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299;

master of song-school to
play on principal days, 62, 63 ;
pair of, destroyed, 206; do., in
Galilee, 43, 231 ; do., for Jesus
mass, 34, 222; do., little, 163 ;
pairs of, 16, 207; played by
monks at midnight, 63; playing
on, 108; at 6 a.m. prayers, 264,
265; the White, 162, 163*, 208,

299.
Organ-lost, 34, 221, 222.
Organists, 161*-163, 231, 297-299 ;

catalogue of, 161.
Origin, etc., of the Bishops, xiii,

209, 225, 229, 230, 240, 286.
Origines Islandicae (a collection of

Prose Sagas, in the press but not

yet published), 237.
Origo Episcopatus, etc., xiii.
Orkney ? (Archadiensis), bishops,

Peter, 154.
Orleans (Aurelia), 130, 216.
Ornaments, left by bishops, 141* ;

place to keep them in, 7; trampled

on, 69, 108, 288.
Ortulanus (gromus), 146.
O Sapientia, 89, 101, 270, 283.
O'Scoba, Carbricus, bishop of

Raphoe, 154.
Osculatorium, the pax, 200.
Osmund, St., bishop of Sarum, 203.
Ostrich feathers, 119.
Ostriches' eggs, 276.
Oswald, St., the king, 67, 72, 129,
132, 138*, 141, 142 ;

of
(heraldic), 116, 290 ; beheaded, on
bier, 119; bell of, 165, 166*, 167;
blowing his horn, 118, 291 ; church
of, 104; founder of church and
see, 138; head of, 138; do., on
St. Cuthbert's breast, 48; do.,
in hand of St. Cuthbert, 114, 115,
116, 117, 118; ivory horn of, 291 ;
ivory sceptre of, 291 ; painting
of? 233 ; "picture" or image of
(alabaster), 7; “picture
image of (silver-gilt), 105, 106,
287 ; represented in glass, 49,
109*, 110*, 114, 115*, 116*, 117,
119; rib_of, 287 ; skull of, 286 ;

slain by Penda, 138.
Oswald's, St., churchyard of, 299.
Oswald, St., archbishop of York,

128.
Oswyn or Oswin, king, 128, 134,

138.
o Thonia Didyme, 270.
“Ould booke," the, xi, 304*.
“Ould written Docters,” 304*.
Our Lady, Assumption of, 47 ; of

Bolton, image of, 204 ; holding
up Child to a multitude of

persons,

236; picture of, with Infant, on
shrine, 5; and Child, in glass, 31,
32, 47*, 49; of Pity, pictures of,
38, 44, 223, 233 ; see Mary, St.
Outfits of novices, 277.
Ova griffina, 276.
Ovens, 194. These should rather be

called fire-places.
Ovid, 263.
Owl-light, xvn.
Oxford, 153, 216; Cathedral at,

196 ; Christ Church at, 209';
Corpus Christi College at, 199 ;
Durham College at, 222, 224,
277 ; novices sent to, 97, 277 ; St.
Frideswide's at, 209; shrine at,

196* ; Trinity College at, 27
Oxford Historical Society, 278;

History, Studies in, xii.
Oxford, Rob., bishop of Ely, 156.
Pachomius, S, 134.
Pafnucius, S., 134.
Pagans, 64*, 65, 69.
Paging, xxi.
Painting, 2, 195.
Paintings of our Saviour and of

Blessed Virgin Mary, 5; under

Throne, 211.
Pair of censers (two), 12.
Pair of organs, 16, 207, 355:
Pair of stairs, 17, 87; a flight or set
Palace Green, 232, 288*, 298; see

Place; levelled by bishop Flam-

bard, 141:
Palæographic facsimiles, 248, 250.
Palatinate, 210.
Palatinate insignia, 291.
Palesser, 146, 294.
Pallister, the surname, 294.
Palın Sunday, 255; ceremonial of,

179-182, 204.
Palmer, Hen., 298.
Pambo, S., 134.
Panelling, oak, 257; see Wainscot.
Panemes, 65 ; paynims, pagans.

Paynim=paganismus, a heathen
district, but came to designate a

heathen man. See Skeat.
Pange lingua, 204.
Pannarius, 144, 147.
Panni generosorum, 147, 295.
Panni stricti, 147.
Pannus strictus, 294.
Pantry and Cellar, the Prior's,

served the Guest-hall, 20.
Pantry or Covey door, 80, 258.
Pape, Will., 145 ; see Paype.
Paradise, 296.
Paratæ albæ, 179, 185, 187, 301.
Parcel-gilt cross-staff, 105.

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Pardons for persons frequenting the

Galilee, 43, 230.
Paris, 131.
Parish churches, ornaments of, 108 ;

processions to, 104-108.
Parker, archbishop of Canterbury,

59.
Parler, Parlor, Parlour, 52, 238.
Parliament robe, 106*.
Parlour, 52, 53, 68, 75, 78, 169*, 237,

238, 263, 303 ; original, 265.
Parlours, two, 238.
Parlour door, form near, 77 ;

Parler.
Parsley, 283.
Partitions in Nine Altars, 2, 195.
Part-singing in Salve, 268.
Parva domus Bursarii, 145, 294.
Pascall posts, 203.,
Paschal candle, blessed on Easter

Eve, 187, 188, 301 ; when lighted

and put out, 188.
Paschal (candlestick), the, 10, 11,

201, 202, 203 ; kept under anchor-
age stairs, 17 ; perhaps hidden
and afterwards partly made use
of, 206, 355 ; scouring of, 17, 201,
209; when brought out, 10, 202 ;
where set up at Durham, 10, 202.
It was ordered to be defaced by

an Act of Chapter, Dec. 1, 1579.
Paschalis II, pope, 229.
Passion, II,

12, 203, 204. (The
directions in connexion with the
“Creeping to the Cross” in the
Durham Missal, MS. Harl. 5289,
ff. 166-179, are very interesting,
and should have been printed in
our Appendix, but were over-
looked till it was too late. And
there are some further directions
for Candlemas, ff. 303, 304. The
whole of this MS. ought to be

printed).
Passion, carving of, in prison,

215 ; instruments of, 31, 110, 221 ;
marks of, 224 ; pictures of, 44,
233 ; reading of, 181, 182 ; repre-
sented on stone screen, 33; on

triptych, 33 ; singing of, 11, 204.
Passion Music, 204.
Patellæ called Moreby, 291.
Paten or cover, of chalice, 57.
Patriarchs, names of, 126.
Pattern glass, 289.
Pattinson, Edw., 79.
Pattison, Chr., 167.
Pattison, John, 167 ; John (another),

167.
Paul, St., in glass, 110, ; be-

heading of, 121, 292 ; carving of,

St. Cuthbert's coffin, 285;
persecuting, 121.
Paul's, St., basins at, 200 ; charnel

at, 245 ; great O pittance at, 270;
Jesus anthem at, 221; morning
prayers at, 265 ; organ at, 16;
bishop Tunstal to have been
buried at, 245 ; School, Statutes

of, 270.
Paulinus, S., 127.
Paulus Diaconus Cassinensis, 135.
Paulus, S., primus heremita, 136.
Pax, book serving for, 9, 200, 304.
Paxbrede, 171, 200, 301.
Paype, Cuthbert, 209 ; see Pape.
Peace, kiss of, 200.
Peacock, Church Furniture, 203, 205.
Peada, king, 133 ; baptized, 142.
Peal rung for dead, 52.
Pearson, edition of Sarum Missal,

by, 276.
Pease, 281.
Person, Ja., 209.
Peckham, archbishop of Canter-

bury, Constitutions of, 199, 201.
Peculiar Altar, 19, 212.
Pegge on Sanctuaries, 226.
Pelican and its symbolism, 8, 199;

gilt, on lectern, 13, 205 ; giving

her blood, 117.
Pelican lectern, 201.
Pelliccia (misprinted Pellicia), Polity

of Christian Church, 202.
Penda, king, 138.
Penitents, reception of, 255.
Pentees, le, 261.
Pentland, Ric., 146.
People, witnessed processions, 103.
Percy, arms of, 245, 255.
Percy, Old, arms of, 255.
Percy, the Lord, 24 ; Matilda, 244 ;

Mrs., xi,
Perigueux (Petragoricum), 130.
Periosteum, on bones of St. Cuth-

bert, 285.
Perpendicular tracery, 289*, 291.
Perpent walls, 195.
Persarum civitas, 132.
Person, Ric., 145.
Perugia (Perusia), 129.
Peter, St., church dedicated in

honour of, 133 ; in glass, 110, 116,

121 ; quoted by Henry VI, 123.
Peter and Paul, SS., 156.
Peterborough (Burgh), 130, 243 ;

bishops of, Kennett, 297; infirmary
at, 271* ; lavatory at, 261*; round

window at, 195.
Petragoricum (Perigueux), 130.
Petronius, S., 130.
Petty Canon, a, 298.

Petty Canons, 260, the Minor Ca-

nons ; hall and kitchen of, 257,

260.
Pew or seat for Prior, to hear Jesus

Mass, 40, 226, 262.
Pews in cloister, 83, 262.
Phannel, 57, 243.
Philip, St., 116.
Philip VI, 214.
Philipson's cross, 227:
Phillpotts, Dr. (“ Philpolts "), 159.
Pica Sarum, 301.
Pickering, Dr. Theo., 160, 297.
Pictavia, Phil. de, bishop, 55, 169,

241, 243, 301.
Picts, churches of, 37, 223.
Picture, 204, 210. Any sort of a

representation whether painted or
not, e.g. alabaster figures, 5, 6,
7; metal work on a book cover,
8; a golden crucifix, 11 ; another
image of Christ, 12; figures on
brasses, 15, 29, 30, 60 ; glass,
frequently; a rood, 18; stone
figures, 27 ; stone effigy, 68, 75 ;
the “print " in a mazer, 80, 258 ;
so we find, a picture of latten,

Test. Ebor., vi, 98.
Pictures, sundry, in tower windows,

115; on wainscot in Galilee, 43,
230.
Pictured, represented in a brass, 60.
Piety or Pity, Our Lady of, 38, 44,
223, 233. There was a light of
our ladie of pitie " in the church of
Headon, Notts., in 1522 (Test.
Ebor., vi, 20); also 35. 40. left “to
our lady of pety

at Church
Fenton, Yks., in 1531 (1b., 22);
a direction to be buried “before
our ladie of petie" at Wintring-
ham, Yks, (Ib., 242), 1559 ; a
chalice of Our Lady of Pitie in
the vault, 19 ounces (Reg. Aberd.,
Edinburghi, 1845; App. to Pref.
p. xci). In 1503

an aulter clothe
staynyd wt an ymage of or lady
of Pyte ” (Kerry, St. Laurence,
Reading, UI); see Altar, Our
Lady, Pity.
Pikeringe, Tho., 195.
Pilgrim's staff, with St. James, 117.
Pilgrimage of Grace, 216; of Henry

VI, 122, 123
Pilkington, Ja., bishop, 243; L.,

prebendary, 100, 160, 281.
Pillars, of Guest-hall, 90, 272 ; of
stone, under Privies, 86, 266.

Pipes of banner-staff, precaution

against bruising, 96.
“Pite, ymage of,” 223.
Pittance, 270, 283.
Pittington, 145, 239.
Pity, Our Lady of, pictures of, 38, 44,

223, 233.
Pius V, pope, 267.
Pix, 8, 199 ; (box) of wood, for

altar-breads, 171.
Place grene, 44, 57, 107*, 232, 288.
Plage, transept, 23, 29, 30, 31, 214 ;

the north, 214.
Plainsong, school for, 298.
Plainsong, master and sub-master

of, 167.
Plans, xx.
Platting, wringing, 117.
Plea roll, 250.
Plumbers' work, 98.
Plumes, palatinate, 291.
Plummer, Charles, Alfred the Great,

227 ; his edition of Bede, 237, 282,

293 ; on Saxon terms, 294.
Pocklington, xi.
Polyandrum, 315.
Polycronica, 128, 293.
Pomes, 218.
Poncelet, Rev. Father, 291.
Pons fractus, 128, 293. Pontefract
in Yorkshire.

The name appears
to have been transferred from
Castleford, on the Aire, three
miles distant, as in other cases of
castles built on sites with no
recognized names, named from:
places a few miles away.–Archæo-
logia, Iviii, 331 ; Freeman, Norman

Conquest (1876), iv, 283-5.
Pontefract (Pons fractus); Cluniac

monastery at, 293.
Pooel, Rich., 222.
Poole, 229.
Poor, relieved by whole convent, 90.
Poor aged

Maundy ;
children, 91*, 92, 273.
Poor, Ric., bishop, 150.
Pope, authorized mitre, etc., for

Prior, 213 ; consecrated Pudsey,

141.
Popes, names of, 124.
Pope, Sir Tho., 278.
Popinæ gromus, 146.
Popinarius, 144, 294.
Porch (entrance), long, of Almery,

91*.
Porch, a chapel within a church, 17,

18, 32, 40, 91, 208, 209, 210, 221 ;
round Jesus Altar, 32, 221 ; the
Nevilles', 40,

225, 226;

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Pillows, 99.

Pinkerton, Scottish Saints, 215.
Pipes, 26, 95, 216, 277.

over

entrance of north alley of quire,

22.

“ Porches" in north aisle of quire,

17, 18, 208, 209, 210, 213.
Port Royal, William of, bishop of

Connor, 153.
Porter, 275; ot' cloister, 79, 94.; to

stop strangers molesting novices,

84, 85.
Poriers, of the Prior, 90, 273.
Porter, Joh., 97.
Pot, in picture of Annunciation, 118.
Pols and cups, washing of, 61.
Poultry, 259.
Powers, 122.
Præbenda, Rob. de, bishop of

Dunblane, 153•
Præpositus, 275.
Pray, Prioress of, 194.
Prayer, short, before service, 175,

187.
Prayers, by cross of wood at Maid's

bower, 29 ; after Maundy, 79,
257 ; and thanks after Battle of

Durham, 24.
Praying among the tombs, 87, 269.
Preaching, by monks, 46, 88*.
Prebendal houses, 159, 296, 297,
Prebendaries, suppression of, 269.
Precentor (in Abbey), 280.
Pretaces to Gospels, 248.
Presbytery, 302.
Pretors, 171.
Pricks for serges, 17.
Priest without cope, 185, 187.
Priests, monastic, 275.
Prime, 279.
Principal days, 62, 95, 96, 98* ; see

Days.
Principalities, 122.
Prior, 259, 264, 275 ; apparel of,

101 ; his attendants, 90; censed
Corpus Christi shrine, 107, 288 ;
chamber of, 101 ; chaplain of, 51,
101, 237, 284; cloister or deputy,
275 ; duties of, on Easter Even,
185, 187, 188 ; on Maundy Thurs-
day, 182 ; gentlemen, etc.,
101, 144, 147, 205, 246, 247 ; his
hospitality, 90, 273; household of,
147 ; how ordered,

101 ;

the
household
expenses of,

101 ;
kneeling before altar, 112 ; livery
of, 144, 145, 147

called the Lord
Prior, 102 ; major, 275 ; on St.
Cuthbert's day in Lent, 4; plate
and treasure of, 101 ; two porters
of, 90, 273 ; in processions, 105,
107, 287 ; sent word to Sanctuary
men to keep within the bounds,

41; table of, 99 ; table linen of,

101 ; Third, 275.
Prior and convent met corpses, 52 ;

registers of, 277.
Prior's chapel, 265 ; chaplain, 275*,

276 ; gentlemen, Master of Song-
school had meals with, 63 ; hall,
257, 273, 275, 284 ; hall door, 90,
273 ; lodging, 87, 303 ; Maundy,

256, 257
Priors, Anchorage frequented by,

17; Benedictine, 113; burial of,
52 ; great benefactors, 53; buried
in Centry Garth, 59, 60; buried
within the church latterly, 53 ;
founded and maintained a school,
91, 92 ; of Durham, sat in wooden
chair in Chapter-house, 56 ; of
Durham, use of crosier and mitre

by, 287; see names under Durham.
Prioris gromi, 147.
Prison called the lying-house, 89,

271; for monks by the Chapter-

house, 56, 243.
Prisoners, Scotch, 14, 163, 206*.
Prison-breakers fled for Sanctuary,

41.
Private practices, 269.
Privies, the, 85, 86, 266, 267.
Privy dorter, 266.
Privy search, 86, 267, 275.
Privy watch, 93:
Proceedings of Society of Anti-

quaries of London, 196, 206, 279,

300, 301 ; of do. of Scotland, 215.
Procession at Easter, 13, 205 ; on

ferial days, 186; before high
mass, 213; juniors preceding in,
186, 187 ; order of, 302 ; on Palm
Sunday, 182; seniors preceding
in, 185, 187 ; the Sunday, xxi, 32,
302, 303 ; two brethren preceding

and singing, 186, 187.
Processions, 37, 45, 95, 96, 104-108,

172-191, 287, 288.
Processional cross of crystal, 205 ;

stones, 303.
Processionale Ebor., 205* ; Sarum,

202, 203, 205*, 302.
Processionals, 205.
Procurator (gromus), 146.
Profane authors, 83, 263, 304.
Promptorium Parvulorum, 259.
Prosser, Dr., 159.
Provender for horses, 100, 281.
Provisor cator, 145.
Provost, 275:
Psalmi familiares, 179.

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were sometimes called Psalmi
Verba mea, because they began
with that psalm, but sometimes
they began with Ad Dominum
cum tribularer. Their number
varied, or they were omitted, at
the discretion of the Abbot. See

Du Cange under Psalmus.
Psalms, penitential, 175, 182.
Psalter, David's, 52*, 238.
Psalters recited, 149.
Pseudo-Augustine, 290.
Pudsey, Henry de, 252, 253.
Pudsey, Hugh, bishop, 43, 441., 55,

73, 136, 147, 148, 228, 229, 241,
243, 250, 252, 253*, 254 ; enshrined
bones of Ven. Bede, 45, 233 ; pre-
sented basons, 202 ; treasurer of

York, 141 ; see Stephen, king.
Pugin, Glossary, 199, 200, 202, 205*,

214.
Pulley, 291 ; in roof of Galilee, 233 ;

of shrine-cover, t, 197.
Pulpit, iron, 46.
Purbeck marble, 196, 229, 232.
Purgatory, 295
Purification, feast of, service for,

172.
Purple glass represented black, 236,

289.
Quadrant, 3, 196 ; see N. E. D.
Queen's Drive, 215.
Quignon, Cardinal, Breviary of, 267.
Quire, the, 7; built and nave begun

by bishop William I, 141 ; in
procession, 107 ; solemn service

in, 107 ; door at back of, 179.
Quire door, 163, 231 ; in the lantern,

20, 21, 22, 32 ; the south, 8, 13,

19.
Quire step, 302.
Quivil, bishop of Exeter, Constitu-

tions of, 201.
Qwytby (Whitby), 128.
Rabanus, 127.
Rachis rex Longobardorum, 126.
Rackett, Joh., 144, 145; Mr., 59,

60, 246.
Radclyffe, Annabella and Chas., xi ;

family of, x, xi.
Rægnald (Reynwaldus), 143.
Railway, North British, 215 ; (North

Eastern), 217.
Rainbow, Christ seated on, 5.
Raine, Dr. James, senior, xi, xii,

253, 276, 295 ; his Auckland
Castle, 209, 288 ; his Brief
Account of Durham Cathedral,

Notes, passim ; his Catterick
Church, 198, 208 ; his St. Cuih-
bert, 127, 217, 218, 239, 278, 275,
276, 285*, 286", 293 ; Dr. James,
junior, his Hexham, 293.
Raisins, 283, 284.
Range (Raunge) for the fire in the

Guest-hall, 90 ; apparently used
in the modern sense, as in Rolls,
p. 84, etc. ; see the Index and

page 951.
Raphael, the angel, 172.
Raphoe, bishops ; see O'Scoba.
Rathbotensis, 154, 295.
Read, 65, 249.
Readers of Morning Prayers, 264,

265; weekly, 275.
Reading of Scriptures in divner

time, 82*, 260.
Reading, the towni, Jesus mass at,

220 ; St. Laurence's church at,

341.
Rebellion, the Great, ix, 159.
Reconciliation of conformers, 231.
Record of benefactions, 252.
Records of the Church, 304.
Red, a colour of various animals,

249.
Red earth of Cumberland, 247.
Red hills, 23, 28, 214, 217*.
Red horse, 65, 70, 249.
Redeman, Rob., 146.
Reed in hand of St. John Ev., 112,

113, 116.

254, 269,

Refectorarius, 275.
Refectory, see Frater-house.
Regality between Tees and Tyne,

137 ; between Tyne and Wear,

139.
Regester, registrar, 94.
Reginald of Durham, 217, 249, 250,

70.
Register, Register house, a Regis-

try, 68, 75, 78, 251, 256.
Register Office (Boulby's), 169.
Registers Office (bishop's), 164.
Registrar of the house, 94, 277.
Registry of the bishopric, 251 ; of

the monastery, 68, 251.
Releefe, 92, 274.
Relics, 5, 17, 106, 156, 157, 158*,

197, 288; belonging to shrine,
94, 276; of bishops, 139, 140,
142 ; borne in processions, 105,

106* ; brought from Rome, 135.
Relic cupboards, 193, 279 ;

Ambries.
Relic-lists, 197, 276.
Relief, 274.
Relly (Rille), 146.
Remedy, 88, 270.

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