The Ecclesiologist, Volume 15;Volume 18

Cambridge Camden Society, 1857

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Página 141 - But the wisdom that is from above is first pure, then peaceable, gentle, and easy to be entreated, full of mercy and good fruits, without partiality, and without hypocrisy. And the fruit of righteousness is sown in peace of them that make peace...
Página 143 - Let my prayer be set forth in thy sight as the incense; and let the lifting up of my hands be an evening sacrifice.
Página 283 - Chappels, many of which had lien so for two or three hundred yeares together, not regarding the dust of our founders and predecessors, who likely were buried there ; compelled us by armed Souldiers to pay forty shillings a Colledge for not mending what he had spoyled and defaced, or forthwith to go to Prison : We shall need to use no more instances than these two, to shew that neither place, person nor thing, hath any reverence or respect amongst them.
Página 390 - A clumsy fellow makes short work of the glazing by taking off the inside of the cusps of the windows. A coping appears to have been devised as an improvement upon the flat window-sill, and serves no other purpose than to knock against or to be an eye-sore. A high tomb of local interest is banished ; a piscina and a pictorial brass share the same fate. The font has not had its base restored, but the upper part has been erected on a plain slab: it was first fixed on alabaster, but afterwards that was...
Página 191 - ... and asking him whether it was for his good that he had broken his leg, — he answered, ' that he made no question but it was.' And so it turned out, for before he was able to travel again, Queen Mary died, and he was set at liberty. But the extent to which this wholesome disposition is cultivated by Paley, is quite characteristic of him.
Página 192 - Lord bless his brethren, the clergy of this nation, with effectual endeavours to attain, if not to his great learning, yet to his remarkable meekness, his godly simplicity, and his Christian moderation ; for these will bring peace at the last. And, Lord, let his most excellent writings be blest with what he designed when he undertook them : which was, glory to Thee, O God, on high, peace in Thy Church, and goodwill to mankind.
Página 270 - ... straight and without lustre as low as the ears, but thence glossy and curly, flowing upon the shoulders, and divided down the centre of the head, after the manner of the Nazarenes. The forehead is smooth and serene, the face without blemish, of a pleasant, slightly ruddy colour. The expression noble and engaging. Nose and mouth of perfect form ; the beard abundant, and of the same colour as the hair, parted in the middle. The eyes blue and brilliant. He is the most beautiful among the children...
Página 390 - This case, however, is worse in its consequences than in itself. A neighbouring clergyman, who had occasion to restore his church, has adopted the worst errors of this example, and the effect has been the metamorphosis which we have mentioned, — the particulars of the process we will relate. As in the other instance, the uninstructed, natural taste of the incumbent, and the manual powers of an ignorant builder, are the only resources. A church almost as interesting as any small one, and a steeple...
Página 391 - Wing's remarks, respecting the deplorable destruction committed of late years under the term of "church restoration," whereby so much that was valuable to the architect, the artist, the antiquary, and the genealogist, has been utterly lost to future generations. The following resolution, proposed by Mr. Wing, and seconded by Mr. Burnaby, is earnestly recommended to the attention of those whom it may concern : — " That whenever restorations of churches of this county are likely to be undertaken,...

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