Records of the English Catholics Under the Penal Laws, Chiefly from the Archives of the See of Westminster, Volumen1

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Werthecmer, Lea and Company, Printers, 1878
 

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Página lxviii - ... good behaviour, and so to continue bound until such time as the persons so bound do conform themselves and come to the church...
Página xliv - Wherefore they call on all true Englishmen to join with them in their attempt to restore the crown, the nobility, and the worship of God, to their former estate...
Página 269 - ... infringere, vel ei ausu temerario contraire. Si quis autem hoc attentare praesumpserit, indignationem Omnipotentis Dei ас beatorum Petri et Pauli apostolorum eius se noverit incursurum.
Página lxxx - ... days then next following give information thereof to some of the queen's privy council, or to the president or vice-president of the queen's council established in the north, or in the marches of Wales, for the time being; that then he or they so offending shall, for every such offence, forfeit the sum of two hundred marks.
Página xxvii - Catholics, ii. 54). Such was Allen's aim in the establishment of a college: first to enable English students abroad to have the benefit of collegiate training ; secondly, to form a body of learned priests capable of restoring the catholic religion in England whenever circumstances should permit; thirdly, to instruct in their religion English youths who might come for their education to the college. The missionary work in England was an after-thought.
Página lxxix - Let others think and say what they list of this your most holy "state of life, I would have you persuaded I most heartily espouse " your affairs and mightily like this resolution you have taken of " engaging in religion, and hope that you are taken from this " wicked world to contribute to the restoration of this most holy " Order which formerly so flourished in our country, and your "pen and genius will render you an ornament thereof; and " therefore, so much the more profit you make in that most...
Página xxii - Hall, it was still possible for him to continue to reside at Oxford, where conformity with the new religion was at first sparingly enforced. But the zeal which he showed for the Catholic faith in winning back the fallen, and in encouraging to perseverance those who were steadfast, gave such offence to the civil authorities, that he was soon obliged to leave England for the Continent. He crossed over to Flanders in 1561, and took up his abode at the university of Louvain, where he found many of his...
Página lxxxv - This morning I have held a consistory and made Allen cardinal to satisfy your majesty ; and though in proposing him I put forward" a motive which was very far from likely to excite suspicion, nevertheless it is reported that throughout all Rome there arose forthwith a universal cry — Now they are getting things into order for a war with England, and this supposition was current everywhere.
Página 269 - Apostolicis sub quibuscumque tenoribus, et formis, ac cum quibusvis etiam derogatoriarum derogatoriis, aliisque efficacioribus, et insolitis clausulis...
Página xxiii - Fitzherbert, Epit. vit. Alani, p. 57. « Wood, Athènes, L 616. ' His successor John Haw was appointed about 156t). Le Neve, Fast. eccl. Angl. III. 580. gentleman, Christopher Blount, who became well known in after-years at the court of Queen Elizabeth, and died in 1600, on the scaffold, for his share in the conspiracy of the Earl of Essex. About this time Allen's health suffered so severely from his attendance on his pupil during a dangerous illness, that he was advised to revisit his native county...

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