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argent, between three mitres or ('old') (Evesham Abbey, vide
Capgrave).]

[3. Per pale. On the dexter side quarterly, i & 4 gules, a chevron
argent, 2 & 6, argent, two bars sable, 3 & 5, sable, a lion rampant
argent. On the sinister side ermine, on a bend gules, three torteaux
vert.]

[4. Or, three chevrons gules, for Clare.]

The Chappel belonging to this Howse is an Vpper roome ouer
part of the Screene & lookes into the Hall.

[Here the arms over the first door in the quadrangle next the p. 1 40
upper end of the hall, as in Clark's Wood, ii. 255, are omitted.]

These three are very old, earned in stone ouer the Gate going
into the g[arden?].

[i. A bend.]

[2. A saltire.]

[3. Blank.]

xi Jan. 1643. Lincoln Collidge Chappel p. 143

Lately built by John Williams, Bishop of Lincoln.

The Screene or partition is of Cedar wood, very neatly done, the
pulpit also of the same.

These four cotes are in the Vpper part of euery Window on the
North and South sides.

[i. Here the arms of Williams, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 251, are
omitted.]

[2. Here the arms of the see of Lincoln impaling quarterly
Williams & Griffyth, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 251, are omitted.]

[3. Here the arms of Williams quartering Griffyth, impaling on
the dexter side the arms of the see of Lincoln, on the sinister side

IV. I



114 COLLECTANEA. IV

the arms of the deanery of Westminster, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 251,
are omitted.]

[4. Here the arms of Williams quartering Mergith, Crew, Pudsey,
GrifTyth, & Morgan, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 251, are omitted.]

Upon the Screene these.

[i. Here the arms of the see of Lincoln, as in Gutch's Wood,
p. 251, are omitted.]

[2. Here the arms, as 3 above, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 251, are
omitted.]

[3. Here the arms of the deanery of Westminster, as in Gutch's
Wood, p. 251, are omitted.]

On the West side of the Screene these in the Chappel.

[i. Here the arms of Williams, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 251, are
omitted.]

[2. Here the arms, as 2 on the other side of the Screen, as in
Gutch's Wood, p. 251, are omitted.]

[3. Here the arms of Griffyth, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 251, are
omitted.]
p. 1 48 The windowes of this Chappel are fairely painted in glasse.

1 63 1. East Window 6 panes. 1631.

I pane at bottome.

I Epist. Cor. 15, 45. Factus est primus homo Adam in animam
viuentem.

ouer it —

Factus est Novissimus Adam in Spiritum viuicantem. i Cor.
15. 45 V.

.2 pane.

Et omnes patres nostri in Mose baptizati sunt in Nube et in Mare.
I Cor. Cap. 10, V. 2,

ouer it

Baptisatus autem lesus confestim ascendit e aqua et ecce aperti
sunt ei coeli etc. 3 Math. 16.

3 pane.

Decima die mensis huius tollat unusquisque agnum per familias et
domos suas. 12 Exod. 3.

ouer it

Accipite, commedite, hoc est corpus meum.
26 Math. 26.

Bibite ex hoc omnes etc.
V. 27, 28.



OXFORD CHURCH NOTES, 1643-4 115

4 pane. John 3, 24. aboue 2 Colos. 14.

5 pane

below. 12 Math. 40. above. 2 Acts 24.

6 pane.

2 King : 2 chap. v. 11. above i Act. 9.

Lincoln Colledge.

These Cotes following are in old glasse in the Hall Windowes. p. 150

Vpper Window, right hand, going in to the hall.

[i. A shield vert? containing a scheme of the Holy Trinity
written on a saltire, within a bordure, argent]

[2. Here the arms of Stafford ('imperfect'), as in Gutch's Wood,
p. 246, are omitted.]

[3. Here the arms of the see of Wells impaling Beckington, as
in Gutch's Wood, p. 246, are omitted. ('Above this in a scroll:
" Laus Deo " ').]

Middle Window.

[i. Here the arms of Roos, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 246, are
omitted.]

[2. Here the arms of Humphrey Stafford, Duke of Buckingham,
viz. — France and England quarterly within a bordure argent,
quartering Plantagenet, 2 & 3, & Bohun ; impaling Neville, as in
Gutch's Wood, p. 246, are omitted.]

[3. Here the arms of France & England quarterly within a bordure
argent quartering Plantagenet, 2 & 3, & Bohun, are omitted.]

Lower Window.

[i. Here the arms of Fynderne impaling six quartered coats, as
in Gutch's Wood, p. 246, are omitted.]

[2. Here the arms of Swan, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 246, are
omitted.]

This in all the panes of this window.

[An ox-yoke.]

Vide Parua Horkesey Church in Essex.

The other side of the Hall.

Upper window. p. ifji

[i. Here the arms of Flemmyng, as in Gutch's Wood, pp. 244,
246, are omitted.]

[2. Here the arms of Beckington, as in Gutch's Wood, pp. 244,
246, are omitted. (' "Laus Deo" & Lillies in a scroll round about
this.')]

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ii6 COLLECTANEA. IV

Middle Window.

[i. Here the arms of Eton College, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 245,
except that MS. has field sable, are omitted.]

[2. Here the arms of France & England, quarterly, as in Gutch's
Wood, p. 245, are omitted.]

[3. Here the arms of the see of Wells, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 245,
are omitted. (' " Laus Deo" & Lillies about this.')]

Lower window.

[i. Here the arms of the see of Bath, except that the MS. has
only one key, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 245, are omitted.]

[2. Here the arms of Wainfleet, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 245, are
omitted.]

[3. Azure, a saltire or between two keys endorsed argent & gold, and
a sword of the last ; impaling the arms of Beckington ? (' Round
about this in a scroll " Laus Deo placeat fides." ')]

At the first making of these Windowes there was four Cotes in
each, two on the top and two below,
p. 152 This is earned on the Walls on the right hand building of the
first Court in four or five places. [Here the arms of Rotheram, as
in Gutch's Wood, p. 245, are omitted.]

This divice is earned also in four or five places of the building
at the Vpper [end] of the hall. [Here the rebus of Beckington, as
in Gutch's Wood, p. 244, is omitted.]



p. 156 Baliol CoUedge.

In the library are these cotes following, two cotes in a window.

In the South side next the Court: beginning with the window
next the Chappel, euery severall cote being bordered with wreathes
of boughs of severall things, some Lillies, some Roses, & a scroll
interweaved.

First Window.

[i. Here the arms of the see of York impaling George Neville, as
in Gutch's Wood, p. 95, are omitted.]

[2. Here the arms of Helbeck, & inscription, as in Gutch's Wood,
p. 95, are omitted.]

Second Window.

1. [Here the arms of Harlyston & inscription, as in Gutch's Wood,
p. 95, are omitted.]

2. ' Gone.'



OXFORD CHURCH NOTES, 1643-4 117

Third window. P- i57

[Here the arms of Balliol & Flemmyng, inscriptions etc., as in
Gutch's Wood, p. 95, are omitted.]

Fourth window.

[Here the arms of Carpenter & Snardly, inscriptions etc., as in
Gutch's Wood, p. 96, are omitted.]

Fifth window.

[Here the arms of Grey & of Abdy, and inscriptions as in Gutch's
Wood, pp. 95, 96, except that the MS. has 'Libros adiecit de hiis det
etc., are omitted.]

Sixth window. p. 158

[Here the arms of Skirlaw & of Dodingfield, & inscriptions, as in
Gutch's Wood, p. 96, are omitted.]

Seventh window.

[Here the arms of Percy & of Neville, & inscriptions, as in
Gutch's Wood, p. 96, are omitted.]

Eighth window.

[Here the arms of the city of York, & of Quaplade, & inscriptions,
as in Gutch's Wood, p. 97, are omitted.]

Ninth window. p. 159

[Here the arms of ? — & of the see of Salisbury, as in Gutch's Wood,
p. 97, are omitted.]

Tenth window.

[Here the shield ' azure ' containing the scheme of the Holy Trinity
' argent,' & the shield containing the materials with which our Saviour
was crucified, and the inscriptions, except that the MS. has * Roberti
Rothbery,' as in Gutch's Wood, p. 97, are omitted.]

North side Windowes.

First Window next the doore.

[Here the arms of Wombwell, except that the wy verns are not clearly
marked, & of Barry, & the inscriptions, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 94, are
omitted.]

Second Window.

[Here the arms of Quelpdale, except that the MS. has 'greyhounds,'
& of Skelton, & the inscriptions, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 94, are
omitted.]

Third Window.

[Here the arms of Percy & Lucy quarterly impaling Neville, & the
inscriptions, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 94, are omitted. The MS. adds
that the Scrolls are ' out of two bir[d]s' bills,' & has in the
inscription * gratiatis nostri.']



ii8 COLLECTANEA. IV

Fourth Window.

[Here the arms of Clifford & of Eglefield, & the inscriptions, as in
Gutch's Wood, p. 93, are omitted.]
p. i6i Fifth Window.

[Here the arms of Chace & of the University, as in Gutch's Wood^
pp. 89, 93, & the inscriptions, are omitted.]

Sixth Window.

[Here the arms of Alcock, except that in the MS. the mitre & the
cocks' heads are or, the arms of York impaHng Neville, & the inscrip-
tions, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 93, are omitted.]

Seventh Window.

[Here the arms of the city of London, & of Beauchamp & New-
burgh quarterly, & the inscription, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 92, are
omitted.]
p. 162 Eighth Window.

[Here the arms of Montagu & Monthermer quarterly quartering
Neville, & of the see of York impaling Neville, & the inscriptions, as
in Gutch's Wood, p. 92, are omitted.]

Ninth Window.

[Here the arms of Stanhope, and of Erdswick impaling Stafford, &
the inscriptions, except that the MS. has ' Vodveyl' instead of Wooddem,
as in Gutch's Wood, pp. 91, 92, are omitted.]

Tenth Window.

[Here the arms of Abdy, & of Grey, and the inscriptions, as in
Gutch's Wood, p. 91, are omitted.]

'In the window that lookes into the Chappell the pictures of
10 kneeling in green gownes with white lynings' [Here is a sketch of
one, and here the verse over their heads, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 91, is
omitted.]

' In the same window ' [here the arms of France & England, of
Chace, & of Balliol, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 91, are omitted]. 'The
Window above mentioned was the East end that looked into the
Court, the Chappel seemes to haue bene built since.'
p. 164 'These three shields are earned and Coloured on the Top of the
Wainscott, East end of this Library.'

[Here the arms of Balliol, of the see of Canterbury impaling Abbot,
and of Scodand, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 98, are omitted.]

' These two in the Middle of the library ouer against one the other
held up by Angels.' [Here follow the arms of Balliol & of Scotland,
as above, but not in Gutch's Wood.]

' West end upon the Winscott, carued and Coloured.'



OXFORD CHURCH NOTES, 1643-4 119

[Here the arms of Abdy, of Grey, & of Chace, as in Gutch's Wood,
p. 98, are omitted.]

' Neare the entrance into the library are eight severall Formes for
bookes all filled with very antient Large Vast Manuscripts in parch-
ment.'

First Stall right hand coming in.

Exposition upon Tully in folio paper latine ex dono Reverendis-
simi in Cristo patris et domini, domini Willelmi Gray dei gratia
Eliensis Episcopi.

[Here follow the arms of Gray.] ' This is putt on the Cover of the
booke and couered with home. His Coate of Armes also drawne &
coloured as in the margent.

Dogma Philosophorum Moralium cum pluribus aliis contentis ex p. 165
dono Reverendissimi patris et domini, domini Willelmi Tertii Episcopi
Cicestrensis. Cuius Anime propicietur Deus. Amen.

Compendium morale etc. ex dono Robert! Thwatys quondam
Magistri eiusdem domus.

Five or six large folios in parchment, called Fons Memorabilium of
Diuinity etc. giuen by Gray aforesaid.

A large folio called Polichronicon in latine. Ex dono Ducis Bokyng-
hame auunculi subscripti Episcopi, viz. Gray, ends with the Warr at
Crescy.

Polychronicon Cistrensis Monachi ex dono Magistri Thome
Gascoigne Doctoris sacre pagine, cuius anime propiciettir Deus Amen,
at the beginning is A^ d. 1448. Prebende et dignitates in ecclesia
Lincolniensi.

De Prebenda de Thame clxviii marcas etc.

De Thornegate etc.

At the beginning is a faire alphabeticall Table of the Surnames and
theise heads.

De Bathonia vrbe etc.

ends with Edw. i. 7 bookes in one volume.

Ciceroes Epist[l]es in a large folio fairely written ex dono W. Gray
predicti.

all his workes in 5 large folios most exquisitely written, ex dono
predicti Gray.

Maccelius de proprietate, Sermone in latine in Alphab[e]t like a
dict[ionary]. idem.

Festus Pompeius de Vocabulorum significacione in folio Alpha-
bet[ice] latine. Gray dedit.

Vocabularium Anonimi, in a large folio latine Alphabetically.



I20 COLLECTANEA. IV

lohannes de Acetio * de Ortegraphia in a large folio. Gray dedit.
p. 168 Blundus de Cosmographia. Gray dedit
Same stall.

Diuers folios MS.expositionson S* Paul and other parts of S[cripture].
Gray donavit.

Vol. Bede super Epistolas Pauli.

5, 6 & 7 partes Summe parisiensis. Gray.

Diuinity all that row.

Beda super prouerbia Solomonis et Tobiam.

2nd stall right hand.

Feb. 28, 1643. Osney Abbey,
p. 173 These Coates of Armes are in old glasse in the Windowes of the
remayning buildings of this Abbey.

[i. Or, two bends azure (' D'oyley ').]

[2. Argent, on a chevron gules between three pellets sable a cock
of the field ; over a fillet vert ? a chief argent charged with a double
rose gules between two leopards' faces azure. For Longland, Bishop
of Lincoln (' Vide Magdalen College ').]

[3. France & England, quarterly.]

These coates above mentioned remayned after that the powlder
howse was blowne vp there, being Feb. 27, 1643.

p. 175 University Colledge.

In the Hall Windowes, the vppermost windowes East side.

[Here the arms & motto of Walter de Hungerford, as in Gutch's
Wood, p. 60, are omitted.]

[Here the arms of Hungerford, Husee and Peverell quarterly, impal-
ing Botreux, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 60, are omitted.]

[Here the arms of Hungerford & Molynes, as in Gutch's Wood,
p. 60, are omitted.]

Second window that side.

[Here the arms of the see of Lincoln, of the see of Lincoln impaling
Chadworth, and of Chadworth, except that the MS. has ' asses' heads,'
and the inscription, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 60, are omitted.]

Third window East side.

[Here the arms of Percy & Lucy parted per fess, impaling Neville,
as in Gutch's Wood, p. 61, are omitted.]

[Here the arms of Flemming, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 61, but there
assigned to the third window, west side, are omitted.]

' Sic MS.



OXFORD CHURCH NOTES, 1643-4 121

Upper Window West side this.

[Here the arms of Percy quartering Lucy, as in Gutch's Wood,
p. 61, are omitted.]

Second Window.

[Here the arms of Edward the Confessor impaling France and
England quartered, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 61, are omitted.]

[Here the arms of William, Archdeacon of Durham, as in Gutch's
Wood, p. 61, are omitted.]

Third Window of it.

[Here the arms of Baker, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 61, are omitted.]

These two antiently carved in the Wainscott.

[The arms of Percy quartering Lucy, and of ' William, Archdeacon
of Durham,' both as above.]

In the Chappell belonging to University Colledge. P- 1 7 7

North Window of the Chappel.

[Here the description of Walter Skirlaw's picture and his arms, as
in Gutch's Wood, pp. 64, 62, are omitted.]

Middle North Window this.

[Here the inscription to Robert Waldely, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 65,
is omitted.]

Second South Window.

[Here the arms of Brentingham, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 65, are
omitted.]

[Here the arms of Rousheby, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 65, are
omitted.]

Third Window.

[Here the arms of Edward the Confessor impaling Beaufort, as in
Gutch's Wood, p. 65, are omitted.]

[Here the arms of Sail impaling Beckingham, except that the MS.
has a fess sable, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 65, are omitted.]

Lowest South Window of the Outward Chappel. p. 17S

[Here the arms of Percy quartering Lucy, as in Gutch's Wood,
p. 69, but assigned by him to the second north window, are omitted.]

[Here the arms of William, Archdeacon of Durham, as in Gutch's
Wood, p. 69, are omitted.]

This is in the North Window of the Outward Chappel.

[Here the arms of Foston, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 66, are omitted.]

[Here the inscription and arms on Gilbert Sandes's monument, as
in Gutch's Wood, pp. 62, 63, are omitted.]



122 COLLECTANEA. IV

[Here the beginning of the inscription, and the arms on Radcliffe's
monument, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 63, are omitted.]

A praier used in the Chappel in a Noate there,

' Merciful! father, we give the humble & harty thankes for thy great
bounty bestowed Vpon Vs of this place by William of Durham, founder
of this house, Walter Skirlow & Henry Percy, Sir Simon Bennet,
Charles Greenwood speciall benefactors with others exhibitors to the
same etc.
p. 180 Mr Chas Greenwood built the West side of this new building at his
owne charge. This Cote is carved in stone over the middle door.
[Here follow the arms of Greenwood, cf. Gutch's Wood, p. 69.]

These Coates are very old in the Master's lodgings in glasse.

[Here the arms of (' William, Archdeacon of Durham,') of
(' Chicheley,') of (' Harcourt '), and of France & England (?) quarterly,
as in Gutch's Wood, p. 58, are omitted.]

In the Windowes of the Library this twice.

[Here the arms of Skirlaw, and of Stafford, Bishop of Exeter, as
in Gutch's Wood, p. 62, are omitted.]

In another Window these.

[Here the inscription to William Sharpe, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 62,
is omitted.]

p. 185 Merton Colledge.

In the Window at the Vpper end of the hall this.

[i. Here the arms of Clare, as in Gutch's Wood, Appendix, p. 217,
are omitted.]

[2. Here the arms of Walter de Merton, as in Gutch's Wood, App.
p. 217, are omitted. Against the shield is written
' Merces copiosa
Redde altissimo Vota.'

Beneath it, ... ' Octaui nominis Regni fuit annis quando. Nele{.')
pec(uniis) facta . . . fuit. Anno domini 1517 "?"'.]

Middle window that side.

[Here the arms of the see of Rochester, impaling Walter de Merton,
as in Gutch's Wood, App. p. 218, except that the MS. has the field
argent for W. de M., are omitted.]
p. 186 Lowest Window that side.

[i. Here the arms of the see of Rochester, impaling or, three
bendlets azure, as in Gutch's Wood, App. p. 218, are omitted.]

[2. Sable, parted per pale, over a pheon a garter or.]



OXFORD CHURCH NOTES, 1643-4 123

[Beneath them this, ' Merces Copiosa

Redde altissimo Vota,' ' in Scrolls.'

' Henrici Octavi nominis Regni fuit annis quando Nele(?) pecuniis
facta fenestra fuit.']

Vpper Window of the North side.

[i. Here the arms of the see of Canterbury impahng Chicheley, as
in Gutch's Wood, App. p. 218, are omitted.]

[2. Here the arms of France & England, quarterly, as in Gutch's
Wood, App. p. 217, are omitted.]

Middle Window.

[i. Here the arms of the see of Rochester between a mitre, labels
pendant in chief azure, two W in fess, and an M in base sable, as in
Gutch's Wood, App. p. 218, the arms of Walter de Merton, are
omitted.]

[2. Here the arms of the see of Winchester impaling Beaufort, as
in Gutch's Wood, App. p. 218, are omitted.]

Lowest Window that side.

[i. Here the arms of Clare, quartering 2, sable, a lion rampant argent ;
3, argent, a chevron azure between three flies (?) or ; 4, or, a chevron
between two wolves' heads in chief, and a garb in base argent ; as in
Gutch's Wood, p. 217, except that in the MS. they are surmounted
by a crown, are omitted.]

Carued in Wood on the Windscott, Vpper end of the hall. P- 187

[The arms of France & England quarterly within a garter, sur-
mounted by a crown between a portcullis and a rose ; supporters,
a dragon and a lion with a rose between their feet, ' 1540.']

Carued in stone ouer the Gate.

Vnder the picture of an antient King this Coate, E. primi written
vnder him.

[i. Quarterly i & 4, three fleurs-de-lys 2 & i; 2 & 3 blank, for the
arms of France & England after 1405 ?]

Vnder the picture of a bishop.

[2. Here the arms of Walter de Merton, as in Gutch's Wood, App.
p. 221, are omitted.]

[3. A chevron between three rams' (?) heads erased.]

[4. A fess ondul^ between three annulets.]

April 25, 1644. Saint Bartholomewes Chappell. p. 192

In the South Window of the Chancel these Coates old.

These two aloft.

[i. Argent, a fess between three cocks' heads erased sable.]



124 COLLECTANEA. IV

[2. Argent, two chevrons sable.]

middle.

[i. Argent, on a pale sable a luce's (?) head or, on the dexter side
in chief a cross crosslet, fitch^e, sable. ('This was here 1643, but
now broken.')]

[2. Gules, an eagle's wings, conjoined, argent, over all a bend
azure (' T. Wayr ').]

bottome.

[i. Or, on a chevron gules a mitre of the field within a bordure
sable, for Stafford, Archbishop of Canterbury.]

[2. Sable, two bars argent, in chief three plates argent.]

West window this.

[The arms of Chicheley.]
p. 193 East Window old.

[In the dexter light St. Bartholomew holding in his right hand an
open book ; beneath him a king crowned, in a robe embroidered or,
and a tippet ermine, kneeling facing to the sinister, and on a scroll from
his mouth ' Protige me ' ; on the dexter side of him a shield with the
arms of France & England quarterly. In the sinister light S. Mary
holding in her hand a — ? : beneath her a knight in armour kneeling,
facing to the dexter, and on a scroll from his mouth ' Ex Virtute ' ;
on the sinister side of him a shield quarterly, i and 4, argent, a cross
engrailed gules between four water-bougets sable ; 2 and 3 gules, billet^
or, over all a fess of the second. Beneath ' Orate pro anima Willelmi
Bourgchier militis qui istam fenestram vitrari fecit.']
p. 194 The North Window of the Chancel is full of the Coates of the
several Colledges in this Vniversity lately sett up in small panes.

Vniuersity.

[Azure, a cross patonce between five martlets or.]

Neare this Chappel on the North side stands an Almes howse of
Stone for 8 poore men.

On the West side stands an old small howse of stone built to pro-
uide prouision for these Almes-men.

These three small edifices were gallantly sheltered with aboue five
hundred tall elmes but the fatall Stroke of this Civill Warre hath
caused their ruine, least they should be a Shelter to the Rebells, it
being not a myle distant from the Citty of Oxford Eastward.

One of the Fellowes of Orial Colledge officiates here in this
Chappel.



OXFORD CHURCH NOTES, 1643-4 125

S* Mary Magdalen's Colledge. P- '97

In a Roome on the left hande top of the stayres going vp to the
Library.

West Window.

[Here the arms of Elizabeth, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 325, are
omitted.]

These seven Coates vpon each a mitre.

[Here the arms of the see of Carlisle impaling Oglethorpe, as in
Gutch's Wood, p. 324, are omitted.]

[Here the arms of the see of Chester impaling Downham, as in
Gutch's Wood, p. 324, n. 69, except that MS. gives only i & 2
quarters ^, are omitted.]

[Here the arms of the see of Lichfield & Coventry impaling Ben-
tham, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 325, are omitted.]

[Here the arms of the see of Hereford impaling Harley, as in
Gutch's Wood, p. 325, are omitted.]

[Here the arms of the see of Norwich impaling Parkhurst, as in
Gutch's Wood, p. 325, are omitted.]

[Here the arms of the see of Hereford impaling Mayo, as in Gutch's
Wood, p. 325, are omitted.]

[Here the arrns of the see of Chester impaling Cotes, as in Gutch's p. 198
Wood, p. 325, are omitted.]

Cf. footnote 2.

In the West [sic MS. but in Gutch's Wood, p. 323, East] Window
of the same roome.

[Here the arms of the see of Lincoln impaling Longland, and the
inscription, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 324, are omitted.]

[Here the arms of the see of York impaling Lee, and the inscrip-
tion, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 523, are omitted.]

[Here the arms of Cardinal Pole, i. e. quarterly Plantagenet, Pole,
Neville, Beauchamp, Newburgh, Montacute, Monthermer, Clare and
Norreys, and the crest and inscription, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 323, are
omitted.]

[Here the arms of Waynflete, and the inscription, as in Gutch's Wood,
p. 323, are omitted.]

[Here the arms of Cardinal Wolsey, and the inscription, as in Gutch's

^ In MS. Add. 11,610, p. 30, in arms of Downham in 3rd quarter, bordure is
aznre, and in 4th quarter only two crescents in chief sable, cf. Gutch's Wood,
p. 324, n. 69.

' In MS. Add. 11,610, p. 32, ' In the three arches of stone over the said west
windows, three angels holding before them: (i) Colledge armes ; (2) nothing;
(3) two coats [Arundel quartering Mundevill, cf. Gutch's Wood, p. 326].'



126 COLLECTANEA. IV

Wood, except that the MS. has the date 1555^ instead of 1515, are
omitted.]

[Here the arms of the see of London impaling Stokesley, and the
inscription, as in Gutch's Wood, p. 324, except that the MS. has
eluxit "^ instead of illuxit, are omitted.]



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