almonry


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almonry

(ˈɑːmənrɪ)
n, pl -ries
(Historical Terms) history the house of an almoner, usually the place where alms were given
[C15: from Old French almosnerie; see almoner, alms]
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That is not very amusing, but we expect a Carmelite from Paris who will do the duty of our almonry, and who, we are assured, speaks very well, which will keep us awake, whereas our present almoner always sends us to sleep.
If it please any man spiritual or temporal," he says, to buy a certain book, "let him come to Westminster in to the Almonry at the Red Pale and he shall have them good cheap.
The chairs are comfortable and The shelves are very well lit by lights across the top of them - more so than glass cases in which local artefacts are exhibited with much less relish than at the amazing Evesham Almonry Centre, which we visited earlier this summer.
Evesham The rural market town is home to the 14th century Almonry museum, an ancient house with a warren of rooms.
The Royal Almonry Procession -including some of the most historic posts in Britain, including the Yeoman of the Guard, the Children of the Royal Almonry, the Wandsmen, and the Lord High Almoner -was being followed by the Chief Constable and Merseyside mayors and mayoresses who entered the cathedral ahead of the Queen.
99 and is available from S and D Jelfs in Broadway, Sudeley Castle, Gloucester Library, Brunswick Road, and the Almonry museum in Evesham.
In Evesham, we stopped by at the Almonry, the town's Heritage Centre.
Paul's probably was not, either, since it should have been in the Almonry of the Cathedral, which in the time of the playhouse was no medieval hall.
In 1430, the boys of the almonry of Maxstoke Priory (War.
But at the Almonry, there are so many things to see, read and study that you could spend hours inside here and still not think you'd seen all of it.
HISTORIC: The Yeoman of the Guard was part of the Royal Almonry Procession; SPLENDID SETTING: A member of Liverpool Cathedral staff at rehearsals for the Maundy Service