"Revocato consensu," writes the Bishop of Nevers, a moderate prelate, who regrets the obstinacy of the nuncios.
The nuncios were distracted at seeing this edict, the fruit of so many intrigues, producing so little effect.
The 'creatures' were the papal legates and nuncios and all their belongings, who were plundering England without shame.
The two nuncios were aware that nothing more was to be expected from Frederick, now invested with supreme power in the empire.
On the Elector, therefore, the nuncios proceeded to try their wiles, and the power of their eloquence.
News of the reply which the Elector had given to the nuncios having reached Wittemberg, Luther's friends were overjoyed.
The nuncios multiplied their intrigues, while the princes of Germany spoke out boldly.
The nuncios were always endeavoring to extend their jurisdiction and required to be watched to avert greater evils.
The Irish chiefs were all afraid to confer with the nuncios, or even to secure them a safe passage out of the island.
The Pope's nuncios, the parliamentary deputies, and those of the university were present.