Thirty two pieces, never before translated, of the proceedings upon the tryal of M. Cadiere, and F. Girard [electronic resource] : which, with the 3 vols., intituled, the compleat translations, is a full account of that extraordinary and unparallel'd jesuitical affair : amongst which are the following curious pieces, 1. The whole examination of M. Cadiere, with observations : 2. A summary of the accusations preferr'd against F. Girard : 3. An analysis of the witnesses produced by the proctor : 4. The Bishop of Toulon's memorial of the facts that happen'd before him relating to this affair : 5. An answer to the foregoing memorial : 6. Observations upon a piece intituled, A short answer to all the memorials against Father Girard : 7. The real sentiments of M. Cadiere, as she gave them to her confessor, under her own hand, to be made publick, when she expected to suffer death : 8. A copy of the sentence pronounced by the Parliament of Aix, October 21, 1731 / / from the compleat Paris edition, in 8 volumes
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