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“88 By the oeconomy of Sixtus V. the revenue of the ecclesiastical state was raised to two millions and a half of Roman crowns, (Vita, tom.ii. p. 291 — 296;) and so regular was the military establishment, that in one month”
“(Dissertat.p. 177 — 217, a professed inquiry,) and the maps of the ecclesiastical state and the march of Ancona, by Le Maire and Magini.] 36 The battle was fought in the year of Rome 458; and the consul Decius, by devoting his own life, assured the triumph of his country and his colleague Fabius, (T.”
“Briçonnet (see above), and before entering the ecclesiastical state was known as the Count de Montbrun.”
“Having entered the ecclesiastical state he became successively Bishop of Noyon (1338), of Clermont”
“Bologna, Montpellier, and Paris; later he entered the ecclesiastical state (canon of Reims, 1358), and was physician-in-ordinary to popes”
“Briçonnet having shortly before this lost his wife, Raoulette de Beaune, by whom he had three sons, had entered the ecclesiastical state and been named Bishop of St. - Malo.”
“Sixty — eight years afterwards they marched against Viterbo in the ecclesiastical state with the whole force of the city; by a rare coalition the Teutonic eagle was blended, in the adverse banners, with the keys of St. Peter; and the pope’s auxiliaries were commanded by a count of Thoulouse and a bishop of Winchester.”
“At an early age he embraced the ecclesiastical state and became vicar general to his fellow-townsman, Monseigneur de ConziÈ, Archbishop of Tours.”
“His arms were sometimes unfortunate, and to a delay of three days he was indebted for his life and crown: but Ladislaus triumphed in his turn; and it was only his premature death that could save the metropolis and the ecclesiastical state from the ambitious conqueror, who had assumed the title, or at least the powers, of king of Rome.”
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