The English Clergy and Their Organization in the Later Middle Ages

The English Clergy and Their Organization in the Later Middle Ages

The English Clergy and Their Organization in the Later Middle Ages

The English Clergy and Their Organization in the Later Middle Ages

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The long delay in publication which has followed the delivery of these lectures has been due to a variety of work crowded into a busy life, and constantly interfering with the completion of the illustrative material collected in the notes and appendixes. The author's thanks are specially due to those who have for many years given him access to the records in their custody, and enabled him to make use of the documents published or quoted in these pages, and chiefly to the librarians of Lambeth Palace and the Dean and Chapter Library at Durham, and to the officials in charge of the diocesan registries at York, Lincoln, and other cathedral cities. Last, but not least, there is one who must be specially remembered:

CONIVGI DILECTISSIMAE
IN TERRAM VIVENTIVM INGRESSAE
V ID. AVG. A.D. MCMXLV
ISTAS DEDICAT PRAELECTIONES
GRATISSIMVS NVNQVAM IMMEMOR.

A. H. T.

7 BEAUFORT MANSIONS, S.W. 3 February 1946 . . .

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