The Principles of the Jesuits: Developed in a Collection of Extracts from Their Own Authors ; to which are Prefixed a Brief Account of the Origin of the Order and a Sketch of Its Institute
J.G. and F. Rivington, 1839 - 277 páginas
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Henry Handley Norris
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Página 158 - For from the rising of the sun even unto the going down of the same, my name shall be great among the gentiles, and in every place incense shall be offered unto my name, and a pure offering: for my name shall be great among the heathen, saith the Lord of hosts.
Página 266 - And be it further enacted, That in case any Jesuit, or Member of any such Religious Order, Community, or Society as aforesaid, shall after the Commencement of this Act...
Página 264 - Fourth, chapter seven, after reciting that the Protestant Episcopal Church of England and Ireland, and the doctrine, discipline, and government thereof and likewise the Protestant Presbyterian Church of Scotland, and the doctrine, discipline, and government thereof...
Página 265 - XXVIII. And whereas Jesuits and members of other religious orders, communities, or societies of the Church of Rome, hound by monastic or religious vows, are resident within the United Kingdom ; and it is expedient to make provision for the gradual suppression and final prohibition of the same therein...
Página 265 - Prohibition of the same therein ; be it therefore enacted, That every Jesuit, and every Member of any other Religious Order, Community, or Society of the Church of Rome, bound by Monastic or Religious Vows, who at the Time of the Commencement of this Act shall be within the United Kingdom, shall, within Six Calendar Months after the Commencement of this Act, deliver to the Clerk of the Peace of the County or Place where such Person shall reside, or to his Deputy, a Notice or Statement, in the Form...
Página 268 - Society as aforesaid, such Person shall be deemed and taken to be guilty of a Misdemeanor, and being thereof lawfully convicted shall be sentenced and ordered to be banished from the United Kingdom for the Term of his natural Life.
Página 268 - Days from the Time such Sentence and Order hath been pronounced, be at large within any Part of the United Kingdom...
Página 265 - England as in Ireland, have been settled and established by Law; be it therefore enacted, That if any Person, after the Commencement of this Act, other than the Person thereunto authorized by Law, shall assume or use the Name, Style, or Title of Archbishop of any Province, Bishop of any Bishoprick, or Dean of any Deanery, in England or Ireland, he shall for every such Offence forfeit and pay the Sum of One hundred Pounds.
Página 267 - Misdemeanor. after the Commencement of this Act, within any Part of the United Kingdom, admit any Person to become a Regular Ecclesiastic, or Brother or Member of any such Religious Order, Community, or Society, or...
Página 89 - If the judge should think each opinion equally probable, for the sake of his friend he may lawfully pronounce sentence according to the opinion which is more favourable to the interest of that friend. He may, moreover, with the intent" to serve his friend, at one time judge according to one opinion, and at another time according to the contrary opinion, provided only that no scandal result from the decision.