Jesuits Biography Early Works To 1800 : The nevv design of the Papists detected: or, An answer to the last speeches of the five Jesuits lately executed. : Viz, Tho. White alias Whitebread, William Harcourt alias Harrison, John Gavan alias Gawen, Anthony Turner and John Fenwick. / By Ezrael Tongue, D.D.; Tonge, Ezerel,
Jesuits Early Works To 1800 : A letter from a Jesuite: or, The mysterie of equivocation : Being the copy of a letter of recommendation, seeming much in favour of the bearer, but by different reading, rendred of quite contrary signification. Lately discovered by the person who was thereby abused, and now made publik for general satisfaction. With allowance.; Hess, Johannes Armondus de.
Jesuits Education : The Jesuits and globalization : historical legacies and contemporary challenges / [edited by] Thomas Banchoff and Jose Casanova.
Jesuits England Herefordshire Early Works To 1800 : A short narrative of the discovery of a colledge of Jesuits, at a place called the Come, in the county of Hereford : which was sent up unto the Right Honourable the Lords assembled in Parliament, at the end of the last sessions, by the Right Reverend Father in God, Herbert, Lord Bishop of Hereford, according to an order sent unto him by the said Lords, to make diligent search, and return an account thereof : to which is added a true relation of the knavery of Father Levvis, the pretended Bishop of Landaffe, now a prisoner in Monmouth Goal [sic].; Croft, Herbert,
Jesuits France Paris History 16th Century : The Jesuite displayed. : Containing the original and proceedings of the Iesuites, togither [sic] with the fruites of their doctrine. Openly discoursed in an oration against them made in the Parliament house of Paris / by one Maister Pasquier in that action aduocate for the Vniuersitie there, against the Iesuites plaintifes in that court. ; Faithfully translated out of French, by E[dward]. A[ggas].; Pasquier, Etienne,
Jesuits History 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : By the king. : Whereas during our stay in that our kingdome, we were euer carefull of the aduancing of true religion, and of the suppressing of all contrarie professors: and hauing for that purpose cause make many seuerall statutes, acts, and proclamations, aswell against Iesuits, seminarie priests, and excommunicate papists as gainst their resetters and interteiners ...; Scotland.
Jesuits Humour : St. Ignatius's ghost, appearing to the Jesuits; : upon the King's signing the act against the growth of popery. A satyr.
Jesuits In Great Britain : The great bragge and challenge of M. Champion a Jesuite : co[m]monlye called Edmunde Campion, latelye arriued in Englande, contayninge nyne articles here seuerallye laide downe, directed by him to the lordes of the Counsail / co[n]futed & aunswered by Meredith Hanmer ...; Campion, Edmund,
Jesuits Japan : Lettera annua del Giappone dell' anno 1624. English. Selections; Rodrigues, João,
Jesuits Loyalty : An answer to three treatises publisht under the title of The Jesuites loyalty
Jesuits Mexico History : Gonzalo de Tapia (1561-1594) : founder of the first permanent Jesuit mission in North America.; Shiels, W. Eugene
Jesuits Missions Brazil : The inconstancy of the Indian soul : the encounter of Catholics and cannibals in 16th-century Brazil / Eduardo Viveiros de Castro ; translated by Gregory Duff Morton.; Castro, Eduardo Batalha Viveiros de.
Jesuits Montana : Recollections of the Flathead mission : containing brief observations, both ancient and contemporary, concerning this particular nation / by Gregory Mengarini ; translated and edited with a biographical introd. by Gloria Ricci Lothrop.; Mengarini, Gregorio,
Jesuits Scotland Early Works To 1800 : By the king. : Whereas during our stay in that our kingdome, we were euer carefull of the aduancing of true religion, and of the suppressing of all contrarie professors: and hauing for that purpose cause make many seuerall statutes, acts, and proclamations, aswell against Iesuits, seminarie priests, and excommunicate papists as gainst their resetters and interteiners ...; Scotland.
Jesus : Ecclesiastical history epitomiz'd : Containing a faithful account of the birth, life, and doctrine; crucifixion and ascension of the Holy Jesus. With the lives of the apostles, evangelists, and primitive Fathers, and other famous men in the Christian Church, both antient and modern, who have couragiously confessed, and suffer'd glorious martyrdoms and persecutions under several tyrannical governours, both heathenish and Romish. Continued to the Reformation, and since deduc'd to this present age. Collected by J. S. gent. Part the first.; J. S.