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In ancient Anahuac the prelacy was as systematic and its rules as well defined, as in the Church of Rome.
Prelacy and Popery are both corrupt systems, though not equally.
Prel′atism, Prel′ature, prelacy: the time during which a prelate exercises authority; Prel′atist, an upholder of prelacy.
The very Highlanders whom he now summoned to extirpate Prelacy he had a few years before summoned to defend it.
They were, with few exceptions, hostile to Prelacy; and they showed their hostility in a way very little to their honour.
Prelacy is little else than Popery modified; Popery in another dress, trained and taught to speak a softer dialect.
These anti-Covenanters stood with the king in his effort to foist Prelacy upon the people.
There was public indignation likewise against Prelacy, for by it the king was inspired and upheld.
That is a rare blow which you have struck into the ribs of Prelacy, good Master Healing.
MICAH CLARKEARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
It was during his prelacy that the basis of all future relations of church and state was established.

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