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Florence, council at, summoned by Eugenius IV. iii. 424;
attempts to reunite the Greek and Latin churches, and
quarrels only for a short time, 427.
233 and [x].
300 and [t], v. 79 and ; attacked and refuted by
fession of Augsburg in xvii cent. v. 105 and [o].
called before the civil magistrate, whence his followers
character, 467 and [i]. See Quakers.
ii. 459, 460; fpiritual libertines get footing there in
xvi cent. iv. 431.
ii. 266; the decrees of the second Nicene council rejec-
time, who is charged with error, ibid.
change of life and manners, jji. 197; his notions of the
Francis I. King of France, abrogates, in xvi cent. the Praga
in great esteem by the Popes, and their serviees to the
them in xvi cent. iv. 199.
conversion, 7; their empire in Greece in xiii cent. and
--, Europeans so called by the Indians, v. 12 and
ań order of the Franciscans, separated from the grand
. . . their
fines in iv cent. i. 337; is consecrated their firft Bi-
warmth in vi cent. ii. 121 ; his treatise on faiting,