Jesuits -- Education -- Switzerland -- Porrentruy. : Le collège des jésuites de Porrentruy au temps de Jacques-Christophe Blarer de Wartensee, 1588-1610 / Nicolas Barré. Suivi du Catalogue des ouvrages entrés dans la Bibliothèque du Collège des jésuites de Porrentruy de 1591 à 1608 / par Yves Crevoisier et Cecilia Hurley, compléments de Romain Jurot.
Jesuits -- Encyclopedias. : The Cambridge encyclopedia of the Jesuits / general editor, Thomas Worcester, SJ ; associate editors, Megan C. Armstrong, James Corkery, SJ, Alison Fleming, Andrés Ignacio Prieto ; assistant editor, Henry Shea, SJ.
Jesuits -- England -- Exhibitions. : Catholic collecting, Catholic reflection 1538-1850 : objects as a measure of reflection on a Catholic past and the construction of a recusant identity in England and America / curated by Virginia C. Raguin ; with contributions from A.T. Doyle ... [and others].
Jesuits -- England -- Herefordshire -- Early works to 1800. : A short narrative of the discovery of a colledge of Jesuits, at a place called the Come, in the county of Hereford : which was sent up unto the Right Honourable the Lords assembled in Parliament, at the end of the last sessions, by the Right Reverend Father in God, Herbert, Lord Bishop of Hereford, according to an order sent unto him by the said Lords, to make diligent search, and return an account thereof : to which is added a true relation of the knavery of Father Levvis, the pretended Bishop of Landaffe, now a prisoner in Monmouth Goal .
Jesuits -- England -- History -- Early works to 1800. : The Jesuits manner of consecrating both the persons and weapons imploy'd for the murdering kings and princes by them accounted hereticks : being matter of fact. Translated out of Hospinian's History of the Jesuits, pag. 366. printed at Zurich in the year 1670. Imprimatur, Novemb. 16. 1678.
Jesuits -- France -- Apologetic works. : A letter of a Catholike man beyond the seas, written to his friend in England : including another of Peter Coton priest, of the Society of Iesus, to the Queene Regent of France / translated out of French into English ; touching the imputation of the death of Henry the IIII, late K. of France, to priests, Iesuites, or Catholicke doctrine.
Jesuits -- France -- History -- 17th century. : The French herald : summoning all true Christian princes to a generall croisade, for a holy warre against the great enemy of Christendome, and all his slaues, vpon the occasion of the most execrable murther of Henry the great : to the prince.