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1 1 | issue, speedily and happily, whatsoever appertains to the integrity 2 1 | princes and peoples; and whatsoever is needful for repelling 3 3,1 | obstinate disputation; but let whatsoever is said be so tempered by 4 3,1 | take part in any other act whatsoever during the council, none 5 5,2 | thinking, that is, that whatsoever they please is allowed them,-- 6 6,2 | or other stipend under whatsoever name, destined for lecturers 7 6,2 | Scripture be had; yet so that whatsoever other lectures there may 8 6,2 | though he may plead, on whatsoever ground, that he is exempt 9 6,2 | the churches may be, in whatsoever way, said to be exempted, 10 6,2 | and decided. ~Regulars, of whatsoever order they may be, may not 11 6,2 | pretext of any privilege whatsoever; until the holy Apostolic 12 6,2 | commonly called Questors-of whatsoever condition they may be, shall 13 7,1 | before Justification, in whatsoever way they be done, are truly 14 7,2 | admonishes all those who, under whatsoever name and title, are set 15 7,2 | following:-If any one, by whatsoever dignity, degree, and pre-eminence 16 7,2 | shall visit any churches whatsoever, as often as there shall 17 8,1 | manner and time. ~No one, by whatsoever dignity, grade, or pre-eminence 18 8,1 | or under any other name whatsoever; seeing that he is to be 19 8,1 | any other name or title whatsoever, in contravention of the 20 8,1 | privileges, or exemptions whatsoever, even with a commission 21 8,1 | authority, all churches whatsoever, in whatsoever manner exempted; 22 8,1 | churches whatsoever, in whatsoever manner exempted; and to 23 8,1 | any privilege or custom whatsoever,-a license for ordination, 24 8,1 | to orders) by any prelate whatsoever, shall be of no avail but 25 8,1 | ecclesiastical benefices whatsoever, even under the plea of 26 8,1 | care that all hospitals whatsoever be faithfully and diligently 27 8,3 | as ratified and pleasing whatsoever by you shall have been done, 28 8,3 | ordinances, and other things whatsoever to the contrary notwithstanding. 29 11,2 | Council, and any other things whatsoever to the contrary notwithstanding, 30 11,2 | declaring moreover null and void whatsoever may be attempted, wittingly 31 11,2 | wittingly or ignorantly, by whatsoever person, or by whatsoever 32 11,2 | whatsoever person, or by whatsoever authority, against these 33 14,1 | bread, and under any part whatsoever of that species; likewise 34 14,3 | other (alleged) grievance, whatsoever; neither shall the bishop, 35 14,3 | appeal, or any inhibition whatsoever emanating from a judge of 36 14,3 | that they may annoy him by whatsoever means lie in their power,- 37 14,3 | accusation, or in any other way whatsoever, shall not be cited or warned 38 14,5 | ecclesiastics or Seculars, of whatsoever degree, estate, condition, 39 15,1 | those words of our Lord, Whatsoever you shall bind upon earth, 40 15,1 | bound also in heaven, and whatsoever you shall loose upon earth 41 15,1 | confession made to any individual whatsoever. It also teaches, that even 42 15,1 | may absolve all penitents whatsoever from every kind of sins 43 15,3 | faithful of Christ is it said: Whatsoever you shall bind upon earth 44 15,3 | bound also in heaven; and whatsoever you shall loose upon earth, 45 15,5 | charge their clergy, of whatsoever rank they be, that they 46 15,5 | by his own prelate, from whatsoever cause, be it even on account 47 15,5 | shall confer any orders whatsoever on one not subject to him, 48 15,5 | exempted, or in a monastery of whatsoever order, shall, by virtue 49 15,5 | promoted by any authority whatsoever; even though they shall 50 15,5 | agents, or to any others whatsoever, in view and in consideration 51 15,5 | these letters conservatory, whatsoever be their clauses or decrees, 52 15,5 | their clauses or decrees, whatsoever be the judges deputed, or 53 15,5 | judges deputed, or under whatsoever other kind of pretext or 54 15,5 | or for any other cause whatsoever; thus herein explaining 55 15,5 | by virtue of any faculty whatsoever, to admit any individual 56 15,5 | endowment. ~No one, moreover, of whatsoever ecclesiastical or Secular 57 15,5 | pretext of any privilege whatsoever, to present any one, in 58 16,1 | before that day arrives, whatsoever they may wish. And,- that 59 16,2 | and to all other persons whatsoever, of what state, condition, 60 16,2 | already repaired hither,- by whatsoever name they are entitled, 61 16,2 | and discuss, any matters whatsoever together with the said Synod, 62 16,2 | present and set forth all whatsoever they may think fit, and 63 16,2 | also wills that all clauses whatsoever,- which may be necessary 64 16,2 | messengers to any places whatsoever, according as their affairs 65 16,2 | and Secular persons, of whatsoever state and condition they 66 16,2 | condition they may be, or by whatsoever name designated. ~Furthermore, 67 16,2 | canons, or of any Councils whatsoever, especially those of Constance 68 16,2 | or of their followers, of whatsoever condition, state or pre-eminence, 69 19,1 | knowledge of all persons whatsoever, as by this present decree 70 19,3 | and to all other persons whatsoever, of what state, condition, 71 19,3 | already repaired hither, by whatsoever name they are entitled, 72 19,3 | and discuss any matters whatsoever together with the said Synod, 73 19,3 | present and set forth all whatsoever they may think fit, and 74 19,3 | also wills that all clauses whatsoever, which may be necessary 75 19,3 | messengers to any plaCes whatsoever, according as their affairs 76 19,3 | and secular persons, of whatsoever state and condition they 77 19,3 | condition they may be, or by whatsoever name designated. ~Furthermore, 78 19,3 | canons, or of any Councils whatsoever, especially those of Constance 79 19,3 | or of their followers, of whatsoever condition, state, or pre-eminence, 80 19,4 | in matters of faith, of whatsoever kingdoms, nations, provinces, 81 21,1 | Reformation; has decreed that whatsoever it shall seem fit to ordain, 82 22,2 | nor for any other cause whatsoever, ./. not even though it 83 22,2 | immemorial, of all places whatsoever, which may rather be called 84 22,2 | immemorial, and all appeals whatsoever notwithstanding. And upon 85 22,2 | derogations, or suspensions whatsoever. ~CHAPTER V. ~Bishops shall 86 22,2 | of any parochial churches whatsoever, and of those wherein baptism 87 22,2 | any appeal or exemption whatsoever. But, those who live shamefully 88 22,2 | every exemption or appeal whatsoever. ~CHAPTER VII. ~Bishops 89 22,2 | exemption, or reservation whatsoever. But if they should be all 90 22,2 | visited. ~It is right that whatsoever things in a diocese regard 91 22,2 | notwithstanding any appeals whatsoever, privileges, customs, even 92 22,2 | privileges, and exemptions whatsoever. ~CHAPTER IX. ~The name 93 22,2 | places, or to any persons of whatsoever degree, estate, and dignity, 94 22,2 | receiving any remuneration whatsoever; that so all men may at 95 23,1 | of the canons subjoined, whatsoever is opposed to this most 96 23,3 | bargains for recompenses, and whatsoever is given for the celebration 97 23,3 | any Seculars or Regulars whatsoever, in private houses; or, 98 23,3 | things aforesaid, but also whatsoever else shall seem to them 99 23,3 | exemptions, appeals, and customs whatsoever, to the contrary notwithstanding. ~ 100 23,4 | oath or by any authority whatsoever, to the contrary notwithstanding. ~ 101 23,4 | requisite orders within a year, whatsoever may be their privilege, 102 23,4 | examined. ~Dispensations, by whatsoever authority they are to be 103 23,4 | them, shall, in all causes whatsoever, as well in admitting the 104 23,4 | and all pious places by whatsoever name designated, even though 105 23,4 | or privilege, or statute whatsoever, to the contrary, notwithstanding. ~ 106 23,4 | Administrators of any pious places whatsoever shall give in their accounts 107 23,4 | the fabric of any church whatsoever, even though it be a cathedral, 108 23,4 | and of any pious places whatsoever, shall be bound to give 109 23,4 | any cleric, or layman, by whatsoever dignity pre-eminent, be 110 23,4 | under any colourable pretext whatsoever,--the jurisdictions, property, 111 23,4 | or any sources of revenue whatsoever, belonging to any church, 112 23,4 | he has seized upon, or in whatsoever way they have come to him, 113 23,4 | deprived of all benefices whatsoever, and be rendered incapable 114 23,4 | incapable of any others whatsoever; and ever after entire satisfaction 115 24,1 | civil power or magistrate whatsoever, is required in such wise 116 24,1 | hath resolved to condemn whatsoever things are contrary thereunto, 117 24,2 | all persons who are--under whatsoever name and title, even though 118 24,2 | cathe- ./. dral churches whatsoever, are obliged to personal 119 24,2 | restored to him; any privileges whatsoever, granted to any college 120 24,2 | place. ~Those who,--under whatsoever name or title, even though 121 24,2 | special rescript or privilege whatsoever, even at the appointed times; 122 24,2 | shall they, nor any Chapters whatsoever, grant dimissory letters; 123 24,2 | or for any other persons whatsoever, howsoever exempted, being 124 24,2 | any colleges, or Chapters whatsoever, even those of cathedral 125 24,2 | but from any other persons whatsoever, who, during the vacancy 126 24,2 | the bishop; all privileges whatsoever in this regard being completely 127 24,2 | any privileges and indults whatsoever, to whomsoever granted, 128 24,2 | any privileges, and custom whatsoever, though immemorial, to the 129 24,2 | they shall carefully foster whatsoever appears to tend to preserve 130 24,2 | chapter, and of all dignities whatsoever, personates, offices, prebends, 131 24,2 | abbies, and priories, of whatsoever order, even though Regular, 132 24,2 | even though Regular, or of whatsoever quality, or condition they 133 24,2 | contingit; and of all benefices whatsoever, even those belonging to 134 24,2 | ecclesiastical revenues and proceeds whatsoever, even those of other colleges;- 135 24,2 | of simple benefices, of whatsoever quality and dignity they 136 24,2 | notwithstanding any constitution whatsoever to the contrary. ~The bishop 137 24,2 | but also on account of whatsoever pensions they may happen 138 24,2 | all privileges and customs whatsoever, even though immemorial, 139 25,3 | espousals shall be, for whatsoever cause, not valid; but, when 140 25,3 | unmarried or married, of whatsoever state, dignity, and condition 141 25,3 | Synod enjoins on all, of whatsoever grade, dignity, and condition 142 25,4 | attestations, and proofs of whatsoever kind, and by whomsoever 143 25,4 | the pretext of any custom whatsoever, to repair against their 144 25,4 | and cause to be observed, whatsoever shall be therein ordained. 145 25,4 | exemptions and privileges whatsoever notwithstanding. ~But the 146 25,4 | or under any other name whatsoever, receive anything, be it 147 25,4 | it money, or present, of whatsoever kind, or in whatsoever way 148 25,4 | of whatsoever kind, or in whatsoever way offered; any custom, 149 25,4 | city, or in any other part whatsoever of the diocese wherein they 150 25,4 | penance, all delinquents whatsoever their subjects, in all cases 151 25,4 | their subjects, in all cases whatsoever that are secret, even though 152 25,4 | any privileges and customs whatsoever, even though immemorial, 153 25,4 | or under any other title whatsoever; nothing is to be understood 154 25,4 | promoted to any dignities whatsoever, to which the cure of souls 155 25,4 | promoted to any benefices whatsoever having cure of souls, shall, 156 25,4 | manner of statute or custom whatsoever, for those who possess, 157 25,4 | any statutes, or customs, whatsoever, to the contrary notwithstanding. 158 25,4 | and of the parish. ~But in whatsoever unions may have to be made, 159 25,4 | present; notwithstanding whatsoever form of words may have been 160 25,4 | constitutions and privileges whatsoever, or any reservation whether 161 25,4 | any manner of provision whatsoever, not even by virtue of any 162 25,4 | of any other their charge whatsoever; and shall have power to 163 25,4 | in regard of all persons whatsoever, by whatsoever title distinguished, 164 25,4 | all persons whatsoever, by whatsoever title distinguished, even 165 25,4 | also to all other benefices whatsoever, whether Secular or Regular, 166 25,4 | those held in commendam, of whatsoever title and quality they may 167 25,4 | dispensations and unions for life whatsoever to the contrary notwithstanding,- 168 25,4 | or in any other manner whatsoever, though it may be alleged 169 25,4 | possessed of in any manner whatsoever, even before this act; and 170 25,4 | granted to any university whatsoever, even for a certain sum, 171 25,4 | and any other impediments whatsoever, in opposition to this decree, 172 25,4 | senates, or to any individuals whatsoever, even though under the name 173 25,4 | reservations, nor any other graces whatsoever in regard of future vacancies 174 25,4 | received by any superior judges whatsoever; nor shall any commission, 175 25,4 | moment, a suit pending, in whatsoever stage of the proceedings 176 25,4 | by virtue of any powers whatsoever, to impede bishops in the 177 25,4 | thereof, and any other customs whatsoever to the contrary. ~CHAPTER 178 26,1 | of the church; and that whatsoever is due on their behalf, 179 26,3 | shall faithfully observe whatsoever belongs to the perfection 180 26,3 | other person, or place, whatsoever, without permission from 181 26,3 | without regarding any appeal whatsoever, the disobedient and gainsayers, 182 26,3 | any indults and privileges whatsoever notwithstanding. ~And it 183 26,3 | be lawful for any one, of whatsoever birth, or condition, sex, 184 26,3 | or any other titularies whatsoever, for the purposes of an 185 26,3 | incapable of holding any offices whatsoever in that order; and any faculties 186 26,3 | Abbesses, or Superioresses by whatsoever other name; no one shall 187 26,3 | abbess, or prioress,--or by whatsoever other name she who is appointed 188 26,3 | thereof; and to observe whatsoever things have been decreed 189 26,3 | Peter, or of St. John, or by whatsoever other name they may be designated, 190 26,3 | any privilege or indult whatsoever notwithstanding. ~CHAPTER 191 26,3 | And all exempted persons whatsoever, as well Secular as Regular 192 26,3 | entail any other effects whatsoever. ~CHAPTER XVI. ~Any renunciation 193 26,3 | favour of any pious object whatsoever, shall be valid, unless 194 26,3 | Seculars or Regulars, or with whatsoever dignity invested, who shall, 195 26,3 | widow, or any other woman whatsoever,--except in the cases provided 196 26,3 | but also in all others whatsoever. From the above, however, 197 26,3 | all monks and religious whatsoever, as also of all religious 198 26,3 | may be designated, under whatsoever rule or constitutions they 199 26,3 | dependence on, any order whatsoever, whether of mendicants, 200 26,3 | Regular monks, or canons of whatsoever kind : any privileges whatsoever 201 26,3 | whatsoever kind : any privileges whatsoever of all and each of the above-named, 202 26,3 | of the above-named, under whatsoever form of words expressed, 203 26,3 | constitutions and rules whatsoever, even though sworn to, and 204 26,3 | customs, or prescriptions whatsoever, even though immemorial, 205 26,4 | ecclesiastical judges, of whatsoever dignity they may be, that, 206 26,4 | proceed against all persons whatsoever, even laymen, and to terminate 207 26,4 | ordain, in regard hereof, whatsoever in their consciences they 208 26,4 | in any other arrangement whatsoever in regard of the said benefices. 209 26,4 | concordates, or by any other right whatsoever, have a power, authority, 210 26,4 | ecclesiastical benefices, whatsoever carries with it the appearance 211 26,4 | ecclesiastical benefice of whatsoever quality, shall, even though 212 26,4 | ecclesiastical benefices whatsoever, and even in cathedral churches, 213 26,4 | ecclesiastical benefices whatsoever. But if at any time the 214 26,4 | or under any other title whatsoever, or have even united to 215 26,4 | the persons aforesaid, of whatsoever order, and religious body, 216 26,4 | or any other benefices whatsoever, in a cathedral or col-legiate 217 26,4 | virtue of any other right whatsoever, to nominate, elect, present 218 26,4 | patrons of benefices, of whatsoever order and dignity they may 219 26,4 | universities, or any colleges whatsoever whether of clerics or laymen, 220 26,4 | revenues of any benefices whatsoever, even though those benefices 221 26,4 | or under any other title whatsoever: if they act otherwise, 222 26,4 | benefices of any other kind whatsoever, even such as are simple, 223 26,4 | the instance of any person whatsoever, by whatsoever authority, 224 26,4 | any person whatsoever, by whatsoever authority, be it even apostolic, 225 26,4 | persons. ~In like manner also whatsoever rights of patronage,-over 226 26,4 | and any other benefices of whatsoever kind, even dignities which 227 26,4 | restored to the patrons whatsoever they may have given on this 228 26,4 | Pontiff, any delegations whatsoever of other judges, made to 229 26,4 | Ordinaries and all other judges whatsoever to endeavour to terminate 230 26,4 | any indult or privelege whatsoever notwithstanding; nor shall 231 26,4 | Synod enjoins on all, of whatsoever rank and condition they 232 26,4 | cathedral church, or to whatsoever other churches, or persons, 233 26,4 | holy Synod ordains, that in whatsoever places, forty years ago, 234 26,4 | subsequently, by virtue of whatsoever privilege, been granted 235 26,4 | mare magnum, or any others whatsoever, to the contrary notwithstanding. ~ 236 26,4 | Synod forbids all clerics whatsoever to dare to keep concubines, 237 26,4 | proceeds of all their benefices whatsoever, and pensions; which third 238 26,4 | offices, and pensions of whatsoever kind, and be rendered thenceforth 239 26,4 | ecclesiastical benefice, any benefice whatsoever, even though a different 240 26,4 | this kind, or of any other whatsoever made fraudulently, be of 241 26,4 | ecclesiastical benefices, by whatsoever name they may be called, 242 26,4 | notwithstanding any graces whatsoever which have not obtained 243 26,4 | vicar, or rector, or in whatsoever way either of the above 244 26,4 | princes, as all persons whatsoever, to pay them paternal honour 245 26,4 | counts, and temporal lords by whatsoever other name entitled, who 246 26,4 | princes, and all and each of whatsoever state and dignity they be, 247 26,4 | religiously should they respect whatsoever is of ecclesiastical right, 248 26,4 | the things which, under whatsoever clauses and words, have 249 26,9 | holy Synod; It enjoins that whatsoever has been by them done shall 250 26,10| procession, or in any other acts whatsoever, no prejudice has been created 251 27 | and all other prelates whatsoever of the churches, of what 252 27 | as well ecclesiastics, of whatsoever order, condition, and rank 253 27 | be, as also laymen, with whatsoever honor and power invested ; 254 27 | any kind of interpretation whatsoever of the decrees of the said 255 27 | thereof, under any plea whatsoever, even under pretext of greater 256 27 | or under any other colour whatsoever. But if anything therein 257 27 | suitable; declaring that whatsoever may be attempted to the


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