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" After the vehemence with which the recognition of the « customs" was urged, and the im- £onst importance which has been attached to them by mo- clarendon, dern writers, the reader will naturally expect some account of the constitutions of Clarendon.... "
A History of England, from the First Invasion by the Romans - Strona 173
autor: John Lingard - 1827
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Europe During the Middle Ages ...

Samuel Astley Dunham - 1854
...They consist of sixteen articles, and are known in history as the Constitutions of Clarendon. By one, the custody of every vacant archbishopric, bishopric, abbey, and priory of royal foundation, and the revenues during the vacancy, were confirmed to the crown. Henry's own conduct shows the tenacity...
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A history of England from the first invasion by the Romans (to the ...

John Lingard - 1837
...recognition of the " customs" was urged, and the importance which has been attached to them by modern writers, the reader will naturally expect some account...It was enacted that " the custody of every vacant arch" bishopric, bishopric, abbey and priory of royal founda" tion, ought to be given, and its revenues...
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The history of France, tr. by W.K. Kelly, Tom 1

Jules Michelet - 1844
...to demand. The following are the chief points stipulated for by the customs of Clarendon (1164): — The custody of every vacant archbishopric, bishopric, abbey, and priory of royal foundation, was to be given, and its revenues paid, to the king. The election of a new member was to be made in...
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shilling magazine vol. ii

douglas jerrold's - 1845
...bishop might in that case compel the accused person by ecclesiastical censures. They enacted, finally, that the custody of every vacant archbishopric, bishopric, abbey, and priory, of royal foundation, should be given with its revenues to the king ; and that the election of a new incumbent was to be...
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Douglas Jerrold's Shilling Magazine, Tom 3

1845
...bishop might in that case compel the accused person by ecclesiastical censures. They enacted, finally, that the custody of every vacant archbishopric, bishopric, abbey, and priory, of royal foundation, should be given with its revenues to the king ; and that the election of a new incumbent was to be...
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History of France, Tom 1

Jules Michelet - 1847
...The following are the principal points stipulated by the constitutions of Clarendon (AD 1104) : — " The custody of every vacant archbishopric, bishopric, abbey, and priory of royal foiui.biion, shall bo given, and its revenues pul, to the king; and the election of a new incumbent...
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History of France from the Earliest Period to the Present Time, Tom 1

Jules Michelet - 1851 - Liczba stron: 482
...following are the principal points stipulated by the constitutions of Clarendon (AD 1 164) : — " The custody of every vacant archbishopric, bishopric, abbey, and priory of royal foundation, shall be given, and its revenues paid, to the king ; and the election of a new incumbent shall be made...
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A HISTORY OF ENGLAND, FROM THE FIRST INVASION BY THE ROMANS TO THE ACCESSION ...

JOHN LINGARD, D.D. - 1853
...recognition of the " customs" was urged, and the importance which lias been attached to them by modern writers, the reader will naturally expect some account...I. It was enacted that "the custody of every vacant arch" bishopric, bishopric, abbey and priory of royal founda" tion, ought to be given, and its revenues...
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A history of England from the first invasion by the Romans (to the ...

John Lingard - 1854
...letter attributed to Foliot. See Appendix, (B), at the end. AD 1164.] CONSTITUTIONS OF CLAEENDON. fj writers, the reader will naturally expect some account...royal foundation, ought to be given, and its revenues during the occupancy, be paid to the king ; and that the election of a new incumbent ought to be made...
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A History of England, Tom 2

John Lingard - 1860
...recognition of the " customs" was urged, and the importance which has been attached to them -by modern writers, the reader will naturally expect some account...I. It was enacted that "the custody of every vacant arch" bishopric, bishopric, abbey and priory of royal founda" tion, ought to be given, and its revenues...
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