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Catholic Encyclopedia (1913)/The Reformation
various abuses in the lives of the clergy and the people. In the Papal Curia political interests and a worldly life were often prominent. Many bishops
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Catholic Encyclopedia (1913)/Charlemagne
original Frankland), most of Neustria, and all of Aquitaine except the southeast corner. In this way the possessions of the elder brother surrounded the
51 KB (8,708 words) - 03:26, 20 May 2021
The City of the Saints/Chapter 13
the Oregon line. They number about 4500 souls, and are wildest in the southeast parts of their motherland. The Yuta claim the rest of the Territory between
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Catholic Encyclopedia (1913)/Byzantine Empire
Italy were ever under Byzantine control for any length of time. To the southeast, the Coptic and Syriac and, if the name is permitted, the Palestinian
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Translation:Oratio in Milonianum Circeronis
into the Curia and cremated it by means of the benches, platforms, tables, and secretaries' ledgers; on account of this fire both the Curia itself burned
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Notes on the churches in the counties of Kent, Sussex, and Surrey/Sussex/Notes on the Churches R-Y
Lewes Priory, agreed "ut liceat mihi" (nempe Sybillæ) "habere capellam in curia mea de Walderne meis sumptibus per prædictum capellanum deserviendam sine
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History of Norfolk/Volume 4
The Rev. Mr. Jonathan Thornton is now [1744] chaplain. Called anciently Curia Comitatûs, stood in the parish of St. John of Timberhill, on the left hand
1.46 MB (250,157 words) - 15:50, 15 June 2020
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