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" This sort of society began in the thirteenth century, and the members of it, by the tenor of their institution, were to remain entirely destitute of all fixed revenues and possessions ; though in process of time their number became a heavy tax upon the... "
An Ecclesiastical History, Ancient and Modern: From the Birth of Christ, to ... - Página 186
por Johann Lorenz Mosheim - 1811
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An Ecclesiastical History, Antient and Modern, from the Birth of ..., Volumen3

Johann Lorenz Mosheim - 1803
...The religious society that surpassed the rest in the purity of its manners, the extent cant otder ' of its fame, the number of its privileges, and the...of their ample possessions, lulled in a luxurious indolenqe. They lost sight of all their religious . obligations, that the latter order was instituted...
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A Theological Dictionary, Volumen2

Charles Buck - 1807
...they receive from others. This sort of society began in the thirteenth century, and the members of it, by the tenor of their institution, were to remain...entirely destitute of all fixed revenues and possessions ; though in process of time their number became a heavy tax upon the people. Innocent III was the first...
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An ecclesiastical history, antient and modern, from the birth of ..., Volumen3

Johann Lorenz von Mosheim - 1810
...the purity of its manners, the extent cant wder" of its fame, the number of its privileges, and the1 multitude of its members, was that of the Mendicant,...lulled in a luxurious indolence. They lost sight of alHheir religious obligations, that the latter order was instituted at Rome by St. Philip Neri, in...
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A Theological Dictionary, Volumen2

Charles Buck - 1810
...they receive from others. This sort of society began in the thirteenth century, and the members of it, by the tenor of their institution, were to remain...entirely destitute of all fixed revenues and possessions ; though in process of time their number became a heavy tax upon the people. Innocent III was the first...
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A Theological Dictionary, Containing Definitions of All ..., Volúmenes1-2

Charles Buck - 1815
...they receive from others. This sort of society began in the thirteenth century, and the members of it, by the tenor of their institution, were to remain...entirely destitute of all fixed revenues and possessions ; though in process of time their number became a heavy tax upon the people. Innocent III. was the...
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A theological dictionary, containing definitions of all religious terms ...

Charles Buck - 1824
...they receive from others. This sort of society began in the thirteenth century, and the members of it, L . r,/ ^y i ] C֎l T&P4 y J 팝n% }% ...-.6 z | = ; a @ Q W V ? J N %`[ Z D L I1FL ; though in process of time their number became a heavy tax upon the people. Innocent III. was the...
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An ecclesiastical history, ancient and modern, tr. by A. Maclaine, Volumen3

Johann Lorenz von Mosheim - 1826
...manners, extent of fame, number of The mendi privileges, and multitude of members, was that of caDtorder. the Mendicant or begging friars, whose order was first...fixed revenues and possessions. The present state and circtimstance3 of the church ren-. dered the establishment of such an order absolutely necessary. The...
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A Theological Dictionary: Containing Definitions of All Religious Terms ...

Charles Buck - 1831 - 624 páginas
...they receive from others. This sort of society began in the thirteenth century, and the members of it, by the tenor of their institution, were to remain...entirely destitute of all fixed revenues and possessions ; though in process of time their number became a heavy tax upon the people. Innocent III. was the...
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An Account of the Most Important and Interesting Religious Events: Which ...

John Warner Barber - 1834 - 408 páginas
...MENDICANTS, OR BEGGING FRIARS. THIS sort of society began in the thirteenth century' and the members of it, by the tenor of their institution, were to remain...entirely destitute of all fixed revenues and possessions ; though in process of time their number became a heavy tax upon the people. Innocent III. was the...
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The London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science ..., Volumen14

Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington) - 1839
...mendicant!, whose business is to roam, Make every parish but their own their home. Cutuper. 276 MEN tenor of their institution, were to remain entirely destitute of all fixed revenues and possessions. But they at last increased to sucli an enormous multitude, that they became a burden not only to the...
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