Further translations by Lord Lauderdale, imperfect at the beginning. See the Letters to Baxter, wherewith these translations were forwarded to him, from Windsor Castle where the Earl made them during his imprisonment (1657-1659). Includes: 'the other Church keep in it self that peace which our lord hath commanded. 4. S. Cyprian represented to Pope Cornelius that everie one had his portion of the flock assigned to give account of his doing to the lord’
Passages from David Blondel’s Of the primacie in the Church
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- Former ReferenceGB 123 Treatises xxi.358
- Dates of Creation1658-1699
- Physical Descriptionff 47-54 (ff 53-54 are blank)
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Argent / Black xxi.358; Thomas p.9
- See Corr 401, 460, 477, 500, 501, 510, 513, 518, 523, 530,541, 545, 562, 563, 628 and 635.
- See also Treatises iv 77, 86, 108, xxi 354, 355, 356 and 357.
- For Cornelius, Bishop of Rome 251-253, see ODCC.