The Ancient Parish Church of Manchester, and why it was Collegiated

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T.Agnew, 1848 - Manchester (England) - 206 pages
 

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Contents

The Vigil of Saint Matthew in Manchester
36
CHAPTER VI
51
The Lands of Ordeshal where existed the Chapel of a Hermitage are conveyed to David de Hulton
58
The great ascendancy which the Monastic orders acquired in the neighbourhood of Manchester
64
Thomas Greslet grants a Charter by which Manchester is made a free borough
70
Galfridus de Stoke Was he Rector and Dean Rural ?
76
the First
78
The introduction of the family of La Warre to the Barony of Manchester
79
Civil state of the Lordship of Manchester at the close of the Baronial sway of the Greslets
80
CHAPTER IX
81
A second Chauntry of unknown date erected at Manchester
82
The complaint preferred by the Church of Manchester against its succession of Rectors
83
Demise of Thomas Greslet
84
CHAPTER I
86
Certain knights fees belonging to the Barony of Manchester are broken up into fractional portions in order to increase the number of men required f...
87
John de Dekorden perhaps Vorden Rector of Manchester
88
The Earl of Lancasters revolt against the King
89
Decline of the office of Rural Deans
91
Survey of the Barony and Manor of Manchester A D 1322
93
Adam de Southwick Rector of Manchester A D 1323
94
Symon de Barnesley Rector of Ashton A D 1324
95
The remedies adopted to quell Civil distractions and their subsidence
96
John de Claydon Rector of Manchester A D 1327 96 2 John de Claydon Rector of Manchester A D 1327
97
The Ninths required from the Parish of Manchester in support of the Wars
98
The Deanery of Manchester is separated from that of Blackburn
99
General state of Rural Deaneries in the year 1342
100
CHAPTER IV
111
Thomas la Warre resigns the Living of Ashton to Jo de Marchford A D 1373
112
The Duke of Lancaster aids the attacks of Wycliffe against the Papal supremacy
113
Wycliffe popularizes the principles of Reform
114
The effect of Wycliffes mission on the Social and Political state of England
115
The disturbances of Lancashire at this period
116
Thomas la Warre is admitted to the Prebend of Grindale York
118
The death of Wycliffe
119
The additional Church preferments given to Thomas la Warre
121
Demise of John la Warre A D 1398
122
Names of two Chaplains in Manchester about the year 1405
123
Thomas Lord la Warre made Prebendary of Southwell
124
The Trustees nominated by Thomas la Warre when providing for the succession of the family of West
125
A Deed relative to the Infeudation of AsshetonunderLine by which a trust settlement of Thomas la Warre is implied
126
The abuses of Patronage form a motive for Collegiating the Parish Church of Manchester
132
The complaint that the Parishioners of Manchester were abandoned to the care of remotive stipendiary
138
CHAPTER IX
149
The second portion of the Charter of Foundation The Procurators appointed by the Prior and Chapter
157
The fifth portion of the Charter of Foundation Declaration of the Public Notary to the Correctness
166
The Proceedings which followed the grant of a Charter of Foundation to the College and Collegiate Church
168
The Deed by which Thomas la Warres feoffees the Bishop of Durham and others confirm to John
174
REMARKS ON THE HISTORY OF THE ANCIENT PARISH CHURCH
181
CHAPTER III
188
The Rectors of Ashton
193
more properly speaking an INTRODUCTION TO THE ANNALS OF THE COLLEGE AND COLLEGIATE
199

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