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" Let your fatuity know, that in temporals we are subordinate to none. The collation to vacant benefices and prebends belongs to us by royal right ; the fruits are ours. We will maintain all collations made and to be made by us, and their possessors. "
The Jewish Spy: Letters 161-200 - Strona 177
autor: Jean-Baptiste de Boyer Argens (marquis d') - 1765
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An Ecclesiastical History: From the Birth of Christ, to the Present ..., Tom 1

Jean-Henri-Samuel Formey - 1766
...rights and liberties of the kingdom. Philip anfwered Boniface in a ftyle equally fharp and laconic, " Philip, by the Grace of God, king of France, to " Boniface, who pretends to be the fovereign Pontiff, " little or no health. We would have your royal " foolifhnefs...
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A New Universal History of the Religious Rites, Ceremonies, and Customs of ...

William Hurd - 1799 - Liczba stron: 930
...this bull, by the hands of the common hangman, rind sent the following laconic letter to the pope, "Philip, by the grace of God, king of France, to Boniface, who sets up for sovereign pontiff, little or no health. Be it known to your extravagance, that we are not...
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An Ecclesiastical History of Great Britain: Chiefly of England, from ..., Tom 2

Jeremy Collier - 1852
...states, the king sent the pope a short answer, in contradiction to his abridged bull. It runs thus : " Philip, by the grace of God, king of France, to Boniface, who styles himself supreme bishop, little or no greeting. Your great extravagance may please to know, that...
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History of Latin Christianity: Including that of the Popes to the ...

Henry Hart Milman - 1855
...with its ostentation not only of discourteous but of vulgar contempt, obtained the same publicity. " Philip, by the grace of God King of France, to Boniface, who assumes to be the Chief Pontiffj little or no greeting.>1 Let your fatuity know, that in temporals...
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History of Latin Christianity: Including that of the Popes to the ...

Henry Hart Milman - 1855
...with its ostentation not only of discourteous but of vulgar contempt, obtained the same publicity. " Philip, by the grace of God King of France, to Boniface, who assumes to be the Chief Pontiff, little or no greeting.*1 Let your fatuity know, that in temporals...
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The Christian Examiner, Tom 72

1862
...who hold otherwise we reckon heretics." The king's answer, of undoubted genuineness, runs thus : " Philip, by the grace of God King of France, to Boniface who assumes to be Chief Pontiff, greeting liitlc or none. Let your fblly know that in temporals we are...
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The British Quarterly Review, Tomy 61-62

Henry Allon - 1875
...'Whoever shall otherwise believe and do, the same shall be deemed a heretic.' To this Philip answered — w gives himself out for Pope, little or no greeting ! Know thou, O supreme fool, that in temporal things...
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History of Latin Christianity: Including that of the Popes to the ..., Tom 6

Henry Hart Milman - 1880
...with its ostentation not only of discourteous but of vulgar contempt, obtained the same publicity. " Philip, by the grace of God King of France, to Boniface, who assumes to be the Chief Pontiff, little or no greeting.1 Let your fatuity know, that in temporals we...
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The Spirit of the Papacy

John Shertzer Hittell - 1895 - Liczba stron: 308
...has been questioned without good reason; it provoked the following unquestionably genuine reply: " Philip, by the grace of God king of France, to Boniface, who assumes to be the chief pontiff, little or no greeting. Let your fatuity know that in temporals we...
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The New Christian's magazine, Tom 4

...rights and liberties of the kingdom. Philip anfwered Boniface in a. flyle equally fharp and laconic : " Philip, by the grace of God, king of France, to Boniface, who pretends to be the fovereign pontiff, little or no health. We would have your royal fo6lifhnefs know,...
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