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" Concerning appeals, if they should occur, they ought to proceed from the archdeacon to the bishop, from the bishop to the archbishop. And if the archbishop should fail... "
The Pilot, a journal of religion, politics, literature and art - Page 43
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A Collection of the Laws and Canons of the Church of England: From ..., Volume 2

John Johnson - Canon law, Anglican - 1851
...be there determined, and what belongs to the ecclesiastical court be there determined. 8. If appeals arise, they ought to proceed from the archdeacon to...bishop, from the bishop to the archbishop, and lastly, to the king, (if the archbishop fail in doing justice,) so that the controversy be ended in the d archbishop's...
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An Analysis of the History of the Reformation: With the Prior and Subsequent ...

William Henry Pinnock - England - 1851 - 439 pages
...and criminal causes the clergy should be arraigned in the King's courts — that appeals should lie from the archdeacon to the bishop — from the bishop to the Archbishop, and from the Archbishop to the King — that no appeals should be carried to the Pope without the King's...
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Of the Church, Five Books

Richard Field - Church - 1852
...ecclesiastical. For MatthewParis ' sheweth that the ancient laws of England provided that in appeals men should proceed from the archdeacon to the bishop, from the bishop to the archbishop, and that, if the archbishop should fail in doing justice, the matter should be made known to the king ;...
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History of Latin Christianity: Including that of the Popes to the ...

Henry Hart Milman - Papacy - 1854 - 679 pages
...determine in each case the respective rights of the civil and ecclesiastical courts.' V. Appeals lay from the archdeacon to the bishop, from the bishop to the Archbishop. On failure of justice by the Archbishop, in the last resort to the King, who was to take care that...
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical ..., Volume 29

1855
...within the realm. 2. That appeals to any foreign potentate are forbidden. 3. That appeals should lie from the Archdeacon to the Bishop, from the Bishop to the Archbishop, 'there to be definitively and ' finally ordered, decreed, and adjusted according to justice, with'...
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Moral and devotional theology of the Church of Rome, according to the ...

Frederick Meyrick - 1857
...settled within the realm. 2. Appeals to any foreign potentate are forbidden. 3. That appeals should lie from the Archdeacon to the Bishop, from the Bishop to the Archbishop, ' there to be definitively and ' finally ordered, decreed, and adjusted according to justice, with'...
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Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury: A Biography

James Craigie Robertson - 1859 - 360 pages
...previously ascertaining whether justice might not be obtained at home.c Appeals were to be carried from the archdeacon to the bishop, from the bishop to the archbishop ; and, if the archbishop should fail to do justice, resort was to be had to the King, " that by his precept...
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Becket, archbishop of Canterbury, a biography

James Craigie Robertson - 1859
...previously ascertaining whether justice might not be obtained at home. c Appeals were to be carried from the archdeacon to the bishop, from the bishop to the archbishop; and, if the archbishop should fail to do justice, resort was to be had to the King, " that by his precept...
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Life of Thomas Becket

Henry Hart Milman - 1860 - 246 pages
...Constitutions i. and ii. 58 Constitution vii., somewhat limited and explained by x. V. Appeals lay from the archdeacon to the bishop, from the bishop to the Archbishop. On failure of justice by the Archbishop, in the last resort to the King, who was to take care that...
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Church history in England ... to the period of the Reformation

Arthur Martineau - 1862
...to the king if he were in the kingdom, or, in his absence, to his justice; and that appeals should proceed from the archdeacon to the bishop, from the bishop to the archbishop, and lastly to the king, so that the controversy should be ended in the archbishop's court by a precept from the...
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