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" ... lying whole, uncorrupt, with his face bare, and his beard as of a fortnight's growth, and all the vestments about him, as he was accustomed to say mass, and his met wand of gold lying by him. "
Handbook of English Cathedrals: Canterbury, Peterborough, Durham, Salisbury ... - Page 132
by Mrs. Schuyler Van Rensselaer - 1893 - 483 pages
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The Antiquities of the Abbey Or Cathedral Church of Durham. Also a ...

Patrick Sanderson - 1767 - 147 pages
...bound with Iron, the Goldfmith with a Smith's great Fore- hammer broke it open, when they found him lying whole, uncorrupt, with his Face bare, and his Beard as of a Formight's Growth, and all the Veftments about him, as he was I 2 accafnccu'ftomed to fay Mafs, and...
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An historical, topographical and descriptive view of the county ..., Volume 2

Eneas Mackenzie, Metcalf Ross - 1834
...bonnd with iron, the goldsmith with a smith's great fore-hammer broke it open, when they found him lying whole, uncorrupt, with his face bare, and his beard as of a fortnight's growth, and all the vestments about him, as he was accustomed to say mass, and his metwand of gold lying by him. When...
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The Church Restorers: A Tale, Treating of Ancient and Modern Architecture ...

Frederick Apthorp Paley - 1844 - 196 pages
...bound with iron, the goldsmith with a smith's great forge-hammer broke it open, when they found him lying whole, uncorrupt, with his face bare, and his beard as of a fortnight's growth, and all the vestments about him, as he was accustomed to say mass, and his metwand of gold lying by him. When...
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Notes and Queries

Questions and answers - 1851
...NOTES AND QUERIES. Cuthbert, in the reign of Henry VIII. The body was found " lying whole, uncorrupl, with his face bare, and his beard as of a fortnight's growth, with all the vestments about him as he accustomed to Ťay mass withal." The vestments are described...
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The history and antiquities of the county palatine of Durham ..., Volume 1

William Fordyce - Durham (England : County) - 1857
...bound with iron, the goldsmith, with a smith's great fore-hammer, broke it open, when they found him lying whole, uncorrupt, with his face bare, and his beard as of a fortnight's growth, and all the vestments about him as he was accustomed to say mass, and his metwand of gold lying by him. When...
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Handbook for Travellers in Durham and Northumberland

John Murray (Firm) - Durham (England : County) - 1864 - 336 pages
...found in a chest strongly bound with iron, which when broken open disclosed the " body of the saint, lying whole, uncorrupt, with his face bare, and his beard as of a fortnight's growth, and all the vestments about him as he was accustomed to s.iy ji ;).:->, and his met- wand ofguld lying by him...
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Durham, Chester, Manchester

Cathedrals - 1869 - 237 pages
...Henley, and Blithman, broke open the ironbound chest in which the body lay in the shrine, and " found him lying whole, uncorrupt, with his face bare, and his beard as of a fortnight's growth, and all the vestments about him as he was accustomed to say " Reg. Dunelm., c. 40-3 (Surtees Soc. edition)....
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The Century, Volume 35

1888
...the Nine Altars. Steps for the use of pilgrims led up from the aisles, and doors in the altar-screen admitted the ecclesiastics. The shrine, as we read...and not, like the saint of Canterbury, to treason too. In 1827 the tomb was again opened, and in the presence of more scientific observers. In it was...
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Our own country, descriptive, historical, pictorial, Volumes 1-2

Our own country - 1878
...The iron-bound chest was then rudely broken open, when the corpse of St. Cuthbert was found within, " whole, uncorrupt, with his face bare, and his beard as of a fortnight's growth, and all the vestments about him, as he was accustomed to say mass, and his metwand of gold lying by him." Again,...
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The Ancient Use of Liturgical Colors

Clapton Crabb Rolfe - Colors, Liturgical - 1879 - 227 pages
...with iron, the goldsmith, with " a smith's great forge hammer, broke it open, when " they fonnd him lying whole, uncorrupt, with his face bare, and his beard as of a fortnight's growth, ' and all the vestments about him, as he was accus' tomed to say Mass. When the goldsmith perceived ' he had...
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