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Strana 240 - ... of the covenant to close three Gospels and to begin the Acts : " As My Father hath sent Me, so send I you : go ye therefore into all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things, whatsoever I have commanded you: and behold I am with you always, even to the end of the world...
Strana 3 - that by God's grace the king has become another man, since he has adopted the Roman Church as his mother. He has subjected England and Ireland to the Holy Roman Church, and has given his territories aforesaid to God, to his holy Apostles Peter and Paul, and to the Lord Pope as a patrimony. He and his heirs are to hold them of the Lord Pope and his successors. Publicly, and before every one, he has done fealty to the Holy Roman Church, and sworn homage on the Gospels, by his charter which he has...
Strana 100 - burst out into laughter at the covetousness of the Romans who did not understand the force of the moral : ' Quod virtus reddit, non copia, sufficientem Et non paupertas, sed mentis hiatus, egentem.
Strana 2 - Christianity in a fluid state with a tendency to glomerate round different centres, and revolve in different orbits. At his death he left the papacy the sole acknowledged centre towards which all states gravitated as the law of their existence; and perhaps what was more difficult to achieve, he rooted his convictions for centuries in the hearts of men, however opposite their moral or intellectual characters.
Strana 3 - Innocent and his successors in the apostolic chair, and that he engaged himself and his successors to hold these dominions as feudatory of the Church of Rome, by the annual payment of a thousand marks, seven hundred for England, and three hundred for Ireland.
Strana iv - CHISWICK PRESS: CHARLES WH1TTINGHAM AND CO. TOOKS COURT, CHANCERY LANE, LONDON. TO MY OLD AND TRIED FRIEND EDMUND BISHOP TO WHOM I OWE MORE THAN MERE WORDS CAN EXPRESS CONTENTS CHAP.
Strana ix - Every one who has made the endeavor will recognize how difficult it is accurately to determine the sense of even one document, and what stern self-discipline is requisite as the first condition of every critical inquiry or historical investigation.
Strana xv - ... services except by conferring benefices in foreign lands. Whilst wholly condemning the practice, we should remember, in fairness, that England was not altogether without some return for what was thus taken from her. If the papal design in regard to the crown of Sicily had been carried out, and Henry Ill's son had been established on that throne, the story of which proposal and of its failure is briefly told in one of the chapters of this volume, who shall say how different might have been the...
Strana 275 - ... accident might disturb could be necessary to salvation. 3. Another supposition may be raised of the discovery not of one but of many lost Epistles of St. Paul, which suggests a new question. Would the balance of Christian truth be thereby altered? Not so. A moment's reflection will remind us that the servant is not above his Lord, nor the disciple above his Master.