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College no longer consulted by the
Pope at the, 32.

D.

Death of Alexander VI., 172.

Alexander VII., 339.

Adrian VI., 189.

Benedict IX., 89.

Clement IX., 346.

Gregory XI., 105.

Gregory XV., 302.

Innocent VIII., 170.

Innocent X., 330.

Marcellus II., 204.

Martin V., 133.

Paul II., 156.

Paul III., 204.

Paul V., 297.

Pius II., 154.

Pius III., 174.

Pius IV, 241.

Pius V, 259.

Sixtus TV., 164.

Olympia Maidalchini, Inno-
cent X.'s sister-in-law, from the
plague, 336.

De Brosses's Letters from Italy (1739),
378.

Decadence of the despotic power of the
Popes, 390, 391.

Decreo of Nicholas II. on Papal elec-
tions, 13.

St. Hilarius (461), 8.

St. Symmachus (499), 8.

Democratic professions of the Catholic
Church, 5.

Deposition of Cardinal de Coligny, by

Pius IV, 50.
Difference between Cardinals and Car-
dinal deacons, 21.
Different classes of Popes, 78. '"*

Differing ecclesiastical rank of the early

cardinals, 16.
Dislike of Rome to Adrian VI., 191.
Dismay in Conclave after the election

of Pius V, 258.
Dismay of Home at the election of

Adrian VI., 188.
Dissensions in the Sacred College, on

the accession of Charles D'Anjou to

the Italian throne, 60.
Dual Papacy, a, 127.
Duration of the Middle Ages, 75.

Early method of Papal election, 7.
Early requisites for the validity of a

Papal election, 57, 58.
Eighteen different methods of Papal

election chronicled by Moroni, 10. -"
Election by " accessit," 409.

"acclamation," 218, 219.

"adoration," 218, 219.

, compromise, first instance

of, 63.

"inspiration," 218, 219.

"scrutiny," 409.

Election of Adrian V., 83.

Adrian VI., 188.

Alexander V., 126.

Alexander VI., 171."

Alexander VII., 334.

Benedict XII., 96.

Benedict XIV., 387.

Calistus III., 144.

Clement VI., 96.

Clement VII., 190, 196.

Clement IX., 340.

Clement X., 376.

Eugenius IV., 133.

Giovanni XXIU., 128.

Gregory XI., 101.

Gregory XII., 126.

Grogory XV., 298.

Innocent V., 82.

Innocent VI., 97.

Innocent VIII., 168.

Innocent X., 323.

Julius II., 178.

Julius III., 211.

Leo X., 183.

Marcellus II., 221.

Martin V., 57, 132

Nicholas V, 141.

Paul II., 156.

—: Paul III., 197.

Paul IV., 228.

Paul V., 291.

Pius II., 151.

Pius III., 174.

Election of Pius IV., 210.

Pius V., 257.

Sixtus IV., 156.

Urban V., 99.

Urban VI., 113.

Urban VIII., 311.

"— Urban VI., curious intri-

gues at the, 109—117.
Emptiness of the Papal treasury at the

death of Leo X., 185.
End of tho " Babylonish Captivity " at

Avignon, 105." Middle Ages" period of

the Papacy, 198.
Eugenius IV., dying speech of, 134.
Examination of the dinner provided

for Cardinals in Conclave, 415.
Excommunication of the Colonnas by

Eugenius IV., 133.
Extravagance of Pietro Riario, Sixtus

IV.'s nephew, 161, 162.

Fall of the Eastern Empire, 142.

Fatalitv of "Celestinus" as a Papal
title,' 88.

Fifty churches after which tho Cardi-
nals are designated, 20.

Final definition of the rank of Cardi-
nals, 16.

First entry of the Cardinals into chapel
during a Conclave, 410.

First Pope elected without the inter-
vention of Roman clergy and people,
56.

First "scrutiny" at a Conclave, 411.

traces of the Sacred College, 17.

r Food prescribed for Cardinals during
'Conclave, 66, 67.

G.
Gregory XIV., 260.'

and Bonifacio Vanozzi, 26,

27.
Gregory XV.'s constitutions regulating
Conclave proceedings, 299.

- the twenty rules of, 401,402,

403.

II.

Hereditary "Custodes" of the Con-
claves, 87.

Heresy of Cardinal de Coligny, 49.

Cardinal Moroni accused of,

(1557), 251.

Hypocrisy of Spondanus, the French
ecclesiastical historian, 71.

I.

Imperial veto at the election of Paul

IV., disregard of the, 229.
Imprisonment of Cardinals by the.

Peruvians at the election of Hono-

rius III., 58.

Cardinals by the

Romans at tho election of Gregory
IX., 59.

Inaccessibility, of Cardinals during
Conclave, 65.

Infirm Cardinals, method of voting
prescribed for, 422.

Innocent V.'s achievements as a
preacher, 83.

Innocent VII. repudiates the oaths
taken by him before election, 126.

Innocent XI., 388.

Inquisition, re-establishment by Paul
IV. of the, 231.

Interregnum after the death of Cle-
ment V., long, 95.

after the death of Inno-
cent VIII., 171.

Intrigues of the Cardinal of Rouen at
the Conclave of 1458, 146, 147.

Intrigues at the Conclave assembled
after the death of Paul III., 206—
211.

Julius III., nonentity of the character
of, 212.

L.

Last of tho French Popes, 101.

"instance of election as Pope of a

Cardinal absent from Conclave, 69. instance of election of a Pope,

not a Cardinal, 69. ***
Later modifications of the constitutions

of Gregory X., 88.
Leo XI., 261.
Letter of Boniface I. to the Empress

Honorius, 8.
List of Popes between 1271 and 1549,

80.
"Lo Ammette al duplice amplesso,"

42.
Long papacy of Adrian I., 86. *"

Pius VII., 86.

Longest Papal interregnum on record,

60.

Magnificence of Boniface VIII., 89.
Marcillus II., brief reign of, 222.
Minute ceremonial at the reception of
new Cardinals, 39, 40, 41.

Mode of procedure at the " scrutiny,"

418.
Modern exception to the rule requiring

a Conclave, 87.
Mortality among Cardinals in Conclave,

84.
Mortality among Cardinals after the

Conclave that elected Urban VIII.,

312, 313. -.

Mozetta, the, 41. r^

Naivete of Cancellicri, the ecclesiastical

historian, 85.

Cardinal Rohan, 381.

the mediaeval religious mind,

70.
Nepotism of Urban VIII., 22.
Nicholas V., beneficent reign of, 142,

143.
Novol method of election decreed by

the Council of Constance, 128.

O.

Oath taken by the Cardinals at the
election of Innocent VII., 126.

Objection of the Cardinals to secret
nominations to their order, 25.

Oligarchic policy of the Catholic
Church, 6.

Olympia Maidalchini, sister-in-law to
Innocent X., influence and corrup-
tion of, 325—330.

death of, 336.

Origin of the term Cardinal, 14. ..

Original number of tho Cardinals, 18.^

Outrages committed in Rome at the
death of Sixtus IV, 165, 166.

Papal disregard of precedent as to the
age of new Cardinals, 48, 49.

elections gradually confined to

tho Sacred College, 54—57.

Parentage of Francisco della Rovere
(Sixtus IV.), 157.

Patronage in the old Roman world,
40.

Paul III., the last of a particular group
of Popes, 79.

Paul IV., the first of a new epoch, 79.

character of, 230.

Permanent basis of Conclave legisla-
tion, 72.

Petitions addressed to Clement VI. by
the Romans, 97.

Piccolomini Chapel, frescoes represent-
ing the entry of Pius II. into An-
cona in the, 154.

Popes elected without a Conclave, 84. x

who reigned during the " Baby-
lonish captivity," 94.

Post-scrutiny, the, 426.

Prediction of the early death of Adrian
V., 84.

Presentation of new Cardinals to the
Pope, 41.

Pressure put on the Conclave at Viterbo
by the citizens, 61.

Proceedings consequent upon the death
of a Cardinal in Conclave, 406.

Prophecy of St. Bridget as to the early
death of Urban V., 100.

Q.

Quiet condition of Romo under Martin
V., 133.

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Sacred College in 1660, increasing

power of the, 339.
Sala Rogia (Vatican), extraordinary

scenes in the, 285.
Scale of payments in Conclave drawn

up by Clement XII., 404.
Scandalous election of Clement V., 92. -

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Schedule, or voting paper, 419.
Schism caused by the severe morality

of Urban VI., 121.
Scrutiny, eight acts of the, 421-424.
, Self-election of John XXII., 95.
'"Serenisaima Joanna," the friend of

the Holy See, 109.
"Sfumata," the, 413.
Sham investiture of Cardinal Orsini at

the Conclave that elected Urban VI.,

"ad placandum populum," 114.
Simomacal elections, 70, 71. practices at the election of

Innocent VIII., 168.
Sistine and Faoline Chapels, hostile

camps in the, 286-289.
Six sees after which the Cardinals arc

designated, 19.
Sixtus IV., nepotism of, 160, 161.
Sixtus V., 260.
Social position of cardinals in the

Roman world, 29.
"Soggelti Papabili," twenty-one, 347.
Superstition as to the length of the

Papal reign, 85.
Suspected poisoning of Leo X., 184. **"

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Third Lateral Council, 57.

"Thrones" of the Cardinals during

scrutiny, 411.
Time allowed for preparation for a

modem Conclave, 396.
Transfer of the Papal Sec to Avignon

by Clement V., 93.
Trifling origin of the thirty-nino

years' schism (1378-1417), 131.
Turbulence of the Romans during tho

election of Urban VI., 113.
Twenty rules of Gregory XV., the,

401, 402, 403.

U.

Unanimous election of Benedict IX.,

89.
Urban VI. imprudently quits Rome for

Tivoli, 122.
Urban VII., 260.
Urban VIII., reign and works of, 314.

Vatican, great size of the, 397.
Vestments worn by Cardinals in Con^'

clave, 410.
Veto, imperial, disregard of the, 229.
Visito di calore, 35.

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Terms of the prormJgation of tho
election of Gregory VII., 9.

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