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Title: An answer to the Provinciall letters published by the Jansenists, under the name of Lewis Montalt, against the doctrine of the Jesuits and school-divines made by some Fathers of the Society in France.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An answer to the Provinciall letters published by the Jansenists, under the name of Lewis Montalt, against the doctrine of the Jesuits and school-divines made by some Fathers of the Society in France.
Nouet, Jacques, 1605-1680.

Printed at Paris: [s.n.], 1659.
Notes:
Responses aux Lettres provinciales publiées par le secrétaire de Port-Royal contre les PP. de la Compagnie de Jésus, sur le sujet de la morale des dits Pères. English.
"There is set before the answers in this edition, The history of Jansenisme, and at the end, a Conclusion of the work, where the English Additionalls are shewed to deserve no answer ; also an Appendix, shewing the same of the book called, A further discovery of Jesuitisme"
Written by Jacques Nouet, Francois Annat, and others. Cf. Halkett & Laing (2nd ed.).
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Subject terms:
Pascal, Blaise, -- 1623-1662. -- Provinciales.
Jarrige, Pierre, -- 1605-1660. -- Further discovery of the mystery of Jesuitisme.
Jesuits.
Jansenists.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A52531.0001.001

Contents
title page
The PREFACE to the READER.
THE HISTORY OF JANSENISME.
§ 1. Of the Abbot of St. Gygiran, commonly called San-Cyran.
§ 2. Of Jansenius.
§ 3. Of Anthony Arnauld.
The first Answer To the Provincial Letters, Which The Jansenists have published a∣gainst the Society of Jesus.
The second Answer. Wherein the Authour of the Pro∣vincial Letters is convinced of IMPOSTURE.
The Preface.
The First Imposture; which in the French Copy is the twentieth.
Answer.
An Advertisement to the Jansenists.
The second Imposture, French 21.
Answer.
An Advertisement to the Jansenist.
The third Imposture. French 22.
Answer.
An Advertisement to the Jansenists.
The fourth Imposture. French 23.
Answer.
An Advertisement to the Jansenists.
The fifth Imposture. French. 8.
Answer.
An Advertisement to the Jansenists.
The sixth Imposture. French 9.
Answer.
An Advertisement to the Jansenists.
The seventh Imposture. French 19.
Answer.
An Advertisement to the Jansenists.
The eighth Imposture. French 25.
Answer.
An Advertisement to the Jansenists.
The ninth Imposture. French 1.
The Answer.
An Advertisement to the Jansenists.
The tenth Imposture. French 2.
Answer.
An Advertisement to the Jansenists.
The eleventh Imposture. French 26.
Answer.
An Advertisement to the Jansenists.
The twelfth Imposture. French 12.
Answer.
An Advertisement to the Jansenists.
The thirteenth Imposture. French 24.
Answer.
An Advertisement to the Jansenists.
The fourteenth Imposture. French 4.
Answer.
An Advertisement to the Jansenists.
The fifteenth Imposture. French 11.
Answer.
An Advertisement to the Jansenists.
The sixteenth Imposture. French 13.
Answer.
The seventeenth Imposture. French 14.
Answer.
The eighteenth, ninteenth, twentieth, and one twentieth Impostures. French 15, 16, 17, 18.
Answer.
An Advertisement to the Jansenists.
The two and twentieth Imposture. French 3.
Answer.
An Advertisement to the Jansenists.
The twenty third Imposture, French 5.
Answer▪
An Advertisement to the Jansenists.
The twenty fourth Imposture. French 6.
Answer.
An Advertisement to the Jansenists.
The twenty fifth Imposture. French 7.
Answer.
An Advertisement to the Jansenists.
The twenty sixth Imposture. French 10.
Answer.
An Advertisement to the Jansenist.
The twenty seventh Imposture.
Answer.
An Advertisement to the Jansenists.
The twenty eighth Imposture. French 28.
Answer.
An Advertisement to the Jansenists.
The twenty ninth Imposture. French 29:
Answer.
An Advertisement to the Jansenist.
An ANSWER to those Letters, in which the JANSENIST endea∣voureth to clear him∣self from the precedent IMPOSTURES.
A Word to the Reader concerning the Subject of the following Letters.
An Answer to the Janse∣nists Eleventh Letter.
An ANSWER to the Jansenists twelfth LETTER.
An ANSWER to the Reply made in defence of the Twelfth Provin∣ciall Letter.
AN ANSWER to the JANSENISTS Thir∣teenth Letter.
An ANSWER to the JANSENISTS Four∣teenth Letter.
An ANSWER to the JANSENISTS Fif∣teenth Letter.
An ANSWER to the JANSENISTS Com∣plaint of being called Heretiques: By Father Francis Annat.
An ANSWER to the JANSENISTS Six∣teenth Letter; addres∣sed to the Directors of Port-Royall.
An ANSWER to the JANSENISTS Se∣venteenth Letter: By Father Annat of the Society of Jesus.
An ANSWER to the Seventeenth and Eigh∣teenth Provinciall Let∣ters; and to another of an unknown Person to Father Annat: which is inserted into the Se∣cond English Edition betwixt the Seaven∣teenth and Eighteenth.
1. Objection.
2. Objection.
3. Objection.
4. Objection.
5. Objection.
The sixth Objection.
The Seventh Objection.
The Eighth Objection.
The Ninth Objection.
The Tenth Objection.
The Conclusion of the VVORK, concerning those things which are not answer'd; and con∣cerning the Additio∣nalls, which deserve no Answer.
An Appendix in Answer to a Book entituled, A further Discovery of the Mystery of Je∣suitisme.
This Piece of Lessius was promised in the Four∣teenth Imposture. The Reader is desired to examine the Citations of that Imposture by Lessius his own words. Lib. 2. de Justit. Cap. 9. Dubit. 12. Pag. 98, 99.
These few Errata the Reader is desired to correct with his Pen.