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5. In the fourth century, Jerome declared the Churches of Rome and Britain to be ejusdem meriti et Sacerdotii, of the same condition, and merit, and pastoral authority.

6. The Church of Britain was subsisting in the fifth and sixth centuries, when Britain ceased to be a part of the Roman empire; and therefore was independent of the Church of Rome.

7. The Bishop of Rome derived the title and power of Universal Bishop from an emperor in the seventh century; and therefore the Church of Britain was independent of the Church of Rome, prior to the existence

of such power.

8. The Bishop of Rome attempted to establish a spiritual jurisdiction over the Church of Britain in the seventh century, which the British Bishops indignantly rejected; and therefore the Church of Britain was independent of the Church of Rome.

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5. In the fourth century, Jerome declared the Churches of Rome and Britain to be ejusdem meriti et Sacerdotii, of the same condition, and merit, and pastoral authority.

6. The Church of Britain was subsisting in the fifth and sixth centuries, when Britain ceased to be a part of the Roman empire; and therefore was independent of the Church f Rome.

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ci power of Universal Bishop from an
peror in the seventh century; and there.
re the Church of Britain was independent
be Church of Rome, prior to the existence
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