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De Matrimonii Nullitate ex Defectu Consensus Contrahentis & Moralis. Domenico Orsaio, Domingo Ursaya.
De Matrimonii Nullitate ex Defectu Consensus Contrahentis & Moralis...

De Matrimonii Nullitate ex Defectu Consensus Contrahentis & Moralis...

"Matrimonii Nullitate ex Defectu" Orsaio, Domenico (Ursaya, Domingo, Ursaya, Domenicus). De Matrimonii Nullitate ex Defectu Consensus Contrahentis & Moralis Consensus Contrahentis & Moralis Praesentiae Parochi: Dissertatio Theologico-Legalis Dominici Ursayae, In qua Incidenter Quidem, Sed Forsan non Injucunde Agitur: De Consensus Necessitate, Illiusque Probatione; De Abolendo Usu Contrahendi Matrimonia pet Nutus, & Signa.; De Clandestinis Matrimoniis, & Duabus Speciebus Clandestinitatis; De Poenis Parochi Voluntarie Assistentis Eisdem Clandestinis Matrim.; De Necessitate, Antiquitate, & Origine Denunciationum Matrimonialium; De Testibus Deponentibus Pro, & Contra Matrimonium; De Necessitate Praesentiae Moralis Parochi in Matrimoniis; De Parocho Affectante non Audire Verba Contrahentium Matrimonium, & Remediis Circa Ilius Affectationem; De Forma Conciliari, An Possit per Aequipollens Adimpleri, & de Dubietate in Ordine ad Matrimonium, An Scilicet, & in Quo Dubio Respondendum sit pro Matrimonio. Rome: Ex Typographia Joannis Francisci Buagni, 1696. [viii], 143, [1], 39, [1] pp. Quarto (8-3/4" x 6-1/4"). Contemporary vellum. Boards lightly bowed, minor worming to rear board, vellum covering spine mostly perished from worming, cords present, boards secure, some worming to hinges, crack in text block between front endleaf and title page. Moderate toning to text, occasional faint dampstaining to foot of text block, light foxing to a few leaves. $350. * Only edition. As indicated by its title page, this treatise examines ten situations in which the nullification of a marriage is allowed under canon law. Unusual for a treatise of this kind, the author notes cases in which clerics bear some responsibility, such as conducting clandestine marriages. The main text is preceded by a series of brief essays on miscellaneous unrelated topics. One of them discusses the opinions of Aristotle and other classical authorities concerning the use of cosmetics. OCLC locates 9 copies, 2 in North America (Library of Congress, University of Pennsylvania). Ferreira-Ibarra, The Canon Law Collection of the Library of Congress 1852.

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