|Author:||Owen, Thomas, 1557-1618.|
|Title:||The copie of a letter sent from Paris to the reverend fathers of the Society of Iesus, who liue in England. Containing an answere to the calumniations of the Anti-Coton against the same Society in generall, and Fa. Coton in particular.|
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The copie of a letter sent from Paris to the reverend fathers of the Society of Iesus, who liue in England. Containing an answere to the calumniations of the Anti-Coton against the same Society in generall, and Fa. Coton in particular.
Owen, Thomas, 1557-1618.
[Saint-Omer: English College Press] Permissu superiorum, Anno M.DC.XI. 
|Alternate titles:||The copie of a letter sent from Paris to the reverend fathers of the Society of Jesus, who live in England. Copie of a letter sent from Paris to the reverend fathers of the Society of Jesus, who live in England.|
Anonymous. By Thomas Owen.
Place of publication and press from STC.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Jesuits -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
THE PRINTER TO THE READER.
TO THE REVEREND FATHERS OF THE SOCIETY OF IESVS, who liue in England.
DECRETVM D. RECTORIS & Dominorum Deputatorum Vniuersitatis Parisiensis.
A DECREE OF THE RE∣ctor and Deputies of the Vniuersity of Paris.
CONCERNING THE Doctrine of the Society impugned by the Anti-Coton. §. I.
THE SOLVTIONS TO the personall obiections against the Fa∣thers of the Society. §. II.
THE SOLVTIONS OF the obiections against Fa. Coton in particuler. §. III.
A BRIEFE NOTE Of the doctrine, and proceedings of Anti-Coton and other Hugonots. §. IIII.
CERTAINE Obseruations, and Instructions, for the Catholicks in France, which may ea∣sily be applyed to those in England. §. V.
A BRIEFE Relation of F. Cotons, and the Societies pro∣ceedings; togeather with a Chalenge to the Hugonots, and a Supplication to the Queene Regent. §. VI.
THE CONTENTS OF the aforesaid Letter.