Monasticism And Religious Orders England Poetry : The economy of monastic life as it existed in England [electronic resource] : a poem, with philosophical and archæological illustrations from Lyndwood, Dugdale, Selden ... &c. : and copious extracts from original mss. / by T.D. Fosbrooke.; Fosbroke, Thomas Dudley,
Monasticism And Religious Orders England Rules Early Works To 1800 : A treatise of penance, : with an explication of the rule, and maner of liuing, of the brethren and sisters, of the Third Order of S. Frauncis; commonly called, of the Order of Penance, ordayned for those which desire to liue holilie. and doe penance in their owne houses. / by F. W.S. Strict Obser. ; Whereunto is added, the epistle and annotations vpon this rule, of the Reuerend Father, Fa. Peter Gonzales ... With a catalogue made by him, of the names of the chiefe persons of this order, aswell canonized saincts, as beatified, with the other honorable and worthy persons, who for their vertuous deeds, and holinesse of life, are cronacled to their perpetuall memory here in earth, and no doubt to their euerlasting glorie in heauen..; Stanney, William.
Monasticism And Religious Orders For Women Rules : The rule of penance of the seraphicall father S. Francis : approued and confirmed by Leo the X. for religious persons of the 3. order of S. Francis : together with a declaration of each point of the Rule, profitable not only to the religous of this order, but also to all religious women / by Br. Angelus Francis, friar minour.; Third Order Regular of St. Francis.
Monasticism And Religious Orders Netherlands History : De oudste bedelordekloosters in het graafschap Holland en Zeeland : het onstaan van bedelordekloosters voor ca.1310 te Dordrecht, Middelburg, Zierikzee en Haarlem, alsmede enige aspecten van de plaats van deze kloosters in het stedelijk leven en daarbuiten gedurende de Middeleeuwen.; Henderikx, P. A.
Monasticism Early Works To 1800 : Musgraues motiues, and reasons, for his secession and disseuering from the Church of Rome and her doctrine, after that hee had for 20. yeeres liued a Carthusian monke, returning at Easter last into England : Wherein, after the declaration of his conuersion, hee openeth diuers absurdities practised in that Church, being not matters of report, but such things whereof he hath beene an eye and eare witnesse.; Musgrave, Christopher,