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Author: Jurieu, Pierre, 1637-1713.
Title: The pastoral letters of the incomparable Jurieu directed to the Protestants in France groaning under the Babylonish tyranny, translated : wherein the sophistical arguments and unexpressible cruelties made use of by the papists for the making converts, are laid open and expos'd to just abhorrence : unto which is added, a brief account of the Hungarian persecution.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The pastoral letters of the incomparable Jurieu directed to the Protestants in France groaning under the Babylonish tyranny, translated : wherein the sophistical arguments and unexpressible cruelties made use of by the papists for the making converts, are laid open and expos'd to just abhorrence : unto which is added, a brief account of the Hungarian persecution.
Jurieu, Pierre, 1637-1713.

London: Printed for T. Fabian and J. Hindmarsh, 1689.
Alternate titles: Lettres pastorales addressées aux fidèles de France qui gémissent sous la captivité de Babylon. English
Notes:
Translation of Lettres pastorales addressées aux fidèles de France qui gémissent sous la captivité de Babylon.
Reproduction of original in Dr. Williams' Library, London.
Subject terms:
Huguenots -- France.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A46367.0001.001

Contents
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TO HIS HIGHNESS THE Prince of ORANGE.
THE Translator's Epistle TO THE READER.
The FIRST PASTORAL LETTER: IN WHICH Are discovered the Methods that are at this Day used to make Converts.
The SECOND PASTORAL LETTER: IN WHICH What Monsieur de Meaux says concerning the right of Persecutors, for submis∣sion to Councils is confuted. A con∣siderable error of the same Gentleman about a matter of Fact in Antiquity.
The THIRD PASTORAL LETTER, AND Confutation of what Monsieur de Meaux says to establish the necessity of a living, speaking Authority, concerning a Suc∣cession of Chairs, without a Succession of Doctrine: General Methods for ma∣king good the Sophisms and Fallacies concerning the Authority and Infallibi∣lity of the Church.
The FOURTH PASTORAL LETTER TO THOSE That frequent the Popish Churches. As∣semblies of Christians in Cevennes. The Martyrdom of many Christians of that Country, and particularly of Sr Fulcran Rey, Student in Theology.
The FIFTH PASTORAL LETTER. THE Christian Purity of the Apostolick Church opposed to that of Popery. Letters of some Confessors.
The first Age of the Church.
The SIXTH PASTORAL LETTER. WHAT WAS The Form of Christianity in the second Age.
The second Age of the Church.
THE SEVENTH PASTORAL LETTER. CONCERNING Songs, and Voices, which were heard in several places in the Air.
THE EIGHTH PASTORAL LETTER. Alterations happening during the Third Age. Concerning Baptism, Confir∣mation, and the Sacrifice of the Mass.
The Ninth PASTORAL LETTER. A Continuation of the Alterations happening in the Christian Church during the Third Age. Concerning Masses for the Dead, the communicating of Infants, the Real Presence, and Transubstantiation.
The TENTH PASTORAL LETTER. Two Articles; the one of Antiquity, the other of Controversie: The Article of Antiquity, The Faith of the Third Age about the Invocation of Saints, Relicks, Images, Fasts, Indulgences, Human Sa∣tisfaction and Confession. The Article of Controversie, Concerning the Unity of the Church; that 'tis not included in the Church of Rome, and that we are not excluded from it.
A Point of Controversie, Concerning the Ʋnity of the Church, that it is not in the Church of Rome, and that we are not departed from it.
The ELEVENTH PASTORAL LETTER. AN Article of Antiquity: the end of the Hi∣story of the Christianity of the Third Age: concerning Tradition, and the Primacy of the Bishop of Rome. An Ar∣ticle of Controversie. Reflections upon a Writing lately addressed to the Re∣formed of France: A Continuation of the matter concerning the Unity of the Church.
An Article of Controversie. Reflections on a Wri∣ting newly sent to the Churches of France. A continuation of the matter concerning the Ʋnity of the Church.
The TWELFTH PASTORAL LETTER. AN Article of Antiquity. The beginning of the History of Christianity of the Fourth and Fifth Ages. Of the Original of Monks. An Article of Controversie. Of the Unity of the Ministry.
An Article of Controversie concerning the Ʋnity of the Mi∣nistry.
The THIRTEENTH PASTORAL LETTER. A Prosecution of the History of the Chri∣stianity of the Fourth and Fifth Ages. The Original of Oecumenical Councils; Seven Reasons against their Infallibility drawn from their Original. An Arti∣cle of Controversie. The true Idea of Schism. All those which are called Schismaticks are not out of the Church.
An Article of Controversie. The true Idea of Schism. That those which are called Schismaticks are not out of the Church.
The FOUTEENTH PASTORAL LETTER. AN Article of Antiquity. The Original of the Hierarchy, and the Antichristian Ty∣ranny of the Bishop of Rome. An Article of Controversie. A Continuation of the matter of Schism: Although the Cor∣ruption of the Church of Rome were not extreme, it would not be lawful for us to return thither. Some Objections of the new Converts concerning it.
A Point of Controversie. A Continuation of the matter of Schism. Although the Corruption of the Roman Church were not extreme, yet it would not be lawful for us to re∣turn thither. Objections of the new Converts about it.
The FIFTEENTH PASTORAL LETTER. AN Article of Antiquity. The Birth of the religious Worship of Creatures in the Fourth and Fifth Ages. The proofs of the Novelty of this Worship. An Article. An Answer to the Reasons of the new Converts on the Subject of Schism and Separation.
An Article of Controversie. An Answer to the Reasons of the New Converts on the Subject of Schism and Separation.
The Sixteenth PASTORAL LETTER. An Article of Antiquity: A Fourth Proof of the Novelty of the Invocation of Saints in the Fifth Age: They did not Invoke the Blessed Virgin: And Article of Controversie: A Continuation of the Answer to the Illusions of the New Converts about Schism.
An Article of Controversie: A Continuation of the Answer to the Illusions of the New Converts.
The Seventeenth PASTORAL LETTER. An Article of Antiquity: Three new Proofs of the Invocation of Saints in the Fifth Age. An Article of Controversie. A Continuation of the Answer to the Illusions which the New Converts put upon themselves on the Subject of Schism.
An Article of Controversie: A Continuation of the Answer to the Illusions that the New Converts put upon themselves.
The Eighteenth PASTORAL LETTER. A. M. D. J. Ʋpon occasion of an Act falsely ascribed to the Sy∣nod of Montpazier in Perigort; by which they would prove, that in the year 1659. the Refor∣med of Lower Guyenne did Treat with the English about their entring into France, and delivering several Places in the Kingdom into their hands.
An Extract from the Legier Book of the Acts of the Synod of the Reformed Churches of Lower Guy∣enne, held in the City of the upper Thonneins, by the Permission of the King, the ninth of De∣cember, and some days following, in the year 1683.
The Ninteenth PASTORAL LETTER. An Article of Antiquity: The Original of Images: An Article of Controversie: A Continuation of the Matter of Schism: The Corruption of the Roman Church was so great, that we were for∣ced to a Separation: A notable Letter concern∣ing the Confessours carried to America.
An Article of Controversie. A continuation of the matter of Schism; that the great Corruption of the Roman Church, forced us to a Separation.
The Twentieth PASTORAL LETTER. An Article of Antiquity: Concerning the Sacri∣fice of the Mass, in the fourth and fifth Ages: An Article of Controversie: A Conclusion of the Matter of Schism: A Description of the Corrupti∣on of Popery, which engaged us to a Separation.
An Article of Controversie. A Conclusion of the Matter of Schism; the ex∣tream Corruption of Popery hath forced us to a Separation.
The Twenty first PASTORAL LETTER. An Article of Antiquity: The Fathers of the Fourth and Fifth Ages said, that the Sacrament of the Eucharist is the Figure and Image of the Body of Jesus Christ. An Article of Contro∣versie. An Answer to the Prejudices that have been drawn against our Separation from the Au∣thors of it.
An Article of Controversie. An Answer to the Prejudices which some persons have raised against our Separation from the Actions, the Conduct, and the Personal Qualities of the Authors thereof.
The Twenty Second PASTORAL LETTER. Testimonies of the Fathers of the fourth and fifth Ages, about the Sacrament of the Eucharist: Concerning the Communion under both Kinds: An Article of Controversie: Concerning the Visibility of the Church; three false Consequen∣ces drawn from thence.
An Article of Controversie: An Answer to the fallacious Arguments drawn from the Visibility of the Church.
The Twenty Third PASTORAL LETTER. An Article of Antiquity: The Church of the fourth and fifth Ages did not Adore the Sacrament of the Eucharist: And Article of Controversie: An Answer to the Consequences which are drawn from the perpetual Visibility of the Church: No∣table Matters of Fact.
An Article of Controversie. An Examination of the two last false Consequences which the Papists draw from the perpetual Vi∣sibility of the Church.
The Twenty fourth PASTORAL LETTER. That the Church of Rome is not visible, and that she has no mark which makes her visible. A confutation of those Means whereof Mr. Nicho∣las pretends to serve himself, to make his Church visible.
An INDEX for the first Year OF THE PASTORAL LETTERS.
AN APPENDIX, Containing A NARRATION OF THE WARS and SLAUGHTERS Occasioned by the Jesuits and Missionaries in Aethiopia, FOR THE Promoting and Establishing their Religion there: AND Some brief ACCOUNT OF THE Late Persecution in Hungary.