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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A register or roll; a list, as of gifts to a monastery; under the Roman empire, an official list of localities and government functionaries divided according to the provinces, the dioceses, or groups of provinces, etc., of the Roman empire; hence, ecclesiastical, a list of episcopal sees, arranged according to the corresponding ecclesiastical divisions of provinces, etc.
  • n. See Regionary Catalogues.

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Examples

  • "notitia" of the fifteenth century the see is no longer mentioned.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 14: Simony-Tournon

  • Is, dum paritèr colloqueremur, interseruit aliquid dictis, per quod tandem nostra inuicem renouabatur antiqua notitia, quam quondam habueramus in Cayr Aegypti apud Melech Mandibron Soldanum, prout suprà tetigi in 7. capitulo libri.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Is, dum parit鑢 colloqueremur, interseruit aliquid dictis, per quod tandem nostra inuicem renouabatur antiqua notitia, quam quondam habueramus in Cayr Aegypti apud Melech Mandibron Soldanum, prout supr� tetigi in 7. capitulo libri.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • * Sunt quaedam effecta interna ad conversionem sive regenerationem praevia, quae virtute verbi, spiritusque in nondum regeneratorum cordibus excitantur; qualia sunt notitia voluntatis divinae, sensus peccati, timor poenae; cogitatio de liberatione, spes aliqua veniae.

    Pneumatologia

  • Talis ergo est persuasio quae rationes non requirat: talis notitia, cui optima ratio constet, nempe, in qua securius constantiusque mens quiescit quam in ullis rationibus: talis denique sensus, qui nisi ex coelesti revelatione nasci nequeat.

    Pneumatologia

  • _ 13, 'Securum et quietum Vergilii secessum, in quo tamen neque apud divum Augustum gratia caruit neque apud populum Romanum notitia: testes Augusti epistulae, testis ipse populus, qui auditis in theatro Vergilii versibus surrexit universus et forte praesentem spectantemque Vergilium veneratus est sic quasi Augustum.'

    The Student's Companion to Latin Authors

  • As Cabassutius proves in his notitia Ecclesiastica sæculi primi, they used to receive the B. Sacrament under the form of wine alone.

    The Ceremonies of the Holy-Week at Rome

  • The radical concept present under various modifications in all the above expressions is rendered by St. Augustine as clara notitia cum laude, "brilliant celebrity with praise".

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

  • Chancellerie romaine (Paris, 1685); CIAMPINI, De S.R. E. Vicecancellaria (Rome, 1697); ANON, Compendiaria notitia abbreviatoris de curia (Rome, 1696); OCZENASSEK, Prael.iur. can. seu comm. in regulas Cancellariae Clementis XI (Vienna, 1712);

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock

  • It figures for the first time in a Latin episcopal notitia, dating probably from the eleventh century, where it is given under the name of Legionum, between the Bishoprics of Diocæsarea and Capitolias

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy

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