Memoirs of the Archbishops of Dublin

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Hodges and Smith, 1838 - Bishops - 492 pages

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Page 205 - us,' in your dream comparing yourself so near to a prince in honour and estimation, that all virtue and honesty is almost banished from you.
Page 452 - We cannot but heartily wish, as it will easily be believed, that all the people of our dominions were members of the Catholic Church...
Page 267 - ... are in any part superstitious or erroneous, or such as he may not with a good conscience subscribe unto; let him be excommunicated ipso facto, and not restored but only by the archbishop, after his repentance and public revocation of such his wicked errors.
Page 281 - An Act for the uniformity of public prayers and administration of sacraments, and other rites and ceremonies, and for establishing the form of making, ordaining, and consecrating bishops, priests, and deacons, in the Church of England...
Page 270 - I find many ways distempered : an unlearned clergy, which have not so much as the outward form of churchmen to cover themselves with, nor their persons any ways reverenced or protected ; the churches unbuilt ; the parsonage and vicarage houses utterly ruined ; the people untaught through the non-residency of the clergy, occasioned by the unlimited shameful numbers of spiritual promotions with cure of souls, which they hold by commendams ; the rites and ceremonies of...
Page 336 - I am lord mayor of one hundred and twenty houses, I am absolute lord of the greatest cathedral in the kingdom, am at peace with the neighbouring princes, the lord mayor of the city, and the archbishop of Dublin, only the latter, like the K.
Page 138 - Scio enim quod Redemptor meus vivit, et in novissimo die de terra surrecturus sum: et rursum circumdabor pelle mea, et in carne mea videbo Deum Salvatorem meum.
Page 239 - An Act restoring to the Crown the Ancient Jurisdiction over the State Ecclesiastical and Spiritual, and abolishing all Foreign Power repugnant to the same ;
Page 452 - It having pleased Almighty God not only to bring us to the Imperial Crown of these Kingdoms through the greatest difficulties, but to preserve us by a more than ordinary Providence upon the Throne of our royal ancestors, there is nothing now that we so earnestly desire...
Page 212 - Ireland, who then was called pope, is now by God's law, justly, lawfully, and upon good grounds, reasons, and causes, by authority of parliament, and by and with the whole consent and agreement of all the bishops, prelates, and both the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, and also the whole clergy both of England and Ireland...

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