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Researches Into the History of Welton and Its Neighbourhood
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acres adjoining Advowson aforesaid allotted amongst ancient Anglo-Saxon Archbishop of York became Beverley Bishop of Durham Brigantian Brigantii British name Britons Brough built called castle Cathedral Celts Chantry Christianity Church of Welton Common Lane Cymbric Celtic Cyric Danes Deira derivation district ditto Domesday Book Druidical East Yorkshire Eburacum Ecclesiastical Edward the Confessor Elloughton emoluments England Eomans Ferriby Fresh Close Gaelic Holderness Hull Humber inhabitants John King kingdom Kirkella lands awarded language Lord Manor of Howden Medeshampstede mentioned Mercia Miss Broadley Monastery of Medeshampstede names of places neighbourhood old inclosures old Norse Oswey Ouse owners Parish Parisii Peada Pedvarlech Peterborough Petvaria Pool Banks possession present probably pronounced proprietors rector Rector of Welton river road Romans Saxon Scandinavian shillings signifying successors Swanland thereof Thomas Williamson tithes town Township traces tribes Umbria Ureach Vicar Vicar of Welton Vicarage Weighton Welsh Welton Welton Church Welton House William Wolds word Wulfhere
Page 14 - In short, the king publicly gave his licence to Paulinus to preach the Gospel, and renouncing idolatry, declared that he received the faith of Christ: and when he inquired of the high priest who should first profane the altars and temples of their idols, with the enclosures that were about them, he answered, "I; for who can more properly than myself destroy those things which I worshipped through ignorance, for an example to all others, through the wisdom which has been given me by the true God?
Page 13 - I have long since been sensible that there was nothing in that which we worshipped; because the more diligently I sought after truth in that worship, the less I found it. But now I freely confess, that such truth evidently appears in this preaching as can confer on us the gifts of life, of salvation, and of eternal happiness. For which reason I advise, O king, that we instantly abjure and set fire to those temples and altars which we have consecrated without reaping any benefit from them.
Page 14 - Having, therefore, girt a sword about him, with a spear in his hand, he mounted the king's stallion and proceeded to the idols. The multitude, beholding it, concluded he was distracted ; but he lost no time, for as soon as he drew near the temple he profaned the same, casting into it the spear which he held ; and rejoicing in the knowledge of the worship of the true God, he commanded his companions to destroy the temple, with all its enclosures, by fire.
Page 14 - Then immediately, in contempt of his former superstitions, he desired the king to furnish him with arms and a stallion; and mounting the same, he set...
Page 14 - ... ride on any but a mare. Having, therefore, girt a sword about him, with a spear in his hand, he mounted the king's stallion and proceeded to the idols.
Page 86 - Archbishop of York, Primate of England, and Legate of the Apostolic See, of Charles Duke of Suffolk, and of William Throgmorton, prothonotary of the Chancery of our Lord the King.
Page 7 - ... and appendant thereto, by a grant of the manor only, without adding any other words. But where the property of the advowson has been once separated from the property of the manor, by legal conveyance, it is called an advowson in gross, or at large, and never can be appendant any more ; but is, for the future, annexed to the person of its owner, and not to his manor or lands.
Page 23 - I say in a word, that, whoso holdeth this writ and this decree, then be he ever dwelling with God Almighty in the kingdom of heaven. And whoso breaketh it, then be he excommunicated, and thrust down with Judas, and with all the devils in hell, except he come to repentance.
Page 20 - Cyneswith, that ye be witnesses, for your souls' redemption, and that ye write it with your fingers. And I beg all those who come after me, be they my sons, be they my brothers, or kings that come after me, that our gift may stand, even as they would be partakers of the life eternal, and as they would escape everlasting torment. Whosoever shall take from this our gift, or the gifts of other good men, may the heavenly gate-ward take from him in the kingdom of heaven...