l. Church of Cumbria or Strathclyde: A.D. 600-1188. British church abroad: I. British church in Armorica: A.D. 387-818. II. See of Breto˝a in Gallicia: A.D. 569-830. Church of Scotland during the Celtic period and until declared independent of the See of York: A.D. 400-1188. 1873

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Arthur West Haddan, William Stubbs
Clarendon Press, 1873 - Great Britain
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Page 214 - ... careat reamque se divino iuditio existere de perpetrata iniquitate cognoscat et a sacratissimo corpore ac sanguine dei et domini redemptoris nostri lesu Christi aliena fiat atque in extremo examine districte ultioni subiaceat.
Page 41 - Nulli ergo omnino [hominum lic]eat hanc paginam [nostre] confirmationis [infringere vel ei] ausu temerario [contraire]. Siquis autem hoc attemptare presumpserit, indignationem omnipotentis Dei et b[eatorum Petri et] Pauli apostolorum eius se noverit incursurum.
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