4 edition of The vertue of [the] masse found in the catalog.
The vertue of [the] masse
|Other titles||Virtue of the mass|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1:31., Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 11:19.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
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Lydgate's Vertue of the Mass (above, p. ) ends with fifteen stanzas, which are rubricated "The vertu of heryng of Masse after seynt Bernard," the several virtues being of the same character as those in the pieces above quoted, except that here he does not assign them in the same ad libitum fashion to inspired or patristic authority.
There is no occasion to multiply quotations, but I add one. Complete - Google Books Vertue of the Masse (pub.
) [Harleian MS. ] [Entryng the chirche] [Be ware ye pristis] [The offeratory next comyng] [The sanctus sunge thries] Virtutes Missarum [Harleian MS. fol. 76, col. 2.] - Google Books Testament of John Lydgate (pub. ) [Here begynneth the testament of John Lydgate monke.
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Simmons, Thomas Frederick, ed. The Lay-Folks Mass-Book. London: Early English Text Society, Interpretacioun. who wisely can aduerte The offeratory. is named of offeryng As whan a man. offrithe to god his hert Richest oblacioun. rekene by writyng And for Melchisedeche.
bothe prist and kyng Gaf brede and wyne. to Abraham for victory Whiche oblacioun. in figure by remembryng Iche day at masse. seyde is the offeratory Tokenyng of Ihesu our saviour and our lorde.
Be ware ye pristis. whan ye yowre masse syng That love and charite. be nat ferre absent O gostly peple. afore make goode Rekenyng That yowre conscience. and ye be of on assent Or ye receyve.
the holy sacrament Envye and Rankour. that they be set aside And parfit charite. be ay withe yow present That grace to godward. may be youre souerayne guyde. Harl. fol. OF THE LORDE AND THE HOLY COMMUNION, COMMONLY CALLED THE MASSE.
S O many as intende to bee partakers of the holy Communion, shall sygnifie their names to the Curate, over night: or els in the morning, afore the beginning of Matins, or immediatly after. And if any of those be an open and notorious evill liver, so that the congregacion by hym is offended, or have doen any wrong to his.
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The olde prophete. holy Isaye Sawe in hevene. a trone of dignite Where Seraphyn songe. withe euery Ierarchie Sanctus. sanctus. sanctus. before the Trinite After preface rehersed.
tymes thre Withe uoyse melodious. and after that osanna Highe in excelsis. to-fore the mageste Afore the sacryng. of oure gostly manna. Harl. fol. The Island at the Center of the World: The Epic Story of Dutch Manhattan and the Forgotten Colony That Shaped America Paperback – Ap #N#Russell Shorto (Author) › Visit Amazon's Russell Shorto Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author by: This page lists English translations of notable Latin phrases, such as veni vidi vici and et of the phrases are themselves translations of Greek phrases, as Greek rhetoric and literature reached its peak centuries before the rise of ancient Rome.
This list covers the. Hortulanus Commentary on the Emerald Tablet. A briefe Commentarie of Hortulanus the Philosopher, upon the Smaragdine Table of Hermes of Alchimy. ascendeth up, and into the inferiour part, which remaineth beneath fixe and cleare: and yet these two parts agree in vertue: and was a confused Masse or Chaos (as is above saide) but afterward.
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Book III is, thematically speaking, probably the central book of the Politics. In this book Aristotle lays out almost all of his major ideas about the purpose of politics, the virtue of citizens, the varieties of regimes and the nature of justice.
Aristotle discusses at length a seemingly very technical question of what the true definition of a. A charme found in the canon of the masse.
Other papisticall charmes. A charme of the holie crosse. to fall downe thense by vertue of words. To make one danse naked Arts & Photography Biographies & Memoirs 74 Business & Money Children's Books Christian Books & Bibles Computers & Technology Cookbooks, Author: Reginald Scot.
The Book of Virtues: A Treasury of Great Moral Stories, sometimes shortened to The Book of Virtues (ISBN ), is an anthology edited by William was published on November 1, by Simon & Schuster and was followed by The Moral Compass: Stories for a Life's Journey, in late The book is intended for the moral education of the young and is divided into different.
Goostly Exercyse, in the Tyme of the Masse (c) de B. Langford, The Vertue of the Masse de John Lydgate dans dition de de Wynken de Worde, et les sermons de l’é John Fisher publiés sous le titre Lamentationes, Carmen et Vae (c).
Ces exégèses liturgiques utilisent la théologie sacramentelle catholique et soulignent le fait. The Reason of Church Government Urg'd Against Prelaty THE PREFACE. your ceremonies, your Liturgy, an extract of the Masse book translated. But that they should be contemners of publick prayer, and Churches us'd without superstition, vertue that wavers is not vertue, but vice revolted from it.
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Liber Juratus, or the Sworn Book of Honorius, is a 13th century Grimoire of the 'Solomonic cycle'. It is one of the foundation works of European magical practice.
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An alchemical book, published in Paris in as Livre des figures hiéroglyphiques and in London in as Exposition of the Hieroglyphical Figures was attributed to Flamel. It is a collection of designs purportedly commissioned by Flamel for a tympanum at the Cimetière des Innocents in Paris, long disappeared at the time the work was.
The Mirrour of Vertue in Worldly Greatness; Or, The Life of Sir Thomas More, Knight non aufertur." After this, as the Duke of Norfolk and Sir Thomas More chanced to fall in familiar talk together, the Duke said unto him: " By the mass, Master More, it is perilous striving with princes, therefore I would wish you somewhat to incline to the.
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The Epistles-dedicatory to his numerous polemical books are addressed with evident familiarity to the foremost in Church and State: and it is in agreement with this to learn (as we do) that Master Richard gained admission to the great 'Charterhouse' School through Sir Henry Yelverton and Sir Randolph Crew —the former the patron-friend of the.
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Synonyms: based on, due to, in virtue of; see also Thesaurus:because of June 8, Henry VIII of England, “The Nynthe Article.
The Holy Catholike Churche.”, in A Necessary Doctrine and Erudicion for Any Chrysten Man, Set furth by the Kynges.The vestments controversy arose in the English Reformation, ostensibly concerning vestments, but more fundamentally concerned with English Protestant identity, doctrine, and various church practices.
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