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CONTENTS.

ARTICLE II.

ARTICLE III.

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ARTICLE IV.

ARTICLE V.

subsequent history, 96. Benedictine monasteries at St. Malo's and Paris,

98. In Germany, 100. Establishment of benedictine nuns at Brussels,

102. At Cambray, 103. At Ghent, ibid. Its foundation and subsequent

history, 104. Names of

Augustinian nuns at Louvain,

ibid. Jesuitesses, 108. Their conduct is impeached, 109. Their nego-

tiations at Rome, ibid. And pecuniary difficulties, 110. Their institute

is suppressed, 111. Convent of poor clares at Gravelines, ibid. At Brus-

sels, 112. Establishment of Theresians at Antwerp, ibid. Its foundation,

ibid. Contest of the nuns with the friars of the same order, 113. The

house is placed under the superintendence of the bishop, 114. Edifying

character of the religious, 115. Their names, ibid. Franciscan friars at

Douay, 116. The English province of the order restored, 117. Franciscan

nuns at Gravelines and other places, ibid. Establishments of jesuits, 118.

At Louvain, ibid. At Watten, ibid. At Liege, 119. Sketch of the esta-

blishment of those houses, ibid. "House of the Third Probation" at Ghent,

120. Scots' colleges at Paris and Douay, 121. English college at Lisbon,

123. The jesuits seek to obtain it, 129. It is confirmed to the clergy, 130.

The fathers continue to obstruct the design of the founder, ibid. But are

compelled to desist, 131. The house is erected, ibid. Further opposition

from the fathers, ibid. The foundation is completed, ibid. Sketch of the

situation, 132. Arras college, in the university of Paris, 133. Projected in

opposition to a protestant college at Chelsea, ibid. Its foundation and ob-

jects, 135. Appointment of the bishop of Chalcedon, 137. Nature of his

jurisdiction, ibid. Institution of the chapter, 138.

ARTICLE VI.

ADDITIONAL ARTICLE I.

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