The French king's edict upon the declaration made by the clergy of France, of their opinion concerning the ecclesiastical power: wherein is set forth, that the King is independent in things temporal, that general councils are above the Pope, that the Popes power is to be limited by the antient canons, that the Popes decisions are not infallible without the consent of the Church. Together with the said declaration of the clergy as they were registered in the Parliament of Paris, the 23 of March 1682.
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