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and by the communication of it to the parties con-
cerned, for their consent to the publication. Accord-
ingly this was done, through the medium of a
French literary friend, to whom the writer begs to
offer his best thanks for that and other services
which he has kindly rendered him, as also for the
French annotations from his pen which will be found
printed at the foot of the pages of the Journal.

It is a satisfaction to him to reflect, that by being
submitted to persons in France peculiarly qualified
to judge of its accuracy, his narrative has received a
stamp of authenticity which it would not otherwise
have possessed.

The Notes which the Author has added at the
close of the volume are designed to give further
evidence in illustration of the main topics of the
Journal, which appear to be assuming every day
more and more importance both in France and in
our own country.

April, 1845.

ADVERTISEMENT

TO THE SECOND EDITION.

To this edition a Table of Contents has been pre-
fixed; and some important documents have been
added to the Notes.

Cloisters, Westminster,

May 18, 1846.

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Diligence

126

College of Juilly

128

Abbé Bautain

129-135

Abbé Goscheler-Subordination-French Schools

129-130

Jesuit schools

131

Religious instruction at Juilly

132

Scholastic punishments

133

Library-Bossuet

134

Refectory

135

Learning of Clergy

136

Argument for Papal Spiritual Supremacy

137–139
Ignorance in France concerning the English Church and its
Reformation

140-143

Royal Supremacy

141

Feeling toward England

142

Versailles

144

French domestic education

145

Marriage

146

Jesuits

147

Academic examinations

148–152

Agrégés

149

Frères Gaume

152

Antichristianism.-Separation of Church and State ; its political

and religious consequences

153—157

Results of the Charte of 1830 favourable to the Papacy

154

Influence of Regular Clergy on the popular mind

157

Counter influence of the Sceptical School

158

These two forms of Antichristianism produce and reproduce,

act and react on each other; both dangerous to the Crown

and Constitution

Hopes for France

160

Fanatical Extravagances of Infidelity in the Literary and
Educational Institutions of Paris

161-165—171

French Publishing trade

162

Misconceptions concerning the Royal Supremacy

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165-168

English Church and Reformation

168

M. Hase

170

Mesmerism

171

Academy's Prize for an Eulogy on Voltaire

173
Seurs de Charité Protestantes. Description of this establish-

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