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A Short Series of Lectures on the Parochial and Collegiate Antiquities of Edinburgh. Read to the Holy Gild of S. Joseph, by a Member of the Gild. [The preface is signed J.A.S., i.e. James Augustine Stothert.]

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A Short Series of Lectures on the Parochial and Collegiate Antiquities of Edinburgh. Read to the Holy Gild of S. Joseph, by a Member of the Gild. [The preface is signed J.A.S., i.e. James Augustine Stothert.]
Original Title A Short Series of Lectures on the Parochial and Collegiate Antiquities of Edinburgh. Read to the Holy Gild of S. Joseph, by a Member of the Gild. [The preface is signed J.A.S., i.e. James Augustine Stothert.]
Author Stothert, James A. (James Augustine), STOTHERT, James Augustine
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Topics Scotland — Edinburgh, Edinburgh (Scotland) — Church history
Publisher Edinburgh : J. Marshall
Collection folkscanomy_miscellaneous, folkscanomy, additional_collections
Language English
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CONTENTS.
LECTURE I.
Introductory Remarks — Our debt to Antiquity, the measure of our obligations to Posterity — General view of that debt — And in our own country and city — Romance and dry Antiquarian spirit disclaimed — Uses to which the study of Ecclesiastical Antiquities may be turned — Castle of Edinburgh — The scene of S. Margaret’s decease — Sketch of her life, and happy departure — Reflections , p. 1.
LECTURE II.
Survey of the ancient city — Its walls — Arrangement of old Catholic cities favourable to Religion — Numerous churches and Religious houses — S. Giles’ church — Narrative of the Saint’s life — Benefactors of the church — The changes which befel it , p. 31.
LECTURE III.
S. Giles’ church continued — Its forty altars, and sacred vessels — Symbolic meaning of Catholic Church Architecture, with reference especially to the Divine Presence in the Blessed Eucharist — An old church a monument of devotion to this adorable mystery , p. 61.
LECTURE IV.
Parish church of S. Cuthbert — Its history — Institution of Parishes — Very ancient origin of Tithes — Chapelries of S. Cuthbert’s parish — S. Marie’s — S. Roque’s — Corstorphin — Liberton — Life of S. Cuthbert, and his holy decease — Reflections , p. 87.
LECTURE V.
Churchyard of S. Cuthbert — Antiquity of cemeteries in Scotland, and care bestowed on them — Uses to which they may be applied in the religious controversy now pending — Superstition distinguished from Catholic piety — Collegiate church of the Holy Trinity — And of S. Marie in the Fields — Concluding Remarks , p. 128.

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