10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «QUESTORIAL»
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Indulgences in Late Medieval England: Passports to Paradise?
Passports to Paradise? R. N. Swanson. but seemingly had no formal indulgences
to proclaim.35 The obscure hospital of St Roche in Exeter received a questorial
licence in York in 1523;36 all that is known of this hospital's spiritual privileges is
A New Dictionary of the Italian and English Languages Based ...
Questoria, s. f. V. questura. Questério, adj. questorial. Quéstna, a. f. l. collection of
alms .- 2. begging ; 3. loan. Quesmére, v. n. l. to collect aims for religious
purposes: 2. to beg. Questufirio, adj. questuary. Questuazidne, a. f. a begging of
Cicero's Epistles to Atticus
Thus thole Plenipotentiaries were chosen trom the Consular, the Prætorian, and
the Questorial Ranks. (5) Orig. m^urifum. Acdamationet . (6) There was a great
Difference between the Lator, or the Carrier through of a Law, and the AuQor, or
Marcus Tullius Cicero, 1752
Cicero's epistles to Atticus, with notes, tr by W. Guthrie
Thus those plenipotentiaries were chosen from the consular, the praetorian, and
the questorial ranks. 5 There was a great difference between the lator, or the
carrier through of a law, and the auctor, or its mover before the people. sons ;
when I ...
Marcus Tullius Cicero, 1806
A New History of Penance
... that Chaucer thought of his Pardoner as claiming more powers in the way of
absolution than he actually had, since in fact even his “questorial” powers were
nonexistent—at least those claimed for his phony relics and spurious bulls.
International collections were represented in questorial licences issued on behalf
of the hospital of St Thomas the Martyr at Rome, a licence in 1517 to relieve the
recent devastation of Durazzo, and one for the monastery of St Katherine, Sinai.
A Calendar of the Register of Richard Scrope, archbishop of ...
10, 20-22, 52 Lepyngton, John de 19 Lescrop, see Scrope letters dimissory ix-xi,
xiii-xiv, 2-3, 33, 42-3, 45 Lewer, William 43 Leys, br. John 12 licences. excusing
attendance at synods 7, 43 questorial ii, v, 8 to celebrate private masses 43 to ...
Hereford Cathedral: A History
Questorial licences may regularly have stipulated (as they did elsewhere) that
collections for the cathedral fabric had precedence over all others.” In March
1523 Bishop Booth granted a forty—day indulgence for participation in prayers
G. E. Aylmer, John Eric Tiller, 2000
Vendetta: An Aurelio Zen Mystery
In this, the first novel he appears in, Zen himself has been assigned to do some law bending.
Tucson and Mission San Xavier sites were inspected in 1539 by Governor
Coronado and Fray de Marcus de Niza, in whose con- questorial trail was also
that member of the de Vaca pioneers, the unhappy negro slave Este- vanico;
unhappy in ...