Catalog Record: Rites of Durham, being a description or brief declaration of all the ancient monuments, rites, & customs belonging or being within the monastical church of Durham before the suppression | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Rites of Durham, being a description or brief declaration of all the ancient monuments, rites, & customs belonging or being within the monastical church of Durham before the suppression. Written 1593.

Related Names: Hope, W. H. St. John Sir 1854-1919., Mickleton, James 1638-1693., Bates, George fl. 1593, supposed author., Fowler, J. T. 1833-1924, ed.
Language(s): English
Published: Durham [Eng.] Pub. for the Society by Andrews & co., 1903.
Subjects: Durham Cathedral.
Note: "Works most frequently quoted in the following notes": p. [192]; "Books mentioned in the text of Rites": p. [304]
Authorship unknown, but Thomas Baker, in a manuscript note in ms. Harl. 7047, one of the sources of this text, writes that "it is not improbable that George Bates, the last register of the house, was the author, of which there are some intimations in the collection itself." cf. Pref., p. xiv.
Edited by J. T. Fowler.
Physical Description: xxi, 355 p. 2 fold. col. plans. 23 cm.
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