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" It must be remembered that the Reformation under Henry VIII. opened an entirely new scene in ecclesiastical matters ; the usurped power of the Pope being now for ever routed and destroyed, all his connexions with this island were cut off, the Crown was... "
Observations on the Civil Disqualifications of Papists - Page 12
by Magistrate of the county of Montgomery - 1813 - 37 pages
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 92, Part 2

Early English newspapers - 1822
...VIII. opened an entirely new scene in ecclesiastical matters ; the usurped power of the Pope being now for ever routed and destroyed, all his connexions...restored to its supremacy over spiritual men and causes, and the patronage of Bishoprics, became once more indisputably vested in the King. (Bl. Com. IV. 430.)...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 92

Edward Cave, John Nichols - Literature - 1822
...VIII. opened an entirely new scene in ecclesiastical matters; the usurped power of the Pope being now for ever routed and destroyed, all his connexions...this island were cut off, the Crown was restored to ils supremacy over spiritual men and causes, and the patronage of Bishoprics, became once more indisputably...
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Three Essays on the Maintenance of the Church of England as an Established ...

Charles Hole, Richard Watson Dixon, Julius Lloyd - Church and state - 1874 - 581 pages
...ecclesiastical jurisdiction, though usurped, was now restored to the Crown." Blackstone writes that " the Crown was restored to its supremacy over spiritual men and causes," and that the Statute of Appeals " was but declaratory of the ancient law of the realm." Dr. Manning,...
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Romanism weighed in the balance of the Scriptures and fathers, and found wanting

William Preston (incumbent of Holy Trinity, Runcorn.) - 1875 - 315 pages
...heretofore regarded. There was nothing novel in all this, and so much lllackstone affirms, for he says, " The Crown was restored to its supremacy over spiritual men and causes." The Act was but the reaffirmation of law that had grown into disuse, and the title but the expression...
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