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Fri Mar 21 17:04:20 2014 UTClccn-n800087530.12Passport to Europe with Samantha Brown0.450.92An historical description of Westminster Abbey, its monuments and curiosities : designed chiefly as a guide to strangers132460849n 80008753391308Abbaye de WestminsterAbbey Church of Westminster (London, England)Abbey Church of Westminster (Londýn, Anglie)Abbey of Saint Peter (Westminster, London, England)Abbey of Saint Peter (Westminster, Londýn, Anglie)Abbey of St. Peter (Westminster, London, England)Abby Church of Westminster (London, England)Abby Church of Westminster (Londýn, Anglie)Church of St. Peter (Westminster, London, England)Collegiate Church of St. Peter at Westminster (London, England)Collegiate Church of St Peter in Westminster.Collegiate Church of St. Peter in Westminster (London, England)Collegiate Church of St. Peter (London)Collegiate Church of St. Peter (Westminster)Collegiate Church of St. Peter (Westminster, London, England)Collegiate Church of St. Peter (Westminster, Londýn, Anglie)Dean and Chapter of Westminster (London, England)Ecclesia Abbatiae Westmonasteriensis (London, England)Ecclesia Collegiata B. Petri Westmonasterii (London, England)Ecclesia Collegiata B. Petri Westmonasterii (Londýn, Anglie)Kolegiata św. Piotra w Westminsterze.London. Collegiate Church of St. PeterLondon. Westminster AbbeyLondres (G.B.) Westminster abbeyMonaster Saint Peter, Westminster.Saint Peter's (Westminster, London, England)St. Peter's (Westminster, London, England)St. Peter's (Westminster, Londýn, Anglie)Westminster, Abbaye deWestminster abbeyWestminster Abbey Church (London, England)Westminster Abbey (London, England)Westminster Abbey (Westminster, London, England)Westminster-AbteiWestminster Cathedral (London, England : 1540-1556)Westminster. Collegiate Church of St. PeterWestminsterské opatstvíWestmonasterium LondrescontainsVIAFID/155931733Great Britain. Sovereignlccn-n82120615Harvey, Barbara F.edtlccn-n79005645Irving, Washington1783-1859lccn-n79139940Jenkyns, Richardlccn-n85171307Carpenter, Edward1910-1998edtlccn-n85158540Stanley, Arthur Penrhyn1815-1881lccn-no91021959Smith, A. MurrayMrslccn-n87800981Henry, David1710-1792lccn-n79086816St. Paul's Cathedral (London, England)lccn-n82136797Crull, Jodocus-1713?nc-dean and chapter of westminsterDean and Chapter of WestminsterWestminster AbbeySourcesHistoryGuidebooksSermonsTrials, litigation, etcChurch historyBiographyPictorial worksWestminster AbbeyEngland--LondonEngland--London--WestminsterAbbeysEnglandGreat BritainPolitical scienceChurch historyReformationChurch architecture--Political aspectsArt--Political aspectsMonarchyArt and stateRites and ceremoniesArchitecture and stateTravelKings and rulersPlantagenet, House ofIrelandScotland--EdinburghEngland--Cotswold HillsHarrod's Stores, LtdEngland--London--Notting HillIreland--DublinBuckingham Palace (London, England)CastlesChurch history--Middle AgesChurch landsFranceAbbaye de Saint-Denis (Saint-Denis, France)Architecture, MedievalHenry--III,--King of England,Dover Castle (Dover, England)Winchester Castle (England)Church architecture--Conservation and restorationSculpture, MedievalSepulchral monumentsCathedralsLiturgicsCatholic ChurchChurch of EnglandChurch architectureBenedictinesSermons, EnglishMarriage licensesChurch records and registersRegisters of births, etcGenealogyReal propertyGreat Britain.--Attorney-General15681600160316061611164416451646165016541655167316821683168716891691169717111712171317141715171617211722172317251727172817341739174117421743174617511753175417551758175917601761176217631764176517671769177017721775177617771778178017811783178417851786178717881789179017911793179618001801180218031805180618081809181018111812181318141817181818221823182418251826182718281829183018331834183518361838183918401841184218431844184618481849185018511852185418551856185718581859186018611862186318651866186718681869187018711872187318741875187618771878187918801881188218831884188518861887188818891890189118921893189418951896189718981899190019011902190319041905190619071908190919101911191219131914191519161917191819191920192119221923192419251926192719281929193019311932193319341935193619371938193919401942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220133086810251985942NA5470.W5ocn003248959ocn221431288ocn181668530ocn4611427522692ocn034933258book19950.63Cocke, Thomas900 years : the restorations of Westminster Abbey+-+722650723632412113ocn004345975book18910.79Catholic ChurchMissale ad usum Ecclesie westmonasteriensis12011ocn005639430book19020.79Thompson, Edward MaundeCustomary of the Benedictine monasteries of Saint Augustine, Canterbury, and Saint Peter, Westminster874ocn001929560book18860.84Harleian SocietyAllegations for marriage licences issued by the Dean and Chapter of Westminster, 1558-1699 : also, for those issued by the Vicar-General of the Archbishop of Canterbury, 1660 to 1679Sources791ocn510825544com18000.63Henry, DavidAn Historical description of Westminster Abbey, its monuments, and curiosities Containing I. An account of its foundation and consecration. II. The various changes it has undergone. III. A general view of all the monuments erected therein ; with an abstract of their inscriptions. IV. Copies of the best English epitaphs, and translations of the Latin. V. Characters, anecdotes, and memoirs of the lives of the Kings, &c. interred in the Abbey. VI. Observations on the beauty and propriety of the respective monuments. VII. A particular description of Henry the VIIth's chapel, with its ornaments. VIII. A general view of the cloisters ; with copies of several inscriptions there. IX. Translations of the Hebrew, Ethiopic, and Greek Epitaphs on the tombs of Sir Samuel Moreland's two wives, never before attempted. Designed chiefly as a guide to strangersGuidebooks731ocn830948986file18840.86Wilson, J. MTwo sermons on opinion and service, and religion and revelation preached in Westminster Abbey and St. Paul's Cathedral in March 1884Sermons738ocn083444144com17210.90Westminster AbbeyFrancis Lord Bishop of Rochester, Dean of the collegiate church of St. Peter in Westminster, Michael Evans ... Lawrence Broderick, Robert Cannon, and Harry Baker ... prebendaries of the said collegiate church appellants. The Attorney-General at the relation of ... five prebendaries of the collegiate church aforesaid, Robert Friend ... Master of Westminster School, and William Farrar ... respondents. The appellants case718ocn084918893book17210.90Great BritainFrancis Lord Bishop of Rochester, Dean of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter Westminster, Michael Evans clerk, Lawrence Broderick, Rob. Cannon, and Harry Barker, Doctors in Divinity ... appnts. Sir Robert Raymond His Majesty's Attorney-General, Nicholas Onley, Thomas Dent, Thomas Lynford, and Edward Gee, Doctors in Divinity, and Samuel Lord Bishop of Carlisle ... Robert Freind, Doctor in Divinity, Master of Westminster School, and William Farrer, Esq. respnts. The respondents case621ocn642559934file17210.56Westminster AbbeyThe appellants case. Francis Lord Bishop of Rochester, Dean of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter in Westminster, Michael Evans, Clerk, Lawrence Broderick, Robert Cannon, and Harry Barker, Doctors in Divinity, Prebendaries of the said Collegiate Church Appellants. The Attorney-General, at the Relation of Nicholas Only, Thomas Dent, Thomas Lynford, and Edward Gee, Doctors in Divinity, Samuel Lord Bishop of Carlisle, Five Prebendaries of the Collegiate Church aforesaid, Robert Friend, Doctor in Divinity, Master of Westminster School, and William Farrar, Esq ; Respondents601ocn642559936file17210.59Great BritainThe respondents case. Francis Lord Bishop of Rochester, Dean of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter Westminster, Michael Evans Clerk, Lawrence Broderick, Rob. Cannon, and Harry Barker, Doctors in Divinity, four of the Prebendaries of the said Collegiate Church, Appnts. Sir Robert Raymond His Majesty's Attorney-General, Nicholas Onley, Thomas Dent, Thomas Lynford, and Edward Gee Doctors in Divinity, and Samuel Lord Bishop of Carlisle, five of the Prebendaries of the Collegiate Church aforesaid, Robert Freind Doctor in Divinity, Master of Westminster School, and William Farrer, Esq. RespntsTrials, litigation, etc501ocn021126548book19660.31Westminster AbbeyThe glory of Westminster Abbey352ocn037730159rcrd19970.13Diana, Princess of Wales, 1961-1997 the BBC recording of the funeral serviceRecording of the funeral service of Diana, Princess of Wales, held at Westminster Abbey on Saturday 6th September 19973216ocn022998927book17780.92Westminster AbbeyAn historical description of Westminster Abbey, its monuments and curiosities : designed chiefly as a guide to strangersHistoryBiographyGuidebooks323ocn001663934book19110.63Lethaby, W. RWestminster Abbey and the antiquities of the coronation322ocn001671687book19710.63Fox, AdamThe pictorial history of Westminster AbbeyHistoryChurch historyGuidebooksPictorial works274ocn009065775book19650.28Carpenter, EdwardWestminster AbbeyHistoryGuidebooksPictorial worksHistory and photos of Westminster Abbey+-+1149211035251ocn008537480book17220.92Crull, JodocusThe antiquities of St. Peter's, or, The abbey-church of Westminster : containing the inscriptions and epitaphs upon the tombs and grave-stones ; with the lives, marriages, and issue of the most eminent personages therein reposited ; and their coats of arms truly emblazoned181ocn003248959book17110.66Dawes, WilliamA sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual & Temporal at Westminster-Abby, on January the xxxth, 1710. Being the Day of the Martyrdom of the Blessed King Charles the First. By the Right Reverend Father in God, William, Lord Bishop of ChesterHistorySermons181ocn037689387rcrd19970.19Diana, Princess of Wales the BBC recording of the funeral services156ocn003904110book19240.76Westlake, H. FThe new guide to Westminster Abbey : with historical introductionHistoryChurch historyGuidebooks19184ocn044961686file19930.35Harvey, Barbara FLiving and dying in England, 1100-1540 the monastic experienceHistoryThis is a fascinating account of daily life in Westminster Abbey, one of medieval England's most important monastic communities. It is also a broad scholarly exploration of some major themes in the social history of the Middle Ages by one of its most distinguished historians. Barbara Harvey exploits the exceptionally rich archives of the Benedictine foundation of Westminster to the full, offering numerous vivid insights into the lives of the Westminster monks, their pensioners, and their patrons. She examines their charitable practices, their food and drink, illness and death, the abbey servants and the institution of corrodies--a key aspect of the abbey's finances. Harvey sets her findings in the context both of other religious institutions and of the secular world. Full of color and interest, Living and Dying in England is a highly readable and authoritative contribution to medieval history+-+7689573465324153310ocn056526513book20040.27Jenkyns, RichardWestminster AbbeyHistoryChurch history"Westminster Abbey is both an appreciation of an architectural masterpiece and an exploration of the building's shifting meanings. We hear the voices of those who have described its forms, moods, and ceremonies, from Shakespeare and Voltaire to Dickens and Henry James, we see how rulers have made use of it, from medieval kings to modern prime ministers. In a highly original book, classicist and cultural historian Richard Jenkyns teaches us to look at this microcosm of history with new eyes."--BOOK JACKET+-+616265921511431ocn049294366file0.25Irving, WashingtonThe mutability of literature a colloquy in Westminster Abbey11421ocn049294838file0.25Irving, WashingtonWestminster Abbey93562ocn001673464book18680.66Stanley, Arthur PenrhynHistorical memorials of Westminster abbeyHistoryBiography78513ocn001349570book19660.31Carpenter, EdwardA house of kings; the official history of Westminster AbbeyHistoryFrom 1066 to 1966, with special studies on the architecture, coronations, music and sacristy of the Abbey6535ocn044958012file19960.28Westminster AbbeyActs of the Dean and Chapter of Westminster, 1543-1609HistorySources+-+53310660353246223ocn000678003book19720.27Westminster AbbeyHistoryChurch history50974ocn001359926book18820.66Smith, A. MurrayWestminster AbbeyGuidebooks50625ocn001702231book19630.28Carpenter, EdwardWestminster AbbeyHistoryGuidebooksPictorial worksHistory and photos of Westminster Abbey+-+72156266253244761ocn031295131book19950.66Binski, PaulWestminster Abbey and the Plantagenets : kingship and the representation of power, 1200-1400History4652ocn132840443visu20070.12Passport to Europe with Samantha BrownA thrilling combination of history and beauty, the United Kingdom is an irresistible travel destination. Join Samantha Brown for this complete tour, from the stirring sights of London to the poetry-inspiring English countryside, and much more4513ocn003351823book19770.70Harvey, Barbara FWestminster Abbey and its estates in the Middle AgesHistory+-+04997734653244086ocn243673858book20090.66Jordan, William CA tale of two monasteries : Westminster and Saint-Denis in the thirteenth centuryHistoryFrom the Publisher: A Tale of Two Monasteries takes an unprecedented look at one of the great rivalries of the Middle Ages and offers it as a revealing lens through which to view the intertwined histories of medieval England and France. This is the first book to systematically compare Westminster Abbey and the abbey of Saint-Denis-two of the most important ecclesiastical institutions of the thirteenth century-and to do so through the lives and competing careers of the two men who ruled them, Richard de Ware of Westminster and Mathieu de Vendome of Saint-Denis. Esteemed historian William Jordan weaves a breathtaking narrative of the social, cultural, and political history of the period. It was an age of rebellion and crusades, of artistic and architectural innovation, of unprecedented political reform, and of frustrating international diplomacy-and Richard and Mathieu, in one way or another, played important roles in all these developments. Jordan traces their rise from obscure backgrounds to the highest ranks of political authority, Abbot Richard becoming royal treasurer of England, and Abbot Mathieu twice serving as a regent of France during the crusades. By enabling us to understand the complex relationships the abbots and their rival institutions shared with each other and with the kings and social networks that supported and exploited them, A Tale of Two Monasteries paints a vivid portrait of medieval society and politics, and of the ambitious men who influenced them so profoundly+-+16548664153055ocn001663955book19250.73Lethaby, W. RWestminster Abbey re-examinedChurch history3023ocn000808330book19650.79Westminster AbbeyDocuments illustrating the rule of Walter de Wenlok, Abbott of Westminster, 1283-1307HistoryChurch historySources2883ocn000211979book19710.81Colvin, HowardBuilding accounts of King Henry IIIHistorySources2589ocn000161620book19060.73Lethaby, W. RWestminster abbey & the king's craftsmen; a study of mediaeval building:2429ocn001188577book19090.73Bond, FrancisWestminster AbbeyHistory2333ocn001265891book19480.66Tanner, Lawrence EUnknown Westminster Abbey+-+7226507236324+-+7226507236324Fri Mar 21 15:34:03 EDT 2014batch60860