|Author:||M. G. (Martin Grene), 1616-1667.|
|Title:||An account of the Jesuites life and doctrine by M.G.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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An account of the Jesuites life and doctrine by M.G.
M. G. (Martin Grene), 1616-1667.
[London?: s.n.], 1661.
Written by Martin Grene. Cf. BM.
Place of publication from BM.
Errata: p.  at end.
Pages 5, 67, and 70 are tightly bound with loss of print in filmed copy. Beginning-page 15 and pages 60-75 photographed from Dr. Williams' Library copy and inserted at end.
Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library.
Jesuits -- Doctrines.
THE PREFACE to the Reader.
An Account of the JESUITS Life and Doctrine.
CAP. I. Of the Author and end of the Society of Jesus.
CAP. II. By what means the Society endeavoureth to make their own fit Instruments for their end.
CAP. III. What they of the Society do in order to help their Neighbour, for the good of Souls.
CAP. IV. Whence it comes that the Soci∣ety is still persecuted and calumnied by many.
CAP. V. The Objections made against the society of Jesus, which concern their life and Institute.
CAP. VI. Objections made against the Jesuites Doctrine.
CAP. VII. The last Objection made against the Jesuites, from the Exam∣ple of Venice and France.
The Speech of Henry the IV. King of France in behalf of the Jesuits.