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A Manual Of Councils Of The Holy Catholic Church -Rev. Edward H. Landon. M.A.

UDVARDE (1309). Held in 1309, under Charles I., King of Hungary, and Thomas, Archbishop of Strigonia. It was decreed,

1. That the angelical salutation should be rung out at noon, or at the close of the day.

2. That the inhabitants of Buda should pay some impost which they had endeavoured to evade.

And fourthly, the constitutions of Cardinal Gentil, were read, and an order made that a copy should be sent to every prelate to use in his own diocese; the other regulations have perished.—Mansi, Supp. Tom. iii. coll. 335.

UWIENON (1375). [Concilium Unienoviense.] Held in 1375, under Jaroslov, Archbishop of Gnesne. Several statutes were drawn up for the reformation of ecclesiastical discipline, and a subsidy granted by the clergy towards the expenses of the war against the Turks.—Tom. xi. Conc. p. 2043.








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