A series of explanatory notes on the decrees of the Council of Trent, 416 folios. The sessions concerned are 4-7, 13-14 and 21-25. There are nineteenth-century entries on fo. 1, including 'Paraph au dsir de l'arrest du 5 juillet 1763 Mesnil' and 'Colle. Paris Societis Jesu'. Inside the front cover is 'J. Lee Doctors Commons. Bound: December 1836 London No.9/103', and Lee's bookplate.
Council of Trent: Decisions and Declarations
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Administrative / Biographical History
The Council of Trent, the nineteenth ecumenical council, opened on 13 December 1545, and lasted until 4 December 1563. It sought to establish the definitive doctrines of the Catholic Church, in response to the Protestant heresies, and to remove abuses in the Church.
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Presented by W. Aldis Wright, 1905.
Description compiled by Robert Steiner, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives.
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