|Author:||Zacharie de Lisieux, père, O.F.M. cap., 1582-1661.|
|Title:||A relation of the country of Jansenia wherein is treated of the singularities founded therein, the customes, manners, and religion of it's inhabitants : with a map of the countrey / composed in French by Lewis Fountaine, Esq ; and newly translated into English by P.B.|
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A relation of the country of Jansenia wherein is treated of the singularities founded therein, the customes, manners, and religion of it's inhabitants : with a map of the countrey / composed in French by Lewis Fountaine, Esq ; and newly translated into English by P.B.
Zacharie de Lisieux, père, O.F.M. cap., 1582-1661., P. B.
London: Printed for the author, & are sold by A. Banks and C. Harper..., 1668.
|Alternate titles:||Relation du pays de Jansénie. English.|
Translation of: Relation du pays de Janénie. Paris, 1660.
First ed. of the first English translation--cf. H.S. Mott's Booklist, 1985.
A satire on Jansenism.
Page 117 misnumbered as 171.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Jansenists -- Anecdotes, facetiae, satire, etc.
A RELATION OF THE COUNTRY OF JANSENIA; WHEREIN Is treated of the Singularities founded therein, the Customes, Manners, and Religion of it's Inhabitants.
TO MONSIEUR DE***
A RELATION OF THE COUNTRY OF JANSENIA, In which 'tis discoursed of the Singularities that are there, of the Customes, Manners, and Religion of its Inhabitants.
AN EXPLICATION OF THE MAP.
Just as I was making an end of this Relation, these two Letters which treat of the fame thing, were put into my Hand by a friend that had taken a Copy of them. I thought it would oblige you, Reader, to let you have a sight of them.