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Autograph letter signed by Cardinal de Noailles. Hunchback correspondence, tome xiii, n ° 2181. \and for me, I will fight under your orders until the last breath. Beautiful and long letter about the controversy born of the last response of bossuet to the oratorian richard simon.\(your eminence) presently returning from her visits and as the time approaches when she will see the king, it is time that I have the honor to speak to her about the treatment that is done to me. I hide the first insult to give me an exam, what five chancellors in a row, starting with m. I, I say, conceal in the design to advance the impression. It is completed; that's fine on this coast; but we move on to another insult of wanting the extermination of the examiner to be at the head.
It is, monseigneur, that I will never consent because it is an insult to all the bishops, that we want to put under that yoke, in the point that touches them the most, in. Lessential of their ministry which is faith. In truth, monseigneur, if it were only me, I could still submit to the hope that the king would do us justice. But if I abandoned the cause, it would be finished by my consent and by my example. Anysson what he had to say on that to prevent it from coming to the effect.
I'm waiting for the answer ; and I will not go to bed sooner, than I will take my side. I hope everything, after God, of the help and protection of v. That God has placed in such a great place, with so much enlightenment, piety, and credit, as to support the Church.
I will help my side and hope God will pull us out of this oppression, if we do not lose courage. If I did not, v. E would be the first to recover. It is necessary to avoid the examination with the bishops.I will make a request that I will pray v. I expect to tell her that I have a precise answer to settle the conclusion and the words.
E will prevent the king, who will not fail to prepare well against us. I hope tomorrow to have an answer and to describe more precisely a. E by my nephew whom I will follow if I can. I believe that my book will be useful mainly because, conforming in every point to your censorship, it will show the Socinian spirit in the work that it condemned. This seems to have a great effect in bringing back the most prejudiced and making everyone feel the great danger of the church.God will help us; and for me, I will fight under your orders until the last breath. You know my obedience monseigneur. Having communicated the book of r.
Simon even before it was put on sale, hunchback, having made remarks, was preparing to give to the public preceded by censorship. At the beginning of October 1702, while his book, instructions on the New Testament version, was already in the press, he learned that the Chancellor of Pontchartrain intended to submit him to the examination of an official censor.Although feeling the blame that was made to him, hunchback decided not to protest. When Pontchartrain demanded that the censor's approval be printed at the head of the work, Bossuet consented again.
But having learned that the affair was rumored and fearing to be accused of allowing the rights of the episcopate to be violated in his person, he turned back on his word and begged his superior, Cardinal de Noailles, to obtain from the King the dispensation from complying with the Chancellor's demands. The item \collection\The seller is \This item can be delivered anywhere in the world.