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After his elevation to the Cardinalate the prince gave orders for his suitable conveyance to the Papal Court.
SAINT BONAVENTUREREV. FR. LAURENCE COSTELLOE, O.F.M.
He wore the scarlet robe, the extraordinary hat, the immensely thick gold ring of the cardinalate, in a railway carriage.
IRELAND AS IT ISROBERT JOHN BUCKLEY (AKA R.J.B.)
No sooner was the terrible reply of Henry to his promotion to the cardinalate made known than the conclave was instantly summoned.
But though he seemed upon the point of touching the highest ecclesiastical dignity, La Casa was never promoted to the Cardinalate.
His relations with Giulia were a good deal altered by the cardinalate.
The thirteen signed by order of seniority in the cardinalate.
He died in 1638, just as the cardinalate was to be conferred upon him.
Men of the lowest condition have been elevated to the cardinalate.
CINQ MARS, COMPLETEALFRED DE VIGNY
About the middle of the century, the merits of the Inquisitor Nicholas Roselli earned him the cardinalate.
A few years later, under Gregory X., he was raised to the cardinalate and appointed bishop of Albano.

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