The Jesuits morals condemned, in sixty five of their professed maxims or tenants: by the late authentick decree of his Holiness, Pope Innocent the XI. With a table of some of the many authors of the said society, which maintain them. To which is added, a most instructive collection of general rules from scriptures and fathers, in opposition to the pernicious principles of these novelists. And a very satisfactory advertisement touching their condemnation. Translated out of French, as well for the satisfaction of all English Protestants, as for a caution and instruction to the Catholicks. By a loyal subject of the same religion
printed for Walter Kettilby, at the Bishop's Head in St. Paul's Church-Yard,
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