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Pietas parisiensis or, A short description of the pietie and charitie comonly exercised in Paris : which represents in short the pious practises of the whole Catholike Chvrch. by Thomas Carre

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Published by By Vincent Dv Movtier in Printed at Paris .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Charities -- France -- Paris,
  • Paris (France) -- Charities

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Edition Notes

Other titlesA short description of the pietie and charitie comonly exercised in Paris, The pietie of Paris
StatementBy Thomas Carre ...
The Physical Object
Pagination252 p.
Number of Pages252
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20686737M

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47 Pietas parisiensis, or, A short description of the pietie and charitie commonly exercised in Paris:which represents in short the pious practises of the whole Catholike Church (Paris: Vincent du Moutier, ), – 42 Thomas Carre, Pietas parisiensis or a short description of the piety and charitie comonly exercised in Paris. Paris, Vincent du Moutier, Clancy pp. –51, ‘Of the charities done to the English Monasterie called our B. Ladys of Sion by Monsiegneur Peter Séguier Chancelour of . Pietas Parisiensis, or a short description of the Pietie and Charitie commonly exercised in Paris. Which represents in short the pious practises of the whole Catholike Church, Paris, An abridgment of this work was published by Abraham Woodhead in Pietas Romana et Parisiensis, Oxford, , and that work elicited Some Reflections, with. Get this from a library! Some reflections upon a treatise call'd Pietas Romana & Parisiensis, lately printed at Oxford: to which are added, I, A vindication of Protestant charity, in answer to some passages in Mr. E.M.'s Remarks on a late conference, II, A defence of the Oxford reply to two discourses there printed, A.D., [James Harrington].