To his daughter, Elizabeth Skreene, furniture and a mass-book.
Your croziers, your mitres, your mumbled prayers from the mass-book!
She turned D. Joaõ into a padre, the horse into a bell, the saddle into an altar and the musket into a mass-book.
In one hand she carried her mass-book and a rosary wound about her wrist like a bracelet; in the other, a bunch of carnations.
He had never seen a story-book in his life; his primer and his mass-book were all the volumes he had.
They laid bare the man as the print of a mass-book, and found him profitable reading.
Ascending the altar, the priest passed at once to the right hand side where lay the mass-book, from which he read the Introit.
Some of the pictures introduced by him were also found, upon inquiry, to be the very same that might be met with in the mass-book.
It dates from the seventh century, and is no doubt the identical Missal or mass-book used by the saint.
The hermit lit candles, opened the mass-book, and the ceremony began.