Campanalogia Improved: Or, The Art of Ringing Made Easy, by Plain and Methodical Rules and Directions, Whereby the Ingenious Practitioner May, with a Little Practice and Care, Attain to the Knowledge of Ringing All Manner of Double, Tripple, and Quadruple Changes. With Variety of New Peals....

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J. Monk
L. Hawes, W. Clarke, and R. Collins; and S. Crowder, 1766 - 204 pages
 

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Page 165 - Ground ; and after he is interred to ring a fhort Peal of round Ringing, or Changes in true Time and Compafs, and fo conclude. The other Way is called buffeting the Bells, that is, by tying Pieces of Leather, old Hat, or any...
Page 165 - ... but likewise of any young man or woman), at the funeral of every such person to ring a peal: which peal ought to be different from those for mirth and recreation (as the musick at the funeral of any master of musick, or the ceremony at the funeral of any person belonging to military discipline), and may be performed two different ways: the one is by ringing the bells round at a set pull, thereby keeping them up so as to delay their striking, that there may be the distance of three notes at least...
Page 165 - ... and towns in England (not only upon the death of a ringer, but likewise of any young man or woman), at the funeral of every such person to ring a peal; which peal ought to be different from...
Page 166 - The other way is call'd buffeting the Bells, that is, by tying pieces of Leather, old Hat, or any other thing that is pretty thick, round the ball of the clapper of each Bell, and then by ringing them as before is...
Page 165 - ... military discipline), and may be performed two different ways: the one is by ringing the bells round at a set pull, thereby keeping them up so as to delay their striking, that there may be the distance of three notes at least (according to the true compass of ringing upon other occasions) between bell and bell; and having gone round one whole pull every bell (except the tenor), to set and stand, whilst the tenor rings one pull in the same compass as before...
Page 165 - Compafs of ringing upoO other Occafions, between Bell and Bell ; and having gone round one whole Pull every Bell, except the Tenor, to fet and ftand ; whilft the Tenor rings one Pull in the fame Compafs as before ; "and this is to be done whilft the Perfon deceafed is bringing to...
Page x - Exercife for one who is apt to be melancholy, to divert and withdraw his Thoughts from keeping Company with fo hurtful and pernicious a Companion.
Page xi - Bell's ftanding too long in leading Compafs, the reft are thrown and jumbled together, whereby Claps and...
Page 165 - ... likewife in moft Countries and Towns in England, not only upon the Death of a Ringer, but likewife of any young man or woman, at the Funeral of every fuch Perfon to ring a...

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