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bours, it being altogether a labour of love and a work of charity. And in this respect, at least, that saying of the ever-memorable Mr. John Hales, of Eaton, is to the point : “He that knows how to do well himself, will most willingly approve what is well done by another."

JOHN WOOD WARTER.

VICARAGE, WEST TARRING,

June 21st, 1853.

Authorities for Becket's Life—his Character-Gratian and the Decretals-

Amalfi-Discovery of the Compass— Knights and Hospital of St. Jolin- The
Papacy-Becket and Henry-Becket's Shrine at Canterbury—The Canter-
bury Tales-Sir Philip Sidney's Defence of Poesy-Southey's Poetry— Uses
of Poetry— Becket's Palace at West Tarring-Brasinium-Brew-house, or
Brase-nose of West Tarring—Brase-nose in Oxford and at Stamford-Becket
and the Wild Beasts-Navelwort and Osmunda Regalis Fern-Fig-trees of
West Tarring-probably introduced by Becket-A Fig for you—Figa--
Tody-Todito— The Indian Fig-tree-description of in the Curse of Kehama

-Monks and Monasteries --Herbert of Bosham-The Venerable Bede-

Bishop Wilfrid–The Anglo-Saxons-Distinction of Literature and Intellect,

Theodore, Adrian, and Benedict Biscof-Monastic Discipline—Question of

the Monasteries-Latimer and Malvern Priory-Holy Cross, Winchester-

Hospital of—Burton's Anatomie of Melancholie, his Opinions on the subject

-Day of Monasteries gone by—The Abbot of Aberbrothok—Benedictines

and Cistercians, Agriculturists—Maitland's Dark Ages-Education in the

Monasteries-Monastic and Cathedral Schools School of St. Alban's The

Scholastic Prebend-Education of the People .

pp. 165—230

Evil of Benefices in Plurality-Act to restrict such evil-Houses of Residence

- Dilapidations—Sir Robert Peel's Church Extension Bill— Appropriators

and Impropriators – Kennett's Case of Impropriations, &c.—Rectorand Vicar,

origin of-Queen Anne's Bounty ; Ecclesiastical Commission-Parochial

Ministration-Old Parochial System-New Churches and Schools—Dr.

Arnold and Sir Robert Peel-Lord Bacon on Non-Residents and Pluralities

-Archbishop Parker's Opinion-Value of Satirists—Skelton, &c.—The .

Ecclesiastical Commission-Patching and Tarring-Ecclesiastical Commis-

sioners-West Tarring, &c.—Sinecures—Ecclesiastical Pensioners—Burke's

View of-Augmentation of Small Livings—Consolidation of Sinecure Recto-

ries and Vicarages-Sinecure Rectory and Vicarage of West Tarring-

Ecclesiastical Commission-their ignoring of the Charities of West Tarring-

Proper grief for Parochial wrongs—Tithe Commutation and Repeal of Corn

Laws–Settled Payments undesirable-White Kennett's Opinion—Increased

Value of Money-Owen, Blakeway—Good Names-W. G. Rowland-

Shrewsbury's Benefactor-Shrewsbury, the First of Towns—why ?— Vicar,

Parson, Curate, &c.—Patrimony of the Church devoured—Vicarages highly

Rated in the King's Books-Dean Colet and St. Paul's School - Erasmus on

the Education of Children-Underpaid Clergy-Fault of Governments, &c.-

The Church and Church Principles—Church Reform-Revaluation of

Benefices—General desire to Reform abuses—Little Children like to the

Kingdom of Heaven-Roman Catholic Legend-Archbishop Gerson-Mrs.

Southey's Poem on .

pp. 275-334

Monumental Brass, in Memory of John Mapleton—The Manor of Broad-

water-Offington, or, Offingtons--- Edict of Nantes—D’Aubuz–Daubus, or,

Daubuz—Daubuz's Commentary on the Revelation-Daubuz's of Yorkshire

-Cornwall—Offington—Cissbury Encampment—The South Downs—Com-

plaint of the Forests—Drayton's Poly-Olbion-Andredswalde-Anderida,

Andred Ceastre-Anderida, Caer-Andred, or, Andredsceastre-The Wheat-

ear, or, English Ortolan-Dotterels—Fuller's Works-Albourne-Place-

Albourne-Place and Bishop Juxon-Chankenbury-Shirleys and Gorings

Wiston-Place - Findon Muntham — Highden -- Devotional Feelings -

Findon-Clapham-The Nightingale's Song:

pp. 337–369

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