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PARDON BRASSES.
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mark indelibly on popular as well as on theological literature. Chaucer as well as Luther may be cited in evidence of the evils of that system which these pardon brasses recall to memory.
A report on these thing having been made by the Secretary to the Holy Father, his Holiness has approved the whole, and ordered it to be inviolably observed. Given at Rome, 7th March, 1678.'" 7. Ferraris goes on to give, in six pages of double columns, "Sundry Decrees lately issued (and printed in the Bullarium of Clement XL), in which many things are laid down and declared concerning Indulgences, and some things are prohibited and interdicted as false and apocryphal."
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