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A History of the Reformation (Vol. 2 of 2)

Legate at the Council of Trent


Pius V., 196, 595.

_Placards_ (manifestoes) in Geneva, 64 _f._; in Paris, about the Mass, 145.

_Placards_ (Government proclamations against the Protestants) in the Netherlands, 242, 245, 247, 256, 265.

_Platonism, Christian_, 11, 137.

Poissy, _Colloquy_ of, 20, 186 _ff._, 313; _Conference_ at, 188; _Edict_ of, 188.

Poitiers, Church at, 166 _f._

Pole, Reginald, Archbishop of Canterbury, Cardinal, member of the _Oratory of Divine Love_, 505; Legate at the Council of Trent, 566; 372, 377, 381 f., 510, 524, 587 _n._

_Politiques, Les_, 203.

_Polonorum, Bibliotheca Fratrum_, 472.

_Polygamy_, in Muenster, 463 _ff._

_Post tenebras lux_, 89.

Pope, the _Primacy_ of the, 33, 492; Swiss Bodyguard of the, 23; power limited by the Peace of Augsburg, 1 and _n._, 405, 414; and Bishops at the Council of Trent, 592 _f._ See _Curialism_.

Popes mentioned: Innocent III. (1198-1216), 597. Julius II. (1503-1521), 322, 371. Leo X. (1513-1523), 180, 319 _f._ Adrian VI. (1522-1523), 494, 496 _ff._ Clement

VII. (1523-1534), 64, 324; advises Henry VIII. to bigamy, 325, 510. Paul III. (1534-1549), Reforms under, 510, 512; 345, 357, 470, 500, 510, 548, 550, 581; and the Council of Trent, 565 and _n._, 581. Julius III. (1550-1555), Council of Trent under, 565 and _n._, 581. Marcellus II. (1555), 585. Paul IV. (1555-1559), Council of Trent under, 565 and _n._, 591, 594; 245. Pius IV. (1559-1565), his policy of reformation, 595. Pius V. (1566-1572), 196. Sixtus V. (1580-1590), 208.

_Praemunire, Statutes of_, 325.

_Pragmatic Sanction of Bourges_, 183.

_Prayer-Book of King Edward VI., The First_, 356 _f._, 361, 403 _n._

_Prayer-Book of King Edward IV., The Second_, 287, 290 and _n._, 361 _f._, 395 _f._, 398, 401, 403 and _n._, 405.

_Prayer-Book of Elizabeth_, 396 _ff._, 401, 404, 419.

_Praying Circles_ or _Readings_ among the _Brethren_, 433.

_Pre-aux-Clercs, The_, Psalm-singing at, 172, 183; 165.

_Presence of the Body of Christ in the Sacrament of the Supper_, 411 _ff._

Privas, a Huguenot stronghold, 201.

Privileges of Nobles in France in the Sixteenth Century, 171.

_Processions expiatory_, in Paris, 146.

_Proclamations about religion_, by Mary, 370; by Elizabeth, 388.

_Psalms_, Calvin's _Commentary on the_, 97, 101.

Psalms, Singing of the, in the vernacular, 106 and _n._, 183, 251 _f._; in the Netherlands, 251; in England, 355; Clement Marot's, 172 and _n._, 252.

_Pseaumes_ included religious canticles, 107 _n._

_Purgatory, The Doctrine of_, attacked, 31, 33, 42.


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