Innocent XI.

Innocent XI., succeeded Clement X., is celebrated for his contest with Louis XIV., and as giving occasion thereby to a protest of the Gallican clergy, and a declaration on their part of what is known as the Gallican Liberties (q.v.), and for a further contest he had with Louis in regard to certain immunities claimed, to the scandal of the Church, by foreign ambassadors residing in Rome, an interference which Louis resented on behalf of his representatives among them, but, as it happened in vain.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Innocent III. * Innocents, The Holy, Feast of
Ingraham, Joseph Holt
Ingres, Jean Dominique Auguste
Ingulph
Inkermann
Inner Temple
Innes, Cosmo
Innes, Thomas (Father Innes)
Innisfail
Innocent
Innocent III.
Innocent XI.
Innocents, The Holy, Feast of
Inns of Court
Innsbruck
Ino
Inoculation
Inquisition
Insanity
Inspiration
Inspiration of the Scriptures
Inspired Idiot