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The English register of Oseney abbey.

The English register of Oseney abbey.

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Published by Pub. for the Early English text society, by K. Paul, Trench, Trübner & co., ltd. in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEarly English Text Society. Original series -- no.133, 144
ContributionsClark, Andrew, 1856-1922.
The Physical Object
Pagination234 p.
Number of Pages234
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22976092M
LC Control Number07018118

Osney Mill and Abbey. A plaque which commemorates the martyrdom of Robert of Reading is fixed to a decaying wall, part of the old Osney Abbey in the. grounds of Osney Marina at the far end of Mill Street, Oxford. This plaque was one of a set erected in by the Oxford City. When in Oxford Clark began editing numerous works for the Oxford Historical Society, including four volumes of the Register of the University of Oxford (–89), three volumes of Anthony Wood's History of the City of Oxford (–99) and five volumes of the Life and Times of Anthony Wood (); and then six volumes for the Early English Text.

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Jan 20,  · Author of The colleges of Oxford, Lincoln, Echoes of the Great War, The English register of Godstow nunnery, near Oxford, The cataloguing of mss. in the Bodleian Library, A Bodleian guide for visitors, The English register of Oseney abbey, by Oxford, . Feb 27,  · Last name: Murcutt Recorded as Morcott, Murcott, Murcutt, and possibly others, this is an English surname. It is of locational origin either from Morcott in Rutland recorded as Morcote in the famous Domesday Book of , Murcot in Oxfordshire or Murcott in Northamptonshire. The latter was first recorded as Morcotun in the Saxon Codex, dated.


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In the early 16th century Oseney Abbey had holdings in 16 English counties, as well as two churches and land in Ireland. It held the ecclesiastical manor in Hook Norton, and.

The chartulary of Oseney shows that between the years and the abbey was doing a large banking business, receiving from residents in Oxford sums of money on deposit, sometimes over £, to be repaid either on demand or with a week's or fortnight's notice.

Trustees and guardians were glad of an institution, honest and financially sound, where money could safely be left until it was wanted. Osney Abbey or Oseney Abbey, later Osney Cathedral, was a house of Augustinian canons at Osney in Oxfordshire. The site is south of the modern Botley Road, down Mill Street by Osney Cemetery, next to the railway line just south of Oxford station.

It was founded as a priory inbecoming an abbey around It was dissolved in but was created a cathedral, the last abbot Robert King Associated people: Robert D'Oyly.

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First published inthe publication of this English translation is of particular interest for those studying the growing status of English as a formal as well as informal language in the midth century. The manuscript's varying quality and. CARTULARY OF OSENEY ABBEY - VOL 1 by Salter (ed), Rev H E and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at cateringwhidbey.com Cartulary Oseney Abbey - AbeBooks cateringwhidbey.com Passion for books.

Legend (pointer groups greater than than) > >10 >1 Institution - an Institution associated with either the giver or receiver of a property transaction in a cartulary Property - a property place location that is a transaction in a cartulary.

The English register of Oseney Abbey, by Oxford, written about / edited, with an introduction and indexes by Andrew Clark Oseney abbey [ Book: ] Languages: English;English, Middle (), [1 other] View online (access conditions) At 6 libraries. Cartulary of Osney Abbey, Oxon. Note: Binding: stamped leather binding on boards, with remains of clasp.

Paste down vellum [?old binding] Edition: (fols only) The English Register of Oseney Abbey, ed A Clark (2 vols, Early Eng Text Soc, Orig Ser, cxxxiii, cxliv,for ) G R Date. This thesis contains an edition of the Coucher Book of Bolton Priory, an Augustinian house in Yorkshire, together with edited sections of Dodsworth MSlike the Coucher Book, a copy of the lost cartulary, and a number of original charters.

The English Register of Oseney Abbey Author: Katrina Jane Legg. The English register of Oseney abbey. Clark, Andrew, EUGENYE, Bisshop, seruaunte of seruauntes of god, to his loued soonys Wigoode prior of seynte Marye of Oseney and to his brethren, both present And to be, chanons, et cetera. the for|saide church.

‘ a.m. put away my “English Words in War-Time” of which I was paging several volumes: put on shoes and great coat, & armlet. Took Special Constable’s warrant-ticket in my pocket; and sallied forth.’ 1 For Andrew Clark, as the preceding quotation from his diary suggests, war was to be a period of unremitting cateringwhidbey.com: Lynda Mugglestone.This fifteenth-century stone archway in Mill Street is part of Osney Abbey, and is Grade II listed (List Entry No.

).It is pictured below in Nothing else remains of the abbey, except the rubble and timber-framed structure to the left whidch may also date from the fifteenth century.The English register of Oseney abbey / by Oxford, written about Ed., with an introduction and indexes, by Andrew Clark.

Clark, Andrew, The Booke of þ e ffeis seith þat þabbot of Oseney holdeþ In Hensinton. an hide londe in ffre almes & ȝeueth none scuage. [] A charter of þe Kyng bitwene Eustach ffiȝt Raph and.