Gradual or book of

antiphons sung at the steps of the
altar, between the Epistle and
Gospel ; used in teaching of

children, 231.
Grammar School, Langley's, 14;

the present, 233, 246.
Granator, see Garners.
Granarius (gromus), 146.
Granary, 159
Grancolas, Comment. in Romanum

Breviarium, 238, 279.
Granetarius, see Garners.
Grant, Old and New Edinburgh,

215
Grantham, crypt at, 246.
Grassplat, 270.
Grate, 42, 227 ; an iron grille or

railing ; of prison of S. J. B., 113 ;
of prison of St. Katherine, 119;

of Sanctuary, 41, 42, 226, 227.
Grates of Neville porch, 40, 226,

337 ; to relic-cupboards, 193.
Graves, making of, 52, 239.
Grave-covers, early, 246, 274.
Gravestones, removed to Abbey

at, 262,

Gloves for baking obleys, 279.
God Almighty, pictures of, 47, 112,

114, 116, 121, 122* ; with Christ in

His arms, 122.
God the Father, image of, 219;

picture of, 110, 290 ; with Christ

in His arms, 114.
Godric, St., 73, 252, 253.
Godfridus, S., 50.

spoones with thappostles gilted of

ther endes " (1540).
Guthlacus, S., 136.
Guthred, king, 42, 50, 139, 227, 236,

293.
Gymres, 33, gimmers or hinges.

yard, 62, 246; taken from Centry

garth, 61, 246.
Gray, Dr. Rd., 160 ; Tho., 284 ; see

Grey.
Graystanes, Rob. de, 242, 252, 269,

297
Great, 83, grate.
Great cellar, 265.
Great or more kirk, 66, 67, 72, 249*,

250, 251.
Greatham hospital, 55, 78, 166,

marg., 225, 256, 304.
Greece, 87, 269 ; to Cellarer's

checker, 99, 281 ; to Dean's hall,
99, 284 ; see Grees.
Greece foot, 87, 269.
Greeces to Almery, 91, 273.
Greeke, Mr., xixn.
Green church, 228.
Green cloth on table, 84*.
Green, Mr., 97, 278.
Greenfield, Will., archbishop of

York, 157*:
Greenwell, Rev. W., xxi, 252, 290 ;

Durham Cathedral, Notes, passim;
notes formerly in possession of,

207.
Greenwich, 231.
Grees, 10, 202.
Greggs, Joh., 298 ; Will., 162, 298.
Gregory, the Great, St., 16, 112,

115, 120, 124, 287.
Gregory VII (Hildebrand), pope,

72, 125
Gregory Nazianzen, 133.
Grey, Hon. Anchitel, 160, 297.
Grey, Walter, archbishop of York,

148, 253
Greystock, arms of, 255.
Gridiron with St. Lawrence, 119.
Griffin's claw, 167, 301.
Grigg, Will., 162, 298.
Gromi (thirty different, liveries of),

146, 147
Gromus, 146, 294.
Gromus popinæ, 294.
Grose, Antiquities, 218, 256.
Grosteste, Rob., bishop of Lincoln,

148.
Grove, Dictionary of Music, 204.
Guest chambers, 99, 281.
Guest hall, 89, 90, 99, 159*, 268, 272,

273, 296, 355 ; bells cast in, 166;
cellarage under, 272.
Guestmaster, 275.
Guiding rods for shrine covers, 103,

287.
Guignard, 255.
Guilted, 2, gilded. So in Test.
Ebor., vi, 107,

a dussen silver

Hackett, Rob., 194.
Hagerston, Rad., 144.
Haggitt, Dr., 160.
Halden, king of Danes, 64.
Halistan, 149.
Haliwerfolk, 236, 247.
Hall, A., xviii ; John, xv ; Jonathan,

170.
Halliwell, Glossary, 249.
Hallow Thursday, 105; Ascension

day.
Hallowing of holy water, 38*, 224.
Hamilton, Geo. Hans, archdeacon

of Northumberland, 296.
Hampshire Record Society, 275.
Hangings, see Curtains.
Hansard, arms of, 255.
Hardbrecins, 76, 254.
Harleian, see Manuscripts.
Harley, Lord, library of, 161.
Harness (joints), 13, 206.
Harold, king of England, 20, 21.
Harpsfield, Nic., Hist. Eccl. Angl.,

284, 286.
Harrison, John, 166.
Harswell, xi.
Hart, wild, legend of, 24, 215.
Hartburne, Sir Rob., 91, 92, 274.
Hartwell, Dr., 160.
Harvy, Dr., 69, 108, 251, 288.
Haslerigge, Sir Arth., 14, 206.
Hasta, bearer of, 185, 187 ; candles

on, 186, 203
Haswell, 252.
Hatfield (Yks.), crypt at, 246.
Hatfield, Tho. de, bishop, 19, 59,

210, 211, 214, 215, 243, 245, 277,
291 ; arms of, 19, 211 ; tomb of, 19,

210, 211* ; do., arms on, 255.
Hathbrande, prior of Canterbury,

270.
Haugh, 279
Haugustald. (Hexham), 127, 131.
Hay, 281.
Head of St. Aidan, 288; of St.

Ceolwulf, 126 ; of St. Oswald, 49,

236.
Headon, 341;
Hearne's Collections, 289, 297.
Heart-burial, 242.
Hebdomadarius, 185, 187.
Hegg, Stephen, Legend of St.

Cuthbert, ix, 206, 249.

Helena, St. (miscalled Elinor), 122,

292 ; altar of, 292 ; chapel of, 122,
222, 263.
Helenus, S., 129.
Helinandus, 136.
Heliopolis, 129.
Hell, chamber called, 271.
Hell-shoon, 237.
Helmet, crowned, of bishop Lang-

ley, 119.
Hemingburgh, 137, 195.
Hemming brough, John, prior, 30,

53, 166n., 219.
Hendle or Henley, Dr., 102*, 103,

284.
Henry, bishop of Galloway, 153,

154.
Henry 1, 21, 22, 138 ; II, 20, 21, 241 ;

III, 21*, 161, 243, 289; IV, V, 20,
21; VI, xviii, 49, 123, 212, 236 ;
his pilgrimage to Durham, 122,
292 ; VII, 222 ; VIII, 39, 95, 102,

103, 224, 231, 233, 251.
Henshaw, Will., 299.
Hensman, W., xv.
Henwick Hill, 261.
Her, said of a bell, 165.
Heraclides, S., 131.
Herald and Genealogist, 290, 291.
Heralds' College, drawing at, 06;

Dugdale's notes at, 255, 290.
Herbs in lieu of spices, 283.
Herculianus, S., 129.
Hereford, candlestick at, 202 ; fire-

place at, 218.
Hernes (harness), 13, 206.
Herod, pursuit by, 50, 236.
Heron, arms of, 255.
Herrings at Maundy, 78, 79.
Heseltine, Ja., 298.
Hessett, pix-cloth at, 199.
Heugh, 279.
Hexham (Augustald., Haugustald.),

127, 131, 149 ; bishops of, ix, see
Eata ; lavatory at, 261 ; relics of

St. Eata at, 142.
Heywood, dean of Lichfield, 220.
Higden, Ralph, 293.
“ High Altar," use of term, 196.
High Mass, 276, 280.
Hii (lona), 132, 133, 141.
Hildebert, king, 133.
Hildebrandus, pope, 125.
Hildefonsus, S., 128.
Hillarius, S., 127.
Hilton, arms of, 255.
Hind at feet of St. Giles, 112, 290.
Hing, Durham for “hang."
Hingeston-Randolph, F. C., 282.
Hispala (Seville), 127.

Historia Aurea, 130, 134, 293.
Historia de S. Cuthberto, 227 ;

Monasterii S. Petri Gloucestr.,

225.
Historiæ Recapitulatio, 227.
Histories, in Glass Windows, 109-

122, 288–292.
History, the Antient, 7, 45, 198, 233,

304.
History of the church, 106, 288, 304*.
History of the church at large, 4, 6,

57, 58, 197, 244, 288, 304 ; of the

monastical church, 49, 236, 304:
Hob of Pelaw, or, Hobby Pellel,

169, 301.
Hodgson, J. F., 253.
Hogg, John, and T. J., X.
Hogshead of wine in Common-

house, 101.
Hogsheads of wine, 99, 281.
Holland, Hugo, 144.
Hollar, his view of interior of Ca-

thedral, 299.
Holm in Spaldingmore, xi.
Holy bread, 231.
Holy Cross, 215.
Holy days, 98 ; and Fridays, mass

on, 92.
Holy Ghost overshadowing B.V.M.,

pictures of, 47, 122.
Holy Island, xvii, 42n., 63, 64, 67,

69*, 72, 149, 228; St. Peter's
church in, 63, 69 ; see Lindis-

farne.
Holy men's works, 83, 263, 304.
Holy Rood, miracle of, 24, 215;

taken, 25, 215.
Holy Rood Day, 24.
Holyrood, abbey of, 24, 215.
Holyrood house, 18, 19, 24, 210, 215.
Holy Thursday, procession on, 105,

106.
Holy water, 172, 174, 179, 182, 213,

231 ; bearer of, 179, 185, 187 ;
blessing of, 172, 179, 182 ; font or
fat of silver for, 13, 205 ; hallow-
ing of, 22, 213; Sprinkled on the
new fire, 186, 187; sprinkling

with, 172, 174, 179, 181, 182.
Holy water stone, 35, 40, 226;

protected from dust, 41.
Holy water stones, 22, 37, 38*, 60,

61, 62, 167, 213, 223, 224, 246 ;
drains in, 61, 246 ; screens over,
38, 40, 224, 226.
Holy Week, 204, 255.
Homors, the, 273 ; see Meist'omers.
Honoratus, S., 127.
Honorius, S., 128.
Hooks for shrine, 276.

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