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Both hands are wrapped up in ornamented gloves, which were an essential part of the prelatic dress.
The Prelatic party henceforth held the power and ruled the Church with a high hand.
In his early life he accepted the Prelatic creed and entered the ministry in favor with the party.
That the administration of the Church shall be, to some extent, according to the Prelatic form.
Prelatic ministers were sent to fill the 400 vacant pulpits, but the people refused to hear them.
But he did not long enjoy his judicial and prelatic dignities, as he was seized with fever, and died in the month of April 1566.
Life in papal Rome and prelatic England was weighed down with blossoming luxury.
Emerson says he was a notorious thief and procured his prelatic honors by fraud.
Efforts to obtain redress from grievances inflicted by the prelatic party.
The western counties distinguished themselves by their opposition to the prelatic system.

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