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Page 317 - ... pope is in himself infallible, separated from the church, even in expounding the faith : by consequence, papal definitions or decrees, in whatever form pronounced, taken exclusively from a general council, or universal acceptance of the church, oblige none, under pain of heresy, to an interior assent.
Page 11 - ... for the public service, as well as for the further application of the sums which were granted in the last parliament, as may appear to be necessary — And his majesty, bearing constantly in mind the necessity of a careful and economical administration of the pecuniary resources of the country, has directed us to express his hopes that you will proceed, without delay, in the pursuit of those inquiries connected with the public economy, which engaged the attention of the last parliament.