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Bell's Cathedrals: The Abbey Church of Tewkesbury - with some Account of the Priory Church of Deerhurst Gloucestershire

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The Project Gutenberg EBook of Bell's Cathedrals: The Abbey Church ofTewkesbury, by H. J. L. J. MasséThis eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and withalmost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away orre-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License includedwith this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.orgTitle: Bell's Cathedrals: The Abbey Church of Tewkesburywith some Account of the Priory Church of Deerhurst GloucestershireAuthor: H. J. L. J. MasséRelease Date: August 7, 2007 [EBook #22260]Language: English*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK ABBEY CHURCH OF TEWKESBURY ***Produced by Jeannie Howse, Jonathan Ingram and the OnlineDistributed Proofreading Team at http://www.pgdp.netTranscriber's Note:This e-text contains some less common characters: ~e, ~i, ~o and ~m (tildeover the character).If any of these characters do not display properly, you may have anincompatible browser or unavailable fonts. As a first resort, try changing yourbrowser's default font.Inconsistent hyphenation in the original document has been preserved.Obvious typographical errors have been corrected.For a complete list, please see the end of this document.Click on the images to see a larger version.TEWKESBURY ABBEY, FROM THE EAST.Photo. D. Gwynne.ToListTEWKESBURY ABBEY, FROM THE EAST.THE ABBEY CHURCH OFTEWKESBURYWITH SOME ACCOUNT OF THEPRIORY CHURCH OFDEERHURSTGLOUCESTERSHIREBYH.J.L.J. MASSÉ, M.A.Author of "Gloucester ...
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TEWKESBURY ABBEY, FROM THE EAST. TEWKESBURY ABBEY, FROM THE EAST.
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H.J.L.J. MASSÉ, M.A. Aut hor of "Gloucest er Cat hedral" "Mont S. Michel," "Chart res," et c. WITH XLIV Arms of the Abbey ILLUSTRATIONS LONDON GEORGE BELL & SONS 1906 First published, April, 1900. Reprint ed wit h correct ions, 1901, 1906. PREFACE. My heartiest thanks are here expressed to all who have helped me in any way during the compiling of this book—to Sir Charles Isham, of Lamport, for allowing me the use of hisRegistrum Theokusburiæ for several months, and for permission to reproduce two pages from it; to Mr. J.T. Micklethwaite for permission to make use of his paper onSaxon Churches in the Journal of the Archæological Institute, and to the Institute for leave to reproduce the three published blocks of Deerhurst; to Mr. W.H. St. John Hope for several suggestions; to Mr. A.H. Hughes, of Llandudno, Dr. Oscar Clark, and Mr. R.W. Dugdale, of Gloucester, for so liberally supplementing my own store of photographs; to Mr. S. Browett, of Tewkesbury, for the loan of the wood block on page 17; and, lastly, to Mr. W.G. Bannister, the sacristan of the Abbey, who placed his thorough knowledge of the building, its records, and its heraldry, together with the whole of his valuable MS. notes on these points, unreservedly at my disposal. H.J.L.J.M. CONTENTS. CHAPTER PAGE  I.of the Abbey Church, and Some AccountHistory of the Foundation and Fabric of its Benefactors3 II.The Exterior29  North Porch 30  The Tower 30  The West Front 32  The South Side 34  The Cloisters 34  The Lady Chapel 37 III.The Interior39
 The Nave 39  The Roof and its Bosses 42  The Font 43  The Lectern 44  The Pulpit 44  The Screen 45  The Great West Window 46  The Aisles 47  North Aisle and its Windows 47  South Aisle and its Windows 49  North Transept 51  Interior of the Tower 53  St. James' Chapel 55  Early English Lady Chapel 57  St. Margaret's Chapel 58  St. Edmund's Chapel 60  The Clarence Vault 62  St. Faith's Chapel 63  The Vestry 65  South Transept 68  The Choir 71  Altar 74  Sedilia 75  Tiles 76  Windows of the Choir 76  De Clares 77  Despenser Graves 81  The Tombs and Chantries—Warwick Chapel 83  Founder's Chapel 88  The Despenser Monument 90  Trinity Chapel 91  Tombs in the Ambulatory 93  Abbot Wakeman's Tomb 95  Abbot Cheltenham's Tomb 95  Abbot John's Tomb 96  Abbot Alan's Tomb 97  The Organs 97  Specification of the Grove Organ 98  Church Plate 100  Church Registers 100  Arms of the Abbey 101  Old Tiles 101  Abbots of Tewkesbury 101  Dimensions of the Abbey 132 DEERHURST.  The Priory Church105  Exterior—Tower 108  Interior—The Nave 108  The South Aisle 111  The North Aisle 112  The Font 114  The Choir 115  The Monastic Buildings121  The Saxon Chapel123  Index127
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