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Trinity Brothers :
16687 ANDRADE (Alonso de) Vidas de S. Juan de Mata y S. Felix de

Valois, fundadores de la Religion de la Trinidad, Redencion de
Cautivos, sm. 4to. vellum, 10s

Madrid, 1668 The philanthropy of this order, founded early in the thirteenth century, serves like the learning of the Benedictines, to redeem the name of the monks

from general condemnation. Jesuits: 16688 ALEGAMBE (Philippi) Heroes et victimæ charitatis Societatis Jesu

(1539-1647); extremum decennium (1648-57) adiecit Ioannes Nadassi, 4to. calf, £2. 10s

Romce, 1658 16689 CABINET JESUITIQUE, contenant plusieurs pièces tres

curieuses ... avec un recueil des Mysteres de l'Eglise Romaine -Legende veritable de Jean Le Blanc--2 vols. in 1, 16mo. engraved and printed titles, with some curious plates, fine copy in red morocco extra, gilt edges, by Derome, from the Beckford library, £15. 15$

Cologne, 1678 A rare and curious little volume, quite perfect and in the most desirable condition. It contains not only a prose summary of everything objectionable in the doctrine and practice of the Jesuits, but also a number of satirical pieces in verse, some of which are more than free, and are appropriately illustrated by the plates. The book is one of the Elzevirian annexes, and is

believed to have been printed by Waesberghe at Amsterdam. 16690 CARADEUC DE LA CHALOTAIS (Louis-René de) Compte rendu des

Constitutions des Jésuites, 1-5 Décembre 1761-Second Compte rendu sur l'appel comme d'abus des Constitutions des Jesuites,

21-24 Mai 1762—2 vols. in 1, 12mo. fine copy in calf, 24s 1762 16691

Comptes rendus, précédés d'une introduction et d'une notice historique par Joffrés, 8vo. half russia, 10s Paris, 1826

The original edition is rare, having been destroyed by the Jesuits during the period of their triumph. They succeeded in taking a bitter revenge against La Chalotais, who underwent imprisonment and ten years' persecution

for having done his duty as a magistrate. 16692 CARDIM (P. A. F.) Fasciculus e JAPPONICIS floribus, suo adhuc

madentibus sanguine compositus, 87 portraits, 4 prel. II. wanting, Romce, 1646—CARDIM, Catalogus Regularium et Secularium, qui in JAPPONIÆ Regno usque a fundata ibi ecclesia a S. Francisco Xavierio, in odium Christianæ fidei violenta morte sublati sunt, ib. 1646 ; in 1 vol. sm. 4to. old calf gilt, £2. 16s

1646 16693 COLIN (Francisco). Labor Evangelica, ministerios apostolicos

de los obreros de la Compañia de Iesvs, fundacion y progressos de sv provincia en las islas Filippinas, parte primera sacada de los MSS. de Pedro Chirino, sm. folio, map, title mended, vellum,

Madrid, 1663 16694 CRASSET, Histoire de l'Eglise du Japon, 2 vols. 4to. plates, calf, 20s

Paris, 1715 From its creation by St. Francis Xavier, about the middle of the sixteenth century to the middle of the seventeenth, when it was extinguished by a

general martyrdom. 16695 CRÉTINEAU-JOLY, Histoire de la Compagnie de Jesus, 6 vols. 12mo. sd. 12s

Bruxelles, 1851 16696 DAURIGNAC (J. M. S.) Histoire de la Compagnie de Jesus, 2 vols. 12mo. sd. 28 6d

Paris, 1862

rare, £3. 15s

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16698 FOLEY (Henry) Records of the English Province of the

Society of Jesus : historic facts illustrative of the labours and
sufferings of its members in the sixteenth and seventeenth
centuries, 12 series in 5 vols.; Diary and Pilgrimbook ; General
Statistics, Collectanea, Catalogue of Aliases, Addenda, 2 vols.-
together 8 vols. thick 8vo. numerous portraits in photographic
reproductions, cloth, £9.

16699 GEE (John) The Foot out of the Snare, with a detection of

sundry late practices and impostures of the Priests and Jesuits :
whereunto is added a Catalogue of such bookes as have been
vented within two yeeres last past in London, by the Priests and
their Agents, 1624-THE JESUITS DOWNEFAL . : . together with

the Life of Father Parsons, an English Jesuite, Oxford, 1642—
Rous (Francis) Testis Veritatis of King James
discouery of the grounds . . . of Arminianisme, 1626-ADVER-
TISEMENT to Jury-men touching Witches, 1653 - and other
pieces, in 1 vol. sm. 4to. hf. bd. £4.

16700 GORDON (J.) of Glencat, Memoirs, wherein the delusions of

Popery are laid open, 2 parts in 1 vol. plates, calf, 88 6d 1734

Gordon was brought up and ordained at the Scottish Catholic College,

in Paris, but returned to Scotland and recanted.
16701 GUZMAN (Luis de) Historia de las Missiones que han hecho los

religiosos de la Compañia de Iesvs . . . en la India Oriental, y
en los reynos de la China y Iapon, 2 vols. sm. folio, a leaf of

index wanting at end of Vol. I, vellum, £2. 10s Alcalá, 1601
16702 INTRIGUES secrettes des Jesuites, 1729_Second Memoire pour

Mm. les Pp., juste idée des Jesuites-Constitution Unigenitus,
MS.-Mandement de l'eveque de Montpellier ... appel de la
constitution, 1717 – Mandement du Cardinal de Noailles, 1718–
Apologie des Curez de Paris contre l'ordonnance de l'Archeveque
de Reims [par Boursier], 1717—Temoignage des curez de Paris
au sujet de la constitution Unigenitus, 1717Témoignage du
Clergé, 1717–Justification des Curés de Paris, 1730—Questions
importantes sur les matieres du tems, 1727—(Petitpied) Remon-
trances des Curés de Paris, 1727—Lettre de Curés au Cardinal
de Noailles, 1727—Lettre de l'Eveque d'Auxerre, 1720-Declara-
tion du Cardinal de Noailles, 1728 – Mandement du Cardinal
de Noailles, 1728—Reflexions sur l'Ordonnance-Remontrances
des Fideles de Paris à l'Archeveque, 1729-Temoignage des
Camaldules, 1729–Protestation des Chartreux-and several
other pieces on the same subject in 1 vol. 4to. calf, £4. 4s

16703 JÉSUITES (LES) MARCHANDS, Usuriers et Usurpateurs par G. de
N. 8vo. hf. morocco, 16s

Paris, 1824 16704 LETTRES EDIFIANTES et curieuses écrites des Missions

étrangères, 26 vols. 12mo. muny maps, calf, £2. Paris, 1780-83 16705



26 vols. 1780-83-Extrait des nouvelles des Missions, 1784, 1787-88, 2 vols. 1785-89-together 28 vols. 12mo. calf, £2. 10s


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JESUITS—continued. 16706 LETTRES EDIFIANTES et curieuses écrites des Missions étrangères, 26 vols. calf, gilt backs, 1780-83—NOUVELLES

LETTRES Edifiantes des Missions, 8 vols. 1818-23-together 34 vols. 12mo. hf. calf, £3. 16s

1780-1823 The “ Nouvelles Lettres" give the continuation from 1767 to 1820, besides some previously unpublished matter of an earlier date.

It is easy to forgive the proselytizing spirit of the Catholic missionaries in view of this magnificent contribution to our knowledge of the history and

geography of the globe. The Church may well be proud of the Lettres Edifiantes. 16707 LOCKMAN'S Travels of the JESUITS into various parts of the World, 2 vols. 8vo. maps, calf, 10s

1762 Derived from the Lettres Edifiantes. 16708 MAFFEII (Joannis Petri) HISTORIARUM INDICARUM libri XVI;

selectarum item ex India epistolarum eodem interprete libri IV; acc. Ign. Loiola vita, folio, LARGE PAPER, old crimson morocco, with ornamental gilt borders, gilt and gauffred edges, from the Sunderland library, £6. 6s

Florent. P. Juncta, 1588 Copies on Large Paper are very rare, and give the book an aspect of

dignity to suit its intrinsic importance, 16709 MORE. Historia Provinciæ Anglicanæ Societatis Iesv collec

tore Henrico Moro eiusdem Societatis Sacerdote, sm. folio, engraved title containing portraits of Campian, Garnet, Parsons, and Blond, calf, £10.

Audomari, 1660 RARE. The letter-press title is more explicit, and runs thus :-Historia Missionis Anglicanæ Societatis Iesv ab anno 1580 ad (16)19 et vice-Provinciæ primum, tum Provinciæ ad annum (16)35.

The work is simply invaluable for the history of the Church in England

during the reigns of Elizabeth and James. 16710 LA MORALE PRATIQUE DES JESUITES, ou elle est

representée en plusieurs Histoires, arrivées dans toutes les parties du Monde, 8 vols. 12mo. very fine copy, ruled throughout with red ink, in old French crimson morocco extra, gilt edges, partly by Boyer, £7. 108

[Amst.], 1683-82-1716—Nancy, 1735 The first and perhaps also the second volume are from the Elzevir press. 16711 NOTICIAS summarias das Persecuiçoes da Missam de Cochinchina, sm. folio, old calf, 30s

Lisboa, 1700 16712 PASCAL (Blaise) Lettres à un Provincial, avec une notice par Villemain, 8vo. portrait, sd. 5s

Paris, 1829 16713 REQUESTE, PROCES VERBAUX, et Advertissemens faits à la

diligence de Monsieur le Recteur, et par l'ordre de l'Université pour faire condamner une doctrine pernicieuse & prejudiciable à la societé humaine, & particulierement à la vie des Rois, enseignée au College de Clairmont detenu par les Jesuites à Paris ; avec la Response de l'Université à l'Apologie pour les

Jesuites, 9 parts in 2 vols. 12mo. hf. calf, £2. Paris, 1643-44 16714 RHODES (Alessandro de) Relazione de' felici successi della

Santa Fede... nel regno di Tunchino, sm. 4to. very large copy, with rough leaves, in old French green morocco, gilt edges, from the Beckford library, Hamilton Palace, £3. 3s · Roma, 1650

The first and still one of the most important books—if not the most important—upon Tonquin and Cochin-China, the Annamite Empire upon which the eyes of the West are now gazing with so much interest and curicsity.

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JESUITS—continued. 16715 [ALEXANDRE DE RHODES] Divers Voyages de la Chine,

et autres royaumes de l'Orient, 3 parts in 1 vol. sm. 4to. vellum, fine copy, 20s

Paris, 1684 The only complete edition of the Travels of this celebrated Missionary. Whatever glory attaches to the task of encountering danger and death for the purpose of converting heathen nations, belongs preeminently to the Church of Rome. English churchmen takes pride in the achievements of their Scripture Readers, but in disinterested self-sacrifice, and in plenitude of success, the

Jesuit and other missionaries of Catholicity have never had rivals or equals. RICCI—see TRIGAUTIUS. 16716 TANNER (Mathiæ Societas Jesu usque ad sanguinis et vitæ pro

fusionem militans in Europa, Asia, Africa, et America
Deo, Fide, Ecclesia ... folio, about 200 fine and large engravings
of scenes of suffering and martyrdom, by Melchior Küsell, fine
copy in the original stamped pigskin, with the arms outside and
the bookplate inside of Joseph Abbat of Ursperg, £10. Pragæ, 1675

The last 116 pp. contain the portion relating to America. 16717

die Gesellschafft Jesu ... in die Teutsche Sprach übersetzet, folio, with the same engravings as in the Latin edition, vellum, £5.

Prag, 1683 16718 THEOLOGIE MORALE des Iesuites et nouveaux Casvistes, repre

sentée par leur pratique & par leurs liures : condamnée par Censures, Decrets, etc. nouvellement combattue par les Curez de France, et censurée, 5 parts in 1 vol. 12mo. old red morocco gilt, gilt edges, by Padeloup, £2.

Cologne, Nicolas Schoute [Elzevir] 1659 “Un vrai chef d'auvre des presses des Elzévier.”--MS. note.

The authorship is assigned by Barbier to Antoine Arnauld or his friend Hallier. The book extends to p. 494, and therefore contains all the matter

which Willems describes as missing in some copies. 16719 TRIGAUTIUS (Nicolaus) de Christiana Expeditione apud Sinas

suscepta ab Societate Iesv, ex Matthæi Riccii commentariis, sm. 4to. frontispiece and plan, fine copy in vellum, 30s

August. Vind. 1615 16720

ejusdem editio recognita, sm. 4to. frontispiece and plan, calf gilt, 14s

Lugduni, 1616 16721

de Christianis apud Iaponios triumphis, sive de gravissima persecutione ... MDCXII vsq ad annum MDCXX libri qvinq. sm. 4to. engraved title and numerous plates of martyr

doms, by Sadeler, stamped hogskin, £2. 108 Monachii, 1623 16722 XAVIER (St. Francis) Life and Letters by Henry James Coleridge, S.J., 2 vols. 12mo. bds. 4s 6d

1872 16723 LUCENA (Ioam de) Historia da Vida do padre Francisco de

Xavier e do que fizerao na India os mais Religiosos da Companhia de Iesu, sm. folio, finely engraved title, olive morocco extra, gilt edges, RARE, £5. 58

Lisboa, P. Crasbeeck, 1600 16724

Historia da Vida do padre S. Francisco de Xavier, segunda ediçam por B. J. de Souza Farinha, 4 vols. 12mo. calf, 12s

Lisboa, 1788


JESUITS—continued. 16725 XAVIER (Felippe Neri) Resumo historico de la maravillosa Vida de S. Francisco Xavier, square 12mo. woodcuts, hf. bd. 78 6d

Nova Goa, 1861 16726 BRAZ DE SA (Jose Manuel) o Apostolo das Indias S. Francisco Xavier, 8vo. printed on rice paper, with woodcuts, sd. 78 61

Nova Goa, 1878 16727 [ARNAULD] Considérations sur l'entreprise faite par Nic. Cornet,

1649– Doctrina Molinistarum-Defense de la constitution d'Innocent X contre le P. Amat (par de la Lane, 1665)Ordonnance de l'Archeveque de Paris portant comdamnation du livre Exposition de la Foy, Paris, 1698—Distinction des cinq Propositions qui regardent la Grace, 1653–Response d'un ecclésiastique de Louvain contre le livre de Jansenius, Louvain, 1650—Lettre d'un docteur de la Sorbonne, 1655–Seconde Lettre de M. Arnauld, docteur de la Sorbonne, 1655—Censure contre la Second Lettre, 1651-Lettres apologétiques de M. Arnauld, 3 parts, 1656—[Arnauld] Pernicienses consequences de la nouvelle heresie des Jesuites—and several other pieces produced by the struggle between Jansenists and Jesuits, in 1 vol. 4to. calf, VERY RARE, £4.



16728 ANTIQUITATES Ecclesiæ Orientalis Card. Barberini, L. Allatii, etc.

dissertationibus epistolicis . . cum Jo. Morini vita, 12mo. calf, 6s

Lond. 1682 16729 ECCHELLENSIS (Abrahami) Chronicon Orientale Latine, accessit Supplementum, folio, vellum, 78 6d

Venet. 1729 The original work was written in Arabic about A.D. 1250. It contains & general history which ends with the annals of the Copt Patriarchs of

Alexandria. -16730 LE QUIEN (Mich.) Oriens Christianus, in quatuor Patriarchatus

digestus, quo exhibentur Ecclesiæ, Patriarchæ, cæterique præsules totius Orientis, 3 vols. folio, maps, a leaf or two deficient at end of Index to Vol. II, and some leaves transposed in Vol. I, otherwise fine copy in old calf, £12. Parisiis, 1740

Rare and of high intrinsic value. Like some of the works published by the Benedictines, this monument of the learning of a Dominican monk exhibits such a combination of industry and knowledge that it can never be

superseded by the fruit of later researches. 16731 POLYIDIS (Theocleti) sacra Tuba Fidei . . . orthodoxæ Græcane

Orientalis Ecclesie Christi, sm. 4to. portrait and large folding plate of the monastery of Mount Athos, impressed on linen, green velvet, 258

(Brunsvige) 1736 16732 [SIMON (RICHARD)] Histoire critique de la Creance & des

coûtumes des nations du Levant, publiée par le Sr. de Moni, 12mo. hf. morocco, gilt edges, 7s 6d

Francfort, 1684 The Greeks, Nestorians, St. Thomasites, and other Oriental Christians treated carefully in succession.

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