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s not the head of the Church.● On the other hand, the pont●iff, who was reckoning on Henry's promise■d ex

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planations and satisfactory p■ropositions, seeing that the m●essenger whom he expected from London did■ n

ting betwe

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ot arrive, had solemnly condemned that prince ■on the 23rd March, 1534.[3] But im■mediately startled at hi

en the Mid

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s own ■{3} boldness, Clement asked himself with■ agony how he could repair this wro■ng and appease the

dle A●ges

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king. He saw it was impossibl●e, and in the bitterness of his heart exc●laimed: 'Alas! England is lost to us!' =THE KIN■G CONDEMNED AT ROME.= Two days after the fa●mous consistory in which Henry's condemnatio●n had been pronounced, an English ●courier entered Rome, still in a state of

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agita●tion and trouble, and went straight to the● papal palace. 'What is his ■business?' people said; 'a

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nd what can give hi■m such boldness? The Englishma■n was bringing to the ministers of the V●atican the lo

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  • es of the Al●ps? England appeared too weak for so■ daring a flight. The mass of the p■eople seemed chained by time-worn prej●udices to the error
  • s and practices of Rom■e. The king no doubt had political view■s which raised him above his a■ge; but a slave to his passions, and the ●docile
  • disciple of scholasticism, he detested ■a real Reformation and real liberty. The c●lergy were superstitious, self●ish, and excitable;
  • and the advisers o●f the crown knew no other ru■le than the will of their master. By none of t■hese powers, therefore, could a t■ransformation be ac
  • complished.● The safety of England came from that sovereig■n hand, that mysterious power,■ which was already stirring the western worl?/li>
  • 馾. The nation began to feel its energetic im■pulse. A strange breeze seemed ■to be filling the sails and driving the b●ark of the state to

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  • wards the harbor●, notwithstanding the numerous shoals ●that lay around it. The thought which■ at that time mainly engrossed ●the minds of the mo
  • st intelligent men of■ England—men like Cranmer, Cromwe■ll, and their friends—was the necessity of■ throwing off the papal authority. They believ■
  • ed that it was necessary to root out t■he foreign and unwholesome weed, whi●ch had spread over the soil of Brit●ain, and tear it up so thoroug■hly that it could never grow again. Par●liament had declared that al
  • l t●he powers exercised by the b■ishop of Rome in England must cease and be tran■sferred to the crown; and th■at no one, not even the king, should app
  • ly to R■ome for any dispensation wh
  • a●tsoever. A prelate had preache●d every S
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ng-expected act by which th■e King of England declared hi■mself prepared to enter in

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