View Of The State Of Europe During The Middle Ages Volume 2 by Henry HallamView Of The State Of Europe During The Middle Ages Volume 2 by Henry Hallam

View Of The State Of Europe During The Middle Ages Volume 2

byHenry Hallam

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1860 edition. Excerpt: ...electionls,connrma-bishop, which the emperor was used to bitur; si autem erit indignus in ordini-seize upon his decease, p. 154. It was bus scientia vel aetate, et fuit scienter certainly a very leonine prerogative; but electus, electus a minori parte, si est dig-the popes did not fail, at a subsequent nus, conflrmabitur. time, to claim it for themselves. Fleury, A person canonically disqualified when Institutions au Droit, t. i. p. 425. Len-presented to the pope for confirmation font, Concile de Constance, t. ii. p. 130. was said to be postulatus, not efeclu. 8 F. Paul, c. 30. Suhmidt, t. iv. p. 177, i Giannone, l. xiv. c. 6; l. xix. c. 5. 247. k St. Marc, t. v. p. 4l. Art de verifier h Thus we find it expressed, as cap-les Dates, t. i. p. 288. Encyclope"dic, art. tiously as words could be devised, in the Mandats. decretals, L l. tit. 6, c. 22. Electns a m Schmidt, t. iv. p. 239. Innocent IH. Opera, p. 502. I' F. Paul on Benefices, c. 30. " Matt. Paris, p. 267. l)e Marca. l. iv. 1 M. Paris, p. 579, 1ilt. C.9. silly ambition. If England, however, suffered more remarkably, yet other countries were far from being untouched. A German writer about the beginning of the fourteenth century mentions a cathedral where, out of ' about thirty-five vacancies of prebends that had occurred within twenty years, the regular patron had filled only two/ The case was not very different in France, where the continual usurpations of the popes produced the celebrated Pragmatic Sanction of St. Louis. This edict, the authority of which, though probably without cause, has been sometimes disputed, contains three important provisions; namely, that all prelates and other patrons shall enjoy their full rights as to the collation of benefices, according to the canons;...
Title:View Of The State Of Europe During The Middle Ages Volume 2Format:PaperbackDimensions:172 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.37 inPublished:October 12, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217415229

ISBN - 13:9780217415224

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