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History Of English Poetry, From The Close Of The Eleventh Century To The Commencement Of The Eighteenth Century, The (3 Volumes) (BCL1-PR English Literature)

Warton, Thomas

ISBN 10: 0781270774 / ISBN 13: 9780781270779
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0781270774 Reprint of original 1871 edition** Reprinted by Haskell House in 1970 in 4 volumes. Red cloth hardcovers, contents in unmarked EXCELLENT condition; ships USPS with delivery confirmation in US 9/0774. Bookseller Inventory # SKU1065078

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Title: History Of English Poetry, From The Close Of...

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1824 edition. Excerpt: ...solely confined to the clergy: and, on the whole, they seem to come under the character of a religious fraternity. They were incorporated into a guild, or fellowship, by king Henry the Third about the year 1240, under the patronage of saint Nicholas. It was antiently customary for men and women of the first quality, ecclesiastics, and others, who were lovers of churchmusic, to be admitted into this corporation: and they gave large gratuities for the support, or education, of many persons in the practice of that science. Their public feasts, which I have already mentioned, were frequent, and celebrated with singing and music; most commonly at Guildhall chapel or college1. Before the reformation, this society was constantly hired to assist as a choir, at the magnificent funerals of the nobility, or other distinguished personages, which were celebrated within the city of London, or in its neighbourhood. The splendid ceremonies of their anniversary procession and mass, in the year 1554, are thus related by Strype, from an old chronicle. "May the sixth, was a goodly evensong at Guildhall college, by the Masters of the Clarks and their Fellowship, with singing and playing; and the morrow after, was a great mass, at the same place, and by the same fraternity: when every clark offered an halfpenny. The mass was sung by diverse of the queen's Mary's chapel and children. And after mass done, every clark went their procession, two and two together; each having on, a surplice and a rich cope, and a garland. And then, fourscore standards, streamers, and banners; and each one that bare them had an albe or a surplice. Then came in order the waits playing: and then, thirty clarkes, singing Festa Dies. There were four of these choirs. Then came a canopy,...

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