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GREAT SECRET SOCIETY.
CERTE NON APERTI, NON SIMPLICES, NON INGENUI. . . .VERSUTI POTIUS,
MILTON, Paradise Lost, I. 38–40.
TABLE OF CONTENTS,
Forgeries — the Isidorian Decretals. Canon of Sardica.
xlv xlvi xlvii
Father Gratry. Pope Honorius a heretic. Gratry's letter to
Archbishop of Malins. Frauds. Duplicity. Father Regnon
on the Forgeries Dominus ac Redemptor, or Brief of Clement XIV. for the effec
tual Suppression of the Jesuit Order, 1773. Premature death
of Sextus V. Restoration of the Order, under Gregory XIV. Internal scandals. Expulsion of the Jesuits from France, Spain,
and from other countries. Suspicious death of Clement XIII. Grounds for the suppression of the Jesuits. Property confiscated,
offices annulled. The extinction of the Order
all eternity valid
and his "experienced rowers”
of Pius VII.
The Gesù. Relation of the Jesuits to the other Orders, .
Attempted murder of the French and Russian Emperors.
ly lvi lvii lviii
Joly, the Jesuit historian. College at Stonyhurst.
Fathers Callaghan and Betah
Mass and blessing for O'Farrell, the dupe of the
lx lxii lxiii
Connection of the present with the past
Charles Sauvestre upon the Jesuit policy. Vitality and hatred.
When to strike. Progress. Suppression, 1792. Rapid development, 1872. Leibnitz, or influence acquired by the
guides of education. Questions to guardians .
upon the Constitution, etc., of the Society of Jesus referred to.
over the parochial clergy
ened. Chauvel's confession. The king's judgment. Consti-
dead refused. The Archbishop of Paris banished
Jesuit establishment at St. Pierre, in Martinique. Privateers
Extinction of the Order in France
a monk; servants and thieving; adultery; assassination;
murder ; luxury. Expulsion of the enemy from France The Jesuit system extending among us. The Oratorians at
Brompton. Their system supported by the Dogma of
the Archbishop of Paris in 1865 Turning-points in the histories of France and England Jesuit attacks. Henry IV. Charles I. Elizabeth. Her life
attempted. Safety. Detractors Date of England's rising greatness. Perilous position of France.
Misgivings as to Ireland and England. The greatest caution
needful. England's only safety Report on the Constitution of the Jesuits, delivered by M. Louis
René de Caraduc de la Chalotais, Procureur-General of the