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Author: Saint-Amour, Louis-Gorin de, 1619-1687.
Title: The journal of Monsr. de Saint Amour doctor of Sorbonne,: containing a full account of all the transactions both in France and at Rome, concerning the five famous propositions controverted between the Jansenists and the Molinists, from the beginning of that affair till the Popes decision. / Faithfully rendred out of French. ; A like display of the Romish state, court, interests, policies, &c. and the mighty influences of the Jesuites in that church, and many other Christian states, being not hitherto extant.
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The journal of Monsr. de Saint Amour doctor of Sorbonne,: containing a full account of all the transactions both in France and at Rome, concerning the five famous propositions controverted between the Jansenists and the Molinists, from the beginning of that affair till the Popes decision. / Faithfully rendred out of French. ; A like display of the Romish state, court, interests, policies, &c. and the mighty influences of the Jesuites in that church, and many other Christian states, being not hitherto extant.
Saint-Amour, Louis-Gorin de, 1619-1687., Havers, G. (George)

London: Printed by T. Ratcliff, for George Thomason, at the Rose and Crown in S. Paul's Church-yard, 1664.
Alternate titles: Journal. English
Subject terms:
Jansenists.
Molinism.
Jesuits -- Controversial literature.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A93040.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Right Honourable ROBERT, Earle of ELGIN, Baron of WHORLETON, &c.
THE AUTHOR'S PREFACE, Giving an Account of the publishing of this JOURNAL.
A TABLE OF THE CHAPTERS.
ERRATA.
In the Collection.
A JOURNAL Of what Passages I observ'd at ROME Relating to the Matter of The Five Propositions.
The DIƲISION of this Work.
THE FIRST PART.
CHAP. I.
CHAP. II.
CHAP. III.
CHAP. IV.
CHAP. V.
CHAP. VI.
CHAP. VII.
CHAP. VIII.
CHAP. IX.
CHAP. X.
CHAP. XI.
CHAP. XII.
CHAP. XIII.
CHAP. XIV.
CHAP. XV.
THE SECOND PART,
CHAP. I.
CHAP. II.
CHAP. III.
CHAP. IV.
CHAP. V.
CHAP. VI.
CHAP. VII.
CHAP. VIII.
CHAP. IX.
CHAP. X.
CHAP. XI.
CHAP. XII.
CHAP. XIII.
CHAP. XIV.
THE THIRD PART.
CHAP. I.
CHAP. II.
CHAP. III.
CHAP. IV.
CHAP. V.
CHAP. VI.
CHAP. VII.
CHAP. VIII.
CHAP. IX.
CHAP. X.
CHAP. XI.
CHAP. XII.
CHAP. XIII.
CHAP. XIV.
CHAP. XV.
An Addition to the foregoing Narrative.
CHAP. XVI
THE FOURTH PART.
CHAP. I.
CHAP. II.
CHAP. III.
CHAP. IV.
CHAP. V.
CHAP. VI.
CHAP. VII.
CHAP. VIII.
CHAP. IX.
CHAP. X.
CHAP. XI.
THE FIFTH PART.
CHAP. 1.
CHAP. II.
CHAP. IV.
CHAP. V.
CHAP. VI.
CHAP. VII.
CHAP. VIII.
CHAP. IX.
CHAP. X.
CHAP. XI.
CHAP. XII.
CHAP. XIII.
CHAP. XIV.
CHAP. XV.
CHAP. XVI.
CHAP. XVII.
THE SIXTH PART.
CHAP. I.
CHAP. II.
CHAP. III.
CHAP. IV.
CHAP. V.
CHAP. VI.
CHAP. VII.
CHAP. VIII.
CHAP. IX.
CHAP. X.
CHAP. XI.
CHAP. XII.
CHAP. XIII.
CHAP. XIV.
CHAP. XV.
CHAP. XVI.
CHAP. XVII.
CHAP. XVIII.
CHAP. XIX.
CHAP. XX.
CHAP. XXI.
CHAP. XII.
connexion
connexion
connexion
connexion
connexion
CHAP. XXIII.
CHAP. XXIV.
CHAP. XXV.
CHAP. XXVI.
CHAP. XXVII.
CHAP. XXVIII.
CHAP. XXIX.
An Addition to this Relation.
THE SEVENTH PART.
CHAP. I.
CHAP. II.
CHAP. III.
CHAP. IV.
CHAP. V.
CHAP. VI.
THE CONCLUSION.
addenda
AN ADDITION Made to this Journal on S. Peter's Day, 1661.
A SECOND ADDITION Made to this Journal on S. Martins day, 1662.
appendix
A CATALOGUE Of the Pieces contain'd in the Collection, according to the same order wherein they are mention'd in the Journal.
A COLLECTION OF SUNDRY TRACTS, LETTERS, &c. Thought fit to be subjoyn'd to the JOURNAL.
Reasons of my selection of these particular Pieces.
CONDITIONES Ad examen Doctrinae de Gratia oblatae Facultati Theologiae Parisiensi, apud Sorbonam Kal. Decembris congrega∣tae Anno 1649.
The Letters of my LL. the Bishops of France, the version whereof is insert∣ed in such places of the Journal, where they fall in by course.
A Letter of the Bishops to the Pope, which occurs translated into English, Part. 3. Chap. 1.
A Letter of my L. the Bishop of Grasse, now of Vence to the Pope, which is found trans∣lated into English, Part. 3. Chap. 12.
A Letter of Monsigneur de Monchal Archbishop of Tholouse to the Pope, whereof the Original remains in my hands, and mention is made Part 3. Chap. 12.
A Letter which my LL. the Bishops writ to us Nov. 28. 1652. and which is seen translated into English, Part. 5. Chap. 17.
A Letter of my LL. the Bishops of France to the Pope, which was not deliver'd to him, but the translation of it is to be seen, Part. 6. Chap. 11.
The Letter of M. de la Palafox Bishop of Angelopolis to Pope Innocent X. whereof mention is made, Part. 3. Chap. 13.
The Decree of the Inquisition mention'd Part. 3. Chap. 6. importing the sup∣pression of all books written on either side, upon occasion of the Contest be∣tween M. the Bishop of Chalcedon, and the Jesuites of England; Also some other Pieces touching the same matter.
A Manuscript, whereof the Original is in the Li∣brary of the Augustines at Rome, containing sundry Resolutions pass'd by the Consultors of the famous Congregation de Auxiliis, wherein the principal difficulties concerning Grace are determin'd against Molina, and according to the judgement of S. Augustin's Disciples. It is mention'd Part. 3. Chap. 8.
A Writing made and publisht at Paris and Rome, in the year 1651. neer two years before the Popes Constitution came forth; shewing, that the Propositions were never absolutely main∣tain'd, but only in their reduction to the sense of Effectual Grace; and that they were always consider'd as Propositions maliciously contriv'd, to the end, that being condemn'd in their bad sense, the Censure of them might be reflected upon S. Augustin's Doctrine.
section
section
section
section
section
section
analogies
analogies
analogies
analogies
analogies
analogies
The Writings of the Dominicans, men∣tion'd Part. 6. Chap. 9. and in o∣ther places of the Journal.
The first Writing.
PRIMA PROPOSITIO.
SECUNDA PROPOSITIO.
TERTIA PROPOSITIO.
QUARTA PROPOSITIO.
QUITA PROPOSITIO.
The secend Writing.
section 1
Secunda illorum intentio.
Tertia illorum intentio.
The third Writing.
PRIMA PROPOSITIO.
SECUNDA PROPOSITIO.
TERTIA PROPOSITIO.
QUARTA PROPOSITIO.
QUINTA PROPOSITIO.
The fourth Writing.
PRIMA PROPOSITIO.
SECUNDA PROPOSITIO.
TERTIA PROPSITIO.
QUARTA PROPOSITIO.
QUINTA PROPOSITIO.
The fifsh Writing.
PRIMA PROPOSITIO.
SENSUS CATHOLICUS.
SECT. 1.
SECUNDA PROPOSITIO.
SENSUS CATHOLICUS.
SECT. II.
TERTIA PROPOSITIO.
SENSUS CATHOLICUS.
SECT. III.
QUARTA PROPOSITIO.
SENSUS CATHOLICUS.
SECT. IV.
QUINTA PROPOSITIO.
SENSUS CATHOLICUS.
SECT. V.
The sixth Writing.
The seventh Writing.
Adversus primam propositionem.
Adversus secundam propositionem.
Adversus tertiam propositionem.
Adversus quartam propositionem.
Adversus quintam propositionem.
The eighth Writing.
Quae corrupte objiciunt in primo scripto D. Hallier & Collegae contra primam propositionem.
In secundo scripto contra primam.
Sic contra primam.
Contra secundam.
Contra tertiam.
Contra quartam.
Contra quintam.
The ninth Writing.
The tenth Writing.
The eleventh Writing.
Three Writings compos'd by a Learned Dominican upon the three first Pro∣positions, and made use of by Cardinal Roma for his instruction in these matters, as is mention'd Part. 5. Chap. 9.
The first Writing.
PRIMA PROPOSITIO.
CAPUT. I.
CAPUT. II.
CAPUT. III.
CAPUT IV.
CAPUT V.
Epilogus & conclusio.
The second Writing.
II. PROPOSITIO CONTROVERSA.
CAPUT. I.
CAPUT. II.
CAPUT. III.
CAPUT. IV.
CAPUT V.
Epilogus & conclusio.
The third Writing.
III. PROPOSITIO CONTROVERSA.
CAPUT. I.
CAPUT. II.
CAPUT. III.
CAPUT. IV.
CAPUT. V.
SECTIO PRIMA.
SECTIO SECUNDA.
SECTIO TERTIA.
An Answer to a Writing of M. Hallier and his Collegues, containing Sixty Passages of S. August. relating to the First Proposition; in which we shew, that there was none of them but what was either falsly or impertinently al∣ledg'd.
Notae generales in totum Scriptum.
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
VII.
VIII.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
notes
Nota prima.
Nota secunda.
Nota tertia.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVESARIORUM
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVESARIORUM. [V. Testimonium.]
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVESARIORUM. [VI. Testimonium.]
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
Nota.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
TRES NOTAE NECESSARIAE. Ad intelligenda multa testimonia ex Sermonibus & Moralibus S. Augustini desumpta, quae postea sequuntur.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVESARIORUM. [XXVIII. Testimonium.]
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
CONCLUSIO.
Apologetical Memoires in behalf of the Rector, Deanes, Proctors, and Deputies of the Ʋniversity of Paris. [Mention'd Part. 3. Chap. 9.] Against the Enterprise of certain Irish, for the most part Students in the Ʋni∣versity.
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
VII.
documents
A Writing of Father Morel (an Augu∣stine, Doctor of the Faculty of Paris) full of calumnies against: S. Augu∣stin's Disciples, and spread about Rome at the time of his being there in the year 1651.
Pieces added to this Collection.
An Advertisement concerning F. Mulard's Speech.
An Advertisement touching the Suffrages of the Consultors.
TREDECIM THEOLOGORVM
PRAEFATIO.
CONSULTORUM super quinque Propositionibus VOTA. Brevibus interdum animadversionibus illustrata.
PRIMA PROPOSITIO.
I.
ANIMADVERSIO.
II.
ANIMADVERSIO.
III.
ANIMADVERSIO.
IV.
ANIMADVERSIO.
V.
ANIMADVERSIO.
VI.
ANIMADVERSIO.
VII.
ANIMADVERSIO.
VIII.
ANIMADVERSIO.
observation
observation
ANIMADVERSIO.
X.
ANIMADVERSIO.
XI.
ANIMADVERSIO.
XII.
ANIMADVERSIO.
XIII.
ANIMADVERSIO.
SECUNDA PROPOSITIO.
I.
II.
III.
ANIMADVERSIO.
IV.
V.
VI.
VII.
observation
IX.
X.
XI.
XII.
XIII.
ANIMADVERSIO GENERALIS In Vota Consultorum super secunda Propositione.
TERTIA PROPOSITIO.
I.
II.
III.
ANIMADVERSIO.
IV.
V.
VI.
VII.
VIII.
IX.
X.
XI.
XII.
XIII.
ANIMADVERSIO GENERALIS in Vota Consultorum super tertia propositione.
QUARTA PROPOSITIO.
I.
ANIMADVERSIO.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
VII.
VIII.
IX.
X.
XI.
XII.
XIII.
ANIMADVERSIO GENERALIS in Vota Consultorum super quanta propositione.
QUINTA PROPOSITIO.
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
ANIMADVERSIO.
VII.
VIII.
IX.
X.
XI.
ANIMADVERSIO.
XII.
ANIMADVERSIO.
XIII.
ANIMADVERSIO GENERALIS in Vota Consultorum super quinta propositione.
An Advertisement touching the General of the Augustines.
PAVLI IRENAEI CAVSA JANSENIANA, SIVE FICTITIA HAERESIS, SEX DISQUISITIONIBUS Theologice historice explicata explosa.
PAULI IRENAEI DISQUISITIO PRIMA.
ARTICULUS. I.
ARTICULUS II.
ARTICULUS. III.
ARTICULUS. IV.
ARTICULUS V.
ARTICULUS VI.
ARTICULUS. VII.
ARTICULUS VIII.
ARTICULUS IX.
ARTICULUS. X.
PAƲLI IRENAEI DISQVISITIO SECVNDA.
ARTICULUS I.
ARTICULUS II.
JUSTIS.
VOLENTIBUS ET CONANTIBUS.
SUFFICIENS GRATIA ET POTESTAS, quid apud Jansenium.
IMPOSSIBILIA.
SECUNDUM PRAESENTES VIRES.
DEEST.
GRATIA.
ARTICULUS III.
ARTICULUS IV.
ARTICULUS V.
Primus sensus falso Jansenio attributus, nempe Calvinianus.
II. SENSUS FALSUS.
III. SENSUS FALSUS.
IV SENSUS.
V SENSUS.
VI SENSUS.
VII SENSUS.
CONCLUSIO.
PAƲLI IRENAEI DIS QVISITIO TERTIA;
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
VII.
VIII.
IX.
X.
XI.
XII.
XIII.
XIV.
XV.
XVI.
XVII.
XVIII.
XIX.
XX.
XXI.
XXII.
XXIII.
XXIV.
XXV.
XXVI.
XXVII.
PRIMA NOTA.
TERTIA NOTA.
note 3
QUARTA NOTA.
QUINTA NOTA
SEXTA NOTA.
XXVIII.
PAƲLI IRENAEI DISQVISITIO QVARTO.
PRAEFATIO AD FRANCISCUM ANNATUM.
ARTICULUS. I.
ARTICULUS. II.
ARTICULUS II.
Censura primae propositionis. D sp. 1. sect. 3.
Censura secundae propositionis. Ex eadem sectione.
Censura tertiae propositionis. Eodem sectione.
Censura quartae propositionis. Ex. 1. disp. sect. 1. art. 2.
Censura quintae propositionis. Ex disp. 5. art. 7.
ARTICULUS IV.
ARTICULUS V.
ARTICULUS. VI.
ARTICULUS VII.
ARTICULUS VIII.
ARTICULUS IX.
ARTICULUS X.
ARTICULUS XI.
ARTICULUS. XII.
ARTICULUS XII.
ARTICULUS XIV.
ARTICULUS. XV.
ARTICULUS XVI.
ARTICULUS XVII.
ARTICULUS XVIII.
ARTICULUS XIX.
ARTICULUS XX.
SCRIPTUM ADVERSARIORUM.
RESPONSIO.
ARTICULUS XXI.
ARTICULUS XXIII.
PAƲLI IRENAEI DISQVISITIO QVINTA, HISTORICA & THEOLOGICA.
ARTICULUS I.
ARTICULUS II.
ARTICULUS. III.
ARTICULUS IV.
ARTICULUS V.
ARTICULUS VI.
ARTICULUS VII.
ARTICULUS VIII.
ARTICULUS IX.
ARTICULUS X.
ARTICULUS XI.
ARTICULUS XII.
ARTICULUS XIII.
ARTICULUS XIV.
QUAESTIO I.
RESPONSIO.
QUAESTIO II.
RESPONSIO.
QUAESTIO III.
RESPONSIO.
QUAESTIO IV.
RESPONSIO.
QUAESTIO V.
RESPONSIO.
PAƲLI IRENAEI DISQVISITIO SEXTA; SIVE VERA METHODƲS DISQUIRENDI An quinque propositiones damnatae sunt in Jan∣senio.
PRAEFATIO.
ARTICULUS I.
ARTICULUS. II.
Ʋtrinque concessum.
Intentio Molinistarum.
Depulsio Augustinianorum.
Unica quaestio.
Vera methodus Augustinianis ineunda.
Vera methodus Molinistis ineunda.
Exigitur Morellius ad istam methodam.
ARTICULUS III.
Intentio Morellii & Molinistarum.
Depulsio Jansenii defensorum.
Quaestiones duae.
Methodus ineunda Molinistis.
Expenditur ex illa methodo Morellius.
Methodus Augustinianis ineunda.
Objecta a Molinistis Jansenii loca cum Augu∣stini & Prosperi locis comparantur.
Argument I.
Geminae notae in hoc argumentum.
Lemma Praeambulum.
Argument. II.
Primus locus.
Secundus locus.
Nota.
Argumentum III.
Corollarium.
Diluitur Annatinum sophismae.
ARTICULUS IV.
Intentio Molinistarum.
Depulsio Jansenii Defensorum.
Quaestiones duae.
Methodus ineunda Molinistis in tertia propositione.
Expenditur ex ista methodo Morellius:
Methodus ineunda Jansenii Defensoribus.
Argumentum. I.
Argumentum. II.
Argumentum. III.
Argumentum. IV.
ARTICULUS V.
Annatinus Cavillus.
Aliae Annati ratiunculae confrin∣guntur.
ARTICULUS VI.
Intentio Molinistarum.
Nota.
Depulsio Jansenii Defensorum.
Quaestio.
Methodus Molinistis ineunda.
Expenditur ex hac methodo Morellius.
Methodus Jansenii defensoribus ineunda.
Argumentum. I.
Argumentum. II.
Primaeva libertas.
Adam per primaevam libertatem poterat perse∣veranter operari bonum.
Ita lapsus homo per reliquias primaevae liberta∣tis, posset saltem credere si vellet.
Neuter tamen sine interioris gratiae adjutorio, cu∣jus usus vel non usus relictus esset in cujusque libero arbitrio & potestate.
ARTICULUS VII.
Quae conveniant utrinque.
De prima parte hujus Propositionis.
Intentio Molinistarum.
Depulsio Jansenii defensorum.
Methodus Molinianis ineunda.
Expenditur ex ista methodo Morellius.
Methodus Jansenii Defensoribus ineunda.
Argumentum. I.
Argumentum. II.
Argumentum. III.
Nota.
De secunda parte quintae propositionis. Intentio Molinistarum.
Depulsio Jansenii Defensorum.
Quaestio duplex.
Methodus ineunda Molinistis.
Expenditur ex hac methodo Morellius.
Methodus Jansenii defensoribus sequenda.
De primo loco Jansenii a Molinistis allato.
Argumentum. I.
De secundo loco Iansenii a Molinistis allato.
Argumentum. II.
Argumentum. III.
Argumentum. IV.
ARTICULUS. VIII.
ARTICULUS. IX.
THE. DECLARATION OF Monsieur SINNIGH Doctor of LOƲAIN, (men∣tion'd Part 6. Chap. 1.) concerning some audiences which he had whil'st he was at Rome, of the Popes ƲRBAN VIII. and INNOCENT X. and of some Cardinals, touching the book of my L. the Bp. of IPRE.
The MANƲSCRIPT concerning the affair of Monsi'r GRIMANI Patriarch of Aqui∣leia.
The Patriarch's Letter.
The Apologie of the most Illustrious Patriach of AQILEIA for the Letter Prece∣ding.
I. PROPOSITION.
ANSWER.
II. PROPOSITION.
ANSWER.
III. PROPOSITION.
ANSWER.
IV. PROPOSITION.
ANSWER.
V. PROPOSITION.
ANSWER.
VI. PROPOSITION.
ANSWER.
VII. PROPOSITION.
ANSWER.
VIII. PROPOSITION.
ANSWER.
The Supplicate of the Ambassador of FRIULI sent to the most Serene Republick of Venice, about the affair of the most Reverend Patriarch GRI∣MANI.
The Sentence of the most Illustrious Cardinal of Lorraine, touching the abovesaid Letter, gi∣ven to the most illustrious and Reverend Legats of the Council.
The same Cardinals Letter to the Pope.
The Letter of the most illustrius Legats to Card. BONOMEO.
The sentence passed upon the above mentioned Let∣ter by the most Illustrious Legats of the Council of TRENT, under Pope PIUS 4. the 18th. of September MDLXIII.
The Letter of the most Illustrious Seigneurie of Venice to the most Reverend Patriarch of A∣quileia.