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" ... that great numbers of both sexes, some in health, others in a state of infirmity, others at the point of death, earnestly desired to be admitted into the Mendicant order, which they looked upon as a sure and infallible method of rendering heaven propitious.... "
An Ecclesiastical History, Ancient and Modern - Σελίδα 297
των Johann Lorenz Mosheim - 1826
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...death, earnestly desired to be admitted into the Mendicant order, which they looked upon as a sure and infallible method of rendering heaven propitious....their carcasses, after death, should be wrapped in old, ragged Dominican or Franciscan habits, and interred among the Mendicants. For such was the barbarous...

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Charles Buck - 1807
...death, earnestly desired to be admitted into the Mendicant order, which they looked upon as a sure and infallible method of rendering heaven propitious....an essential part of their .last wills, that their bodies after death should be wrapped in old ragged Dominican or Franciscan habits, and interred among...

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Johann Lorenz von Mosheim - 1810
...death, earnestly desired to be admitted into the Mendicant order, which they looked upon as a sure and infallible method of rendering heaven propitious....their carcasses, after death, should be wrapped in old, ragged Dominican or Franciscan habits, and interred among the Mendi. cants. For such was the barbarous...

A Theological Dictionary, Τόμος 2

Charles Buck - 1810
...death, earnestly desired to be admitted into the Mendicant order, which they looked upon as a sure and infallible method of rendering heaven propitious....an essential part of their last wills, that their bodies after death should be wrapped in old ragged Dominican or Franciscan habits, and interred among...

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Charles Buck - 1821
...death, earnestly desired to be admitted into the Mendicant order, which they looked upon as a sure and infallible method of rendering heaven propitious....it an essential part of their last •wills, that theirbodies afterdeath should be wrapped in old ragged Dominican or Franciscan habits, and interred...

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Johann Lorenz Mosheim - 1824
...death, earnestly desired to be admitted into the mendicant order, which they looked upon as a sure and infallible method of rendering heaven propitious....their carcasses, after death, should be wrapped in old, ragged Dominican or Franciscan habits, and interred among the mendicants. For such was the barbarous...

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Johann Lorenz von Mosheim - 1826
...they looked upon as a sure and cENT. wv. infallible method of rendering Heaven propitious. ~~f~~ ' Many made it an essential part of their last wills,...believed that they might readily obtain mercy from Christ at the day of judgement, if they should appear before his tribunal associated with the Mendicant...

The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art ..., Τόμος 14

Thomas Curtis - 1829
...close of the fourteenth century great numbers of both sexes requested admission into the order, as an infallible method of rendering heaven propitious....an essential part of their last wills, that their bodies after death should be wrapped in old ragged Dominican or Franciscan habits, and interred among...

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Thomas Murray - 1829 - 167 σελίδες
...death, earnestly desired to be admitted into the Mendicant order, D whiqh they looked upon as a sure and infallible method of rendering Heaven propitious....an essential part of their last wills, that their body after death, should be wrapped in ragged Dominican or Franciscan* habits, and interred among the...

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...death, earnestly desired to be admitted into the Mendicant order, which they looked upon as a sure and infallible method of rendering heaven propitious. — Many made it an essential part of their hist wills, that their bodies after death should be wrapped in old ragged Dominican or Franciscan habits,...




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