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In search of pre-Reformation English spirituality
R. N. Swanson

miscellany of pieces which could also serve for instruction of the laity, possibly in a less formal format than that set out by Drury. 53 Pictorial representations were also possible, like the extremely complex scheme outlining the efficacy of the sacraments as the remedy to original sin for those willing to act on their demands which is crammed on to two pages of a manuscript now in the British Library. 54

in Catholic England
R. N. Swanson

of St Chad, Lichfield ; linked to provision for the fabric of Lichfield cathedral (i) Total of benefits, as announced by the bishop of Lichfield, c. 1440 . [From British Library, MS Harley 5179, ff.118–v; in Latin. The date is unclear, the dating clause giving only

in Catholic England
R. N. Swanson

. 49. The hunt for heretics: mandate of the bishop of Norwich for inquisition into questionable activity in Bury St Edmunds, 1428 [British Library, MS Add. 14848, f.109r; in Latin] William, by divine permission bishop of Norwich, to the venerable and religious men, the abbot and convent of the monastery of St Edmund at Bury in our diocese

in Catholic England
Jews as Europeans in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries
John Edwards

British Isles, in Scandinavia, or the Low Countries. The overall continuity of Jewish settlement in the western half of the European continent in the early and High Middle Ages does not, however, indicate that Jews could necessarily rely on security or permanence. For Jews, the period covered by the present work was dominated by the phenomenon of expulsion, or, as it would apparently be described today

in The Jews in western Europe 1400–1600
R. N. Swanson

. Gillespie, ‘Vernacular books of religion’, in Book Production and Publishing in Britain, 1375–1475 , ed. J. Griffiths and D. Pearsall, Cambridge, 1989 , p. 325. 2 S. Powell, ‘A new dating of John Mirk’s Festial ‘, Notes and Queries , CCXXVII, 1982 , pp. 487–9; A. J

in Catholic England
Jonathan R. Lyon

London, British Library, Harley 2801. 13 Krings, Das Prämonstratenserstift Arnstein , 235–7. 14 Cf. The life of an unnamed magistra of Admont , also translated in this volume. 15

in Noble Society