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The History of Protestantism
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VOLUME THIRD

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PROTESTANTISM IN FRANCE FROM DEATH OF HENRY IV (1610) TO THE REVOLUTION (1789).




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Chapter 1 LOUIS XIII. AND THE WARS OF RELIGION.
Henry IV Dies in the Midst of his Great Schemes Louis XIII Maria de Medici Regent Alarm of the Protestants Character of Maria de Medici Astrology Governs her Son Protestants hold a Political Convocation Henri de Rohan Degeneracy of the Huguenots Synods of the French Protestant Church New Policy of Louis XIII The Jesuits Toleration Invasion of Bearn Its Protestantism Suppressed Jesuit Logic Shall the Sword be Drawn? War Saumur Death of Duplessis-Mornay Siege of Montauban of St. Jean d'Angely A Scotch Pastor on the Ramparts Peace Question of the Distinct Autonomy of the Huguenots.
Chapter 2 FALL OF LA ROCHELLE, AND END OF THE WARS OF RELIGION.
Cardinal Richelieu His Genius His Schemes Resolves to Crush the Huguenots Siege of La Rochelle Importance of the Town English Fleet Sent to Succor it Treachery of Charles I The Fleet Returns A Second and Third Fleet Famine in La Rochelle Fall of the City End of the Religious Wars Despotism Established in France Fruitless Efforts of Rohan to Rouse the Huguenots Policy of Richelieu His Death Louis XIII Dies.
Chapter 3 INDUSTRIAL AND LITERARY EHINENCE OF THE FRENCH PROTESTANTS.
Liberty Falls with the Huguenots Louis XIV Mazarin at the Helm His Character The Nobles and the Mob The Protestants They Excel in Agriculture Their Eminence in Trade and Manufactures Their Superior Probity Foreign Commerce in their Hands Their Professional and Literary Eminence Pulpit Eloquence French Synods Mere Shadows of Former Assemblies French Protestant Seminaries Montauban Saumur Sedan Nimes Eminent Protestant Pastors Chamier Dumoulin Petit Rivet Basnage Blondel Bochart Drelincourt.
Chapter 4 THE DRAGONNADES.
The War of the Fronde Mazarin adopts the Foreign Policy of Richelieu Dies at the Height of his Power Louis XIV now Absolute "The State, it is I" His Error as a King His Error as a Man Alternate Sinning and Repenting Extermination of the Huguenots Confiscation of their Churches Arrets against Protestants Fund for the Purchase of Consciences Father la Chaise Madame de Maintenon The Dragonnades Conversions and Persecutions.
Chapter 5 REVOCATION OF THE EDICT OF NANTES.
Edict of Revocation Summary of its Enactments The Protestant Churches Demolished Charenton, etc. The Pastors Banished Severe Penalties No Burial without the Sacrament Lay Protestants Forbidden to Emigrate Schomberg and Admiral Duquesne The Ports and Outlets from France Closed The Flight of the Huguenots Their Disguises Flight of Women Their Sufferings on the Way Probable Numbers of the Refugees Disastrous Influence of the Revocation on Science and Literature on Trade and Manufactures on the Army and Navy France Weakened and Other Countries Enriched Panegyrics of the Clergy Approval of the Pope A Te Deum at Rome Medals in Commemoration of the Event.
Chapter 6 THE PRISONS AND THE GALLEYS.
"New Catholics" Suspected and Watched New and Terrible Persecutions Described by Quick The Dungeons Their Horrors M. de Marolles, and other Prisoners Other Modes of Punishment Transportation Sold into Foreign Slavery Martyrdom of Fulcran Rey Claude Brousson his Preaching His Martyrdom Drums round the Scaffold The Galley Chain Chateau de la Tournelle The Galleys.
Chapter 7 THE "CHURCH OF THE DESERT."
Secessions Rise of the "Church of the Desert" Her Places of Meeting Her Worship Pastors Communion "Tokens" Night Assemblies Simplicity yet Sublimity of her Worship Renewed Persecutions War of the Camisards Last Armed Struggle of French Protestantism No Voice Bossuet Antoine Court The "Restorer of Protestantism" Death of Louis XIV Theological Seminary at Lausanne Paul Rabaut The Edict of Malesherbes The Revolution.




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