With more kisses, and hugs, and tears, than many young gentlemen who start upon their travels, and leave well-stocked homes behind them, would deem within the bounds of probability (if matter so low could be herein set down), Kit left the house at an early hour next morning, and set out to walk to Finchley; feeling a sufficient pride in his appearance to have warranted his excommunication
from Little Bethel from that time forth, if he had ever been one of that mournful congregation.
As I did not care, however, to get to Highgate before one or two o'clock in the day, and as we had another little excommunication
case in court that morning, which was called The office of the judge promoted by Tipkins against Bullock for his soul's correction, I passed an hour or two in attendance on it with Mr.
There is no nation where excommunication
carries greater terrors than among the Abyssins, which puts it in the power of the priests to abuse this religious temper of the people, as well as the authority they receive from it, by excommunicating them, as they often do, for the least trifle in which their interest is concerned.
"So I should have done," said Sancho, "if I had not got it by heart when your worship read it to me, so that I repeated it to a sacristan, who copied it out for me from hearing it, so exactly that he said in all the days of his life, though he had read many a letter of excommunication
, he had never seen or read so pretty a letter as that."
He rained upon it curses from God and High Heaven, and withered it with a heat of invective that savoured of a mediaeval excommunication
of the Catholic Church.
He threatened excommunication
and hell fire in my last moments if I continued obdurate.
So saying, he cast him off again; and calling the long comrade aside after taking a few hasty turns by himself, bade him immediately write and post against the wall, a notice, proscribing one Joseph Willet (commonly known as Joe) of Chigwell; forbidding all 'Prentice Knights to succour, comfort, or hold communion with him; and requiring them, on pain of excommunication
, to molest, hurt, wrong, annoy, and pick quarrels with the said Joseph, whensoever and wheresoever they, or any of them, should happen to encounter him.
For this atrocity the Abbot menaced him with excommunication
, and made out a dreadful list of complaints in the bowels and stomach, suffered by himself and his monks, in consequence of the tyrannical and unjust imprisonment they had sustained.
For this we had an excommunication
read against the man, when next we saw our holy father at Avignon; but as we had not his name, and knew nothing of him, save that he rode a dapple-gray roussin, I have feared sometimes that the blight may have settled upon the wrong man."
When he made his final remark, he flung his night-cap to the foot of the bed, as Pope Gregory did the taper when he fulminated an excommunication
; Suzanne then learned for the first time that du Bousquier wore a toupet covering his bald spot.
Nothing else to be permitted to those same vagrants the Arts, on pain of excommunication
. Nothing else To Be--anywhere!
Theologian Andreas Pitsillides has asked the Holy Synod of the Church of Cyprus to review the 2015 decision for his excommunication
arguing it was not in line with regulations, reports said on Thursday.