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Oath of Henry VIII. xxxiv.note. Anciently, as well as in modern times, signed. xl. Book, of the Saxon kings. xlj. Examples. xliij. note. Corporal: its meaning, etc. xliv. xlv. Of canonical obedience, at ordination. 221. 247.

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Obsequies of clergy. cxxxvij. note. Of abbots. ibid. bishops. cxxxviij. note. Oil, miraculous, of Clovis. iv. English. xvij. Jewish. xviij.

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Orders: a sacrament. lxxviij. How many, in number. lxxx. Disabilities. xcv. etc. To be conferred separately? cij. To be conferred freely, without money. cxxiv. Not to be obtained furtively. cxxviij. Anciently conferred on great numbers. cxxx.

Ordo: its meaning. lxxvij. note.

Pall: its form. cxxxv. Attributed to S. Peter. cxxxiv. A personal ornament. cxxxvj. Anciently only a mark of honour. 301. Why said to be "de cor

pore B. Petri." cxlij. note, Regale. 30.

Pastoral staff: of abbots; how distinguished. cxxxvij. note. Peace of the Church. lvj. note. Pecten, of a bishop. 241. Penances, performed at processions. 368.

Petition of bishops,at coronations.9 Place, where coronations are solemnized. lvj.

Poderis. 243.

Pontifical, Exeter. 369. Pontificalis liber:

explained. cxxxiv. note. Exon. 369. Preaching not permitted to all persons. cxvj.

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Priests, allowed to confirm by the Greek church. lxxxj. note. Their duties. cx. Unction, at ordination. cxj. Not to take charge of a parish, for one year after ordination. cxiij. Not to wander about. cxiij. Always to communicate, if they celebrate. cxiv. note. Penalty on persons usurping the office. exvij. Not allowed to reconAlone cile a church. exlix. entitled to consecrate the Eucharist. 203. Have powers to confer benedictions. 204. Anciently anointed on the head. 212. To learn how to celebrate the Eucharist. 223. Processions. 366. Banners used. 367.

Pulpit, at coronations. 68. Pupilla oculi. lxxix. note.

Ray-cloth. 52.

Rectors: to be in priest's orders. cxij. Reconsecration of a church: forbidden. cxlvj. Whether necessary, if the altar had been destroyed. cxlviij. Examples in the 17th century. cxlix. note.

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