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to, 286

Secular clergy, 26, 27, 29, 95

Staff and ring, abbatial, investiture with
Self-denying ordinance, 347

the, 112
Seneschal of the abbey, 81, 141, 252 Stall, the abbot's, 73, 120; stalls, col.
Sergeants-at-mace, 253

legiate, 66
-arms, the mayor committed Statutes or hiring-fairs, 322

Steam-power propelling vessels, 358
Sermon by rev. N. Nichols before the Stephen, St. altar of, 120
corporation, 192, 198

Steward of the leet, 252; appointment
Sermons, place for, 56; sermon-house, of, 254, 256, 257
57

Stews for fish, 64
Servants in the abbey, 101, 142

Stocking trade, 313
Servi, in domesday, 158

Stole, the, 86
Services in the abbey church, 71; sus Stone drawn for the abbey church, 30
pended in parishes, 106

coffin found, at Alcester, 38; at
feudal, claimed by bp. Wulstan, Evesham, 96, 112, 118
100

coffins, in Mr. Rudge's plantation,
Severn, bridges and craft destroyed on, 45
332

shot found, 349
Sexte or sixths, service of, 71

Storehouse of abbey, 59, 64
Shakspere, cited, 186, 334

Storm, remarkable, prior to the battle,
Shambles, 195, 399, 400

334
Sheep roasted on the Avon, 413 Strangers conducted through the convent,
Shear-mill, 313

82 ; apartment for, 83; corporate
Shells of the Avon, 359

order against poor, 406
Shelburne MSS. cited, 124

ətreets, 159; improved, 164; condition,
Sheriff, hereditary, 102

370, 371
Sheriff's tourn, 156 ; hundred exempted Staype's Annals, cited, 378
from, 32, 251

St. John Baptist, image of, 143
Ship-money, assessments to, 163 St. Lawrence, parochial chapel of, 76,
Shire-gemote, 250

79, 130, 168, 169, 170, 171, 172,

173, 174, 175, 219, 230, 412
Shoemakers in the abbey, 101

northern chantry in, 171,
Shops near cemetery gate, 80

175; outhern, 174, 175, 176
Shrevell park : see Thornhill

parish, quantity of land in,
Shrines of ss. Ecgwin, Wistan, and 151
Wulsin, 40, 50, 73, 79, 104 ; of

chaplaincy and advowson,
Edward the Confessor, 377

143, 169,'78
injured, 41; made by abbot St. Peter's, Rine, St. Ecgwin there, 92
Mannie, 98; adorned by abbot Regi- Subsacrist, 78
nald, 102

Sunday, market formerly held on, 321
Silence, monastic, 71

-schools, 27, 209, 210, 211, 222
Silk-throwing, 314

Supremacy, oath , urged, 377; con-
Silver, chests of, 40

troversy respectiv, 378
Site of the monastery granted, 146, 147; Surrenders of abbots,139; at Evesham,
Hoby's title to disputed, 256

141, 145
Slavery, society for abolishing, 309 Swan House, now Staillotel, 392, 402,
Smith's, Miss Harriott, bequests, 393

403
Snelling on Jettons, cited, 317

Swannery, rent of, 360
Society for Promoting Christian Know Swans on the Avon, 359
ledge, 308

Swineherds, 14, 22
Solidus or ancient shilling, the, 155 Symous' bequest, 399
Southey, Robert, quoted, 156

Synod at Aln-cestre, 94
South Littletou, church, 239; popula-
tion, 239

Table-cloths for the refectory, 15
Spear-heads found at Sedgeberrow, 365 Tablets, monumental, 188, 20, 210,
Spicer's close, 399

221
Stabling of abbey, 59, 115

Tailor for the convent, 80

reeve, 258

230

Tapers in the abbey church, 79; paschal, Upper-table in refectory, 85
377

Urso, land held by, in Bengeworth, 158
Temperance Society, 309
Temporalities of the abbey during vacan Vale of Evesham defined, 15 : enclosed, 16
cies, 113 ; purchased by convent, 116

- ecclesiastical jurisdiction
Temple church, London, restoration of of, 97, 106, 112, 229; chapelries in,

109
Tenements purchased by the abbey, 114, Vanes injurious to pinnacles, 407
116, 119, 121, 214

Vatican decree from 136
Terriers, 178, 188, 223, 224

Vaults sustaining the choir, 46
Tewkesbury abbey, duchess of Clarence Venison foran abbatial anniversary, 128
lodged in and buried, 126

Vestiary. the abbot's, 73
battle of, 127

Vespers, 11. 73
Text, the ancient, 73, 78

Vicarage, unsightly tenements near, 182
Theam and infangtheof, 32, 251

Vice Chancellor's decree respecting Dea-
Thierry's Norman Conquest, cited, 337 cle & school, 218
Thornhill park, in Bengeworth, 15) Victoria, queen, coronation and marriage
Three weeks' court, 200, 252 253, 257

of 413
Thread my needle, sport of, 319

Vill. and Villa, 80, 154, 156
Threshing floor, under Town hall, 198 Vilani, or Villeins, 158
Tierce or thirds, service of, 71

Vlls regained by the abbey, 99; again
Tiles, glazed or encaustic, 45

lost. 100
Tindal's History of Evesham, published, Vines cultivated in open ground, 18, 84
388

Vineyard at Hampton, 30, 84, 246; in
Tithe, how secured to the convent, 34 Bengeworth, 76
of Sheriff's Leuch, 189

keeper of the conventual, 84;
small, received by curate of St. servants in, 101
Lawrence, 169

Vineyards purchased by the abbey, 119
barns of the abbey, 115, 238

Vine-street 62, 92, 159
Tokens, pecuniary, 317

Virgates of land, 79, 119
Toll, freedom from, 32

Virgin Mary, worship of 46, 48, 94;
Tomb of St. Wilsin, 47, 57, 73

image of, 62, 94, feast of, 128
Walter de Gloucester 48; of 's chapel, 112, 126; a second, 48
Symon de Montfort, 49 3:

62
Tonıbs of abbots, 48, 109, 18, 184 Visions, legendary, 91
Towels in the strangers' anatment, 83 Visitation of monasteries, 137 ; a second,
Towers in the deanery, teir character,

138
233

Visitors entertained in the abbey, 116,
Tower of the grand gatelvuse, 59, 60 64 127. 140, 141, 142
Leicester, built Mr. Rudge, 338

report upon Evesham monastery,
Town, commencementjf, 14, 155, 249 140

hall, the new or present, 197, Volunteers, local corps of. 408
256

Vow, benedictine, obligation of, 70
clerk,
councillors first election of, 412

Wafer, sacramental, 78
Trade, council repecting, 276, 312 Wagons carrying baggage of the chan-
Transept, the urat, built, 40 ; site 44 ; cellor. 111

foundation. 45, 96 ; lesser, 46 Wakes ancient saintly festivals. 218
Travellers of ynk in the convent 142 Wales, Evesham within the principality
Tudor style oarchitecture, 130, 173, 183 of 141
Tumulus at
leeve Prior, 363

Wall abbot Reginald's, 40. 168 ; abbot
Tunic the 13

Chyryton s, 58, 64; modern church-
Turnpike first erected, and act for the

yard, 182
couny
366

Walk from the abbey to St. Lawrence
Twyforg' bridge at, 150, 362

church. 176

Walks and drives in the vicinity, 18
Undeyroft, 40, 48

Walker's bequest, 401

appoitment of. 259

Warwick, tenants of the earl of, 122, 123 Windmills purchased by the abbey, 115
Watchmen in the abbey, 101

Wittenagemote, 96
Watsons' charities, 380, 394, 395, 398, Wolsey, as legate, visits the abbey, 129
399

Wool-tithe at Bretforton, 79
Water-table suggested, 182

Woollen cloth, manufacture of, 163
Wax, rents and payments in, 79

Worcester monks dying, prayed for, 100
lights for the abbey church, 114

bishop of, claims jurisdiction,
for St. Lawrence's church, 169 106; repulsed, 109; modern visitation,
Welsh, flight of the, at the battle, 335 178, 188
Wesleyan Methodism introduced, 210

Randulph de Evesham elected
Missionary Society, 308

bishop of, 107 ; Philip Hawford made
Westminster, dean and chapter of, 241 dean of, 132
abbey restored to the monks,

cathedral consecrated, 107 ;
377

Cropthorne given to, 157 ; rebuilt,
Review, quoted, 183

373; tower added, 375
Wever's conduct toward abbot Lichfield,

college, Oxon, for Benedic-
129

tines, 376
Wheat, parched, on Bredon-hill, 365

Annals, cited, 107
extraordinary crop of, 408 Worcestershire Friendly Institution, 311
White-book of the bishops, 35, 36 Wordsworth, quotation from, 232
Whitsun farthings, 36, 234

Worsted hose, knitting of, 313
Wiccii, diocese of the, 91 ; Huiccians, 21 Writs, parliamentary, 35; the earliest,
Wickhamford, chapelry of, 230; church, 275
245; population, 246

Wyllys, Robert, his gravestone, 188, 190
Willersey, chancel rebuilt, 115; advow-
son, 115, 143

Year, ancient commencement of, 284
Willis's, Brown, notice of the abbey, 43 's mind : see Anniversary
Winchcomb, abbot of, imprisoned, 99 York, letter from the duke of, 125
Willows, loppings of, granted, 239 Youth trained for the cloister, 69, 193
Windows, stained glass, how retained in
churches, 177

Zatton, abbot, defends the conventual
Wine, the abbot's, 85, 128

rights, 122

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