The Jesuits cabinet broken up, or, the Form of Jesuitical government. :
Where (as in a mirrour) we may behold, what methods the jesuits take, to render their society a perfect monarchy: together, with their private and most secret maxima, by which they rule for the advantage and benefit of their said society. Translated out of the original Italian into English, for the general good of mankind. Particularly, for the use and caution of princes among whom they reside. By an impartial hand.
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Dublin : printed by J[ohn]. Brocas, in School-House-Lane, and are to be sold by Math. Gunne and Rob. Thornton booksellers in Essex-street, 1700.
Printer's name from Wing (CD-ROM edition).
The first and last leaves are blank.
Physical description: , 90,  ; 12mo
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), J710A
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