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Strangers and Sojourners at Port Royal

Being an Account of the Connections between the British Isles and the Jansenists of France and Holland

Paperback Engels 2014 9781107418547
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Originally published in 1932, this book presents an account of the connections between Jansenism and Britain. Using a broad range of material, the text discusses the various ways in which British people came into contact with Jansenism, both at home and abroad. Illustrative figures, a chronology and bibliography are also included. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in Jansenism and European history.


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Preface; Chronology; The five propositions; The formulary of Alexander VII; 1. Early days; 2. In and about Port Royal; 3. Port Royal and the exiles (1647–56); 4. Port Royal and the exiles (cont.) (1656–60); 5. Les Bénédictines Anglaises; 6. Ludovic Stuart d'Aubigny and his French friends; 7. Aubigny and the Cardinalate; 8. 'The mysterie of Jesuitisme' and other translations; 9. News from abroad (1664–1714); 10. 'The better kind of Papists'; 11. The English Roman Catholics and Jansenism (seventeenth century); 12. The English Roman Catholics and Jansenism (eighteenth century). The English College at Douay; 13. L'affaire des Hibernois. Friends at Rome. Wadding and Nolan; 14. Ireland and Jansenism; 15. Arnauld and England. The royal family at Saint-Germain; 16. The Innes family and the Collège des Ecossais. Scottish Jansenists; 17. The Saint-Germain colony; 18. Latter day friends; A letter of ordination from Bishop Fagan; A note on a pseudo M. de Luzancy; A list of books connected with Port Royal and Jansenism, being seventeenth- and eighteenth-century English books, or translations from French into English, or books published in England; Authorities; Index.

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