A Supplicacyon for the Beggers, Volume 13

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Early English Text Society, 1871 - Clergy - 115 pages
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Page 99 - ... it is meet and necessary that private masses be continued and admitted in this the King's English Church and Congregation as whereby good Christian people ordering themselves accordingly do receive both godly and goodly consolations and benefits, and it is agreeable also to God's law; Sixthly, that auricular confession is expedient and necessary to be retained and continued, used and frequented, in the Church of God.
Page 14 - By the permission and ordinance of God we are King of England, and the Kings of England in times past had never any superior, but God only. Therefore know you well that we will maintain the right of our crown, and of our temporal jurisdiction as well in this, as in all other points, in as ample manner as any of our progenitors have done before our time.
Page 6 - They sey also that if there were a purgatory And also if that the pope with his pardons for money may...
Page xi - Where as now London, beyng one of the flowers of the worlde as touchinge worldlye riches, hath so manye, yea innumerable of poore people forced to go from dore to dore, and to syt openly in the stretes a beggynge, and many not able to do for other, but lye in their howses in most grevous paynes, and dye for lacke of ayde of the riche, to the greate shame of the, oh London...
Page 113 - Ihesu, &c., perhaps by Robert of Brunne. To be edited from the Harl. MS. 1701 (ab. 1360 AD), &c., by FJ Furnivall, Esq., MA Lydgate's Life of St Edmund.
Page 99 - ... first, that in the most blessed Sacrament of the altar, by the strength and efficacy of Christ's mighty word, it being spoken by the Priest, is present really, under the form of bread and wine, the natural body and blood of our Saviour Jesus Christ, conceived of the Virgin Mary, and that after the consecration there remaineth no substance of bread and wine, nor any other substance but the substance of Christ, God and man...
Page 99 - Fourthly, that vows of chastity or widowhood by man or woman made to God advisedly ought to be observed by the law of God...
Page 101 - ... roll the eyes, to wag the chaps, to bend the brows, and finally to represent to the eye both the proper motion of each member of the body, and also a lively...

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