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The secret policy of the English Society of Jesus. Discover'd in a series of attempts against the clergy.

Author: Charles Dodd
Publisher: London, Printed and sold by John Morphew, 1715.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Genre/Form: Controversial literature
Named Person: Thomas Hunter; Robert Parsons; George Blackwell
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Dodd
OCLC Number: 6612913
Notes: Reply by the author of The history of the English College at Doway to Hunter's A modest defence of the clergy and religious, a response to the former work.
Probably issued in parts; all parts save the first have individual title pages with full imprint and price, six pence.
Separate title pages for parts 2, 4, and 6 and their blank versos, and blank leaves N₄ and T₄ not included in the pagination.
Pages [2], [94], [98], [172], [248], and [294] also blank.
Pages 46 and 47 misnumbered 47 and 46 respectively.
Octavo; signatures: A-C⁸, D², E-I⁸, K⁴, L-M⁸, N⁴, O-P⁸, Q⁴, R-S⁸, T⁴, U-Z⁸, Aa-Bb⁸.
Credits: Anonymous by Hugh Tootell, a pseudonym used by Charles Dodd.
Description: 331 p. 19 cm.
Contents: Part I.A general key for a right understanding of the facts call'd in question by the Society in The history of Doway College.--Part II. A distinct account of the first establishment of the English colleges in foreign countries.--Part III. The life, politicks, and writings of Father Robert Parsons first superior of the English Society.--Part IV. The Societies, intrigues with Mr. George Blackwell arch priest and first supervisor of the clergy.--Part V. The lives of several eminent clergymen and their memories, rescued from odious aspersions.--Part VI. The state of the hierarchy since the Reformation from the memoirs of Segnior Panzani the Popes legate.--Part VII. An exact history of Jansenism, with the turn given to it by ill-minded men, and the late informations against Doway College and the clergy from original depositions.--Part VIII. A true idea of the busy men of the Society.
Other Titles: Apology for the history of Doway College
Responsibility: In eight parts and twenty four letters directed to their provincial. Each part containing three letters, being An apology for the history of Doway College, with a curious variety of transactions from the best memoirs ...

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