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Council of Trent

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privileges

   Document,  Part
1 6,2| though absent, all the privileges accorded by common law, 2 6,2| persons can extort any such privileges, except by suppressing the 3 6,2| Contraveners shall, any privileges notwithstanding, be wholly 4 7,2| one shall any perpetual privileges, or indults, in favour of 5 8,1| due to them: no appeals, privileges, or exemptions whatsoever, 6 8,1| specific property; no appeals, privileges, exemptions, even with a 7 8,1| due to them;-all appeals, privileges, customs, even those that 8 8,1| to pay what they owe; no privileges, exemptions, commissions 9 22,2| any appeals whatsoever, privileges, customs, even with a prescription 10 22,2| setting aside, all appeals, privileges, and exemptions whatsoever. ~ 11 22,2| office; notwithstanding any privileges granted to any churches, 12 23,3| pleasure they may appoint; any privileges, exemptions, appeals, and 13 23,4| Ordinary: all customs and privileges to the contrary being set 14 24,2| part, restored to him; any privileges whatsoever, granted to any 15 24,2| examination by the bishop; all privileges whatsoever in this regard 16 24,2| even upon Regulars; any privileges and indults whatsoever, 17 24,2| granted gratuitously; any privileges, and custom whatsoever, 18 24,2| above-mentioned premises, any privileges, exemptions-even such as 19 24,2| shall be null and void: all privileges and customs whatsoever, 20 25,4| respects, their exemption and privileges shall remain whole and entire. ~ 21 25,4| and any exemptions and privileges whatsoever notwithstanding. ~ 22 25,4| ecclesiastical censures; any privileges and customs notwithstanding. 23 25,4| provincial Council;-any privileges and customs whatsoever, 24 25,4| Honorary titles, or particular privileges, shall not derogate in any 25 25,4| bishops. ~Forasmuch as the privileges and exemptions which, under 26 25,4| understood as being, by these privileges, taken away from the Ordinaries, 27 25,4| persons, unto whom those privileges have already been granted, 28 25,4| certified: notwithstanding any privileges what soever, even those 29 25,4| orders. But, as regards those privileges which by virtue of the constitution 30 25,4| household of cardinals, such privileges shall in no wise be understood 31 25,4| no parish churches: any privileges aind customs, even though 32 25,4| church; any constitutions and privileges whatsoever, or any reservation 33 25,4| any exemptions, indults, privileges, preventions, appropriations, 34 25,4| the aforesaid matters, any privileges, indults, covenants, which 35 26,3| bishop; any indults and privileges whatsoever notwithstanding. ~ 36 26,3| In all other things the privileges and faculties of the above-named 37 26,3| of whatsoever kind : any privileges whatsoever of all and each 38 26,4| the things aforesaid, any privileges accruing even from any foundation; 39 26,4| however, in all things those privileges which have been granted 40 26,4| virtue of constitutions, privileges, customs, concordates, or 41 26,4| to the contrary, or any privileges, or indults of whatever 42 26,4| as also all faculties and privileges, whether granted so as to 43 26,4| hindered by the faculties, or privileges of any individual in regard 44 26,4| given on this score; any privileges, constitutions, and customs, 45 26,4| church; all grants, graces, privileges, even those called mare


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