The last age of the Church, ed. with notes by J.T. Todd

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Page ciii - So, when we were sinful, and the children of wrath, God's Son came out of heaven, and praying his Father for his enemies, he died for us. Then, much rather shall we be saved, now we are made righteous through his blood.
Page xliv - ... and also by such privy reservations many clerks advanced in this realm by their true patrons, which have peaceably holden their advancements by long time be suddenly put out...
Page xlvii - Parliament assembled by your most dread commandment; that where your subjects of this your realm, and of other countries and dominions being under your obeisance, by many years past have been and yet be greatly decayed and impoverished by such intolerable exactions of great sums of money as have been claimed and taken and yet continually be claimed to be taken out of this your realm and other your said countries and dominions, by the Bishop of Rome called the Pope, and the See of Rome, as well in...
Page lxiv - Mat.18, two of you shall agree as touching any thing that they shall ask, it shall be done for them: and reaching the sorcerer with this unanimity of their prayer, they precipitated him to the earth.
Page ci - And a certain woman cast a piece of a millstone upon Abimelech's head, and all to brake his skull. 54 Then he called hastily unto the young man his armour-bearer, and said unto him, Draw thy sword, and slay me, that men say not of me, A woman slew him.
Page xliv - ... bishopricks, abbeys, and priories, as all other dignities and other benefices of England, which be of the advowry of people of holy church, and give the same as well to aliens as to denizens, and taketh of all such benefices the first-fruits, and many other profits...
Page lviii - Ministri Christi sunt et serviunt Antichristo. Honorati incedunt de bonis Domini, qui Domino honorem non deferunt. Inde is, quem quotidie vides, meretricius nitor, histrionicus habitus, regius apparatus. Inde aurum in frenis, in sellis et calcaribus, et plus calcaria quam altaria fulgent.
Page xcviii - When the house was built, it was with stone prepared at the quarry; so that neither hammer nor axe nor any tool of iron was heard in the temple, while it was being built.
Page xlviii - Peter-pence or any other impositions, to the use of the said bishop, or the see of Rome, like as heretofore they have used, by usurpation of the said Bishop of Rome and his predecessors, and sufferance of your highness, and your most noble progenitors, to do ; but that all such pensions, censes, portions and Peter-pence, which the said Bishop of Rome, otherwise called...
Page xlv - Rome, that no parson, abbot, nor other, should have provision of any arch<oftRome.rt bishopric or bishopric, which shall be void, till that he has compounded with the pope's chamber, to pay great and excessive sums of money, as well for the first fruits of the same archbishopric or bishopric, as for other lesser services in the same court ; and that the same sums, or the greater part thereof, be paid before-hand...

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