The Church has nothing left but temples and shrines and canonicals and vestments and words.
The same story is told of Swift and four clergymen dressed in canonicals.
Hogarth quarrelled with Churchill, and drew him as a bear in canonicals.
With them their wives and children had been shown, all greatly impressed by the canonicals.
He was an intimate friend of Archbishop Cobbe, and there is a picture of him in canonicals at Newbridge, co.
The bishop, in his canonicals, is waiting; the groom and his groomsmen are expectant.
The reverend Duche appeared in his canonicals attended by his clerk.
"No, I think not," replied Mr. Priddon, who was already in his canonicals.
The passage of time has made his canonicals too strange, too unlike my world of common thought and costume.
Then with a courteous shake of the hand, stately as though he were a bishop in canonicals, Arnold Jackson took leave of his guest.