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Council of Trent

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letters

   Document,  Part
1 1 | holy a work, we, as our letters and records attest, indicted 2 1 | as described in other letters of ours,--which conditions 3 1 | and, with both of them, by letters, Nuncios, and our Legates 4 1 | conjured by our Nuncios, letters, legates, admonitions, exhortations, 5 1 | the interim we received letters from our legates at Vicenza, 6 1 | prorogation, the decretal letters were given and published 7 1 | parties urged upon us, by letters and their ambassadors, again 8 1 | did so, and despatched our letters touching such suspension 9 3,1| those skilled in sacred letters, that by sedulous meditation 10 8,1| of manners, and skill in letters, agreeably to the constitution 11 8,1| license for ordination, or letters dimissory, or "reverend," 12 8,3| peace, as in divers our letters thereupon is more fully 13 8,3| other penalties named in the letters of Indiction of that Council; 14 8,3| and tenor of the previous letters which have been on other 15 11,2| be signified to us by his letters and ambassadors,-to bring 16 11,2| said predecessor, in his letters of indiction and any others 17 11,2| obstacle, as expressed in his letters aforesaid, which, with all 18 12,1| the form and tenor of the letters of our most holy lord, resumed, 19 15,5| they have no commendatory letters from their own bishops, 20 15,5| express consent of, or without letters demissory from that individual' 21 15,5| examination and commendatory letters, promoted by any authority 22 15,5| to be deputed by means of letters conservatory, to protect 23 15,5| whereas they pervert these letters, in many ways, to an evil 24 15,5| donor;--therefore, these letters conservatory, whatsoever 25 15,5| pretext or colour, these letters may have been granted, shall 26 15,5| jurisdiction. Neither shall these letters conservatory be of any avail 27 15,5| enjoy the benefit of such letters longer than for five years. 28 17,2| reasons expressed in his letters, first of all suspended, 29 22,2| orders, and give dimissory letters and testimonials gratis: 30 22,2| clerical tonsure, nor for letters dimissory, or testimonials, 31 22,2| prescription from time immemorial, letters conservatory, commissions 32 24,2| himself, as soon as possible, letters testimonial containing the 33 24,2| whatsoever, grant dimissory letters; a more grievous penalty 34 24,2| cathedral churches, grant letters dimissory to any Secular 35 24,2| vacancy of the episcopal See, letters dimissory from the Chapter, 36 24,2| who shall obtain the said letters, not from the Chapter, but 37 24,2| they who give dimissory letters, contrary to the form of 38 24,2| orders, and are instructed in letters, and in those things which 39 24,2| stranger, shall, without letters commendatory from his own 40 27 | upon being convoked by our letters, and impelled also by their 41 27 | pre-eminent for skill in sacred letters, and knowledge of divine 42 27 | Council, as even to have, by letters written to our Legates, 43 27 | said Synod, first by the letters of our Legates, then, upon


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