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And yet, remember, he was a bishop’s son, and the duty to God was the supposed basis.
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The master threw himself at the Bishop’s feet and cried bitterly.
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Mabillon points out that this chronicler says nothing as yet of the miracles related by later writers, particularly of the famous hole in the Bishop’s skull, which it was believed St. Michael had made when on exhorting him the third time to build his church, he gently touched him with his archangelic finger.
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The perforated skull did not interfere with the Bishop’s health, and it was shown after his death as a valuable relic.
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Confirmation is a Sacrament in which, through the imposition of the Bishop’s hands, unction and prayer, baptized persons receive the Holy Ghost, that they may steadfastly profess their faith and lead upright lives.
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If these words do not mean that the minister receives by the imposition of the Bishop’s hands the power of forgiving sin, they mean nothing at all.
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Jacobin_, who, by the Bishop’s order, preached a sermon excommunicating all the men and women who pretended to believe these things; and had believed in them, and shown their hands; and it was agreed that they should go away, and they departed for Pontoise, in September.
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But my brother, hearing how the _future bishop’s lady_ had quitted Castlewood and joined the Pretender at Paris, pursued him, and would have killed him, prince as he was, had not the prince managed to make his escape.
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His royal highness was so much the better for the bishop’s liquor, that to talk affairs to him now was of little service.
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His counsel was, and the bishop’s, that as soon as ever the queen’s malady took a favourable turn, the prince should be introduced to her bedside; the Council summoned; the guard at Kensington and St. James’s, of which two regiments were to be entirely relied on, and one known not to be hostile, would declare for the prince, as the queen would before the lords of her Council, designating him as the heir to her throne.
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This absence was most unpropitious, for an hour’s delay might cost a kingdom; Esmond had nothing for it but to hasten to the “King’s Arms”, and tell the gentlemen there assembled that Mr. George (as we called the prince there) was not at home, but that Esmond would go fetch him; and taking a general’s coach that happened to be there, Esmond drove across the country to Chelsea, to the bishop’s house there.
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The porter said two gentlemen were with his lordship, and Esmond ran past this sentry up to the locked door of the bishop’s study, at which he rattled, and was admitted presently.
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Of the bishop’s guests one was a brother prelate, and the other the Abbé G——.
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The bishop’s news was reassuring: at least all was not lost; the queen yet breathed or was alive when they left London, six hours since.
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And the coach ahead of us stopped, and the bishop’s man got down to know what the concourse meant?
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Down go my lord bishop’s apron, and his grace’s blue ribbon, and my lady’s brocade petticoat in the mud.
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It then goes on to specify, among other privileges, that the bishop shall have “all chattells of felons and fugitives, all amerciaments and fines from all men and tenants of the manor and soke; that the bishop and his successors shall be quit for ever to the king of all mercies, fines (&c.), that no constable of the king shall have power of entry, but that the whole shall pertain to the said bishop, except attachments touching pleas of the crown, and that all chattells, &c., either in the king’s court, or any other, shall be the bishop’s.
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One witness, Edward Richardson of Thimbleby, states that William Leche, on Tuesday, 2nd Oct., “stirred the people to rise to save the church jewels from the Bishop’s officers,” who were acting by the King’s orders, the Bishop being the King’s confessor.
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William Leche, with a great company, went to Bolingbroke, to take the Bishop’s Chancellor, Dr. John Rayne, who was lying there, sick; he was brought on horseback to Horncastle amid cries of “kill him!
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The Bishops of Carlisle had, as has been already stated, a residence in Horncastle, near the present Manor House, and the Bishop’s widow, Abigail, probably resided there.
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Examples of Bishop

Example #1
Personals, including body, house, home, and religion;—property, subordination, and inter-community;—these are the fundamentals of society.
Example #2
I mean here, religion negatively taken,—so that the person be not compelled to do or utter, in relation of the soul to God, what would be, in that person, a lie;—such as to force a man to go to church, or to swear that he believes what he does not believe.
Example #3
The Bishop of Paris had told the King, probably in order to comfort him after receiving from him the confession of some of his own religious difficulties, that one day he received a visit from a great master in divinity.
Example #4
It is long, but it is far too important to be here omitted.
Example #5
In doing this the finger went through the skull, and left a hole.
Example #6
Mabillon, quoting from the chronicler who wrote before the middle of the tenth century, relates how Autbert, the Bishop of Avranches, had a vision, and after having been thrice admonished by St. Michael, proceeded to build on the summit of the Mount a church under the patronage of the Archangel.