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" Thereupon ensued a pitiful vastation of churches and church buildings throughout all parts of the realm ; for every one made bold to put to their hands, the meaner sort imitating the example of the greater and those who were in authority. "
Chronicles of saint Mungo: or, Antiquities and traditions of Glasgow - Page 208
by Kentigern (st.) - 1843
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The history of Glasgow: from the earliest accounts to the present time; with ...

John Gibson - Business & Economics - 1777 - 391 pages
...one made bold to put to their hands, the meaner fort imitating the example of the greater, and thofe who were in authority; no difference was made, but...either defaced, or pulled to the ground ; the holy veflels, and whatfoever elfe men could make gain of, as timber, lead and bells, were put to fale ;...
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Volume 28

1795
...bold to put their hands thereto, the meaner iort imitating the example of the greater, and of thofe who were in authority. No difference was made, but...either defaced or pulled to the ground ; the holy veffcls, and whatever men cguld make gain of, as timber, lead, *W bells, were put to fale ; the very...
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Notes, Historical and Descriptive, on the Priory of Inchmahome: With ...

William Macgregor Stirling - Inchmahome Priory (Aberfoyle, Scotland) - 1815 - 194 pages
...church-buildings throughout all parts of the realm. For every one made bold to put to their hands, the meaner sort imitating the example of the greater, and those...defaced or pulled to the ground. The holy vessels, or whatsoever else men could make gain of, as timber, lead, and bells, were put to sale. The very sepulchres...
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Historical description of the monastery or Chapel Royal of Holyroodhouse ...

Charles Mackie - 1818 - 86 pages
...buildIngs throughout every part of the realm. For every one made bold to lend his hand, the meaner sort imitating the example of the greater, and those...authority ; no difference was made, but all the churches were either defaced or pulled to the ground. The holy vessels, or whatever •Ise men could make money...
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The history of the abbey, palace, and chapel-royal of Holyroodhouse [by C ...

Charles Mackie - 1819
...church-buildings throughout every part of the realm. For every one made bold to lend his hand, the meaner sort imitating the example of the greater, and those...authority. No difference was made, but all the churches were either defaced or pulled to the ground. The holy vessels, or whatever else men could make money...
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The history of the abbey, palace, and chapel-royal of Holyroodhouse [by C ...

Charles Mackie - Abbeys - 1819 - 118 pages
...church-buildings throughout every part of the realm. For every one made bold to lend his hand, the meaner sort imitating the example of the greater, and those...authority. No difference was made, but all the churches were either defaced or pulled to the ground. The holy vessels, or whatever else men could make money...
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Original historical description of the monastery, chapel royal, and palace ...

Charles Mackie - Architecture - 1832 - 144 pages
...church.buildings, throughout every part of the realm. For every one made bold to lend his hand, the meaner sort imitating the example of the greater, and those...authority. No difference was made, but all the churches were either defaced or pulled to the ground. The holy vessels, or whatever else men could make money...
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Portraits of Illustrious Personages of Great Britain, Volume 2

Edmund Lodge - Great Britain - 1835 - 12 pages
...the realm ; for every one made bold to put too their hands, the meaner sort imitating the ensample of the greater, and those who were in authority. No...vessels, and whatsoever else men could make gain of, such as timber, lead, and bells, were put to sale. The very sepulchres of the dead were not spared....
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The history of St. Andrews: ancient and modern

Charles Jobson Lyon - St. Andrews (Scotland) - 1838 - 237 pages
...their hands ; the meaner sort imitating the example of the greater. No difference was made, but all churches either defaced or pulled to the ground. The holy vessels, and whatsoever else they could make gain of, as timber, lead, and bells, were put to sale." The very sepulchres of the...
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The Episcopal magazine, and Church of England warder [formerly Stephen's ...

1840
...his hands ; the meaner sort /imitating the example of the greater. No difference was made, but all churches either defaced or pulled to the ground. The holy vessels and whatsoever else they could make gain of, as timber, lead, and bells, were put to sale." The very sepulchres of the...
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