There was likewise a minister of the gospel whom the English bishops
had forbidden to preach, but who knew that he should have liberty both to preach and pray in the forests of America.
Oh," said Bazin, without hesitation, "now that monseigneur is a bishop
, I shall soon have my orders, or at least my dispensations.
His cortege--what we should nowadays call his staff--of bishops
and abbés invaded the estrade in his train, not without causing redoubled tumult and curiosity among the audience.
Though social and personal influence were powerful within its doors, as always in all human organizations, nevertheless the son of a serf for whom there was no other means of escape from his servitude might steal to the nearest monastery and there, gaining his freedom by a few months of concealment, might hope, if he proved his ability, to rise to the highest position, to become abbot, bishop
or perhaps even Pope.
Didn't I tell you that no chattel of the Church, no bond-slave of pope or bishop
can enter my Man-Factory?
Then my lord Bishop
of Hereford came in, last of all, to say a ponderous grace and take his seat on the other side of the Sheriff--the prelate's fat body showing up in goodly contrast to the other's lean bones.
Charles Stuart had asked that Bishop
Juxon might be permitted to visit him.
Doubtless the scrutiny the prisoner had just made of the cold, crafty, and imperious character stamped upon the features of the bishop
of Vannes was little reassuring to one in his situation, for he added, "I am better.
The first was the Bishop
of Hereford, and a fine figure he cut, I wot.
Though methinks ye merit chiding for the grievous poor courtesy with which thou didst treat the great Bishop
of Norwich the past week.
There were three Cabinet Ministers, a high official in the War Office, a bishop
, a soldier of royal blood back for a few days from the Front, and his own nephew--Granet.
What are my walls when set against the honor of Francois Poursuivant d'Amour Pelligny, champion of the Bishop