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Hope, R. C., 287 ; W. H. St. John,

xx, xxi, 260, 266, 268, 270, 286,
302 ; on Fountains Abbey, over-
print, 195*, 221, original paper,
226, 230 ; on mazers, 258 ; on the

Sunday Procession, 302.
Hope and Fallow, on chalices, 239.
Hopkins and Rimbault, on The

Organ, 299.
Horace, 263.
Horn blown by St. Oswald, 118,

291.
Horn, socket of, for banner, 96,

277.
Horne, Rob., dean, 288 ; broke up

Corpus Christi shrine with his feet,
69, 288 ; broke up glass pictures
of St. Cuthbert, 77; converted
lead, etc., to his own use, 68,
75; an eager reformer, 54, 239 ;
"a great villain," 169, 170 ; his
hatred of ancient monuments,
69, 770
Horses of deceased bishop due to

prior and monks, 57, 244.
Horses, provender for, 100, 281.
Horseback, men upon, representa-

tion of, 10.
Horse-couper, 294.
Horse-shoeing, and shoes, 282.
Hospital of St. Mary Magdalene,

280.
Host, the blessed, conspicuous

through crystal, 12.
Hosts, 194, 279.
Hostillarius, 145, 264, 272.
Hostillar, three gromi of, 146.
Hostillars' rolls, 281.
Hoton, Ric, de, prior, 277.
Hough, le, 279.
Houghal, 219, 290.
Houghton-le-Spring, 249.
Houseling irons, 338.
Howden, 141, 241, 243*.
Howdenshire, 137, 141.
Howghells Altar, 113, 290.
Hucher, Vitraux Peints, 202.
Hudspeth, Joh., 145.
Hugh, abbot of St. Alban's, 269.
Hullocke, 76.
Hulne, courts at, 196 ; fireplace at,

194, 323
Hunredus, 65, 70.
Hunt, dean, 162, 220.
Hunter, Dr., xiv, xvii, xviii, xix, 11,

167; additions by, 263, 264, 269,
272 ; his editions of Rites, xvii,
xviii, 1591., 258*, 289; do., trans-
positions in, 274 ; notes of dates

by, 69–72, 251.
Hunter MSS., x, xi, xiii, xvii.

Hutchinson, Ric., 162, 164, 298.
Hutchinson, W., History of Durham,

x, xii, 1599., 218, 230, 240, 253*,
255, 256, 260, 274, 275, 288, 301.
Hyde Park, 261.
Hymns Ancient and Modern, 204.
Hymns, on Good Friday, 12, 204.
Ibex, horn of, 276, 301.
Iles, Mr., and Brien, x.
Image, containing the blessed host,

12, 13; of Our Lady of Bolton,
30; of the Resurrection, 12, 13,
205 ; of Christ, within that of Our
Lady of Bolton, 30, 219; of stone
or marble, of St. Cuthbert, 68,

74, 75.
Imbroidered, 80, 258.
Imprisonment, 89, 271.
Imps on bell ropes, 224.
Incense, blessing of, 185; for censing

candles, 174; Gospel book, 182 ;

palms, 181.
Incense-boats, 201.
incessanly, 52 ; Durham for “in-

cessantly."
Incest, 36 ; unchastity generally.
Indon, 137, 294:
Indulgences, xix, 148–158, 226, 295.
Infangenthef, 294 ; “jurisdiction

over a thief caught within the
limit of the estate to which the

right belonged."-Stubbs.
Infirm monks, 221.
Infirmarer, 275.
Infirmarer's chamber, 267.
Infirmary, monastic, plan of, 271 ;

see Farmery.
Infirmitorium sæcularium, 273.
Inner, 137, 294.
I.N.R.I. over head of Christ, 114.
Inscriptions beneath figures, 124-

136, 212, 292, 293 ; in windows,

109-122.
Insula, Rob. de, bishop, 55, 207,

242, 243.
Interdict, 46, 235.
Introit (Office), 8, 200.
In under (hyphened in MS. C.), 34,

62*, 87, 91*, 96 ; “ In and under,'
pronounced as one word “inan-
under,” is the common Durham

equivalent of “under."
Invention of the Holy Cross, 283.
Inventory of chapel, xx, 171.
Inventories of church goods, 253.
Iona (Hii), 132, 133, 141.
Ireland, intended removal of body

of St. Cuthbert to, 65, 70 ; kings
of, 63.

Irish legend of St. Cuthbert, 247 ;

lives of St. Cuthbert, 35, 223* ;

names of St. Cuthbert, 76.
Iron, loop of, 4, 6, 198 ; slots of, for

door, 84.
Irons, for canopy, 8, 199; marks

and holes of, 199 ; offerings hung
on, 5; relics hung on, 5; round
bishop Skirlawe's tomb, 18, 209 ;
to fasten images, 19; to guide
cover of St. Bede's shrine, 103,
287 ; the, used to support banners,
6, 198 ; towards Nine Altars, 6;

two, for pix canopy, 8.
Iron bars to hold by, 46; or iron-

bound chest, 73, 252 ; churches,
249 ; fastenings of Neville's Cross,
27 ; grate round Hatfield's altar,
19, 211; do., round Skirlawe's
tomb, 18, 209 ; do., and door in
Treasury, 83, 84*, 263 ; grates of
Neville porch, 40, 226; pikes on
doors, 33, 221 ; pikes on trellis,
37 ; pulpit, 16, 235 ; rail, to Loft
stairs, 87; rails in frater, 82 ;

wands for curtains, 7, 198, 199.
Is, Durham for “

are, 116.
Isidorus Hispalensis, S., 134, 255.
Islets frequented by SS. Cuthbert

and Eadbert, 132.
Italy, sacristy altars in, 212.
Ivory squared table, 84*, 263.

134

Jewels, 4, 5, 6, 10, 17, 94, 102, 103,

106*, 284, 288 ; offered, 94, 276 ;
taken at battle of Durham, 25 ;

white damask beset with, 7.
Johannes (archicantor), S., 134 ;

S., Damascenus, 134, 292 ; S.
(Gerund. Ep.), 130 ; S. (monachus

Egypcius), 135 ; Scotus, 135.
John Baptist, St., m*, 113*, 114,
117, 120* ; Evangelist, St., 109,

*, 112, 113, 114, 116, 117*;
Gospel according to, 182 ; symbol
of, 285; of Beverley, St., arch-
bishop of York, 136; king, 20, 21 ;

bishop of Connor, 157 ; prior, 171.
Joints (of silver, in a mazer), Su,

258.
Jonson, Cuthb., 209.
Jordani, the river, 120.
Jordan, Abraham, the organ-builder,

300.
Joseph, husband of Mary, figure of,

236 ; S. (monachus Egypcius),
Josaphat Rex Indorum, 125, 292.
Judaizing movement in twelfth

century, 202.
Judas cup, 80, 258.
Judas of the Paschal, Judases, 203.
Julian, John, Dictionary of Hymno-

logy, 204*.
Justus, S., 127.
Juvenal, 263
Kanutus (Cnut), king, 137
Karilephus, S. ; see Carilef.
Karolomannus Rex Francorum,

125.
Katherine, St., 2, 3, 6, 109, 112, 113,

115, 119, 195, 289, 290, 291 ; queen
of England, 20, 21; wife of dean

Whittingham, 26, 61, 62, 217.
Katherine wheel, 195.
Kaye Collection, British Museum,

218, 227, 252, 253, 256*, 258.
Keith, Rob., Historical Catalogue of

Scottish bishops, 295.
Kellow, Ric. de, bishop, 55, 242,

243 ; Register of, 253.
Kelsey, Helias, 146.
Kennett, White, bishop of Peter-

borough, 297.
Kensington, 301.
Kentegernus, S., 132.
Kepier, 91, 92 ; hospital of, 141.
Kerry, St. Laurence's, Reading,

341.
Key of towels for each monk, 79.
Keys delivered up at 7 a.m., 94 ; to

the Supprior, 86; kept by Sup-

Jacobus, S. (cognomine Sapiens),

132.
Jacson, Will., 146.
Jail, chaplain of, 297.
James, St., 110, 116, 117; chapel of,

on Elvet Bridge, 253 ; hospital of,

at Northallerton, 253.
James I, 162*,
James, Will., 160.
James, Will., bishop, 243.
Janitor, 145.
Jarrow, 135, 136, 138, 140, 141, 149;

monks of, 67, 72 ; St. Bede's

bones broughi from, 46, 234, 287.
Jedburgh (Gedworth), 142.
Jerome, St., 16, 112, 120, 124*, 229;

his version of the Gospels, 248.
Jerrard, Sir Gilbert, xiji.
Jerusalem, Patriarch of, 2, 58, 156,

244.
Jesse window at west end of church,
42,

28; in chapter-house, 56,
243.
Jesus, name of, 16; do., crowned,

171.
Jesus Altar, see Altar ; anthem,

34, 220, 221, 222 ; inass, 32, 34,
40, 207, 220, 221, 222* ; mills, 222.

52.

tern

prior, 93 ; of the shrine, 94* ; Knoppe, 57; the bulbous or poly-
with St. Peter, 116.

gonal projection in the middle of
Keyhole, concealed, 81.

the stem of a chalice, standing
Keyne, Humfrey, 300.

cup, candlestick, or the like.
Keyser, on Mural Decorations, 233. Knots, 10; devices in metal work.
Kidwelly, xiv, xv.

Knots in coloured glass, 110, 111,
Killinghal, Hen., 144.

115, 116*, 117, 289.
Killne, 39, 100 ; the malt kiln.

Knowlede, 39 ; tolled.
Kiln, men of, 39.

Knox, John, 216.
Kimblesworth, chapel at, 91, 92,

Kyme, arms of, 255.
274, 295 ; rectory of, 274.

Kynaston, Dr., 296.
Kindred or kindness regarded, 51,

Kyrie and Credo, composed by Mr.

Brimley, 231.
King, picture of, 122.
King's chamber, 90, 272, 281.

Lady Surprised at her devotions,
King's daughter, legend of, 36, 223, 168.
228.

Lady, our blessed, 47, 109*, 110*,
King's Head, sign of, in West-

11*, 114, 115, 117, 119*, 120,
minster Hall, xv.

122, 285 ; arms of (heraldic), 116,
King's Scholars' vestry, 263.

170, 290 ; with Christ, 42, 56, 109,
Kings, gifts of, to the church of St.

110, 112, 113, 114, 115*, 116, 117,
Cuthbert, 137-139; images of, at 228 ; platting her hands, 117;
quire door, 137--139, 293 ; names salutation to, 117, 119.
of, 125, 137 ; princes and queens, Lady Chapel, 42, 43, 73 ;
gifts of, 5, 106* ; and queens, wrongly applied, 193 ;

usual
pictures of, 20, 21, 212; three holy place for, 229; see Galilee, Mary.
(English), 50, 236.

Lambe's shop, the blacksmith, 61,
Kingsgate, 246.

246.
Kirkeby, John de, bishop of Carlisle, Lamberton, Will., bishop of St.
157.

Andrews, 155.
Kirkeman, Tho., 147.

Lambertus, S., 130.
Kirkham, lavatory at, 261.

Lambeth, and church of, 59, 245.
Kirkham, Walt, de, bishop, 55, 152, Lambeth MSS., 277 ; do., Dur-
241, 243

ham MS. among, 293.
Kirkstall, rere-dorter at, 266.

Lambley, 149.
Kissing of feet at Maundy, 78, 79. Lancashire, bellfounder from, 166,
Kitchen, the great, or Prior's, now !

300.
the Dean's, 81, 82, 170, 259, 260 ; Lancet windows, Perpendicular
coalgarth of, 99; officers' meat tracery in, 291.
served from, 98, 99; served the Lanchester, xiv.
guest-hall, 90 ; served both the Landal, Will., archbishop of St.
Prior and the whole convent, 87*, Andrews, 25.
268 ; men of the, 39 ; window of, Landerers, 60; laundresses.
92, 274.

Lanercost, Chron. de, 207.
Kitchen, at the Castle, 259 ; Lanfranc, St., archbishop of Canter-

made by Stephen Marley, 91 ; of bury, 127, 255, 269, 275, 278* ;
Petty Canons, 260.

Constitutions of, 194, 237, 267,
Kitchens, smaller, 268.

280 ; on privy search, 266, 267 ;
Kitchin, G. W., dean, xxi; his on returning books, 263.

edition of Winchester Consuetu Langforth, Rob., 144, 145.
dinary, 283 ; of Rolls, 275, 283. Langholun, proclamation at, 196.
Kneis, Kneys, 34, 52, 238.

Langland, Piers Plowman, 271.
Knight, 144.

Langley, Tho., bishop, 44*, 441., 59,
Knights' chamber, 281.

119, 231, 244, 245, 298 ; alterations
Knighton quoted, 214.

by, in Galilee, 49 ; arms of, 44, 49,
Knocker, the, 227.

110, 118, 119, 232, 255 ; benefac-
Knocking for Sanctuary, 41.

tions of, 75, 76, 254 ; Langley
Knops (knobs at tops of tassels) and

the Galilee, 44,
tassels of gold, 8.

232* ; built

a registry, 251 ;
Knops of silver, 26 ; knobs at ends of chantries of, 19, 230, 232 ; figures
cross-bar of banner.

of, in glass, t9, 110; preferments

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221.

of, 231 ; procured a privilege,
46, 235 ; schools of, 232, 233 ;
tomb of, 44, 252 ; will of, 232 ;
work of, in the Galilee, 44, 230,

231, 232*, 235.
Lantern, 20-23, 30-32, 37, 109, 195,

214, 225, 226, 300 ; alleys of, 111-
114; belfry in, 165, 166, 300 ; bells

hung in, 39; pictures in, 20.
Lantern, bearer of, 185, 187; candle

in, 186, 187
Lantren, properly, the lantern or

central tower, but the walk from
one end of the transept to the
other is called “the allei of the
Lantrene," and the south end of
the transept is called " the south

angle of the Lantren."
Laodicea, bishops, see Nottingham.
Laordose, 7, 198.
Lapidaries, 102, 103.
Lapide, Cornelius à, 269.
Lapsley, County Palatine of Dur-

ham, 254.
L'Arbresle, 242, 243.
Lardaria carnium, 145.
L'Ardoise, 161.
Lastingham, 50, 129.
Lathamus, 146, 295.
Latimer, arms of, 255.
Latin spoken, 103.
Latone, 171 ; latten, a kind of brass.
Latrine in a prison, 243,
Latrines, 296, 297 ; in Lying-house,

271.
Latten, 10, 171*, 203 ; see Latone.
Laudocensis, 153, 295.
Lauds, 267, 276.
Laurence, St., 114, 119*, 127.
Laurence the latoner, 262,
Lavatory, xx, 185, 187 (see Laver);

do., Norman, 261.
Lavatory basin, xx, 261.
Lavatories, monastic, 261.
Laver or Conduit, 82, 261.
Lawn, fine, for pix, 8, 199.
Lawson, Sir Henry. Bart., xii ; Sir

John, Bart., xii, xiv.
Lawson MS., xii*, xvi.
Lay clerks' vestry, 263.
Layman, first to be buried within the

church, and why admitted, 58,

244.
Laymen, provisions for, 221, 222.
Lead over tomb of St. Cuthbert in

cloisters, 68, 75; stars of, 19;
and solder, in Neville's Cross, 27,

28*.
Lead covering of top of Neville's

Cross, 28; roof of frater, 81 ; roof
of laver, 82, 261, 262.

Leaden cross, 227.
Leander, S., 127.
Leathering, 98, 279.
Leaven, a, 82, eleven.
Leaves, of doorway, 33, 221 ; of

organs, 16, 207 ; of triptych, 33,
Lectern adjoining organ, 16, 207 ;

covering for, 205 ; for Epistles
and Gospels, 13; for legends,

14 ; made in 1586, 206.
Lecterns of brass, 13, 14, 205 ; sold,

14.
Lectionaries, 234.
Lector ewangelii, 179.
Lee, Dr., 102, 284.
Lees, Mr., 195.
Legenda Aurea, 195, 234*, 236, 289,
290, 291.
Legends, sung at eagle lectern, 14.
Legg, Dr. J. Wickham, xx, xxi ;

Principles of Prayer Book, 201*,

268.
Legg and Hope, Inventories, Notes

passim.
Legh, Dr., 284.
Leicester, Guild at, 208.
Leigh, Will., 146.
Leland, Collectanea, 252 ; Itinerary,

347.
Le Mans (Cenomanum), 133 ; glass

at, 202.
Lent, books returned and re-issued

in, 263 ; St. Cuthbert's day in, 79,

81, 259 ; spices, etc., against, 101.
Leodegarius, S., 133.
Leonard, St., 114, 117, 133, 290,

291, 296.
Leonard, S., priory of, 139.
Leonard, Mark, 167.
Lerins (Lirinum), 130.
Lessons, nine, or twelve, 207 ; on

Easter Even, 188.
Letten down, Durham for “let

down," 96, 103.
Lettern, see Lectern.
Letters, gilded, 17 ; to guide singers

of Passion, 204.
Lewannick, cressets at, 195.
Lewen, a burgess, 253.
Lewes, rere-dorter at, 266.
Lex Cuthberti, 137, 293.
Lex pacis, 227.
Ley, Dr., 284.
Libellus de ortu S. Cuthberti, 223*,

254.
Liber Evesham., 255; de Exordio,

131, 136; de Fundacione Eccl.
Dunelm., 126, 293* ; de Reliquiis,
197, 276.
Liber Vitæ, 16, 195, 208, 240, 304.

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Liberatura Specialis, 144-147, 294,

295.
Liberties, etc., confirmed, 138*.
Libraria interior, 263.
Librarian's room, 269, 296.
Library, 31, 51, 220*, 238 ; of Dean

and Chapter (Cathedral), 170, 257,
260, 263, 285, 286 ; New, 266, 267;

to study in, 83.
Lichfield, 50, 129, 133 ; bishops of,

see Cedda, Skirlaw; deans, see
Heywood ; earls of, 250 ; Jesus

anthem at, 221.
Lidgate, 170, 288.
Lie, 34, 72, 83, 98; Durham for

“lay."
Lie them forth, 98 ; put them out.
Liege, English College at, 250.
Light at birth, usual in legends, 254.
Lighting of church, 97 ; of cressets,

22, 213
Lights, appertaining to banners,

107, 108 ; to banish demons, 269 ;
on festivals, 201 ; kindled, 191.
Lightfoot, J. B., bishop, 300.
Likyate, 288.
Lily, before B.V.M., 119.
Lily pot, with B.V.M., 122.
Lime, pictures appear through, 80.
Lincoln, bishops of, see Barlow,

Grosteste, Smyth; black book
of, 203 ; candle-basins at, 202 ;
candlestick at, 202 ; Easter
sepulchre at, 204 ; fireplace at,
218; Galilee at, 230 ; Henry VI
at, 123; Jesus mass at, 220 ;
Maundy at, 256 ; perpent walls
at, 195 ; processional stones at,
303 ; stone with Cantate hic
at, 206 ; Texts kissed at, 200 ;
vestry at, 218; vestry altar at,

212.
Lincoln Diocesan Magazine, 220.
Lincolnshire, candlesticks in, 201 ;

Easter sepulchres in, 204.
Lincy woncy, linsey-woolsey, linen

and wool woven together, 100,

282.
Lindisfarne, 49, 50*, 126, 127*, 129*,

131*, 132*, 133, 138, 139*, 140,
142*, 248 ; bishops of, ix, 48, 54 ;
see Eardulph, Eata, Ecgredus,
Ethelwold, Finanus ; mother of all
churches and

monasteries of
Bernicii, 133 ; Priory of, 248 ;
Priors of, see Sparke ; use of,

140.
Lindisfarne Gospels, 248.
Linen, never worn by novices or

monks, 100, 282, 283.
Linen pattern, 193.

Lions, heraldic, 15.
Lirinum (Lerins), 130.
Litany, chorus to bow at Saints'

names in, cantors not, 191 ; how
sung on Easter Even, 190 ; the

Greater, on St. Mark's day, 287.
Livelyhood, 34 ; liveliness.
Liveries, 247
Local usages, 269.
Lock on door of grate in Treasury,

84 ; to door of porch of Jesus

altar, 33 ; to triptych, 33.
Locks on chests in Treasury, 84,

263, 264 ; on doors of almeries for
towels, 79 ; of the shrine, 94* ; to
shrine-cover, 5, 197; Treasury
door, 84, 263 ; and keys, for

aumbries, 13.
Locker, by St. Bede's altar, 235.
Lockers, near Neville screen, 205.
Lockers, see Aumbries.
Locking of chamber door where a

man has died, 51 ; of doors at 6
p.in., 86, 268 ; of Rood doors, 32;
of trellis door and of North Rood

door, 37 ; of shrine covers, 94, 96.
Locking up at 5 p.m., 93 ; of church,

22.
Locutorium, 238.
Lodoneyum (Lothian), 139.
Loft, an upper chamber or gallery ;

the misericorde or solarium cari-
tatis, unless otherwise described,
81, 86, 87, 88, 93, 159, 259*, 260*,
266, 268, 269, 275, 296 ; Covey

under, 274.
Loft or Almery (almonry), 91*, 92,

273 ; behind Rood, 34, 219, 221 ;
over quire door, 231 ; for singers
at Jesus Mass, 34, 222 ;

Organs.
Loggan, his view of Trinity College,

Oxford, 278.
Loksmyth, Sand., 147.
London, 54, 130, 150, 153, 163, 198,

215, 251 ; bishops of, see Bray-
broke, Wingham ; Prior White-
head summoned to, 239 ;

Paul's, St.
Long Newton, 159.
Longley, Mr., xi ; see Langley.
Longstaffe, W. H. D., on Durham

heraldry, 229, 290, 291 ; History

of Darlington, 253.
Looke, 59; a redundant exclama-

tion.
Loops of iron on and connected with

shrine-cover, 4, 197.

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