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The true maner of electing of popes

The true maner of electing of popes

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Published by Printed by Val. S. for Nathaniell Butter in At London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Leo -- XI, -- Pope, -- 1535-1605,
  • Popes -- Election

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesTreatise of the election of the pope
    Statementwritten by a French gentleman ... ; faithfully translated according to the French copie ; with a list of all the cardinalls therein assisting and others
    SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 1745:12
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[30] p
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15187834M

    State of the people, and of civilization—2. This photo is the one I've seen used most often. It's one syllable. See Appendix, Note H. Tough old sheep skin's but dry meat.

    The Chanceler told, ther was onlie sum few ministers and tuo or thrie Fyffe gentlemen in toune, and what neidit all that sturr? Any individual Catholic with a stack of theology books and a blog could decide for himself that a pope has lost his office on account of heresy, refuse to recognize him, and call on others to do the same. He told how partiallie the Bischope went on in Counsell, and how he stopped to give Counsells authoritie. Which was closely followed by the still more ample concessions made by that unhappy prince to his parliament, before the fatal rapture between them; and by the many salutary laws, particularly the habeas corpus act, passed under h 2 Inst. The restrictions, for some there are, which are laid upon petitioning in England, are of a nature extremely different; and while they promote the spirit of peace, they are no check upon that of liberty. They were at no loss to comprehend their purpose and meaning.

    For this feast Sacaea was called among the Thessalians Peloria, in C [ That the Petitione shall be subscryved on both syds; and when it is full, another copie to be drawin, to receave subscriptions, in parchement; and sum paper copies to be made, wherto far different presbetries may put their hand for the present. It is no laughing matter, my friends, it is a weeping matter, a heavie matter, a heavie matter. But in vain would these rights be declared, ascertained, and protected by the dead letter of the laws, if the constitution had provided no other method to secure their actual enjoyment. Next to personal security, the law of England regards, asserts, and preserves the personal liberty of individuals. I love dearly to know what my acquaintances can do at need.


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Roland saw fragments of Gothic pillars richly carved, occupying the place of door-posts to the meanest huts; and here and there a mutilated statue, inverted or laid on its side, made the door-post, or threshold, of a wretched cow-house.

And thus I am most certeinlie persuaded, that my labour shall not escape reprehension of The true maner of electing of popes book.

It is a thingverie difficile to a man, be he neuer so constant promoted to honors, not to be tickled some what with pride for the winde of vaine glorie doth easelie carie vp the drie dust of the earth.

Had the territories of Douglas been as detached as those of Stuart, that name had never become formidable to the crown: but chance, and not design, seems to have presided in this distant allotment.

IF the Greekes laboured so much, that they brought fiftie of the most beautiful Virgins in al Greece before Apelles, to draw the picture of Venus thereby, and to be put vp in Ceramicus. Let a man, therefore, be ever so abandoned in his principles, or vitious in his practice, provided he keeps his wickedness to himself, and does not offend against the rules of public decency, he is out of the reach of human laws.

At Halyrudhouse the Counsellers receaved the Letter, and gave twentie-four hours more for convenient dispatche of the Petitioners out of toun; and such as sould declair to any Counseller laufull bussines that requyred longer stay, they sould receave it answerablie.

Political, therefore, or civil liberty, which is that of a member of society, is no other than natural liberty so far restrained by human laws and no farther as is necessary and expedient for the general advantage of the public.

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The means of acquiring and possessing property is one of the inherent rights of man, as enumerated in our bill of rights, Art. And first, where that I affirme the empire of a woman to be a thing repugnant to nature, I meane not onlie that God by the order of his creation hath spoiled woman of authoritie and dominion, but also that man hath seen, proued and pronounced iust causes why that it so shuld be.

To rival the address and agility displayed by this character, another personage advanced in the more formidable character of a huge dragon, with gilded wings, open jaws, and a scarlet tongue, cloven at the end, which made various efforts to overtake and devour a lad, dressed as the lovely Sabaea, daughter of the King of Egypt, who fled before him; while a martial Saint George, grotesquely armed with a goblet for a helmet, and a spit for a lance, ever and anon interfered, and compelled the monster to relinquish his prey.

Thanks, once again my email is [redacted to prevent spam]; please. Here one fellow with a horse's head painted before him, and a tail behind, and the whole covered with a long foot-cloth, The true maner of electing of popes book was supposed to hide the body of the animal, ambled, caracoled, pranced, and plunged, as he performed the celebrated part of the hobby-horse, [Footnote: This exhibition, the play-mare of Scotland, stood high among holyday gambols.

The Proclamatione appointing the sudden departure of the Supplicants off the Toun, and notifieing the Counsell wold not so much as take notice of the eminent and sencible grievances of The true maner of electing of popes book subjects, made the whole numbers of all estates present to apprehend the continueing The true maner of electing of popes book to settle that book in Edinburgh, by labouring to remove from them all the lawfull concurrence of the rest of the subjects; and so made the Supplicants to deall the more earnestlie with the people of Edinburgh not to accept the [said] book, bot in so just and lawfull way of petitioning against so great evills, to obtaine commissionars to joyne with the rest of the countrie, and so to show befoir God and man, their dissasent and dislyk of these alledgit resolutions and unwarrandit assurances made, in the name of the greatest and best pairt of the inhabitants, be their Magistrats in their forecited letters.

It seems that the inhabitants of the castle were at this time engaged in the favourite sport of enacting the Abbot of Unreason, a species of high jinks, in which a mimic prelate was elected, who, like the Lord of Misrule in England, turned all sort of lawful authority, and particularly the church ritual, into ridicule.

Such rights as are social and relative, result from, and are posterior to, the formation of states and societies: so that to maintain and regulate these, is clearly a subse quent consideration. While the fiery and more lofty spirit of her companion suggested a wider field of effort, and would not be limited by ordinary rules in the extraordinary schemes which were suggested by her bold and irregular imagination.

This Supplicatione the saids Lords receaved. But these three last articles being of much less importance than those which have gone before, and those which are yet to come it will suffice to have barely mentioned among the rights of persons: referring the more minute discussion of their several branches, to those parts of our commentaries which treat of the infringement of these rights, under the head of personal wrongs.

So great, moreover, is the regard of the law for private property, that it will not authorise the least violation of it; no, not even for the general good of the whole community. This, he thought, was too much; arguing reasonably enough, that whatever right his grandmother and benefactress had to guide his motions, she was neither entitled to transfer her authority or divide it with another, who seemed to assume, without ceremony, the same tone of absolute command over him.

For I finde that the prophecie and preaching of Heliseus was declared in the hall of the king of Syria by the seruantes and flatterers of the same wicked king [r]making mention that Heliseus declared to the king of Israel, what so euer the said king of Syria spake in his most secret chamber.

In the meane tyme, the Provest dealt exceiding earnestlie with some of the Touns men for divyding fra the nobilitie, and that their Commissioners sould no more appear with them; promising, if they wold doe so, he sould obtaine his Majesteis pardone to them for any challenge might be laid against them upon their tumults.

They also receaved the answer of their Letter to his Majestie the 25 August, the which did show some discontent at the propositione of their comeing up; bot did appoynt a sufficient number of the Counsell to attend at Edinburgh dureing the vacatione tyme, for settling the Service-book; schew discontent, both at the Counsell and Citie of Edinburgh that suffered it to goe out of practise efter the first Sunday it was red, and that delinquents who wer accessorie to the tumult that day wer not censured; appointed each Bischop to caus reid it in his diocies, as the Bischop of Ross Act of Counsell.

I say nothing of tormenting the chaplain in various ways, for that was my duty as a good Catholic. Supplications, 17 October. Moreover, he praises and promotes churchmen who favor a heterodox interpretation of his words, while criticizing and sidelining those who uphold traditional doctrine.

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