Melbourne, Cathedral Church of St Paul

s15. South narthex west

Entries in grey are not obtained from documentary evidence, but are inferred from content, context, etc.

Date of manufacture and insertion
Number of lights
2
Maker
Clayton & Bell
Main subject
3a. St Stephen 3b. St Paul
2a. Stephen giving alms 2b. Paul speaks to the men on the ship
1a. Ordination of Stephen 1b. Paul’s vision of a Macedonian man
Tracery subject
St Titus
Subject type
Narrative
Donor
Henry Brooks of Hampstead and Melbourne, died
Design
St Stephen (Left upper)
  1. . Truro, Cathedral Church of St Mary, North quire aisle east. Upper.
Notes
  1. Death of donor, Colonies and India p 16, The Argus, p 5.
  2. Image of whole window.

Whole window

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Titus

Tracery

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3a. St Stephen

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Stephen, [full of faith and power,] did great wonders and miracles [among the people]. (Acts 6:8).

2a. Stephen feeds the needy

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They chose Stephen, a man full of faith (Acts 6:5).

1a. The ordination of Stephen.

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3b. St Paul

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Fear not, Paul; thou must be brought before Caesar (Acts 27:24).

2b. An angel appears to Paul

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A vision appeared to Paul in the night (Acts 16:9).

1b. Paul’s vision of the man of Macedonia

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