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DE LAGRANGE CHANOINE Nouvelle dissertation sur le canonicat ad effectum : explication du paragraphe second, titre cinq du concordat [...]

DE LAGRANGE CHANOINE

Nouvelle dissertation sur le canonicat ad effectum : explication du paragraphe second, titre cinq du concordat [...]

de l'imprimerie de Joseph Dalles., à Toulouse 1773, in-folio (20,5x32cm), (4) 21pp., broché.


Rare first edition, absent from libraries.
The canonicate is synonymous with chanoinie. Canon De Lagrange wanted to obtain the benefits of his function, and since his canonicate was ad effectum he could not obtain the benefits. The canonicate ad effectum is in fact only the spiritual and not temporal charge of the canonicate, that is to say which does not allow to obtain a prebend. ly, the pope appointed canons in newly created parishes which did not yet have a temporal income, but the Council of Trent abolished these prerogatives. Lagrange's skillful strategy is that his work on the delicate issue of canonicat ad effectum can help him in his projects (alleviate his exile, intervene with the king and recover the money invested in justice), and it is only after a long dissertation he will come to present his case, and finally the object of the work. Convinced of the legitimacy of his position (obtaining the benefits linked to his office), the author asked the courts to rule on his case, which is why he was exiled from Tarbes. It seems that the author had himself printed this text with the aim of autograph dedication of the author it to the competent authorities, perhaps the Pope, which would explain why we do not find a copy in libraries. At the end of the text, last page, ex dono manuscript: Delagrange canon of Tarbes.
Our copy is presented paperback, the notebooks being linked together by a thin red ribbon, with two stitches.

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