Report from the Select Committee Appainted to Report the Nature and Substance of the Laws and Ordinances Existing in Foreign States Respecting the Reg

Report from the Select Committee Appainted to Report the Nature and Substance of the Laws and Ordinances Existing in Foreign States Respecting the Reg

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1816 edition. Excerpt: ...sur les lieux par les juges qui ont droit d'en connaitre, excepte les causes enaseures qui sont denominees dans le droit; et pour les appellations de celles qui sont soumises au S. Siege, il est dit que les commettra des juges sur les lieux, jusqu' a la fin du proce. Les 6e, 7e, 8, 9e, et 10 titres, qui traitent des paisibles, des concubinaires et des excommunies, & sont conformes a cequi etoit c;-devant consacre par la pragmatique. Le onzieme titre a pour objet l'abolition de la Clementine Litteris. Le 12e et dernier est fait peur assurer l'irrevocabilite du Concordat. Francois premier ne se dissimulait point les avantages que ce traite au Pape, aux depens de clerge de se France, et de prerogatives de sa cou Annatts, revenu d'une annee d'un benefice vacant, que l'on payait en ceux de Rome. t Ce qui fit dire dans le te m, que le Pape et le Roi se donnerent reciproquement ce qui ne leur appertenait pas. Pragmatic Sanction, established under Appendix Charles VIL at Bourges in 1438. No. VIII.' The states assembled at Bourges by order (M.) of Charles VIL had re-established the elec-KINGDOM tions for ecclesiastical benefices; deprived OF FRANCE. the Pope of the annates, and had decided' -' that general councils had power to depose the Popes. This is what is called the Pragmatic Sanction. Since the time of Charles VII. all the Popes had solicited the revocation thereof. Louis XI. had even consented to it; but the letters patent of revocation were never confirmed in the parliaments; and the clergy and the universities strongly petitioned against the said revocation. Charles VIII. and Louis XII. enforced the Pragmatic Sanction, which occasioned long...show more

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  • Paperback | 468 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 24mm | 830g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236530519
  • 9781236530516