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A GLIMPSE

OF THE

GREAT SECRET SOCIETY.

CERTE NON APERTI, NON SIMPLICES, NON INGENUI. . . .VERSUTI POTIUS,
ASTUTI, FALLACES, MALITIOSI, CALLIDI, VETERATORES, VAFRI.”

Cicero.
“ BY WHOSE AID ASPIRING
TO SET HIMSELF IN GLORY 'BOVE HIS PEERS,
HE TRUSTED TO HAVE EQUALLED THE MOST HIGH.”

MILTON, Paradise Lost, I. 38–40.

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Forgeries — the Isidorian Decretals. Canon of Sardica.

Donations

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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
Clerics to join other Orders. The Brief to be strictly enforced; to

all eternity valid
Jesuit statistics. Condemnation of the Order by the Dogma
Pope Ganganelli calumniated, Real character of Clement XIV.
Infallibility exemplified, or the Bulls of 1773 and 1814. Pius VII.

and his "experienced rowers
His Holiness' salutary fear of the Jesuits. Voltaire. Sudden

death
Cardinal Bellarmine.
Sudden death of Clement XIII.

The
death warrant
Pope Ganganelli poisoned: the post-mortem. The nuns' Acqua
Tofana
To whom the poisoning of Clement XIV. is due. Motives

of Pius VII.
Brief of Pius IX. for the restoration of the Order. Reciprocal aid
“Quirinus.” Excitement in the camp. The Redemptionists

The Gesù. Relation of the Jesuits to the other Orders, .
The Urim and Thummim. Mutual exaltation. Immunity
Under the cloak of infallibility. An awakening
Training of O'Farrell, the assassin. Henry IV. of France.

Attempted murder of the French and Russian Emperors.
H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh
The Secret Society and Fenianism. Hatred of England.

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Joly, the Jesuit historian. College at Stonyhurst.

Fathers Callaghan and Betah
College training of Irish students. Clongowes
Carlow Magazine. Incitements to crime
Irish abuse of British statesmen. The Society's teaching.

Mass and blessing for O'Farrell, the dupe of the
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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 .
M. de Chalotais' speech and Report to the Parliament of Bretagne

upon the Constitution, etc., of the Society of Jesus referred to.
C. Habeneck upon the modus operandi. M. Garnier Pagès.
Doctrines of the “ Community.” Moral code. Intention.
Unchangeableness. Sint ut sunt aut non sint.” Influence

over the parochial clergy
“ Secret Instructions"
Political intrigue in Poland, Switzerland, France, and S. America
Revival of the Society, how effected, in 1814. The Propaganda.

Gaeta
Father Chauvel and Ambrose Guys, 1701 : the sick man and the

good Fathers
Berenger's petition to the Judges, 1715. His assassination threat-

ened. Chauvel's confession. The king's judgment. Consti-
tution of the eleven Parliaments of France. Burial of the

dead refused. The Archbishop of Paris banished
The Jesuits and trading. Father Lavalette, Procureur of the

Jesuit establishment at St. Pierre, in Martinique. Privateers
fitted out. Sacy. Masses and Money. The Prime Minister
of Louis XV. Five days too late. Condemnation of the
Jesuits. Appeal and special pleading. Pros and cons.
Revelation of their Constitutions. The Abbé Chauvelin.

Extinction of the Order in France
Extracts from the “Secret Constitutions.” Moral Code. A judge;

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

Supremacy
The great means of effective opposition publicity, and a Scriptural

liturgy
Tyranny of the Papal system, as evidenced in the Pope's letter to

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

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