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 advertisement ended with some Latin words which we might translate, "Please do not pull down the advertisement."
Construction blocking view oflisted heritage siteLAHORE:The Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) has started constructing an almonry
, langar khana, inside the Gurdwara Dera Sahib (Samadhi of Maharaja Ranjit Singh) without taking prior permission from any concerned departments, Pakistan Today learnt on Wednesday.The building of Gurdwara Dera Sahib is one of the monuments among others in the listed heritage sites of Directorate of Archaeology, where no construction can be carried out within the radius of 200 feet without taking permission of the Director General of the department.
We know that the boys as well as the choirmaster boarded in the almonry
, which also served as the singing school.
Some priors built almonry
houses specifically for the giving of alms to those who came to the gate; others fed their pilgrim- and travelling-guests alongside those who were present for a feast.
The Vatican's Apostolic Almonry
, or distributor of papal charities, sells authentic parchments bearing words of blessing from the pope.
(57.) See Susan Boynton and Eric Rice, eds., Young Choristers, 650-1700 (Woodbridge, UK: Boydell and Brewer, 2008), 44ff., on Norwich's almonry
school for boys of all ages and choirmasters appointed from outside the monastery.
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.
Visitors purchase tickets and souvenirs in the former almonry
, where monks once gave food to the poor.
Caxton's business at the "Sign of the Red Pale" was within the abbey almonry
and the shop he rented was on the path between the monastery church and Westminster Hall.