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tenets : but at last he became one of those who subscribed his coiidemtialion.
There was one Damasas, a clergyman of Rome, whom Liberius i;ad fnade his
vicar, and given him several preferments. Upon the flealh of Liberius, Damasus
and Ursicinus, another of the Roiuan presbyteis, were competitors for the suc-
cession ; and they were both chosen bishop of liome by their diflerent pai-ties.
This occasioned dreadful tumults. (Damasus in one of these, at the head of his
partizans, beset the church of Liberius, where were many of Ursicinus' party as-


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