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The written notices signed by the appellants prior to the hearing were therefore not accepted.
Thereupon four bishops appealed against it to a general council; and the country became divided into "appellants" and "acceptants" (1717).
The regent's disreputable minister, Cardinal Dubois, patched up an abortive truce in 1720, but the appellants promptly "re-appealed" against it.
In October 1997 the Appellants installed a water closet in room 15, connecting it to the existing drainage system, surrounded by curtains.