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1 5,2 | comments upon them of all persons indifferently, with the 2 6,2 | bestowed save on competent persons, and those who can themselves 3 6,2 | Lateran), to appoint fit persons to discharge wholesomely 4 6,2 | not likely that unworthy persons can extort any such privileges, 5 7,2 | character of the places and persons; and to no one shall any 6 7,2 | and in regard to those persons only who are subject to 7 8,1 | sometimes, and to some persons; let him be anathema. ~CANON 8 8,1 | souls, shall be conferred on persons worthy and capable, and 9 8,1 | Ordinary of the place, those persons being summoned whose interests 10 8,1 | ecclesiastical interdict; and the persons so ordained, if they have 11 8,1 | with certain exceptions. ~Persons presented, or elected, or 12 8,1 | civil causes of exempted persons which may be taken cognizance 13 8,1 | In the causes of exempted persons, the Constitution of Innocent 14 8,1 | relative to wages, and to persons in distress, clerics, whether 15 14,3 | a like number of) others persons constituted in ecclesiastical 16 14,3 | probable enough, certain persons fraudulently obtain graces, 17 15,1 | God, which sometimes, in persons who are pious and who receive 18 15,1 | as the custom of pious persons demonstrates, yet may they 19 15,5 | part comes to pass, that, persons being ordained who are but 20 15,5 | Moreover, whereas sundry persons, under the plea that divers 21 15,5 | to wages and to destitute persons, the decree of this holy 22 15,5 | actually exercised, and persons belonging to the said universities, 23 15,5 | cause, all ecclesiastical persons, howsoever exempted, who 24 15,5 | forasmuch as there are sundry persons,--some of whom even are 25 15,5 | of that order only, or on persons who shall be absolutely 26 16,2 | commonalty, and to all other persons whatsoever, of what state, 27 16,2 | ecclesiastical and Secular persons,- especially those of the 28 16,2 | or to the honour also and persons of their attendants respectively,-- 29 16,2 | wills and grants,- that the persons discovered in any such crime 30 16,2 | in any way set aside, the persons discovered in any such crime 31 16,2 | ecclesiastical and Secular persons, of whatsoever state and 32 19,1 | to the knowledge of all persons whatsoever, as by this present 33 19,3 | commonalty, and to all other persons whatsoever, of what state, 34 19,3 | ecclesiastical and secular persons, especially those of the 35 19,3 | or to the honour also and persons of their attendants respectively,-- 36 19,3 | wills and grants, that the persons discovered in any such crime 37 19,3 | in any way set aside, the persons discovered in any such Crime 38 19,3 | ecclesiastical and secular persons, of whatsoever state and 39 22,2 | distributions is prescribed; the persons to whom they shall be due: 40 22,2 | pious places, or to any persons of whatsoever degree, estate, 41 23,1 | and maintained by divers persons, in opposition to this ancient 42 23,4 | And all the above-named persons, from whom the information, 43 23,4 | pious dispositions of all persons; shall visit all manner 44 23,4 | means of any supposititious persons, whether lay, or clerical, 45 24,2 | and of other distressed persons, and to apply themselves 46 24,2 | decrees, declares, that all persons who are--under whatsoever 47 24,2 | diligently inform himself, from persons worthy of credit, of the 48 24,2 | ordained are to be examined by persons versed in divine and human 49 24,2 | priests and other prudent persons, well skilled in the divine 50 24,2 | abbots, or for any other persons whatsoever, howsoever exempted, 51 24,2 | abbots, and other exempted persons, or any colleges, or Chapters 52 24,2 | ordination of all these persons shall appertain to the bishops 53 24,2 | Chapter, but from any other persons whatsoever, who, during 54 24,2 | good testimonial, and be persons who not only have served 55 24,2 | law, or on other competent persons, and such as can personally 56 25,3 | consequently, that those persons are justly to be condemned, 57 25,3 | register the names of the persons married, and of the witnesses, 58 25,3 | concern, what person or persons they have chosen to receive 59 25,3 | relationship between other persons being utterly set aside. ~ 60 25,3 | caution. ~There are many persons who are vagrants, having 61 25,3 | magistrates to punish such persons severely. But It commands 62 25,3 | at the marriages of such persons, unless they have first 63 25,4 | and seeing that they be persons whom they know to have been 64 25,4 | scrutiny, as regards the persons to be promoted, shall have 65 25,4 | whole matter and of the persons, may, for the advantage 66 25,4 | examination or scrutiny, suitable persons. And all the scrutinies, 67 25,4 | thereto, he has found the persons to be promoted, endowed 68 25,4 | Christendom, as he shall find persons suitable. ~Finally, the 69 25,4 | himself, to wit as cardinals, persons the most select only, and 70 25,4 | admonished to treat all persons with fatherly love and Christian 71 25,4 | provincial Council only, or by persons deputed thereunto by the 72 25,4 | are granted to very many persons, are clearly seen to raise, 73 25,4 | compulsory causes, that certain persons be distinguished by the 74 25,4 | so as to prevent those persons, unto whom those privileges 75 25,4 | begins Cum capella: those persons, however, being excepted, 76 25,4 | CHAPTER XII. ~What manner of persons those ought to be who are 77 25,4 | of the place, and of the persons, it shall be lawful for 78 25,4 | observed in regard of all persons whatsoever, by whatsoever 79 25,4 | conferred on other competent persons; nor shall they who previously 80 25,4 | or other ecclesiastical persons, until the bishop has been 81 26,3 | property: the number of persons therein to be determined 82 26,3 | way, and what manner of, persons are to be chosen as Abbesses, 83 26,3 | those which are governed, by persons deputed in general Chapters, 84 26,3 | of souls of other Secular persons besides those who belong 85 26,3 | jurisdiction over the places, or persons above-named. ~CHAPTER XII. ~ 86 26,3 | be kept by all exempted persons, even though Regulars. ~ 87 26,3 | about precedency. Exempted persons, not living in the more 88 26,3 | notwithstanding. And all exempted persons whatsoever, as well Secular 89 26,3 | anathema all and singular those persons, of what quality or condition 90 26,3 | above-named orders, as regards the persons, places, and rights thereof, 91 26,3 | shall, by deputing certain persons belonging to the same order, 92 26,4 | to proceed against all persons whatsoever, even laymen, 93 26,4 | of various legacies from persons deceased, that it is not 94 26,4 | of the crime and of the persons. Moreover, there shall everywhere 95 26,4 | general studies, or to the persons who belong thereunto. But 96 26,4 | as regards all manner of persons soever, even though distinguished 97 26,4 | of pilgrims, or of infirm persons, or of others; and in the 98 26,4 | situated, there are no such persons, or very few, to be found, 99 26,4 | if all and singular the persons aforesaid, of whatsoever 100 26,4 | this may belong. And the persons aforesaid shall, this notwithstanding, 101 26,4 | directs. But as regards those persons, or communities, or universities, 102 26,4 | the bishop to reject the persons whom the patrons have presented, 103 26,4 | be conferred upon other persons. ~In like manner also whatsoever 104 26,4 | places, a knowledge of the persons to whom causes are committed 105 26,4 | shall be designated certain persons who have the qualifications 106 26,4 | least four, or even more, persons approved of and qualified 107 26,4 | whatsoever other churches, or persons, they are lawfully due. 108 26,4 | as well princes, as all persons whatsoever, to pay them 109 26,4 | discrimination in regard of persons and circumstances, is nothing 110 26,4 | direct lords. ~As to the persons who have fought, and those 111 26,4 | touching ecclesiastical persons, has thought fit, that Secular 112 26,4 | church and of ecclesiastical persons, which, by the ordinance 113 26,4 | favour of ecclesiastical persons, of the liberty of the Church, 114 26,11| have arisen, those ./. persons whom he shall deem it expedient ( 115 27 | grief on the part of all persons of piety, whilst the Church 116 27 | whom were very many other persons of piety, pre-eminent for


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