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" We got introduced to him, to find out whether they would take us in on any terms to which we could twist our consciences, and we found to our dismay that not one step could be gained without swallowing the Council of Trent as a whole. "
A History of the Venerable English College, Rome: An Account of Its Origins ... - Pāgina 240
per Francis Aidan Gasquet - 1920 - 291 pāgines
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Remains of the Late Reverend Richard Hurrell Froude, Part 1,Volum 1

Richard Hurrell Froude - 1838
...our relations to the Church of Rome. We got introduced to him to find out whether they would take us1 in on any terms to which we could twist our consciences, and we found to our dismay 1 [All this must not be taken literally, being a jesting way of stating to a friend what really was...
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The Christian's monthly magazine and universal review, Volum 1

1844
...of our relations to the Church of Rome. We got introduced to him, to find out rhtther they Ącould take us* in on any terms to which we could twist our...and we found, to our dismay, that not one step could he gained without swallowing the Council of Trent as a whole."f This is, at least, curious. Rome herself...
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Christ and Christendom: The Boyle Lectures for the Year 1866

Edward Hayes Plumptre - 1867 - 378 pāgines
...teachers of the Oxford school. "We got introduced," says Mr. KH Froude, in 1833, " to Mousignor — ; to find out whether they would take us in on any terms to which we could trust our conscience, and we found to our dismay that not one step could be gained without swallowing...
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A Narrative of Events Connected with the Publication of the Tracts for the ...

William Palmer - 1883 - 293 pāgines
...acquisition [at Rome] is having become acquainted with a man of some influence at Rome, Mon signer [Wiseman], the head of the [English] college, who...without swallowing the Council of Trent as a whole." Mr. Newman, in editing this passage in " Froude's Remains," represents it as merely "a jesting way...
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The Secret History of the Oxford Movement

Walter Walsh - 1899 - 424 pāgines
...introduced to him," wrote Froude, " to find out whether they would take us in [ie, to the Church of Rome] on any terms to which we could twist our consciences,...gained without swallowing the Council of Trent as a whole."7 While on this journey Newman fell seriously ill with a fever. On his recovery he decided to...
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The Secret History of the Oxford Movement

Walter Walsh - 1899 - 310 pāgines
...introduced to him," wrote Froude, " to find out whether they would take us in [ie, to the Church of Rome] on any terms to which we could twist our consciences,...without swallowing the Council of Trent as a whole." 7 While on this journey Newman fell seriously ill with a fever. On his recovery he decided to return...
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The Secret History of the Oxford Movement

Walter Walsh - 1899 - 424 pāgines
...introduced to him," wrote Froude, " to find out whether they would take us in [ie, to the Church of Rome] on any terms to which we could twist our consciences,...gained without swallowing the Council of Trent as a whole."7 While on this journey Newman fell seriously ill with a fever. On his recovery he decided to...
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Hurrell Froude: memoranda and comments

Louise Imogen Guiney - 1904 - 439 pāgines
...my hand on as an acquisition [at Rome] is having become acquainted with a man of some influence at Rome, Monsignor [Wiseman], the head of the [English]...without swallowing the Council of Trent as a whole." Mr.. Newman, in editing this passage, in Froude's Remains, represents it as merely " a jesting way...
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Church and State in England & Wales, 1829-1906

Michael John Fitzgerald McCarthy - 1906 - 672 pāgines
...1833, we find them in Rome, interviewing Nicholas Wiseman. " We got introduced to him," says Froude,1 " to find out whether they would take us in on any terms...without swallowing the Council of Trent as a whole." It was Froude who brought Newman and Keble together, and he compared himself on that account to " the...
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A Short History of the Oxford Movement

Sidney Leslie Ollard - 1915 - 283 pāgines
...his companion had had an introduction to a Roman Monsignor. " We got introduced to him," he says, " to find out whether they would take us in on any terms...twist our consciences, and we found to our dismay that 1 Remains oj the late Rev. Richard Hurrell Froutle, MA (London, 1838), i. 336. 2 Ibid., p. 389. 3 Ibid.,...
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