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" University must not be omitted. They told the Pope, that " Chichele stood in the sanctuary " of God as a firm wall that heresy could not shake, " nor simony undermine; and that he was the darling " of the people, and the foster parent of the clergy. "
A history of the colleges, halls, and public buildings attached to the ... - Page 162
by Alexander Chalmers - 1810
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The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ..., Volume 9

Alexander Chalmers - Biography - 1813
...character from the imputations thrown upon it by the agents of the pope, that of the university of Oxford must not be omitted. They told the pope, that " Chichele...remonstrances, however, were unsatisfactory to the' proud antl restless spirit of Martin V. but after he had for some time kept the terrors of an interdict hanging...
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Memorials of Oxford, Volume 1

James Ingram - Architecture - 1837
...stood in the sanctuary of God as a firm wall, which neither heresy could shake, nor simony undermine ; that he was the darling of the people, and the foster parent of the clergyd.' He was indeed, in more respects than one, a benefactor to the university. In addition to...
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Memorials of Oxford, Volume 1

James Ingram - Architecture - 1837 - 99 pages
...stood in the sanctuary of God as a firm wall, which neither heresy could shake, nor simony undermine ; that he was the darling of the people, and the foster parent of the clergy d.' He was indeed, in more respects than one, a benefactor to the university. In addition to the endowment...
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Memorials of the Colleges and Halls in the University of Oxford, Volume 1

James Ingram - Universities and colleges - 1847
...stood in the sanctuary of God as a firm wall, which neither heresy could shake, nor simony undermine ; that he was the darling of the people, and the foster parent of the clergy d .' He was indeed, in more respects than one, a benefactor to the university. In addition to the endowment...
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A new general biographical dictionary, projected and partly ..., Volume 6

New general biographical dictionary - 1848
...imputations thrown upon it by the agents of the pope, that of the university of Oxford is the most signal. They told the pope, that " Chichele stood in the sanctuary...the people, and the foster parent of the clergy." However, the death of that arrogant and restless pontiff, Martin V., soon relieved the archbishop from...
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A new general biographical dictionary, Volume 6

Hugh James Rose, Thomas Wright, Henry John Rose - Biography - 1853
...imputations thrown upon it by the agents of the pope, that of the university of Oxford is the most signal. They told the pope, that " Chichele stood in the sanctuary...the people, and the foster parent of the clergy." However, the death of that arrogant and restless pontiff, Martin V., soon relieved the archbishop from...
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