The visitors' guide to Malvern


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14 페이지 - Of fruits, and flowers, and bunches of knot-grass, And diamonded with panes of quaint device, Innumerable of stains and splendid dyes, As are the tiger-moth's deep-damask'd wings; And in the midst, 'mong thousand heraldries, And twilight saints, and dim emblazonings, A shielded scutcheon blush'd with blood of queens and kings.
97 페이지 - Thou hast a famous church And rarely builded : No country town hath such — Most men have yielded, For pillars stout and strong, And windows large and long : Remember in thy song To praise the Lori.
10 페이지 - Nash, says,—' Before the Conquest it was a wilderness thick set with trees, in the midst of which some monks who aspired to greater perfection retired from the Priory of Worcester and became hermits ; the enthusiasm spread so fast that the number soon increased to three hundred, when, forming themselves into a society, they agreed to live according to the rule of St. Benedict, and elected Aldwin to be superior.
37 페이지 - Gloucester. It appears to be composed of an immense continuation of oblong, conical, and irregular hills, principally covered with fine timber ; the deep shadows of whose luxuriant foliage project over the most beautiful vales, abounding with orchards, corn-fields, and hop-grounds. The distance in the west is finely marked by the range of the Black Mountains, and the hills of Radnorshire. The prospects to the east and southeast are yet more extensive, including a very large proportion of Gloucestershire...
97 페이지 - Late in the evening, I heard the voice of one Most sweetly singing ; Which did delight me much, Because the song was such, And ended with a touch, O praise the Lord. The God of sea and land That rules above us, Stays his avenging hand, 'Cause he doth love us, And doth his blessings send, Altho' we do offend : Then let us all amend, And praise the Lord.
82 페이지 - When western winds do rock Both town and country, Thy hill doth break the shock, They cannot hurt thee ; When waters great abound, And many a country's drown'd, Thou standest safe and sound ; O praise the Lord.
11 페이지 - Reference will be made in another chapter to the dissolution of the religious houses in the reign of Henry VIII, but here we may note that London was the chief scene of the burning of " heretics " at Smithfield in the reign of Mary.
97 페이지 - Cause he doth love us» And doth his blessings send, Although we do offend ; Then let us all amend, And praise the Lord. Great Malvem on a rock, Thou standest surely, Do not thyself forget, Living securely! Thou hast of blessings store, No country town hath more, Do not forget, therefore, To praise the Lord.
4 페이지 - And soundest : in new herbage coughs are heard. Nor love too frequent shelter, such as decks The vale of Severn, Nature's garden wide, By the blue steeps of distant Malvern wall'd, Solemnly vast.
11 페이지 - ... seemed to take effect, for Urso died soon after, and his only son. Roger, who succeeded him, did not long survive him. forming themselves into a society, they agreed to live according to the Order of St. Benedict, and elected Aldwyn, one of their company, to be Superior ; thus was this monastery founded about the year 1083, with the consent and approbation of St. Wulstan, Bishop of Worcester, and was dedicated to the Virgin Mary.

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