Loci e Libro veritatum: passages selected from Gascoigne's theological dictionary illustrating the condition of church and state, 1403-1458

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Clarendon Press, 1881 - Church and state - 254 pages
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Page xxvii - Be it enacted by the king's highness with the assent of the lords spiritual and temporal and of the commons in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, that...
Page lxv - I care not how many or great sins I commit in God's sight; for I can get with all ease and despatch a plenary remission from any penalty or guilt whatsoever through an absolution and indulgence granted me by the Pope, whose writing and grant I have bought for fourpence or sixpence, or won at a game of ball.
Page 147 - ... doctor, qui haec scripsi et collegi, diversos viros, qui mortui fuerunt ex putrefactione membrorum suorum et corporis sui, quae corruptio et putrefactio causata fuit, ut ipsi dixerunt, per exercitium copulae carnalis cum mulieribus. Magnus enim dux in Anglia, scil. J. de Gaunt, mortuus est ex tali putrefactione membrorum genitalium et corporis sui, causata per frequentationem mulierum. Magnus enim fornicator fuit, ut in toto regno Angliae divulgabatur,
Page 26 - Nunquam enim respondit alicui doctori pro forma sua, ut esset doctor, nee aliquem actum in scolis fecit in Oxonia, postquam incepit in theologia. An postea faciet nescitur a nobis. Per...
Page 59 - Fili hominis, speculatorem dedi te domui Israel: et audies de ore meo verbum, et annuntiabis eis ex me.
Page 154 - He could never forget the shameful things he had heard, and fell on that account into melancholy, by which he was driven to death. " Loci e libro veritatum . . . passages...
Page 91 - superbia" of their enemies, the Assyrians. See ludith 8:16-17: Et ideo humiliemus illi animas nostras, et in spiritu constituti humiliato, servientes illi, dicamus flentes Domino, ut secundum voluntatem suam sic faciat nobiscum misericordiam suam, ut sicut conturbatum est cor nostrum in superbia corum, ita etiam de nostra humilitate gloriemur.
Page 214 - York) dimisit auctoritatem suam ipsa sie regnavit, anno Xti 1456, quod secundum voluntatem ipsius reginae quasi tota negocia regni facta fuerunt per fas vel per nephas.

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