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The Consistorial was founded in 1591 by Gregory XIV.
The principal civic and commercial buildings are the [v. 03 p. 0392] Casa Consistorial, a fine
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 3 "Banks" to "Bassoon"
_Abbreviatori del Parco maggiore_, the priest, deacon, and subdeacon who assist the cardinal who is to celebrate mass, the Masters of ceremonies, the _Camerieri segreti_ and _d'onore_, the Consistorial advocates, the _Cappellani segreti_, _d'onore_ and _comuni_, the
The _Casa Consistorial_, or City Hall, is a massive Palladian pile of the sixteenth century, resembling the old palaces of Pisa and Florence, except in the circumstance that its roof projects at least ten feet beyond the front, resting on a massive cornice of carved wood with curious horizontal caryatides in the place of brackets.
I had seen it often enough on certain photographs which were accorded the place of honour in the drawing room at Consistorial-Rat von Mayburg's at Bonn.
Consistorial-Rat von Mayburg's house at Bonn, he rapidly outdistanced me, and though, at the end of our time, I could speak German like a
Consistorial advocates proper were originally only seven in number, forming the Consistorial College.
This power, although granted from the beginning, has been recently confirmed by a declaration of the Consistorial Congregation to an inquiry of the Apostolic delegate at Washington, as to whether the original papal grant of authority was to be continued, in view of the transfer of the United States from the jurisdiction of Propaganda to the common law of the Church (Sapienti Consilio, 4 November, 1908).
The doors to the right lead to the apartments of the pope, those on the left to the Loggie, and those in the rear immediately to the Consistorial Hall.
Consistorial Congregation the decree suppressing the See of
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