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Apart from the single assembly at Oude Niedorp they never attempted to create supralocal organs to promote the interests of the region as a whole. 48 In the administrative center of Holland, The Hague, the North Hollanders rarely put in an appearance. The provincial States, the States of Holland and West Friesland to give them their ofﬁcial name, grew over the half-century before the revolt into a self-conscious body politic,49 but the towns of the Northern Quarter took no part in that process.
36 There were hardly any noblemen, but all the more plebeians. ”37 By sixteenth34 Van Gelder, Geschiedenis der Latijnsche school. ” 36 Cited from the Dutch translation of 1700: Opmeer, Martelaarsboek, 19, and Opmeer, Historia martyrum, 11. 37 Opmeer, Martelaarsboek, 20 and Opmeer, Historia martyrum, 12: “Nobilitas ei praecipue invisa, censu et divitiis cuiusque dignitatem metiuntur, virtuteque excellentes viros aegre ferunt. ” 35 22 • Chapter Two century standards, therefore, the Northern Quarter was a rather egalitarian society, and the baneful consequences were obvious to everyone.
The dissidents thus denied the central Roman Catholic dogma of the real presence, the doctrine that Christ is really present in the bread and wine that the priest consecrates on the altar. 27 They wanted to remain inside the existing Church and reform it from within. What then did these critical Catholics believe in? Although it is difﬁcult to generalize about the ideas of the Sacramentarians, who remained wholly unconfessional, their criticisms of existing institutions and cus22 CD, V, 176. CD, V, 148; Voets, “Hervorming,” II, 6–7.