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Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online. The following is the breviate of the points on which it was his intention to -dilate in the Preface to the present volume.

It has survived long enough for the copyright to expire and the book to enter the public domain. It begins, as the reader will observe, where its pi^decess OT closes, and carries on the history of Fountains to its abrupt termination.

Sciatis me concessisse Deo et ecclesiae (1) He is called " Athelulf' Carlol.

Testibus T[urstino] archiepiscopo, et A[lexandro] episcopo Lincolniensi, et Audoeno, episcopo Ebroi- censi, et Johanne, episcopo Sagietisi, et Adel[ulfo] episcopo* Carliolensi, et R[ogerio],^ cancellario: apud Eboracum anno in- carnationis Dominicae m^cxxxv^-; Et anno regni mei prime. S[tephanus], rex Angl., archiepiscopis, episcopis, justiciariis, vicecomitibus, baronibus, ministris, et omnibus fidelibus suis totius Angliae, salutem.

" £t botato E lots E illc ;f antes, ubi txtxmc it btinctp B, tanqaam be ^ontibns Salbalotis, lam multi ^anscntnt aquag euihntca in bitam leteniani." fiu L. LONDON : WHITTAKER AND CO., 13, AVE MARIA LANS BERNARD QUAKITCH, IS, PICCADILLY. In the editing of these Bulls he had set before himself a formidable task. All were systematized in his mind, and when this volume was finished it was his intention to give in other volumes the title deeds of the 357537 VI PREFACf E.

^nblis^ti) bn l^i Somfg bg ANDREWS fc CO., SADLKR STREET, DURHAM. At a Meeting of the Councfl of The Surtees Society, held in the Castle of Durham, on Taesday, the sixth of December, 1864— It was ordered that ^^ The Memorials of Fountains Abbet^ Vol. At the time of his lamented decease he had only printed off five sheets, or 80 pages, in which the Royal Grants were completed and the Papal Bulls only commenced.

of Close rolls at and before this period, and other surrenders. Decline of popish feeling at Ripon in giviug to St.

York about the men who stole the lead from Fountains.

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A draft of an act for keeping hospitality at the places of the diss, abbeys.

Episcopo," in the charter of Xing Stephen " De liberta- Ub UB Eccles.

At a Q^neral Meeting of the Surtees Society, held in the Castle of Durham, on the sixth of June, 1869 — " The Secretary was empowered to complete the volume on Fountains Abbey which was left unfinished by Mr. The result of his labours, as was fit and proper, evoked much sympathy and admiration, and the Society desired him to continue the work, which he was so well qualified to carry through. Walbran's intention to print in the present volume the Royal charters of Privilege, and the Papal Bulls which had been granted to Fountains Abbey.

The most casual observer could not fail to perceive that the Editor Lad found a congenial theme to which he had devoted himself with enthusiastic energy. The maxim, " Happy is the people which has no history," cannot perhaps be tipplied in this instance. Abbot Otley, it I shews ^he House in disgrace and debt. Either the abbot was in fault or some party of the monks had laid blame on him, for he is hot inserted in the Catalogue of the Abbots, neither is his sue- ices Bor.

Public domain books belong to the public and we are merely their custodians. A draft of an act for keeping hospitality at the places of the diss, abbeys. Episcopo," in the charter of Xing Stephen " De liberta- Ub UB Eccles. At a Q^neral Meeting of the Surtees Society, held in the Castle of Durham, on the sixth of June, 1869 — " The Secretary was empowered to complete the volume on Fountains Abbey which was left unfinished by Mr. The result of his labours, as was fit and proper, evoked much sympathy and admiration, and the Society desired him to continue the work, which he was so well qualified to carry through. Walbran's intention to print in the present volume the Royal charters of Privilege, and the Papal Bulls which had been granted to Fountains Abbey. The most casual observer could not fail to perceive that the Editor Lad found a congenial theme to which he had devoted himself with enthusiastic energy. The maxim, " Happy is the people which has no history," cannot perhaps be tipplied in this instance. Abbot Otley, it I shews ^he House in disgrace and debt. Either the abbot was in fault or some party of the monks had laid blame on him, for he is hot inserted in the Catalogue of the Abbots, neither is his sue- ices Bor. Articles objected by the French prelates against the Friars, Preachers, and Minors.