|Title:||Domus carthusiana, or, An account of the most noble foundation of the Charter-House near Smithfield in London both before and since the reformation : with the life and death of Thomas Sutton, esq., the founder thereof, and his last will and testament : to which are added several prayers, fitted for the private devotions and particular occasions of the ancient gentlemen, &c. / by Samuel Herne.|
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Domus carthusiana, or, An account of the most noble foundation of the Charter-House near Smithfield in London both before and since the reformation : with the life and death of Thomas Sutton, esq., the founder thereof, and his last will and testament : to which are added several prayers, fitted for the private devotions and particular occasions of the ancient gentlemen, &c. / by Samuel Herne.
London: Printed by T.R. for Richard Marriott and Henry Brome ..., 1677.
A poem of 20 stanzas entitled The Charter-House, "probably by Herne", follows the preface. Cf. Hazlitt.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Sutton, Thomas, -- 1532-1611.
Charterhouse (London, England)
TO THE MOST REVEREND FATHER in GOD, GILBERT, Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury, his Grace, &c. TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE, RIGHT REVEREND, AND MOST WORTHY GOVERNOURS OF THE Charter-House.
Of the Old FOUNDATION OF THE Charter-House.
CHAP. I. An Account of the Rise and Original of the Carthusian Order.
CHAP. II. Of the Rules and Constitution of the Order.
CHAP. III. Of their Transplantation and Number in England.
CHAP. IV. Of the Charter-house, or Carthusian Monastery near Smithfield.
CHAP. V. Of their Fabulous Miracles.
Carthusiense Coenobium in Subur∣bio Londinensis Civitatis, La Sa∣lutation More Dieu, nuncu∣patum. Licentia Edvardi tertii de Fun∣datione ejusdem.
Bulla ƲRBANI Papae.
account of new foundation
An Account of Sutton's Foundation, with his Life and Death.
An Act of Parliament granted to Thomas Sutton Esq to erect an Hospital at Hallingbury in Essex, &c.
The Assemblies and Com∣mittees.
The Register and Solicitor.
The poor Brothers.
Officers of the Revenues.
Steward of Courts.
An Establishment for the Dyets, Live∣ries, Stipends, Wages, and other Charges and Expences of the Hospital of King JAMES, founded in Charter-house, in the County of Middlesex, at the humble Petition, and only costs and charges of Tho∣mas Sutton Esquire, to be strictly observed, and not any way exceeded, viz.
concerning the hospital
The Exemplification under the Great Seal of England, of the Act of Parliament for confirmation of the Hospital of King James, founded in Charter-house in the County of Middlesex, at the humble Petition and only Costs and Charges of Thomas Sut∣ton Esquire, and of the Posses∣sions thereof.
The Members that are kept and main∣tain'd in the Hospital, chiefly consist of old Gentlemen and Children.
The last WILL AND TESTAMENT OF Thomas Sutton Esquire.
A Codicil to be annexed to the last Will and Testament of Thomas Sutton Esquire, made and declared the Day whereon he died, being the Twelfth of December, One thousand six hundred and eleven.
ORDERS made by the Go∣vernours of the Hospital of King JAMES, found∣ed in Charter-house by Thomas Sutton Esquire, at several times since the beginning of the said Hospi∣tal, and yet continuing in force, and to be observed or known by the poor Men, Pensioners, and Brothers of the said Hospital for the time being; as follow.
Ʋpon their Admission into the House.
On the Founder's Day.
Ʋpon the Decease of a Pen∣sioner.
In the Morning before he stirs abroad.
An Evening Prayer.
A Preparatory Prayer before the Sacrament.
A Prayer after the Receiving the holy Communion.
In the time of Sickness.
A Prayer to be said at any time by a young Scholar of the House.
Errata sic corrigat Lector Benevolus.