The Suppression of the Reformation in France: As Exhibited in de Rulhière's Historical Elucidations [ch. 1-17] and Various Other Documents

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David Dundas Scott
R.B. Seeley and W. Burnside, 1840 - 344 halaman
 

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Halaman 327 - Louis, by the grace of God King of France and Navarre, to our dear and well-beloved Robert Cavelier, Sieur de la Salle, greeting.
Halaman ii - The firm endurance of sufferings by the martyrs of conscience, if it be rightly contemplated, is the most consolatory spectacle in the clouded life of man ; far more ennobling and sublime than the outward victories of virtue, which must be partly won by weapons not her own, and are often the lot of her foulest foes. Magnanimity in enduring pain for the sake of conscience is not, indeed, an unerring mark of rectitude ; but it is, of all other destinies, that which most exalts the sect or party whom...
Halaman 328 - Nantes, with the particular articles accorded as a sequel to it, and all that has since been done in favour of the said religion. I. We give you to wit that for these causes and others us thereto moving, and of our certain knowledge, full power, and royal authority, we have by this present perpetual and irrevocable edict, suppressed and revoked, suppress and revoke, the edict of our said grandfather, given at Nantes in April 1598, in its whole extent, together with the particular articles agreed...
Halaman 330 - And to the end that it may be a thing firm and stable foe ever, we have caused our seal to be put to these said presents, saving in all else our right, and that of others. Given at Paris, in the month of October, the year of grace one thousand six hundred and twelve, and of our reign the third. Signed LEWIS. And counter-signed by the King, the Queen-regent his mother present : and this our copy, signed Potier, in paraph ; on the side, contents signed Poulsepin, in paraph, and below visa; and sealed...
Halaman 268 - I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us.' ' For our light affliction, which is but for a moment, worketh for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory.
Halaman 330 - PRR while waiting until it shall please God to enlighten them as well as others, to remain in the cities and places of our kingdom, lands, and territories subject to us, and there to continue their commerce, and to enjoy their possessions, without being subjected to molestation or hindrance...
Halaman 157 - The king," wrote Madame de Maintenon, "is very pleased to have put the last touch to the great work of the reunion of the heretics with the Church. Father la Chaise, the king's confessor, promised that it would not cost a drop of blood, and M. de Louvois said the same thing.

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