Bruges and West Flanders
by George W. T. Omond
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Abbey of the Dunes; of Melrose Adinkerque 'Adoration of the Immaculate Lamb' Albert, Archduke, portrait at Furnes; at the Battle of the Dunes, marries the Infanta Isabella; character of; wounded Albert, Prince, at Bruges Ancona, Bishop of Andre, St., village of Ane Aveugle, Rue de l' Angelo, Michael Anglaises, Couvent des Dames Antwerp, Cathedral of Arschot, Duc d' Artevelde, Jacques van Artevelde, Philip van Artois, Comte d' Augustinian Nuns

Baldwin, Bras-de-Fer, real founder of Bruges; defends Flanders; marries Judith; builds Church of St. Donatian Baldwin, King of Jerusalem Baldwin of Constantinople Baldwin VII. Bannockburn Bardi, money-changers at Bruges Bassin de Commerce at Bruges Battle of the Dunes et seq. Battle of the Golden Spurs et seq. Beguinage at Bruges; grove of Behuchet, Nicholas Belfry of Bruges Belgian Parliament passes law for harbour near Heyst Berlaimont, Comte Florent de Bernard, St., of Clairvaux Bertulf, Provost of St. Donatian Bexley Bicycles, import duty on 'Bird of Honour' Blankenberghe, new harbour near; English fleet at, in 1340 Boniface VIII. Bouchoute, Hotel de Borthwick, Colonel Boterbeke Bourg, Place du, at Bruges Brangwyn, William Breidel, John Breskens Bristol, Earl of, at Bruges Bruges, described by John of Ypres; origin of name; primitive township of; boundaries in early times; Market-Place; Halles; early trade; the Loove at; growth of; capital of West Flanders; Baldwin Bras-de-Fer its real founder; Place du Bourg; murder of Charles the Good; Joanna of Navarre at; death of Marie, wife of Maximilian; Hotel de Ville; Customs House; Oriental appearance in Middle Ages; produce sent to, in Middle Ages; Hanseatic League at; Consulates at; splendour of, in Middle Ages; under the House of Burgundy; loss of trade; pauperism; Charles II. at et seq.; list of Charles II.'s household at; death of Catherine of Braganza at; fate of Church at French Revolution; Napoleon at; state of, since Revolution of 1830; English Jesuits at; Queen Victoria at; relic of Holy Blood at et seq.; Procession of the Holy Blood et seq.; relic of the Holy Cross Bruges Matins Brussels, Charles II. at; Church of Ste. Gudule; Hotel de Ville Burchard Burgundy, Charles, Duke of Burgundy, House of Burnet, Bishop Butler, Mr. J.

Caine, Mr. Hall 'Cairless,' Mr. Capucins, Chapel of, at Furnes Casa Negra Cathedral of Antwerp Cathedral of St. Martin at Ypres Cathedral of St. Sauveur at Bruges Catherine of Braganza Celestine III. Chapel of the Capucins at Furnes Chapelle du Saint-Sang (St. Basil's) at Bruges Charlemagne Charles II. of England at Bruges et seq. Charles the Bald Charles the Bold Charles the Good Charles V. Charles VI. Chatillon, Jacques de Chemins-de-fer Vicinaux Church of Jerusalem at Bruges Church of Notre Dame at Bruges Church of St. Donatian at Bruges Church of Ste. Walburge Cistercians Clairvaux Clauwerts Clement V. Clement VII. Cologne Comte de la Hanse Congress of Vienna Coninck, Peter de Consulate of France; of Spain; of Smyrna Coolkerke Courtrai Couvent des Dames Anglaises Coxyde Cranenberg Crecy, Battle of Cromwell Customs House at Bruges

Dalgetty, Dugald Damme et seq.; population of; Roeles de; harbour blocked up Dampierre, Guy de David, Gerard Deprysenaere, Jean of Ypres Digues de mer, construction of Donatian, Church of St., built by Baldwin Bras-de-Fer; Bertulf, Provost of; site of; murder of Charles the Good in; destroyed Don John of Austria Dordrecht Duinbergen Dunes, Battle of the; scenery of et seq. Dyver, the, at Bruges

Edward III. Edward IV. Egmont, Count Elias, sixth Abbot of Coxyde English Merchant Adventurers Erembalds et seq.; feud with Straetens; destruction of Ethelbald Ethelwulf, husband of Judith, daughter of Charles the Bald Evendyck Eyck, van, elder and younger

Flanders, state of, in early times; invaded by Normans; origin of title 'Count of'; defended by Baldwin Bras-de-Fer; allied to England; neutrality of, in 1340 and 1830; invaded by French; plain of et seq.; ignorance of country people in; smuggling between France and; annexed to France; invaded by English; causes of disunion in; ceded to the Infanta Isabella; contrast between different parts of; coast of et seq. Flotte, Pierre, Chancellor of France Flushing Fox, Sir Stephen France, Flanders annexed to France, Palais du French Consulate at Bruges Furnes; procession of penitents at; Church of Ste. Walburge; Hotel de Ville and Palais de Justice; Church of St. Nicholas; Corps de Garde Espagnol and Pavillon des Officiers Espagnols

Gand, Porte de Gardiner, Dr., quoted Gauthier de Sapignies Genoese merchants, house of, at Bruges George III. Germany, emigrations from Flanders to Ghent Ghiselhuis Gilliat-Smith, author of The Story of Bruges Gloucester, Henry, Duke of et seq. Godshuisen Golden Fleece, Order of the Golden Spurs, Battle of the Golf in Belgium 'Governor of the English Colony beyond the Seas' Grande Dame of Beguinage Grande Salle des Echevins at Bruges Great storm of thirteenth century Gruthuise Guildhouse of St. Sebastian at Bruges Gustavus Adolphus Guy de Dampierre

Haecke, Canon van Halle de Drapiers at Ypres Halle de Paris at Bruges Halles at Bruges Hamilton, Sir James Hanseatic League Het Paradijs Heyst Hobbema Hogarth Holland, Beguinages in Holy Blood, relic and chapel of, at Bruges; Procession of the Holy Cross, relic of Holy Sepulchre, Church of, at Jerusalem Hoogenblekker Horn, Count Hotel de Bouchoute at Bruges Hotel de Ville at Bruges; at Furnes House of the Seven Towers Hyde (Lord Clarendon)

Idesbaldus, St. Inquisition in Flanders Isabella, the Infanta

Jerusalem, Baldwin, King of Jerusalem, Church of, at Bruges Jesse, Memoirs of the Court of England Jesuits at Bruges Joanna of Navarre John of Ypres Joseph II. Joseph of Arimathaea Judith, wife of Baldwin Bras-de-Fer Justice, Palais du, at Bruges; at Furnes

Kadzand Kermesse King, Thomas Harper Knights of the Golden Fleece Knocke

Lac d'Amour La Panne Le Coq Legend of Montrose Lejeusne, Mathurin Leliarts Leonius Leopold I. Leopold II. Lilly the astrologer Lincoln, Bishop of Lombaerdzyde Longfellow, quoted Loove, the, at Bruges Louis of Maele Louis of Nevers Louis XIV. Louvain Luxembourg Lyger

Maele, Louis of Maison des Orientaux Mannaert Marbriers, Quai des Mariakerke Maria Theresa Market-Place of Bruges Mary, 'The Gentle' Matins of Bruges Maurice of Nassau Mauritshuis at The Hague Maximilian, Archduke Mazarin Melrose Abbey Memlinc Meuninxhove, John van Michael Angelo Middelkerke Minnewater Miracles wrought by the Holy Blood at Bruges Morgarten Mother Superior of Beguinage Murray, Sir Robert

Napoleon at Bruges; return from Elba; canal to Sluis constructed by Navarre, Joanna of Neutrality of Flanders in 1340 and 1830 Nevers, Louis of Nicholas I., Pope Nicholas, Sir Edward Nieuport; origin of; besieged by Prince Maurice; fallen state of Nieuport-Bains 'Nieuwerck,' at Ypres Nimeguen, Treaty of Nivelles Noe, Michael Normans in Flanders Norwich, Earl of Notre Dame, Church of, at Bruges Notre Dame de Lombaerdzyde Notre Dame de Thuine

'Old England' at Bruges Oosterlingen Plaats Oostkerke Orientaux, Maison des; Place des Ormonde Osburga Ostend, growth of Otlet, M. Paul note Ouden Burg

Palais de Justice, at Bruges; at Furnes Palais du Franc Paradijs, Het Parijssche Halle Paris Parma, Duke of, in Flanders Pauperism of Bruges Philip II. cedes Spanish Netherlands to his daughter Philip III. Philip of Valois Philip the Fair Place des Orientaux Place du Bourg Pont des Dunes Pope Clement V.; VII.; Boniface VIII.; Celestine III.; Urban VI. Poperinghe Porte de Damme Porte de Gand Porte Ste. Croix Procession of the Holy Blood at Bruges et seq.; of Penitents at Furnes Pruyssenaere, Peter

Quai Espagnol; Long; des Marbriers; du Miroir; de la Potterie; du Rosaire; Spinola; Vert

Rastadt, Treaty of Richard I. Robinson, Mr. Wilfrid, author of Bruges, an Historical Sketch Rochester, Earl of Rodenbach Roeles de Damme Rome, flight of Baldwin and Judith to Roosebeke, Battle of Rosaire, Quai du Roulers Route Royale Roya Rue Anglaise, in Bruges; de l'Ane Aveugle; des Carmes; Cour de Gand; Espagnole; Flamande; Haute; Neuve; du Vieux Bourg Ruysdael

Santhoven Scarphout 'Schielt ende Vriendt' Schomberg Schoutteeten 'Scotland,' at Bruges Scottish merchants at Bruges Scott, Sir Walter See-Brugge Senlis Sheppey, Isle of Sluis Smith, Gilliat- Smet de Naeyer, Comte Smyrna, Consulate of, at Bruges Spaniards, at Bruges; at Furnes Spanish Inquisition Spencer, Henry, Bishop of Norwich St. Andre, Village of St. Basil, Church of St. Bavon St. Bernard of Clairvaux St. Donatian, Church of St. George, Society of St. Idesbaldus St. John, Hospital of St. Martin, Church of, at Furnes St. Nicholas, Church of, at Furnes St. Omer, Jesuits of St. Peter's, at Ghent St. Sauveur, Church of St. Sebastian, Society of, at Bruges; at Ypres Ste. Elizabeth, Church of Ste. Gudule, Church of Ste. Monica, Church of Ste. Walburge, Church of, at Bruges; at Furnes Straetens Stuebben, Herr Swift, Dean Sybilla, wife of Thierry d'Alsace Sydenham, Colonel Syria

Tarah, Viscount 'Ter Streep' Thierry d'Alsace et seq. 'Thuindag' Thurloe State papers Titelman the Inquisitor Torquemada Tournai 'Tower of London' at Bruges Turner, Sir James

Valois, Philip of Van Eyck Vauban, fortifies Ypres Verhaeren, M., Belgian poet Vienna, Congress of Vieux Bourg, Rue du Virgin and Child, Statue of, at Bruges

Urban VI.

Victoria, Queen, at Bruges

Walburge, Ste., Church of, at Bruges; at Furnes Walcheren Waterloo, Battle of Weavers, Guild of Wenduyne Westcapelle Westende, village; Plage William, Bishop of Ancona

York, Duke of, at Bruges et seq. Ypres; field preaching near; churches sacked; taken by Parma; by the Protestants; Place du Musee; besieged by Louis XIV.; fortified by Vauban; ceded to France; described by Vauban in 1689; taken by the French in 1794; during the Hundred Days; end of military history; Grand Place and Cloth Hall; monopoly of weaving linen; manages with Bruges the Hanseatic League in Flanders; the Nieuwerck; riots at; siege of, by English et seq.; John of Ypres describes early Bruges Yser

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