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Author: Rodrigues, Joäao, 1558-1633.
Title: The palme of Christian fortitude. Or The glorious combats of Christians in Iaponia. Taken out of letters of the Society of Iesus from thence. Anno 1624.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The palme of Christian fortitude. Or The glorious combats of Christians in Iaponia. Taken out of letters of the Society of Iesus from thence. Anno 1624.
Rodrigues, Joäao, 1558-1633., Neville, Edmund, 1605-1647,

[Saint-Omer: Printed by the widow of C. Boscard] With permission of superiours, Anno 1630.
Alternate titles: Lettera annua del Giappone dell' anno 1624. English. Selections Lettera annua del Giappone dell' anno 1624. Palme of Christian fortitude. Or The glorious combats of Christians in Japonia. Glorious combats of Christians in Japonia.
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Printer's name and place of publication from STC.
A translation, by Edmund Neville, of a part of: Rodrigues, Joäao. Lettera annua del Giappone dell' anno 1624.
Printer's name and place of publication from STC.
With two final contents leaves.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
Jesuits, (Japan) -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A08121.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE PREFACE.
Of the Temporall State of Iaponia, and the present condition of Christian Religion.
The exercise of the Christians in Prison.
How the aboue named fifty Christians were burnt aliue by commaunde from the Xogun.
The names of some of the aboue mentioned martyrs, according to the order they stood, beginning from the Citty.
A breife Relation of the life of F. Hierom de An∣gelis, and of Brother Simon Iempo of the So∣ciety of IESVS.
Howe foure and twenty Christians were put to death for the confession of Christian faith in the Citty of Iendo.
Of other seauenteen Christians burnt aliue in the Towne of Iendo for professing Chri∣stian Religion.
A Relation of the Persecution raised in the beginning of the yeare 1624. in the Coūtreies of Massamune; in which aboue 24. Christians were put to death, together with F. Diego Caruaglio of the Society of IESVS.
Of the persecution in the kingdome of Deud and the death of three Christians.
Of Christianity in the countries of Cami.
The death of Francis Ioyama Sintaro, in the Gitty of Firoxima.
The death of Matthias Xobora Schizaimon.
The death of Ioachim Curoyemon in Firoxima.
The death of Iohn Tananguia Cufroi.
Of Christianity in Nangasachi and the country about.
Of the persecution of Christians in certaine places of the kingdom of Figen.
The persecution of the Christians of the Citty of Firando and the territory belonging to it, in which eight and thirty suffered death.
The death of nine Christians of the house and family of Gabriel, who had lodged F. Camillus Conitan∣stius of the Society of IESVS.
The death of fiue other Christians in Vsucca.
The death of Isabell Mother of Damianns, and Beatrice his wise with their foure Children.
The death of Marie, wife vnto Iohn Sucamoto, and her foure sonnes.
The death of Mithaell Iamando Fiemon, and Visula his wife, with thee of their children.
The death of Catherine, wife to Iohn Yuquinoura.
The death of Thomas Mattaichi.
Of foure others put to death for Religion in the Precincte of Firando.
The death of Calisto Cambo, a Christian of the Ilands of Goto.
The death of Michael Sori, and Quinzaiemon in the Ilandes of Goto.
The death of Thomas Nacangaua Mangosuque and Ioseph Gonzalo, who suffred in Omura.
The death of Father Michael Caruaglio, of the So∣ciety of Iesus, and of foure other Religious men of the holy orders of Saint Dominicke, and Saint Francis, who suffered for preaching of the holy Ghospell.
The state of Christianisme in Tacaco.
The Residence of Amacusa, and missions of the kingdom of Fingo.
The Residence of the kingdom of Chigugen and missions thereof.
The Residence of the Kingdom of Bunge.
The death of Leo Miz aqui Xinyemen and of his three sonnes.
THE TABLE.