By Samuel Taylor Coleridge
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On Henry III's anniversary only a small distribution was normally made to the poor: a few quarters of wheat for bread, a few shillings, and eventually as little as 6s. 76 On the other anniversaries which have been mentioned, the sums available were on an altogether different scale. Even so, Eleanor of Castile's anniversary, observed from 1291, the year following her death, on or near 28 November each year, was in a class of its own. Edward I, the actual founder, directed that every poor person coming to the monastery on that day should receive one penny for food, and he added the rider, imitated in some later royal deeds of foundation at the Abbey, that the poor were always to receive the equivalent of a penny at the time of the foundation.
35Chron. Abingdon, ii. 148; Cartularium Abbathiae de Whiteby, ed. J. C. , SS lxix, lxxii, 187981), ii. 519, where the corrodium monachale . . quod unus peregrinus habere solitus [est] in Refectorio is to be understood as one of the daily Maundy portions given in alms by the monks of Whitby. Cf. Regularis Concordia, ed. T. Symon (NMT 1953), 612, where poor pilgrims receive sustenance, though not the Maundy portions: these are for poor 'who are wont to receive their support from the monastery'. 36 Yet the phrase also described an actual way of life.
519. The portions granted by Westminster Abbey to the nuns of Kilburn included wine and pittances. , see OV ii. 117. For later criticism at St Albans of the foundation of St Mary de Pré, see Thompson, Women Religious, 59. 50VCH Herts. iv. 429. 53 In the late eleventh century, however, it was possible to give selectively with one hand and be prodigally generous in undiscriminating waysas was always expected of a prelate at this timewith the other, and precisely this feat is recorded of the two prelates who have been mentioned.
Lay Sermons by Samuel Taylor Coleridge