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Hugh, Bishop of Lincoln - A Short Story of One of the Makers of Mediaeval England - Marson, Charles L.
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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: DODO PR, 172 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=10mm, Gew.=227gr, [GR: 25430 - TB/Religion/Theologie/Biografien], [SW: - Biography / Autobiography], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE INTRODUCTION vii I. THE BOY HUGH . . . .1 II. BROTHER HUGH . . . . 12 III. PRIOR HUGH . . . .26 IV. THE BISHOP ELECT AND CONSECRATE . V. THE BISHOP AT WORK . VI. IN TROUBLES . 42 . . 60 . . 78 VII. AND DISPUTES . . -94 VIII. THE BUILDER . IX. UNDER KING JOHN . . . . Ill . 128 X. HOMEWARD BOUND . 143 INTRODUCTION IN a short biography the reader must expect short statements, rather than detailed arguments, and in a popular tale he will not look for embattled lists of authorities. But if he can be stirred up to search further into the matter for himself, he will find a list of authorities ancient and modern come not unaccep table to begin upon. The author has incurred somany debts of kindness in this work from many friends, and from many who were before not even acquaintances, that he must flatly declare himself bankrupt to his creditors, and rejoice if they will but grant him even a second-class certificate. Among the major creditors he must acknowledge his great obligations to the hospitable Chancellor of Lincoln and Mrs. Crowfoot, to the Rev. A. Curtois, Mr. Haig, and some others, all of whom were willing and even anxious that the story of their saint should be told abroad, even by the halting tongues of far-away messengers. The same kind readiness appeared at Witham and indeed everybody, who knew already about St. Hugh, has seemed anxious that the knowledge of him should be spread abroad. It has snowed books, pamphlets, articles, views, maps, and guesses and if much has remained unsaid or been said with incautious brusqueness, rather than with balanced oppressive ness, the reader who carps will always be welcome to such material as the author has by him, for elucidating the truth. If he has been misled by a blind guide, that guide must plead that he has consulted good oculists and worthy spectacle-makers, and has had every good intention of steering clear of the ditch. Though what a man is counts for more than what he does, yet the services of St. Hugh to England may be briefly summed up. They were i Spiritual. He made for personal holiness, uncorruptness of public and private life. He raised the sense of the dignity of spiritual work, which was being rapidly subor dinated to civic work and rule. He made people understand that moral obligations were very binding upon all men. 2 Political. He made for peace at home and abroad at home by restraining the ex cesses of forestars and tyrants abroad by opposing the constant war policy against France. 3 Consti tutional. He first encountered and checked the over grown power of the Crown, and laid down limits and principles which resulted in the Church policy of John s reign and the triumph of Magna Carta. 4 Architectural. He fully developed even if he did not, as some assert, invent the Early English style. 5 Ecclesiastical. He counterbalanced St. Thomas of Canterbury, and diverted much of that martyr s influence from an irreconcileable Church policy to a more reasonable, if less exalted, notion of liberty. He was a patron of letters, and encouraged learning by supporting schools, libraries, historians, poets, and commentators. Ancient authorities for his Life are i The Magna Vita, by Chaplain Adam Rolls 2 Metrical Life, Ed. Dimock, Lincoln, 1860 3 Giraldus Cam- brensis, VII. Rolls 4 Hoveclen s Chronicle Rolls 5 Benedicti, Gesta R. Henry II. Rolls 6 for trifles, Matthew Paris, I. and II... CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE INTRODUCTION vii I. THE BOY HUGH . . . .1 II. BROTHER HUGH . . . . 12 III. PRIOR HUGH . . . .26 IV. THE BISHOP ELECT AND CONSECRATE . V. THE BISHOP AT WORK . VI. IN TROUBLES . 42 . . 60 . . 78 VII. AND DISPUTES . . -94 VIII. THE BUILDER . IX. UNDER KING JOHN . . . . Ill . 128 X. HOMEWARD BOUND . 143 INTRODUCTION IN a short biography the reader must expect short statements, rather than detailed arguments, and in a popular tale he will not look for embattled lists of authorities. But if he can be stirred up to search further into the matter for himself, he will find a list of authorities ancient and modern come not unaccep table to begin upon. The author has incurred somany debts of kindness in this work from many friends, and from many who were before not even acquaintances, that he must flatly declare himself bankrupt to his creditors, and rejoice if they will but grant him even a second-class certificate. Among the major creditors he must acknowledge his great obligations to the hospitable Chancellor of Lincoln and Mrs. Crowfoot, to the Rev. A. Curtois, Mr. Haig, and some others, all of whom were willing and even anxious that the story of their saint should be told abroad, even by the halting tongues of far-away messengers. The same kind readiness appeared at Witham and indeed everybody, who knew already about St. Hugh, has seemed anxious that the knowledge of him should be spread abroad. It has snowed books, pamphlets, articles, views, maps, and guesses and if much has remained unsaid or been said with incautious brusqueness, rather than with balanced oppressive ness, the reader who carps will always be welcome to such material as the author has by him, for elucidating the truth. If he has been misled by a blind guide, that guide must plead that he has consulted good oculists and worthy spectacle-makers, and has had every good intention of steering clear of the ditch. Though what a man is counts for more than what he does, yet the services of St. Hugh to England may be briefly summed up. They were i Spiritual. He made for personal holiness, uncorruptness of public and private life. He raised the sense of the dignity of spiritual work, which was being rapidly subor dinated to civic work and rule. He made people understand that moral obligations were very binding upon all men. 2 Political. He made for peace at home and abroad at home by restraining the ex cesses of forestars and tyrants abroad by opposing the constant war policy against France. 3 Consti tutional. He first encountered and checked the over grown power of the Crown, and laid down limits and principles which resulted in the Church policy of John s reign and the triumph of Magna Carta. 4 Architectural. He fully developed even if he did not, as some assert, invent the Early English style. 5 Ecclesiastical. He counterbalanced St. Thomas of Canterbury, and diverted much of that martyr s influence from an irreconcileable Church policy to a more reasonable, if less exalted, notion of liberty. He was a patron of letters, and encouraged learning by supporting schools, libraries, historians, poets, and commentators. Ancient authorities for his Life are i The Magna Vita, by Chaplain Adam Rolls 2 Metrical Life, Ed. Dimock, Lincoln, 1860 3 Giraldus Cam- brensis, VII. Rolls 4 Hoveclen s Chronicle Rolls 5 Benedicti, Gesta R. Henry II. Rolls 6 for trifles, Matthew Paris, I. and II...

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[EAN: 9781406723090], Neubuch, [PU: Read Books, United Kingdom], Biography & Autobiography|General, History|Historical Geography, Biography & Autobiography|Religious, Brand New Book with Free Worldwide Delivery ***** Print on Demand *****. CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE INTRODUCTION vii I. THE BOY HUGH . . . .1 II. BROTHER HUGH . . . . 12 III. PRIOR HUGH . . . .26 IV. THE BISHOP ELECT AND CONSECRATE . V. THE BISHOP AT WORK . VI. IN TROUBLES . 42 . . 60 . . 78 VII. AND DISPUTES . . -94 VIII. THE BUILDER . IX. UNDER KING JOHN . . . . Ill . 128 X. HOMEWARD BOUND . 143 INTRODUCTION IN a short biography the reader must expect short statements, rather than detailed arguments, and in a popular tale he will not look for embattled lists of authorities. But if he can be stirred up to search further into the matter for himself, he will find a list of authorities ancient and modern come not unaccep table to begin upon. The author has incurred somany debts of kindness in this work from many friends, and from many who were before not even acquaintances, that he must flatly declare himself bankrupt to his creditors, and rejoice if they will but grant him even a second-class certificate. Among the major creditors he must acknowledge his great obligations to the hospitable Chancellor of Lincoln and Mrs. Crowfoot, to the Rev. A. Curtois, Mr. Haig, and some others, all of whom were willing and even anxious that the story of their saint should be told abroad, even by the halting tongues of far-away messengers. The same kind readiness appeared at Witham and indeed everybody, who knew already about St. Hugh, has seemed anxious that the knowledge of him should be spread abroad. It has snowed books, pamphlets, articles, views, maps, and guesses and if much has remained unsaid or been said with incautious brusqueness, rather than with balanced oppressive ness, the reader who carps will always be welcome to such material as the author has by him, for elucidating the truth. If he has been misled by a blind guide, that guide must plead that he has consulted good oculists and worthy spectacle-makers, and has had every good intention of steering clear of the ditch. Though what a man is counts for more than what he does, yet the services of St. Hugh to England may be briefly summed up. They were i Spiritual. He made for personal holiness, uncorruptness of public and private life. He raised the sense of the dignity of spiritual work, which was being rapidly subor dinated to civic work and rule. He made people understand that moral obligations were very binding upon all men. 2 Political. He made for peace at home and abroad at home by restraining the ex cesses of forestars and tyrants abroad by opposing the constant war policy against France. 3 Consti tutional. He first encountered and checked the over grown power of the Crown, and laid down limits and principles which resulted in the Church policy of John s reign and the triumph of Magna Carta. 4 Architectural. He fully developed even if he did not, as some assert, invent the Early English style. 5 Ecclesiastical. He counterbalanced St. Thomas of Canterbury, and diverted much of that martyr s influence from an irreconcileable Church policy to a more reasonable, if less exalted, notion of liberty. He was a patron of letters, and encouraged learning by supporting schools, libraries, historians, poets, and commentators. Ancient authorities for his Life are i The Magna Vita, by Chaplain Adam Rolls 2 Metrical Life, Ed. Dimock, Lincoln, 1860 3 Giraldus Cam- brensis, VII. Rolls 4 Hoveclen s Chronicle Rolls 5 Benedicti, Gesta R. Henry II. Rolls 6 for trifles, Matthew Paris, I. and II.

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CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE INTRODUCTION vii I. THE BOY HUGH . . . .1 II. BROTHER HUGH . . . . 12 III. PRIOR HUGH . . . .26 IV. THE BISHOP ELECT AND CONSECRATE . V. THE BISHOP AT WORK . VI. IN TROUBLES . 42 . . 60 . . 78 VII. AND DISPUTES . . -94 VIII. THE BUILDER . IX. UNDER KING JOHN . . . . Ill . 128 X. HOMEWARD BOUND . 143 INTRODUCTION IN a short biography the reader must expect short statements, rather than detailed arguments, and in a popular tale he will not look for embattled lists of authorities. But if he can be stirred up to search further into the matter for himself, he will find a list of authorities ancient and modern come not unaccep table to begin upon. The author has incurred somany debts of kindness in this work from many friends, and from many who were before not even acquaintances, that he must flatly declare himself bankrupt to his creditors, and rejoice if they will but grant him even a second-class certificate. Among the major creditors he must acknowledge his great obligations to the hospitable Chancellor of Lincoln and Mrs. Crowfoot, to the Rev. A. Curtois, Mr. Haig, and some others, all of whom were willing and even anxious that the story of their saint should be told abroad, even by the halting tongues of far-away messengers. The same kind readiness appeared at Witham and indeed everybody, who knew already about St. Hugh, has seemed anxious that the knowledge of him should be spread abroad. It has snowed books, pamphlets, articles, views, maps, and guesses and if much has remained unsaid or been said with incautious brusqueness, rather than with balanced oppressive ness, the reader who carps will always be welcome to such material as the author has by him, for elucidating the truth. If he has been misled by a blind guide, that guide must plead that he has consulted good oculists and worthy spectacle-makers, and has had every good intention of steering clear of the ditch. Though what a man is counts for more than what he does, yet the services of St. Hugh to England may be briefly summed up. They were i Spiritual. He made for personal holiness, uncorruptness of public and private life. He raised the sense of the dignity of spiritual work, which was being rapidly subor dinated to civic work and rule. He made people understand that moral obligations were very binding upon all men. 2 Political. He made for peace at home and abroad at home by restraining the ex cesses of forestars and tyrants abroad by opposing the constant war policy against France. 3 Consti tutional. He first encountered and checked the over grown power of the Crown, and laid down limits and principles which resulted in the Church policy of John s reign and the triumph of Magna Carta. 4 Architectural. He fully developed even if he did not, as some assert, invent the Early English style. 5 Ecclesiastical. He counterbalanced St. Thomas of Canterbury, and diverted much of that martyr s influence from an irreconcileable Church policy to a more reasonable, if less exalted, notion of liberty. He was a patron of letters, and encouraged learning by supporting schools, libraries, historians, poets, and commentators. Ancient authorities for his Life are i The Magna Vita, by Chaplain Adam Rolls 2 Metrical Life, Ed. Dimock, Lincoln, 1860 3 Giraldus Cam- brensis, VII. Rolls 4 Hoveclen s Chronicle Rolls 5 Benedicti, Gesta R. Henry II. Rolls 6 for trifles, Matthew Paris, I. and II...

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