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Author: Arnauld, Henri, 1597-1692.
Title: An extract out of a pastoral letter of the Bishop of Angers in France, concerning a late miracle done in the parish called in French, Des Ulmes de St. Florent, near to the town of Saumur, on the second day of June 1668. At what time those of the reformed church (as they call themselves) held their sinod in the said town of Saumur.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An extract out of a pastoral letter of the Bishop of Angers in France, concerning a late miracle done in the parish called in French, Des Ulmes de St. Florent, near to the town of Saumur, on the second day of June 1668. At what time those of the reformed church (as they call themselves) held their sinod in the said town of Saumur.
Arnauld, Henri, 1597-1692., Catholic Church. Diocese of Angers (France). Bishop (1649-1692 : Arnauld)

Paris: [s.n.], Printed in the year MDCLXVIII [1668]
Subject terms:
Jesus Christ -- Apparitions and miracles -- France -- Saumur -- Early works to 1800.
Miracles -- Early works to 1800.
Saumur (France) -- History -- 17th century -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B01432.0001.001

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An Extract out of a Pastoral Letter of the Bi∣shop of Angers in France, concerning a late Miracle done in the Parish called in French Des Ulmes de St. Florent. near to the Town of Saumur, on the second day of June 1668. at what time those of the Reform∣ed Church as they call themselves) held their Synod in the said Town of SAUMUR.
This is the Substance of what the Witnesses de∣posed, who all agreed in the same thing; so that there is reason to believe, That the Saviour of the World did visibly manifest himself in this Pa∣rish, which is one of the poorest of the Diocess.