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" ... supreme head of the church of England, without the addition of the qualifying clause, which had been in the first instance admitted. The summer was spent in administering the oath, in receiving the signatures... "
A history of England from the first invasion by the Romans - Стр. 235
авторы: John Lingard - 1826
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A history of England from the first invasion by the Romans (to the ...

1844
...allegiance to himself and his heirs, according to the limitations in the act ; but from the clergy be required an additional declaration that the bishop...authority from both convocations, and the two universities t. jlov. In autumn the parliament assembled after the proro4. gation, and its first measure was to...
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A History of England from the first invasion by the Romans to the Accession ...

John Lingard - 1854
...pleasure. From the members of parliament, and probably from the laity (it was required from both men and women), he accepted a promise of allegiance to himself...authority from both convocations, and the two universities t. In autumn the parliament assembled after the prorogation, and its first measure was to enact that...
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A history of England from the first invasion by the Romans (to the ...

John Lingard - 1854
...Fisher and Cranmer to Cromwell (Strype's Cranmer, 13, 14) . AD 1534.] THE KING'S SUPBEMACY ENFORCED. 17 he accepted a promise of allegiance to himself and...papal authority from both convocations and the two universities.i In autumn the parliament assembled after the prorogation, and its first measure was...
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The History of Heresies and Their Refutation: Or, The Triumph of the Church

Saint Alfonso Maria de' Liguori - 1857 - Страниц: 642
...only by his authority they were allowed to ordain priests or publish censures. Finally, it was decreed that the King was the supreme head of the Church of England ; that to him alone it belonged to extirpate heresies and correct abuses, and that to him, by right,...
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A History of England, Том 6

John Lingard - 1800
...accepted a promise of allegiance to himself and his heirs, according to the limitations in the aet ; but from the clergy he required an additional declaration...administering the oath, in receiving the signatures oi the clergy and clerical bodies, and of the monks, friars, and nuns in the several abbeys and convents...
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The Franciscan annals and monthly bulletin of the third order of st ..., Том 1

1877
...alive over a fire, and so slowly burned to death, because (as the Annals attest) he would not swear that the king was the Supreme Head of the Church of England." It is easy to imagine the queen's grief and dismay on hearing that this horrible and cruel sentence...
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MANUAL OF Universal Church History

REV. DR. JOHN ALZOG - 1878
...Ibid., p. 278. (TR.) him at Westminster, on the charge of high treason, for having refused to make oath that the king was the " Supreme Head of the Church of England." After a hasty trial, he was declared guilty, and beheaded June 22,1535. In the preceding May hehad...
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History of the Church of England: From the Abolition of the Roman ..., Том 1

Richard Watson Dixon - 1878
...right of sitting in the place of the Most Reverend, and presiding over their assembly. He argued thus : that the King was the Supreme Head of the Church of England, and therefore that the supreme place in the synod was to * For instance, he says of the last abuse...
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Outlines of the history of England

George Girling - 1880
...to entirely suppress the papal authority in England; and in the close of the year Parliament enacted that "the king was the Supreme Head of the Church of England." All appeals to Rome were forbidden, and the payment of Peter's pence* was stopped. Another act of Parliament...
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Life of Richard Cameron

Jean L. Watson - 1880 - Страниц: 70
...destruction. The first act of that servile Parliament, which assembled on the 8rd of November, 1584, declared that the king was the supreme head of the Church of England, and " for increase of virtue in Christ's religion " it was enacted that he should have " as well the...
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