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§. 15. Quive ex eo- 15. Also those who rum pretenso officio, under pretence of their yel ad inftantiam par- Office, or at the instance tis, aut aliorum quo- of any party, or of any rumcunq; personas Ec- others; draw, or cause clesiasticas, Capitula, and procure to be drawn, Conventus, Collegia directly, or indirectly, upEcclesiarum quarum- on any pretext what foecunq; coram fe ad su- ver, Ecclefiaftical Persons, um "Tribunal, Audi- Chapters, Convents, Cola entiam, Cancellariam, leges of any Churches, beConcilium, vel Parla- fore them to their Tribumentum, præter juris nal, Audience, Chancery, Canonici dispositionem, Counsel, or Parliament, atrahunt, vel trahi fa. gainst the Rules of the Caciunt vel procurant, non-Law; as alforbose who directe vel indirecte, for any cause, or under any quovis quæsito colore; pretext, or by pretence of necnon qui ftatuta, any Custom or Privilege, ordinationes, constitu- or any other way, bak tiones, pragmaticas, feu make, enact, and publish quævis alia decreta any Statutes, Orders in genere vel in fpe- Conftitutions, Pragmacie, ex quavis causa ticks, or any other Degrees & quovis quæsito colo- in general or in particular; re, ac etiam prætextu or shall use them when cujusvis consuetudinis made and enacted; whereby & privilegii, vel alias the Ecclesiastical Liberquomodolibet fecerint, ty is violated, or any ordinaverint & publi- ways injured or depressed; caverint, vel faétis & or by any other means ordinatis usi fuerint, restrained; or whereby the unde libertates Ecclesia Rights of us and of the ftica tollicur, seu in a- said See, and of any other liquo læditur vel depri- Churches, are any way dimitur, aut alio quovis rectly or indirectly, tacites modo restringitur, feu by or exprefly prejudgedé ? noftris & dictæ fedis, ac quarumcunq; ecclesiarum juribus quomodoliber directe vel indirecte, tacite vel expresse præjudicantur.


Ø 16. Necnon qui g. 16. Also those who Archiepiscopos, Epif- upon this account directly copos, aliosq; superio- or indirectly hinder Arch. res & inferiores Præla- bishops, Bishops, and other tos, & omnes alios quof- superior and inferior Precung; Judices. Ecclefi- lates, and all other ordiafticos ordinarios quo- nary Ecclefiaftical Judges modolibet hac de causa whatsoever by any means, directe vel indirecte, either by imprisoning of carcerando vel mole- molefting their Agents, stando eorum agentes, Proctors, Domesticks, kinprocuratores, familia. dred on both sides, or bing res, necnon consangui. any other way from ex. neos & affines, aut alias erting their Ecclesiastical impediunt, quo minus jurisdiction against any jurisdictione sua Eccle- persons whatsoever, .acfiaftica contra quoscun cording as the Canons and que utantur, fecundum facred Ecclefiaftical Conquod Canones & facræ ftitutions and Decrees of conftitutiones Ecclefia- General Councils, and efticæ, & decreta Conci- specially that of Trent, do liorum Generalium, & appoint ; as also those who


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§ 17. Also those who &iones seu fructus, re: wfürp any Jarisdictions, ditus & proventus ad Fruits, Revenues, and Enos & sedem Apostoli- moluments belonging to cam, & quascunque Us and the Apostolick Ecclesiasticas perlo- See, and any Ecclefiaftical nas ratione Ecclefia- perfons apon account of 4rum, , Monafterioium ny Churches, Monaste& aliorum beneficio- ries, or other Ecclefiaftical

Ecclesiasticorum benefices; or who upon a. pertinentes usurpant, ny occasion or cause Seque,




vel etiam quavis occasi- fter, the føid Revenues
one vel causa fine Ro without the express leave
mani Pontificis vel alio- of the Bishop of Rome,
rum ad id legitimam fa- or others having lawful
cultatem habentium ex- power to do it.
pressa licentia seque-
ftrant.. j

$ 18, Quive collectas, $ 18. Also those who
decimas, talleas, præ. without the like special
ftantias & alia onera and express licence of the
Clericis, Prælatis & aliis Pope of Rome imposé Tri-
personis Ecclesiasticis, butes, Tenths, Talleys,
ac eorum & Ecclefia: Subsidies, and
rum, Monafteriorum Charges upon Clergy-men,
& aliorum beneficio. Prelates, and other Eccle-
rum Ecclesiasticorum fiaftical Persons, and the
bonis, illorumve fructi- Goods, Fruits, Revenues
bus, reditibus & pro and Emoluments of them
ventibus hujusmodi, and of the Churches, Mo-
absque simili Romani nafteries, and other Eccle-
Pontificis speciali & ex- fiastical Benéfices; and ex-
pressa licentia imposit them by divers artifi-
nunt, & diversis etiam ces, or even receive them
exquifitis modis exi so imposed from the Clergy,
gunt, aut sic imposita'à although they fould of
Iponte dantibus & con- their own accord grant and
cedentibus recipiunt. give them: Alla those who
Necnon qui per se vel by themselves or oshers di-
alios directe vel indire- rectly or indirectly fear not
ete prædicta facere, exe- to do, execute or procure
qui vel procurare, aut in the said things, or to give
eisdem auxilium, confi- aid, counsel or favour to
lium vel favorem præ- them, of what foever prehe-
stare non verentur, cu- minence, dignity, order,


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juscunq; fint præemi condition or quality they
nentiæ, dignitatis,ordi- be, although they be Em.
nis, conditionis aut sta. perors, or Kings, or Prin.
tus, etiamsi Imperialices, Dakes, Earls, B4-
aut Regali fulgeant rons, and other Potentates
dignitate; feu Princi- whatsoever, even Presse
pes, Duces, Comites, dents of Kingdoms, Pro-
Barones, et alii Poten. vinces, Cities axd Terri-
tatus ; quicunq; etiam tories, Coursellers, and
Regnis, Provinciis, Ci- Senators, or invested ever
vitatibus & Terris quo- with any Pontifical Digni-
quomodo Præsidentes, ty. Renewing the Decrees
consiliarii & Senatores, set forth.concerning these
aut quavis etiam Pon- Matters by the Sacred Cami
-tificali dignitate inlig- nons, as well in the last
niti. Innovantes decrc- Council of Lateran, as
ta, super his per Sacros in other General Councils,
Canones, tam in Latera- together with the Cenfures
nensi novillime celebra- and Punishments. con-
to, quam aliis Conciliis tained in them.
generalibus edita, eti-
am çum censuris & pæ-
nis in eis contentis.

9, 19. Item, Excom. 19. Further, We municamus & anathe- excommunicate and anga matizamus omnes & thematize all and every quoscunq; Magistratus Magistrates and Fudges, & Judices, Notarios, Notaries, Scribes, ExecuScrības, Executores, tors, Subexecutors, ang Subexecutores quomo. mays intruding them. dolibet fe interponen selves in capital or crimitęs in causis capitalibus nal causes against Ecclefiaseu criminalibus contra fical Persons by procesing,



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