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" It defended itself as bravely as possible, from all the rebels against authority, which the end of the seventeenth, and the whole of the eighteenth, century produced. It defended, step by step, the moral dominion which the Romish church had confided to... "
The American in Paris: During the Summer - Página 29
por Jules Janin - 1844 - 117 páginas
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The American in Paris During the Summer: Being a Companion to the "Winter in ...

Jules Janin - 1844 - 247 páginas
...to the end, this grave and learned institution, — which had heard the prince de Conde and Bossuet support within its enclosure, their theological dogmas,...Encyclopaedia. What do we say ? It had stood alone against M. Arnauld and against Pascal ! Undoubtedly, when the hour of desolation comes, it is well to fall as...
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Ultramontanism, or The Roman Church and modern society, tr. by C. Cocks

Edgar Quinet - 1845
...nor Port Royal. It is not I who speak thus, I should not so easily put myself forward alone ; it is the end of the seventeenth and the whole of the eighteenth century, which use this language. Catholicism had divided itself. The outward Church was overthrown by Port...
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The Roman Church and Modern Society

Edgar Quinet - 1845 - 198 páginas
...Rome nor Port-Royal. It is not I who speak thus, I should not put myself so easily on the stage; it is the end of the seventeenth and the whole of the eighteenth century that holds this language. Catholicism was divided against itself. The external Church was overthrown...
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Paris by Sunlight and Gaslight: A Work Descriptive of the Mysteries and ...

James D. McCabe - 1869 - 803 páginas
...even to the end, this grave and learned institution, which had heard the Prince de Conde" and Bossuet support within its enclosure their theological dogmas,...encyclopaedia. What do we say ? It had stood alone against M. Arnauld and against Pascal!" This was the Sorbonne towards the close of the eighteenth century. Let...
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The Antefix Papers: Papers on Art Educational Subjects, Read at the Weekly ...

1875 - 239 páginas
...stormy and aerial effects of Caspar Poussin, and in the serene beauty and sunshine of Claude Lorraine. The end of the seventeenth and the whole of the eighteenth century were marked by a rapid decline in the art of painting, both in Belgium and Holland, and not until the...
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An Elementary History of Art: Architecture, Sculpture, Painting

N. D'Anvers - 1882 - 672 páginas
...'Flower-pica:,; -the gallery at the Hague, two more ; and the Six Collection, another pair of Flower-pieces. The end of the seventeenth and the whole of the eighteenth century were marked by a rapid decline in the art of painting, both in Holland and Belgium ; and not until...
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An elementary history of painting, by N. D'Anvers

Nancy R E. Bell - 1883
....Flower-piece ; the gallery at the Hague, two more ; and the Six Collection, another pair of Flawer-pieces. The end of the seventeenth and the whole of the eighteenth century were marked by a rapid decline in the art of painting, both in Holland and Belgium ; and not until...
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A Short History of the Royal Navy ...: Volume I-II, Volumes 1-2

David Hannay - 1898
...when judged by the results, well be considered the wiser method of thetwo. The French navalofficers of the end of the seventeenth and the whole of the eighteenth century were more book-learned than ours, more cultivated men, much more addicted to the scientific side of...
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PARIS BY SUNLIGHT AND GASLIGHT

JAMES D. McCABE - 1869
...their theological dogmas, remembered the instructions of its illustrious protector, Cardinal Eichelieu. It defended itself as bravely as possible from all...defended, step by step, the moral dominion which the Eomish Church had confided to it ; and when at last it was compelled to give way, it did so honorably,...
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