Ecclesiastical A-flat cloth instance for carrying the corporal which is used in celebrating the Eucharist.
A fund or foundation the maintenance regarding the needy scholars within their studies.
An ornamental situation to carry the corporal you should definitely used.
A stock trade; a bourse.
some sort of bazaar.
A purse; in addition, a vesicle; a pod; a hull.
A fund or basis when it comes to maintenance of needy scholars in their scientific studies; also, the sum provided to the beneficiaries.
An ornamental case of hold the corporal when not in use.
An exchange, for merchants and bankers, in the towns of continental Europe. Same as Bourse.
a type of bazaar.
A bag; a pouch; a purse.
such a thing resembling a purse; a vesicle; a pod.
A bourse; an exchange: because, “merchants' burses,”
A bursary. See bursary
The burse, the Royal Exchange in London, built by Sir Thomas Gresham in 1566, or perhaps the New Exchange, labeled as Britain's Burse, and afterwards Exeter 'Change, built-in 1609 by the Earl of Salisbury on the webpage regarding the present Exeter Hall in Strand. There have been stores throughout the trade, in which female finery was sold. Thus the allusion into the quote.