A General History of Ireland: From the Earliest Accounts to the Death of King William III, Volumen 1

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Página 364 - I am his foe. I have more mind to conquer than to govern, to meet him in the field, than to serve him in office.
Página 227 - ... his own territories as well and as peaceably, as he had held them before the coming of Henry into Ireland. He was likewife to have under his rule and dominion all the reft of the ifland, and the inhabitants thereof, {but with fome exceptions, which are afterwards fpecified in the treaty.) and to exercife...
Página 394 - Whereas our gracious father, King Henry the Eighth, of happy memory, taking into consideration the bondage and heavy yoke that his true and faithful subjects sustained under the jurisdiction of the bishops of Rome, as also the ignorance the commonalty were in, how several fabulous stories and lying wonders misled our subjects in both our realms of England and Ireland, grasping...
Página 211 - Peter and, to the church of Rome. If therefore you do mind to bring your godly purpose to effect, endeavour to travail to reform the people to some better order and trade of life, and that also by yourself and by such others as you shall think meet, true and honest in their life, manners, and conversation, to the end the church of God may be beautified, the true Christian religion...
Página 30 - ... the world by his relation, either by perverting matters of fact, and representing them in improper colours, or by fancies and inventions of his own, was solemnly degraded from the honour of sitting in that assembly, and was dismissed with a mark of infamy upon him; his works likewise were destroyed, as unworthy of credit, and were not to be admitted into the archives, or received among the records of the kingdom. Nor was this expulsion the whole of his punishment, for he was liable to a fine,...
Página 395 - No your grace is mistaken, for we have too many illiterate priests amongst us •already, who neither can pronounce the Latin, nor know what it means, no more than the common people that hear them ; but, when the people hear the liturgy in English, they and the priest will then understand what they pray for.
Página 277 - so much as our mutual complaints stand upon, the one his yea, and the other his nay, and that you would be taken for a champion, and I am known to be no coward, let us, in God's name, leave...
Página 377 - Peter, of the holy apostles, archangels, angels, saints, and of all the holy host of heaven, shall and will be always obedient to the holy see of St Peter of Rome, and to my holy lord the pope of Rome and his successors, in all things as well spiritual as temporal...
Página 395 - ... churches within his dominions, for his faithful subjects to increase their knowledge of God, and of our Saviour Jesus Christ. We, therefore, for the general benefit of our well-beloved subjects...
Página 396 - This order, good brethren, is from our gracious king, and from the rest of our brethren, the fathers and clergy of England, who have consulted herein, and compared the Holy Scriptures with what they have done ; unto whom I submit, as Jesus did to Caesar, in all things just and lawful, making no questions why or wherefore, as we own him our true and lawful king.

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