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INDEX II.GENERAL INDEX OF SUBJECTS AND OF WORDS EXPLAINED IN THE NOTES.

Note.—The first of the above Indices contains about 2072 references, the second Index about 1552; 3624 in all: every reference has been carefully compared with the text since the Indices have been set up in type.

This edition of the Registrum Statutorum et Consuetudinum Ecclesiæ Cathedralis Sancti Pauli Londinensis consists of two hundred and fifty copies.

INDEX II.

GENERAL INDEX OF SUBJECTS AND OF WORDS EXPLAINED IN THE NOTES.

Adoptiones, 260

Almanac of Brass, lxiii.

Almoner, xxxix. 10, 76, 133, 147, 228, 282, 343, 358–9, 449

Almonry, 449
-, Boys of, 228

Alms, Licence to Guild of Jesus to collect, 452, 453

Almucium, 67, 323, 324, 327

Altar of Apostles, xxxvii.
-, S. Dionysius, 182
-, S. Katherine, 101
-, B. V. M. xxxvii.
-, S. Thomas, 182

Amice, 67

Amictus, see Almucium

Amys, a grey, 448

Angel noble, coin so called, 459

Angild, 113

Annuallere, 142

Anthems, 282

Apparatum Missæ, book so called, 399

Aratrum, 59

Archdeacon of London, xliv. 283, 284
-, Colchester, 284
-, Essex, 283, 284
-, Middlesex, 284
-, S. Alban's, xxiv.
-, London, his precedence, lviii. 183
-, London, his duties, 190
-, installation of, 26

Archdeaconry of London, its poverty, 21

Archdeaconries of Essex, Colchester, and S. Albans, transferred to Rochester, xxiv.

Archdeacons, xxiv. xxv. 13, 20

Armigeri Canonicorum, 126

Arms of Anne of Bohemia, 368
-, Archbishop Arundel, 368
-, Bishop Braybrooke, 368

Arras in Jesus' Chapel, 458

Arreragia, 97

Assartum, 125

Asseres et haspas librorum, 72

Assistants, Twelve, in Fraternity of Jesus, 443

Auditor Compoti, 246, 251, 259, 260

Augustine, S. Rule of, 229

Aula Gratiæ, 399, note

Average, 116

Averia, 59, 116

Averpeny, 116

Bakings, number in the year, 173

Ballivus, 86

Banners with cognisance of Jesus, 450

Barbitonsores at Canterbury, 422

Bassinus, 399

Baudekyns, 89

Beadle, 279

Beer, see Cervisia.

Benefices, collation to, 241

Bell ringers, 278, 279, 291, 304, 306
-, anciently kept the steeple, 278, 279
-, present at Feasts of Guild of Jesus, 448, 457

Bible read at dinner in Minor Canons Hall, 1396, 338–9

Bidding Prayer, 283, 305

Bishop, his dignity, xxi. xxii. 217
-, prayers at first reception of, 11, 218
-, present at certain feasts, 11, 182
-, installation of, 428, 429
-, Prebends free from Episcopal jurisdiction, 89

Bishops of London, list of, from Norman Conquest, 466

Bishop's Throne at S. Paul's, 398

Blodwite, 116

Blood-letting, xxx. lxiii. 37, 133, 189

Bolla, 69

Bonfire on Feast of Jesus, 450, 457

Bote, 85

Boy Bishop, lix. lx. 91, 93, 129 Erasmus, Concio de Puero Jesu, lx. 92

Braciare, 99

Braciator, 76, 174

Bracini Custos, 10, 30, 75, 76, 96, 164, 176
-, Janitor, 20

Bracinum, 13, 30, 75, 174, 195

Brasses, Monumental, 274, 280

Bravium, 26

Bread, see Loaves

Bread, holy, 457
-, singing, 457
-, money, 314

Brewery, see Bracinum

Brewings, in the year, 75

Bridges, a kind of thread, 458

Briga, 172

Bubulcus, 59

Bull, Boniface IX. xxxii. 197, 410
-, Innocent III. 122
-, Leo X. xxxii. 214, 407
-, Lucius III. 190
-, Martin V. xxxii. 200, 408
-, Urban, 176

Burgagium liberum, 437

Busca, 99

Buxum, 141

Calabre, 323, 324, 327

Camera, 30, 132, 174, 227, 325

Camerarius, see Chamberlain

Camerarius Pistrini, 340

Campanarum Pulsatores, see Bell Ringers

Campanile, 77

Cancellarius, see Chancellor

Candles, tallow, price of, in 1553, 458
-, not lighted in sufficient numbers by singers, 276

Canons, why so called, lvii.

Canons, Major, see also Residentiarii, xxvii.–xxxiii. 34
-, their number, thirty, 23
-, installation of, 25, 182, 230
-, oath of, 26
-, psalms to be recited by, xxviii. 24, 25, 26, 31
-, elect Dean and Bishop, 23
-, each Canon has two Clerks, 33, 125
-, to entertain Lord Mayor, 126
-, to entertain totum Chorum, 126, 131
-, not to reside far from the Cathedral in first year, 126, 128
-, Esquires of, 126
-, some were children, 19
-, their first residence. See Residence
-, Residentiaries, whence so called, 229
-, their duties, 228—232
-, regular Canons and secular, 229
-, rule of S. Augustine, 229
-, dress, 231–2
-, conduct in Choir, 232
-, might be laymen at institution, 230
-, none but native Englishmen to hear Capitular secrets, 210
-, Fees, 202
-, to keep lease books, 314

Canons, Minor, xxxiii.—xxxviii.
-, Book III. 48, 49, 66, 69, 102, 103, 106, 133, 222, 235
-, their existence from very ancient times, 325
-, incorporation into College by Richard II. 326
-, Statutes of, 329–359, 274,
-, officiate at High Altar, 49
-, seat in stalls, lx. 92
-, their assiduous labour, 149
-, their precedence, 138
-, rarely all present, 137
-, Statutes produced at Visitation of Bp. Gibson, 293, 296, 301
-, their houses, 274, 303, 306

Canons, Minor, Royal Charter of Incorporation, 326
-, dined in hall in 1598, 274
-, their Butler, 274
-, Litany said by two, 1696, 282
-, Epistle and Gospel said by two, 1696, 282
-, conduct at table, 338–9
-, reading of Bible in Hall, 338–9
-, Senescallus or Steward of, 340–1
-, Strangers at their table, 342–3
-, Warden of, his election, 350–1
-, Pitantiary of, his election, 350–1
-, Fines levied by, 352–3
-, Form of Prayer at installation, 370
-, Schedule of livings, 375
-, Present at Feasts of Guild of Jesus, 447, 449, 456, 457
-, lease-book to be kept, 306
-, terriers of their estates to be preserved, 305
-, receive each twenty shillings on first residence of Canon, 402
-, their hall, 321, 322, 327, 358–9
-, their prebend defined, 325
-, wear almuces, 323–4
-, College called S. Peter's College, lxiv.
-, their college founded, 327
-, their servants, 356–7
-, their seals, 356–7
-, woodcut of, xxxiv.
-, dinner in hall, 338–9
-, Statutes to be read annually, 352–3
-, mode of election, xxxv. 330–1
-, oath on admission, 334–5
-, Warden to admit new Fellow, 334 5
-, how designated in Statutes, xxxiii.
-, celebrate Mass of B.V.M. xxxvii.
-, celebrate Apostles' Mass, xxxvii.
-, endowment from Finchingfield, xxxvii.
-, Sudbury, xxxvii.
-, Halstead, xxxviii.

Canons, Minor, of St. Paul's differ from any other corporation of Minor Canons, xxxviii.
-, only three in 1661, lii.

Canons Minor, at Hereford
-, College reduced to six, xxxviii
-, subsequently augmented to ten, xxxviii.

Cantilena, 153

Cantor, see Precentor

Cantus Organicus, 73, 104

Capella, see Chapels

Capellæ Episcopi Capellanus, 13

Capellani, 134, 136, 138, 150, 190, 193, 196, 235

Caps, square, to be worn, 280, 422, 423

Caputium, 67

Cardinals, xxxv.–vi. 101, 102, 103, 127, 147, 150, 173, 222, 273, 282, 325, 327, 448, 449, 477
-, to catechise Choristers, 273, 283, 302, 305, 312, 313
-, to note the absent, 282, 302, 305
-, exempt from early morning prayers, 273
-, junior, his duties, 358–9

Cartbote, 85

Carthage, Councils of, cited, 39, 40, 41, 42, 46

Carriagium, 117

Carucagium, 115

Catalla, et bona, 121

Cathedral, first institution of, 9, 10
-, carrying burdens through, 276, 278
-, first stone of New Cathedral laid 1675, li.
-, Choir reopened, 1698–9, li.
-, Act, 3 and 4 Vict. cap. 113, lxvii.

Cathedrals of New Foundation, xix.
-, of Old Foundation, xix.

Caulæ fimus, 59

Cemetery, 31, 118

Cervisia, 130, 163, 170, 174, 176, 177, 190

Cervisiæ Tractator, 76

Chamber office, 277

Chamberlain, 10, 30, 32, 78, 127, 133, 189, 202, 203, 227, 245, 246, 259, 402
-, of the Bake House, 343

Chancellor, xxvi. 13, 16, 18, 23, 24, 49, 51, 78, 183, 205, 226, 283, 285, 413

Chantries, 70, 134, 143, 196, 235 of Bishop Eustace de Fauconberge, 182, 219
-, collation to, 241
-, united, 142, 145
-, of Will. de S. Maria, 173

Chantry Priests, xxxix.
-, present at Feasts of Guild of Jesus, 448, 449, 456, 457
-, to be examined by Cardinals and Succentor, 150
-, oath, 203
-, Chaucer's, 142
-, fees on admission, 202, 203

Chapel Royal, some of Cath. Choir belonged to, in 1598, 280

Chapels in the Cathedral,—
-, Dean's, 277
-, Dunstan's, S. 277
-, Deans and Archdeacons in Parliament time sat in, 277
-, Faith, S. 276, 277, 278
-, George, S. 277
-, Hastings, 478
-, Jesus, 272, 274, 277, 458
-, John, S. 277, 278
-, Katherine, S. 277
-, Kempe, Bishop, 277
-, Lady, xliii. 90, 277
-, Lancaster, Duke of, 277
-, Long, 277
-, Morning Prayer, 277 reopened 1697, li.
-, one converted into School, 1598, 277
-, used as Vestries, 277
-, turned to secular uses, 277, 278

Chapter, 240
-, Weekly Saturday, xxxvii. xlix. 19, 222, 241, 285, 304, 306
-, had lapsed, 84
-, revived, 19

Chapter House, upper cloister of, 278
-, Lower cloister of, 278, 279

Charters, Royal—
-, Ethelbert, 113, 114
-, Edward the Confessor, 112
-, William I. 112, 113, 114 II. 114, 119
-, Henry I. 114, 119 II. 381
-, John, 115, 122

Charters, Royal—
-, Henry III. 117, 381
-, Edward I. 118, 388
-, II. 112, 118
-, III. 112, 120, 155
-, Richard II. 142, 154, 326
-, Henry IV. 154, 156
-, V. 154, 156
-, VI. 154, 156, 435
-, Edward IV. 111
-, Henry VIII. 369
-, Elizabeth, 369

Chest, the Great, 207, 208, 212, 245, 269

Chimere, 68

Choreas, 153

Chori Rectores, 22

Choristæ, clerici nuncupati, 402

Chorister boys, 275, 276, 282, 305: and see Almonry
-, ten in Wolsey's time, 254
-, hunting after spur money, 275, 276
-, ten in 1598, 278
-, present at certain Feasts of Guild of Jesus, 447, 449, 456, 457, 458
-, ten in 1553, 449
-, gowns for, presented by Guild of Jesus, 449
-, Master of, 449

Chrism, consecration of, 192

Chrodegang, S. rule of, lvii. lviii. 39, 40, 41, 43

Chroniculi S Pauli, London, 77

Ciphus, 399

Classicum, 16

Clerici, unde dicuntur, 40

Clericus Capituli, 202, 203
-, Registri, 73

Coadjutores, 235

Coals, price of, in 1553, 458

Cocliaria, bequeathed, 399

Codeton, super quatuor libros sententiarum, 399

Collationes, 260

Collector Reddituum, 75, 227

College of S. Peter, 236, 241 of Twelve Minor Canons, founded, 327

Collobium, or Colobium, 44

Commissarius Generalis, 203

Commission of Edward III. 195

Communa, 29, 30
-, Manors forming the, xxvii.

Communion, Holy, on Sundays and Feasts, 1696, 285, 305

Communion, Holy
-, Trisagion and Gloria in Excelsis sung, 285
-, Persons in Holy Orders communicate every Sunday at least, 285
-, Enquiries about, 302, 305

Constancia Pistrini et Bracini, 69

Convocation, Dean's Virger Ostiarius of Lower House of, xlii.

Convocation House, 279

Copes, xlv. 141, 204, 277
-, to be provided at Chichester, 1635, 423
-, Black. worn, 327

Corona, 46

Correction of Ministers, 270
-, of Greater Canons, 270

Cross, Paul's, see Paul's Cross

Crowdes, see Shrowdes

Crowns of the Rose, 459
-, of the Sun, 459

Crucifix in N. Transept, offerings at, 91

Curate of S. Gregory's, 340, 341

Curfew, 71, 76, 109, 124
-, rung in Dean Donne's time, xlii.

Custos Bracini, see Bracinum
-, Cameræ, 96, 164, 257
-, Capellæ, B. V. M. 228
-, Novæ Fabricæ, 228
-, Operis, 77, 100, 101, 131
-, Pistrini, 173, 176, 227, 245, 246, 259
-, Veteris Fabricæ, 13

Dance of Death, on Walls of Chapel, xxxiv.

Dapifer, 114

Dean, xxii.—xxiv.
-, manner of election and confirmation, 14, 219
-, prayer for the elected Dean, 14
-, installation of, 15, 181, 430, 431
-, oath at installation, 15
-, his proctor, 130
-, his duties, 163, 182, 183, 221, 237
-, double right of presentation to chantries and benefices, 241
-, double portion in distributions, 244
-, visitation of manors, 247

Dean, his residence, 238
-, his locum tenens, 238
-, his double dividend, 267
-, reverence to, 239
-, has no seat in Chapter unless a Prebendary, 390–1
-, always Rector of the Guild of Jesus, 437, 440

Deans of S. Paul's, list from Norman Conquest, 468

Dean's Chapel, 277

Decenna, 116

Decennier, 116

Denum denarium, 69

Denegeldum, 113

Dene, 133

De profundis, 456

Deputies of Vicars Choral, 317, 318
-, to be appointed by D. and C. 318

Dinners on Sundays, xli.

Dirige, 62, 447

Discus, 399

Disena, see Dizena

Dispensations, 247

Distributiones quotidianæ, 176, 242

Divinity lecture, 273, 413
-, lecturer, 291

Dizena, 69, 133

Doubles, see Festivals

Dress of the Clergy, lxii.

Dunstan, S. Chapel, 277
-, Lord Mayor sits there 1598, 277

Easter Sepulchre, 82, 141

Ebdomadarius, see Hebdomadarius

Election of Minor Canons, Mode of, 330–1
-, Warden of M. C. 350, 1
-, Pitantiary of M. C. 350, 1

Eleemosinarius, see Almoner

Epistoler, a Minor Canon, 282

Erkenwald, S. Feasts of, lvi. lix. 11, 393
-, Burial of, 393–5
-, Translation of, lvi. 393–5
-, Shrine of, lvi 398
-, Miracles of, 393
-, Indulgences on Feasts of, 393
-, Ring bequeathed to Shrine of, 398
-, Prayers of, 81, 393–5

Estovers, 85

Ethelburga, S. Prayer of, 81

Etheldreda, S. Prayer of, 81 margin

Excommunications, 191, 195, 397

Explorator horæ matutinæ, 103

Expositio de Patrellis, 399

Faith, S. Chapel of, 276, 277, 278
-, Epigram on, lxv.
-, Festival of, 133

Falda, 59

Fasciolæ, 39

Feast de Nomine Jesu, 447

Fees on admission to offices, 111, 202, 203
-, to Parish Priests, 194

Feoda, see Fees

Festivals, doubles, simples, 22

Filacium, 452

Fimus caulæ, 59

Fines for absence, 282, 312, 318
-, levied by Minor Canons, 352–3

Fire, Great, of 1666. Mr. John Tillison preserved the Cathedral Archives, viii.

Firebote, 85

Fires at the Cathedral, 77, 78, 477
-, Precautions against, xliii.

Firma, 29, 36, 69, 163
-, Dispute about, 184
-, in country not to be let to Residentiaries, 247

Firmarius, 29, 174

Fithwite, 116

Flemensfreme, Flemenesfrenthe, or Flemenesfyrinthe, 116

Flemeneswite, or Flemeswite, 116

Flores Benedicti, book so called, 399

Focale, 85

Foot of tre, 460

Forstall, 116

Forestallamentum, 159

Forestaller, 159

Forestalling, 159

Francoplegio, 116

Frater, Derivation of, 338–9

Frateria, 63

Fraternities, see Guilds

Fremensfreche, 116

Garciones, xliii. 109, 124, 225

Garlands, 458

Geldum, 113

Gentaculum, 125

George, S. Chapel, 277

Gloria Patri, Turning to east at, l. lix. 44, 57, 103, 275

Gospeller, a Minor Canon, 282

Gowns for Choristers, supplied by Guild of Jesus, 449
-, for Wardens of Guild, 445

Grammar School, 226

Gregory, S. Curate of, 340, 1

Grithbreche, 113, 116

Guild of All Souls, lxv.
-, of B. V. M. lxv.
-, of S. Catherine, lxiv.

Guild of Jesus, see lxiv–lxvii. and Book V.
-, Foundation of, 435
-, Dean of S. Paul's always Rector, 437, 440
-, Statutes of, 441–452
-, MS. relating to, in Bodleian, 483
-, Licence to collect alms in Diocese of York, 452–3

Gula Augusti, 96

Haberdashers' Company, 358, 9

Haia viva, 85

Halimote, Halmote, or Halymotum, 86

Hamsoca, 116

Hankwit, 116

Hastings Chapel, 478

Haybote, 85

Hebdomadarius, 12, 16, 17, 36, 48

Hedgebote, 85

Hengewyte, 116

Herbagia, 58

Herbs for decorations, 451, 458

Heriecta, see Heriot

Heriot, 59

Heyfare, 116

Hidage, 115

Hide of land, 114

Hinfangthefe, see Infangethefe

Holy bread, 457

Holy Communion, see Communion Holy

Hoods to be worn, 302, 305, 423

Hours of divine service 1598, xlix. 272
-, 1696, 281
-, 1724, 312

Housebote, 85

Hymns, 282–283

Ignitegium, see Curfew

Images of Jesus, 449
-, Our Lady, 449
-, S. Sebastian, 449

Indulgences for Feasts of S. Paul and S. Erkenwald, 393

Infangethefe or Infangtheof, 113, 121

Injunctions of Bishop Compton, 281–6
-, Bishop Gibson, 311–314
-, Bishop Blomfield, 317–8

Innocents Holy, Day, lix. lx. 91, 128, 129

Inspeximus, lxii.

Installation of Bishop, 428–9
-, Dean, 430–1
-, Canon, 424–8

Instauramentum or Instaurum, 59

Irreverence in the Cathedral, 79, 275, 276, 311

Jesus, Feast De Nomine Jesu, 447
-, Fraternity of, see Guild
-, Chapel, 272, 274, 277

John, S. Chapel, 277, 278

Justiciarii itinerantes, 157

Katherine, S. Altar of, 101
-, Chapel of, 277

Keeper of the Vestry, 448

Kempe, Bishop, Chapel of, 277

Lady Chapel, 277
-, Deans and Archdeacons sat here in Parliament time 1598, 277

Lairwite, 116

Lamp oil, price of in 1533, 458

Lancaster, Chapel of Duke of, 277

Lance æqua, 28

Lateran, second Council, 181

Laymen residing with Minor Canons at Lichfield 1635, 423

Lease books, 303, 306, 314

Lecherwite, 116

Lecture divinity, see Divinity

Legergeldum, 116

Leirwite, 116

Lestagium, 117

Letter of Archbishop Laud to D. and C. of Norwich, 420
-, D. and C. of Norwich in reply, 421
-, Abp. Peckham to Fulk Lovel, 386
-, Pope Anicetus, 46

Liberatio, 69, 95

Library, 354–5 of Bishop FitzHugh, 398–9

Ligator librorum, 13, 133, 219

Limphatorium, 399

Ling, reserved for the Crown, 121

Litany, said by two Minor Canons 1696, 282

Literati, 29

Loaves, 95, 99, 130, 163, 170, 173, 174, 176, 177, 182, 190, 213, 325

Long Chapel, 277

Lord Mayor, see Mayor, Lord

Magister Scholæ Cantus, 22, 226
-, Scholæ Grammaticæ, 226

Maiser, see Mazer

Male ingigne, or mal engine, 445

Mandatarius, 288

Manors, Chingford, 208
-, Sandon, 208
-, Sutton, 417
-, Sutton, to be of the Commune, 268

Manuscripts employed in preparation of this volume, 470– 484

Marescallus, 174

Mark, value of, 173

Marriages, fees, 194
-, of clerks in inferior orders, 40

Mass, see also Missa
-, of Jesus on Fridays, 449
-, Requiem, 447, 448, 449

Master of Choristers, 449
-, Almonry, see Almoner

Matricula, 101

Mayor, Lord, 126, 147, 196, 277, 381
-, attends Spital Sermon, 451

Mazer, 460

Menestralli, see Minstrels

Mercers' Company, to show by what right they govern S. Paul's School, 280

Meremium or Meremum, 85

Minor Canons, see Canons Minor
-, at Norwich, 420–1
-, at Hereford, xxxviii.

Minstrels, 72

Minutio sanguinis, see Bloodletting

Misericord, 399

Misericordia, 115

Missa Apostolorum, 67, 102
-, Capitularis, 326
-, B.V.M. 67, 68, 102, 104, 395

Monastery of S. Paul's, 379, 380

Morbus Sonticus, 34, 252

Morning Prayer, early, 272, 282, 301, 304
-, Subdean and Cardinals exempt from, 273, 282

Morning Prayer Chapel, 277

Muniments, inquiry at visitation, 303

Murders in the Church-yard, 387–8, 396–7

Music, Church, Erasmus on, lx. lxi.
-, Thos. Langley on, lxi. lxii.

Nave of S. Paul's, see Paul's Walk
-, Buyers and Sellers in, 79, 391

Naves of Cathedrals, no standing seats in 1635, 423

Nova fabrica, B. V. M. 70

Novelli Residentiarii, 268

Novi operis Magister, 100, 101

Norwicensis taxatio, 9, 23

O facere suum, 93, 128

O sapientia, 93

Oath of Dean, 15
-, Canon, 111
-, Minor Canon, 334–5
-, Chantry Priest, 203
-, Official, sede vacante, 383
-, Proctor of Guild of Jesus, 446
-, Twelve Scribes, 78
-, At Visitation, 301

Obits, 236, 245, 350–1

Oblations, lvi. lxvi.48, 100, 184, 185

Officiarius of Archdeacon of London, 202, 203

Officers, Minor, list of, xliii.

Oil, lamp, see Lamp

Olla, 399

Oos, the fifteen, 93

Oratory in Bishop's Palace, 362

Orders, to be in Holy
-, Dean (Priest), 48
-, Canons, 48
-, Vicars, 68

Orfgeld, 113

Organ, 276, 457
-, at Lichfield, 423

Organicus cantus, 73, 104

Organist, no officer of that name in Cathedrals of the Old Foundation. lx.

Osmund, S. Rule of, 52, 56, 57, 58

Othoboni Constitutiones, 41, 66

Othonis Constitutiones, 41

Paagium, 117

Panetria, 228

Panis, see Loaves

Panis benedictus, 174

Palace of Bishop of London, xxxiv. 362

Parictour, 278

Par precum, 399

Pasnagium, Passagium, or Pasuagium, 117

Paternoster Makers, lxiii.
-, Row, lxiii.

Paul, S. Feasts of, lvi. 11, 393
-, Indulgence on Feasts of, 393
-, Responsory of, 11

Paul's Chain, 73
-, Cross, 278, 397, 451, 457
-, Walk, lvi. 79, 276, 278, 391

Paul's, S. School, 78, 92, 279, 280
-, Statutes of, 92

Pedagium, 117

Pelvis, 399

Perambulations in Regation Week, 279

Personæ Majores or Principales, xxii. xxv 26, 219

Peter, S. ad vincula, 34

Petti Canons. place so called, 273

Pewterers' Company, 358–9

Picagium, 160

Picta, 69

Pileum or Pilleum, 67

Pistor, 174

Pistrini Camerarius, 340
-, Custos, 176

Pistrinum, 196, 227, 325

Pitantia, 69, 134

Pitantiarius, xxxvi. 69, 136 of the Minor Canons, his election, 350–1

Pittances, 186

Placebo, 62

Placitum, 115

Ploughbote, 85

Pœnitentiarius, 13, 67, 182, 289

Pontagium, 117

Porters at Canterbury to be Barbers, 422

Potation to brethren of Guild of Jesus, 445

Preachers, at Paul's Cross, &c. 451, 457

Preachers, Dr. Ratcliffe's Gift to, lvi.

Preachers, Shunammites' House, lvi.

Prebendaries, see Canons Major

Prebendal Stalls, 24, 25

Precentor, xxvi. 13, 22, 24, 50, 205, 225, 283, 284

Preciosa, 243

Presbiteri, 135

Processions, 26, 175, 191, 240, 428–9, 430–1, 448

Processions at Pentecost, 79, 184

Proctors of Guild of Jesus, 445

Prosa, 17

Protestation of Residence, see also Residence, 33, 424

Psalmodia, 42, 45, 66, 175, 275, 278

Psalms appointed to each Prebendary, xxviii. 24, 25, 26, 31, 285
-, reference to practice in Dr. Donne's Sermons, xxviii.
-, appointed to each Prebendary, numbered as in Prayer Book, 465–6
-, said by Prebendary, whether present or absent, xxix.
-, chanted in 1696, 282
-, sung harmonicè when so ordered by Dean and Residentiaries 1696, 282

Puchia, 101

Pueri elemosinarii, see Almonry

Pulsatores Campanarum, see Bell Ringers

Pulvinaria, 141

Pupilla Oculi, book so called, 399

Quotidians, 176, 242

Rebinare, 110

Receptor Generalis, 245, 246, 251, 257, 259, 284

Rectores Chori, 22

Regard, Regarder, Regardum, 125

Registrarius, 203

Regrator, 159

Regula Canonica S. Pauli, 38
-, S. Chrodegangi, see S. Chrodegang

Relevia, 59, 115

Requiem, Mass of, 447, 448, 449

Residence, Protestation of, xxix. 33, 125, 254, 424
-, what constitutes, xxix.-xxx. 233
-, Wolsey's Statuteson, 248–263
-, after first year, 258
-, expenses of first, 402
-, Bull of Boniface IX concern ing, 197
-, Bull of Martin V. 200 Leo X. 214
-, extract from Register of Bishop Fitzjames, 400–412
-, first, 33, 106, 125, 128, 151, 187, 255, 257, 401, 402

Residentiaries, xxix.
-, Profession, 183, 233
-, not to reside in any other Church, 233, 238
-, leave of absence, 234, 243
-, their duties, 239
-, to keep one Canonical hour, at least, 239
-, to attend Choir on Sundays and Great Feasts, 210, 239
-, payments by new, to Bishop, Minor Canons, &c. 254
-, disputes between themselves, 242
-, disputes between them and Dean, 242
-, daily distribution to, 242
-, quarterly distribution to, 243
-, during first residence called Novelli Residentiarii, 268
-, Novelli Res. not to have same portion as old Resid. 268
-, limited to four, 238
-, eleven, 183
-, five, 198, 201, 215
-, six in 1520, 419
-, one, 88
-, two or three, 212

Responsorium, S. Pauli, 11

Reverence to the east, 239
-, to Dean, 239

Rewardum, 125

Rocheta or Rochetum, 68

Rood in Jesus Chapel, 458

Ritual, lix.

Rule of S. Chrodegang, see S. Chrodegang

Sacha or Saka, 112, 121

Sacrist, xxv. 10, 21, 30, 73, 101, 124, 147, 173, 202, 204, 205, 223, 245, 246, 402

Sacrista, see Sacrist

Salsaria, 399

Salves, to be said, 449

Sarum use, introduced at S. Paul's, lix.

Saturday Chapter, see Chapter

Scamna or Scanna, 141

Schola Cantus, 226
-, Grammatica, 23, 78, 226

Scholæ de Arcubus, et S. Martino Magno, 23

Scholarum Magister, 78

School held in one of the Chapels 1598, 277

Scriba Capituli, 241

Scribe, errors of, 46

Scriptor librorum, 13, 173, 219

Scriptores duodecim, 78

Scutifer, 398

Sea, encroachments of, xxvii.

Seals of the Cathedral, 132

Seal of Guild of Jesus, 444
-, Chapter, 269
-, Minor Canons, xxxiv. 356–7
-, Sigillum ad Causas, 270–71

Sebastian, S. image of, 449

Secutores Chori, 235

Sede vacante, charter as to temporalities, 388
-, jurisdiction of, D. and C. xxiv. 382

Selda, 194

Senescallus, see Steward

Senescallus Curiarum, 246

Sepulchre, Easter, 82, 141

Sequentia, 17

Sermon, appointment of Preacher, 188
-, Order of Preaching, 283–5
-, in Lent, 284–5
-, inquiries at Visitations about, 302, 305, 312
-, founded 1570, 415
-, at Paul's Cross, 397
-, at S. Mary Spital, 451

Sermons, 273, 278, 279, 451, 457

Service, hours of, 1598, xlix. 272
-, 1696, liii. 281
-, 1724, liv. 312
-, 1869, liv.

Serviens Communis, 20

Servientes, see Virgiferi

Sexton, 448, 456

Seysina, 86

Shrowdes, or Crowdes, 278, 279, 435

Shunammites' House, lvi.

Sigillum ad causas, see Seal

Sincrafa, 379

Singing bread, 457

Socagium, 115, 437

Socha or Soka, 112, 121

Sowning (answering to), 445

Species, 128

Spital Sermons, 451

Spur-money, 275
-, Duke of Wellington, demanded of, 275

Stacionarius, see Stagiarius

Stadiarius, see Stagiarius

Stagia, 35

Stagiaries, 350–1

Stagiarius, xxix. 35, 101, 236

Stallagium, 117

Stalls occupied by Minor Canons as well as Major, lx.

Stationarius, xxix. 35

Statuta Majora, 470
-, Minora, 472

Statutes, Book of, to be kept in Chapter House, 313
-, Ancient Manuscripts of, 470–479
-, Transcripts of, 480
-, Book of, Members of Cathedral may make extracts from, 313
-, D. and C. cannot alter without consent of Bishop, xlix.
-, Dean Colet's Exhibita tentative, 247
-, Dean Colet's xlv-xlix.
-, Cardinal Wolsey's, xlix.
-, Warham's, Protest against, 419
-, Warham's, disclaimed by Dean Nowell, 419
-, Wolsey's, Protest against, 418
-, FitzJames', Protest against, 419
-, of Minor Canons, 329–359
-, produced at Visitation, 293, 296, 301
-, of Cathedrals printed. Canterbury, Ely, Lichfield, Lincoln, Peterborough, Westminster, York, xix. of Guild of Jesus, 441–452

Sterlingus, 152

Steward of Minor Canons, 340–1

Subdean, xxiv lxvi. 94, 173, 222, 273, 282, 283
-, present at certain feasts of Guild of Jesus, 447–8, 456–7
-, signs Statutes of Guild of Jesus, 450
-, always a Minor Canon, xxiv. to appoint music in 1696, 283 exempt from early Morning Prayers, 273, 282

Subdean, claimed living of S. Giles, Cripplegate, xxiv.

Succentor, xxvi. 202, 226
-, to examine Chantry Priests, 150, 236
-, his weekly report on attendance of Vicars Choral, 318

Subscriba Capituli, 227

Summa Confessorum, book so called, 399

Sunday dinners, xli.

Supervisor, 257–259

Supper at five o'clockin 1396, 338–9

Sutton, manor of, to be of the Communa, 268

Tabulæ Scriptor, 105

Tallagium, 117

Tallia, 29, 58, 174, 175

Tapestry, 399, 458
-, in Minor Canons' Hall, 358, 9

Team or Tem, 113

Terriers of estates to be kept, 303

Testamenta, see Wills

Theame or Theme, 113

Theolonium, 86, 113

Thethingpenny, 116

Thol, 113

Tithes of Willesdon and S. Pancras, 184

Tol or Tolnetum, 113

Tonsure, lxii. 28, 41, 45, 46, 47, 66

Treasurer, xxv. 13, 21, 24, 30, 205, 223, 225, 283, 284

Trenchurbred, 325

Turbaria, 115

Turris, 110

Twigild, 113

Union of Chantries, see Chantries

Utfangtheof, 121

Use of S. Paul's, lix.

Use of Sarum introduced at S. Paul's, lix

Valettus, 398

Vaults beneath Cathedral let out for hire, 281

Vespers and Compline to be said without interval, 189

Vestry, 277
-, Chapels used as in 1598, 277
-, Keeper of, 448

Vicars, xxxix.-xli. 18, 19, 67, 69, 97, 102, 103, 104, 106, 138, 150, 186, 187, 189, 282, 303, 304
-, dispute as to precedence, 138, 150
-, to know the whole Psalter, 234, and see also 68
-, fines for absence, 318
-, their muniments, 395
-, donation of Steeple Bumpstead to, 395
-, donation of five marks from Finchingfield to, 395
-, all rarely present, 137
-, six only in Dean Colet's time, 234, 254
-, six only now, xli.
-, some married in Dean Colet's time, 234
-, not to be proctors, attorneys, or executors, 234
-, present at certain Feasts of Guild of Jesus, 447, 449, 456, 457
-, read first lesson in Bishop Compton's time, 282

Vicars gave out Anthem in 1696, 283
-, Bishop Blomfield's Statute concerning, 317, 318
-, deputies, 317, 318

Vice Comes (Sheriff) 197

Vidimus explained, lxii.

Villenagium, 86

Vincula, S. Peter ad, Feast of, 34

Virger, the Dean's, Ostiarius of Lower House of Convocation, xlii.

Virgers, xli.-xliii. 21, 71, 75, 109, 124, 125, 140, 202, 210, 224, 278, 279, 303
-, give up their rods at Michaelmas, 91, 225
-, their duties, 306
-, to be unmarried, 225
-, demand money for opening seats, 312
-, present at certain Feasts of Guild of Jesus, 448

Visitation of S. Paul's Cathedral by
-, Bishop Bancroft, xlix-l. 272
-, Archbishop Laud, l. 280
-, Bishop Compton, li.-liv. 281
-, Bishop Gibson, liv.-lv. 286
-, Bishop Blomfield, xxiv. lv. 317
-, Bishop Sudbury, 324–5
-, Protest of the Dean and Chapter against Archbishop Laud's, l.
-, Reply of Charles I. to Dean and Chapter, l.
-, Metropolitical, li.

Visitation by Archbishop of his own Diocese, li.
-, of Manors, 96
-, by Archbishop Laud, of Cathedrals of Canterbury, Chichester, Gloucester, Lichfield, and Worcester, 422–424
-, Oath at, 301
-, Proceedings at Bishop Gibson's, 286–316
-, Schoolmasters, Surgeons, Physicians, and Midwives, cited to appear in 1724, 288

Visus franci plegii, 116

Waits, 450, 457

Walle Mariscorum, 85

Warden of Minor Canons, election of, 350–1
-, of Guild of Jesus, 443
-, to have gowns, 445

Wardepenny, Warpenny, or Warthpenny, 116

Warecta, 59, 60

Warectare, 110

Wax Chandlers, Company of, liveries provided by Guild of Jesus, 451, 456

Wax tapers, 74

Wells Cathedral, Statutes of, lviii. 19, 44, 62, 71, 79, 80

Wergeld, 113

Weyf et Strewas, 121

Wilkyn, a kind of beer, 325

Will of Bishop Fitz Hugh, 398
-, Archdeacon Watts, 415

Wills, 194