Published 1979 by Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Universität Salzburg in Salzburg .
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|Other titles||The Pype or Tonne of the lyfe of perfection, Here begynneth the boke called the Pype, or Tonne, of the lyfe of perfection|
|Statement||by James Hogg.|
|Series||Elizabethan & Renaissance studies -- 89, Salzburg studies in English literature, Salzburg studies in English literature -- 89|
|Contributions||Whytford, Richard, fl. 1495-1555?, Hogg, James|
|LC Classifications||BX2349 B4313|
|The Physical Object|
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Genre/Form: Early works Early works to Additional Physical Format: Online version: Whitford, Richard, active. Richard Whytford's The pype or tonne of the lyfe of perfection. Richard Whitford (or Whytford) was an English (or Welsh) Catholic priest known as an author of many devotional works.
their public opposition. In spite of such efforts, Richard Whitford exploited the licence afforded the Abbey as a spiritual powerhouse to offer up dangerous political criticism under the guise of devotional writing.
The article shows how two books written by Whitford—the Pype, or Tonne, of the Lyfe of Perfection. They were deposited at the University as part of the Syon Abbey archive in and transferred from the archive to sit with the manuscript collection in January They include: EUL MS /add3/1 - Printed book entitled 'The pype, or tonne, of the lyfe of perfection' (Pipe of Perfection) by Richard Author: Christine Faunch.
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Brenna Duperron, Dalhousie University. The widespread view that 'mystical' activity in the Middle Ages was a rarefied enterprise of a privileged spiritual elite has led to isolation of the medieval 'mystics' into a separate, narrowly defined category.
Vol 36 No 1 () Published: Front Matter Front Cover and Front Inside Cover Piety and Politics in Richard Whitford’s The Pype, or Tonne, of the Lyfe of Perfection.
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She comments on the widespread popularity of ‘organic allegories and structural allegorical frameworks’ in the period, which would have become known to Syon readers as their library expanded, citing in particular The Devout Treatise of the Tree and XII Fruits, which was read at Syon, and The Pype or Tonne in the Lyfe of Perfection, written by the monk and self-styled ‘wretch of Syon.
Syon book label on the lower board The Ladder of Perfection Psalter with Calendar, Hours of the Holy Spirit, Breviary Ofices for the week and feasts, prayers for after receiving Extreme Unction, Litany of the Sick, Richard Whytford, The Pype, or Tonne, of the Lyfe of Perfection Inscription: Elynor ffetyplace Inscription: Rose Pachet.
The impact of the Reformation on the Tudor royal household to By Elizabeth. Culling. A Study of the Career and Literary Publications of Richard Pynson', unpublished thesis, Here begynneth the boke called the Pype, or tonne, of the lyfe of perfection,Author: Elizabeth.
Culling. Early Book Society Saturday, July 7 Sunday, July 8. Early Book Society - Panel 4: Communities of Readers I Richard Whitford and the Bodleian copy of The Pype or Tonne of the Lyfe of Perfection.
International Conference Programme University of Bergen 22– 24 June Sponsored by The Leverhulme Trust. Piety in Richard Whitford’s The Pype, or Material Girls: Middle English female textual Tonne, of the Lyfe of Perfection Stephanie Morley – Lunch – SEMINAR ROOM B.
The article shows how two books written by Whitford—the Pype, or Tonne, of the Lyfe of Perfection () and A Dayly Exercise and Experience of Dethe ()—engaged closely with the debate. Here begynneth the boke called the Pype, or tonne, of the lyfe of perfection: the reason or cause wherof dothe playnely appere in the processe.
Richard Whytford's The Pype or Tonne of the Lyfe of Perfection with an 1 copy Rewyll of Seynt Sauioure: vol. 4: The Syon Additions for the Sisters from 1 copy The Jacobite Relics of Scotland; being the Songs, Airs and Legends, of the 1 copy.
A book of the names and address of people living in a city Who were King Henry VII's seven children Melliloquium Sancti Bernardi' 'Richard Whytford's The Pype or Tonne of the lyfe of. Syon Abbey was a royal foundation established by Henry v in It was situated at Isleworth on the Thames, just across the river from the royal palace of Richmond and the Charterhouse of Sheen, and some three hours rowing time upstream from London by: 5.
Full text of "A hand-list of a collection of books and manuscripts belonging to the Right Hon. Lord Amherst of other formats. Book. Editor. Richard Whitford. Dyuers Holy Instrucyons and Teachynges Very Necessary for the Helth of Mannes Soule.
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She has published a critical edition of British Library MS 18, which tells the story of Mary Champney, a Bridgettine nun in the time of Elizabeth I. Most recently she has been working on the texts of spiritual guidance prepared by the brothers, in particular Richard Whitford's The Pype, or Tonne, of the Lyfe of Perfection.
Whitford, Richard, fl. / [In the yere of our lorde god a thousande fyue hondred and. xxxii. the xxiii. day of Marche] Here begynneth the boke called the Pype, or tonne, of the lyfe of perfection The reason or cause wherof dothe playnely appere. The instructions for this recipe, and the composer’s plea for patience, are so clear in this manuscript that it raises the question of whether, in the early fourteenth-century, the writer had also been witness to, and tested, the fragrant, soothing rose oil to prove that the second method really was ‘The Best’!.
Notes. For a full discussion of this manuscript, see Liz Herbert McAvoy. The best known are a translation of the Rule of St. Augustine, The Martiloge, printed by Wynkyn de Worde inThe Pype\ or Tonne I of the lyfe of Perfection, printed by Robert Redman in ; and a translation of Imitatio Christi, entitled The Folowinge of Christe, which was printed in.
"Closed and kept most surely in religion": Piety and Politics in Richard Whitford's "The Pype, or Tonne, of the Lyfe of Perfection" (pp. “Richard Whitford’s The Pype, or Tonne, of the Lyfe of Perfection: Pastoral Care, or Political Manifesto,” in Saint Birgitta, Syon Abbey and Vadstena, Papers from a Symposium in Stockholm 4–6 Octobered.
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Fair Spoken and Persuading criticizes previous approaches that took the book to be a series of fragments, outbursts of a great lyrical poet.
It argues instead that Isaiah is a collection of substantial speeches that reinterpret national traditions to answer a sixth century question: how could the exiles be Israel outside of the sacred land?5/5(1). Leaving now the Statute Book, which has so fully confirmed our Ballad on the points on which we appealed to it, let the reader turn to the second Ballad in this volume, " Vox Populi Vox Dei," about A.D., which sums up the evils of Henry VIII's Now reign, DAYES.
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Whytford, Richard. The Pype or Tonne of the Lyfe of Perfection; A Werke for houshoulders; A Dayly Exercyse and Experyend of dethe. James Hogg. 5 vols. Salzburg: Institut fiir Angelistick und Americhanstik Universitat, Wilson, Katharina M., and Warnke, Frank J., eds. Women Writers of the Seventeenth Century.
Richard Whitford has written: 'A werke of preparacion, or of ordinaunce vnto communion, or howselyng' -- subject(s): Early works toDeath, Prayer books 'A dayly exercyse and experyence of. 18 It may be expected that I should notice a few book-lovers, and probably Bibliomaniacs, previously to the time of Richard De Bury; but so little is known with accuracy of Johannes Scotus Erigena, and his patron Charles the Bald, King of France, or of the book tête-a-têtes they used to have together — so little, also, of Nennius, Bede, and.
Afterwhen the graphic chronicle contained in the Leet Book begins to be available for our researches, a glimpse is given of a fully evolved constitution in working order. On Janu the feast of the Conversion of S. Paul, the mayor, chamberlains, and wardens were annually elected, the permanent officials, the recorder, legal adviser.
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King Edward IV is dead. The Woodvilles have the Great Seal—and the treasury. In the north Richard Duke of Gloucester receives word of his brother’s unexpected death from Lord Hastings, who advises him to get to London and take possession of the.
Note: The Contemporaries of Thomas More Bibliography is a very extensively revised and augmented version of an unpublished bibliography of the Early English Renaissance and Reformation that I compiled while I was working on my Ph.
D. Dissertation. Any comments, corrections, suggested additions or queries can be sent to the compiler and editor at [email protected]'s Notes.
Thomas Frognall Dibdin's Bibliomania was originally published in and was re-issued in several editions, including one published by Chatto & Windus in This e-book was prepared from a reprint of the edition, published by Thoemmes Press and .The Pype, or Tonne of the lyfe of perfection.
4to, This is an allegorical work for the instruction of nuns, written by the old wretch of Sion; and although it is not a pilgrimage or a dream, it is a guide to female pilgrims. Under the idea of wine being kept in a pipe or tun, is represented:—1.
The life of perfection, as the.