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35, 21, 151, 40, 37, 47, 285, 48, 235, 68, 309, 69, 77, 70, 85, 71,
124, 145, 147-149, 154-157, 171-172, 178; formation, 398.

Colleges: 2, 288, 6, 87, 11, 57, 38, 225, 41, 252; officials, 69, 75-77,
70, 81-85; examinations and prizes, 71, 376-377; reading or preach-
ing at meals, 51, 141, 290, 59, 81, 60, 141; minister eats at second
table, 39, 171; French, closed by parliaments, 70, 314.

In Austria - Prague (in university), 71, 237; Vienna, 43, 298.
In Belgium-Huy, 71, 387; Louvain, 50, 327; Tournai, 327,
56, 301, 69, 286, 289, 71, 151-152, 175.

In France - Agen, 23, 327, 52, 261; Aix, 15, 248, 50, 327, 59,
306; Aix-en-Provence, 47, 318; Alby, 320; Alençon, 4, 269, 28,
318, 56, 301, 60, 319, 321, 63, 302, 64, 274; Amiens, 6, 327, 8, 291-
292, 11, 278, 15, 247, 34, 249, 50, 325, 58, 297, 60, 321, 65, 263, 266,
67, 339; Angers, 34, 249; Angoulême, 68, 333, 71, 169; Armentières,
50, 327; Arras, 52, 262, 56, 301, 63, 302, 64, 274, 65, 264; Aubenas,
47, 319; Aurillac, 34, 246, 47, 320, 60, 318; Avignon, 6, 322, 14,
288, 50, 327, 57, 318, 66, 339, 67, 339, 71, 137, 143, 171, 72, 18;
Besançon, 57, 318; Bethune, 50, 327, 69, 289; Béziers, 23, 327;
Billom, 44, 322; Blois, 11, 278, 58, 295, 60, 319-320, 322; Bordeaux,
23, 327, 52, 261, 57, 318, 59, 306, 60, 323, 64, 278, 66, 346, 67, 333,
68, 329, 333, 71, 147, 151, 153-154, 158, 160, 162-165, 167-168, 179;
Bourges, 4, 255, 266-267, 5, 275, 9, 312-313, 11, 278, 18, 256, 31,
289, 34, 245, 50, 325, 56, 301, 58, 295, 60, 319, 321, 61, 273, 62,
271, 63, 302, 64, 274, 65, 264, 66, 341, 345; Caen, 4, 266, 5, 275,
6, 326, 8, 290, 292, 12, 274, 24, 311, 45, 271, 65, 263, 69, 288;
Cahors, 34, 246, 60, 318; Cambrai, 56, 301; Carcassonne, 34, 246;
Carpentras, 66, 339, 346; Chalons, 59, 315; Chambéry, 50, 327;
Charleville, 24, 310, 50, 322; Clermont (see below Paris, Louis-le-
grand), 4, 255, 5, 275, 290, 6, 326, 8, 292, 307, 9, 312-313, 14, 288,
15, 247, 249-250, 23, 326, 28, 318, 30, 306, 43, 89, 320, 45, 269,
47, 241, 60, 318, 62, 271, 71, 387; Clermont-Farrand, 60, 318;
Compiègne, 321, 64, 275; Dijon, 59, 315; Dôle, 14, 288, 57, 318,
59, 306, 66, 339, 346, 71, 157; Douay, 50, 327, 56, 301, 69, 289;
Embrun, 59, 306, 66, 339; Eu, 3, 175, 4, 256, 5, 290, 6, 327, 8, 291,
307. 15, 249, 41, 257, 52, 262, 59, 315, 60, 322, 62, 276, 65, 264;
Grenoble, 59, 306; Hesdin, 52, 262, 58, 295, 60, 321, 65, 264; La
Flèche (Flesche), 1, 316, 4, 255-256, 266, 269, 5, 275, 6, 326-327, 8,
290, 292, 9, 313, 11, 278, 14, 288, 15, 247, 249, 18, 256, 24, 311,
30, 306, 34, 245, 39, 171, 41, 241, 257, 45, 269, 47, 320, 50, 325,
52, 262, 58, 295-297, 59, 315, 60, 315, 318-320, 322, 61, 273, 62, 271,
276, 64, 275, 65, 263, 66, 338, 341, 345, 71, 179-180; Langres, 50,
322; La Rochelle, 60, 323, 66, 346, 68, 333, 69, 65; Lille (Lisle),
50, 327, 56, 301, 69, 289; Limoges, 67, 333, 68, 333, 71, 165-166,
176; Luçon, 68, 313, 332-333, 69, 41, 61, 65; Lyons, 14, 288, 50,

JESUITS: THE ORDER (continued)—

ORDER: Colleges (continued)-

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326-327, 57, 318, 59, 306, 63, 301, 66, 346, 67, 343, 71, 151, 73,
19-Trinity Jesuit school, 14, 288; Maçon, 50, 327; Marennes, 68,
333; Mauriac, 23, 327, 34, 246; Metz, 50, 323; Montrouge, 4, 271;
Moulins, 18, 256, 24, 311, 34, 245, 52, 262, 59, 315, 62, 271, 65, 264;
Nancy, 24, 310, 50, 322, 59, 315, 71, 146, 149-150, 153, 157, 167,
174; Nantes, 68, 281; Nevers, 4, 255, 266, 5, 275, 8, 292, 28, 318,
61, 273, 65, 263-265; Nîmes, 15, 248, 66, 346; Orleans, 8, 292, 9,
313, 12, 274, 15, 250, 18, 256, 60, 322, 61, 273, 66, 335, 71, 174;
Pamiers, 60, 318, 71, 172; Paris, 4, 235, 255-256, 266-267, 6, 67,
326, 8, 290-292, 12, 274, 15, 247, 250, 18, 256, 20, 308, 23, 326, 24,
312, 28, 117, 318, 35, 145, 40, 21, 41, 257, 50, 323, 325, 52, 261,
38, 295, 297, 59, 315-316, 60, 315, 318-319, 322, 61, 273, 62, 271,
273, 276, 63, 302, 64, 274-275, 65, 263-266, 66, 338, 341, 344-
346, 67, 333, 339, 69, 303-304, 71, 138-163, 165, 169, 172, 174, 177–
Louis-le-grand, 66, 35, 41, 71, 27, 168, 178, 387 (see above Cler-
mont); Pau, 23, 327, 64, 278, 66, 346, 71, 147; Périgueux, 64,
278; Poitiers, 4, 272, 23, 327, 60, 323, 67, 333; Pont-à-Mousson,
15, 247, 24, 310, 50, 322-323, 59, 315; Puy, 23, 327, 48, 297, 60,
141; Quimper, 30, 306, 65, 265, 66, 345, 71, 399; Rennes, 4, 269,
5, 275, 9, 313, 11, 278, 15, 249, 30, 306, 31, 103-105, 38, 293, 56,
301, 66, 346, 71, 51, 157; Rheims, 14, 287, 50, 322-323, 66, 341;
Roanne, 57, 318, 66, 339; Rodez, 23, 328, 44, 322, 47, 319; Rouen,
4, 255-256, 265, 269-272, 5, 275-290, 6, 326, 8, 291-292, 9, 313, II,
278, 12, 274, 14, 288, 15, 247, 250, 18, 256, 24, 310-311, 28, 318,
31, 289, 37, 135, 38, 187, 50, 325, 56, 301, 58, 297, 60, 319, 61, 273,
62, 271, 63, 302, 64, 274, 65, 263, 66, 338, 71, 138-141, 143,
178; Saintes, 60, 323, 67, 333, 68, 333; St. Flour, 48, 297; St. Malo,
71, 53; Salins, 66, 339; Sens, 24, 310; Toulouse, 23, 327-328, 44,
322, 47, 319, 48, 297, 60, 318, 66, 346, 71, 145, 148-149, 154, 157;
Tournon, 34, 246, 48, 297, 60, 318; Tours, 50, 325, 56, 251, 58,
295, 60, 319, 66, 338; Tulle, 60, 323, 64, 278; Uzès, 67, 339; Val,
34, 249; Vannes, 4, 271-272, 15, 249, 24, 311, 28, 318, 52, 262, 65,
264-265, 66, 338, 67, 341, 71, 399; Velay, 48, 297; Verdun, 15,
247, 50, 323; Vesoul, 66, 339; Vienne, 59, 306.

In Germany-Augsburg, 28, 314; Dillingen, 314, 42, 298;
Ensisheim, 59, 315.

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In Italy Fermo, 18, 255; Macerata (university), 38, 215; Rome,
15, 250, 18, 255, 23, 326-327, 24, 310, 60, 317, 71, 144-145; Sezza,
23, 326; Tivoli, 326; house of professed at Rome, 18, 15, 37.

In Mexico-Vera Cruz, 70, 267.

In Peru - Juli (also a publishing house), 3, 298.

In Spain - Cordova, Monterey, Montilla, 27, 314; St. Sebastian,
70, 295; Salamanca, Valladolid, 3, 298.

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In Canada Montreal (conducted by priests in residence there),

64, 139, 149, 71, 215, 217; burned, 64, 135, 71, 215; view, 64, 135;

plan, 151. Montreal - old college (see Montreal: ecclesiastical)

(St. Mary's), 1, xi, 34, 43, 34, 249, 67, 337, 71, 121, 72, 11;

founded, 4, 271, 28, 306; portraits of missionaries at, 71, 400;

maintains free library, 237; history, 299, 310; fêtes jubilaires,

310-311. Quebec (see Quebec: ecclesiastical and educational).

In United States - Boston, 34, 249; Buffalo (Canisius), 4, 5;

Chicago (St. Ignatius), 71, 240; Cleveland (St. Ignatius), 4, 5;

Fordham, N. Y., 34, 249; Georgetown, D. C., I, xii, 41, 250,

Grand Côteau, La. (St. Charles), 20, 16; Milwaukee (Marquette),

71, 150; New York (St. Francis Xavier), I, xii, 34, 249;

Omaha (Creighton), 72, 11; Prairie du Chien, Wis. (Sacred

Heart), 14, 4; St. Louis, 72, 11; St. Mary's, Kans. (St. Mary's),

4, 5; Woodstock, Md., 1, xii, 2, 288, 20, 16, 34, 249.

Publications: burned by public executioner, 70, 314. Catalogi

personarum, cited, 8, 290, 25, 23, 36, 250, 47, 317, 57, 318, 58, 296,

60, 318, 64, 155, 68, 328, 69, 75-79, 288, 70, 81-89, 71,

158, 176, 206-207, 237, 398-399, 72, 17-18. Constitutiones, 71, 237.

Exercitia spiritualia (“Spiritual exercises "), I, 201, 19, 137, 34,

95, 185, 189, 39, 227, 239, 60, 321 (see also Retreat). Institutum,

2, 217, 306, 71, 237, 241; investigated by Paris parliament, 70,

314; condemned by Louisiana council, 215-219; Jesuits required to

abjure, 297. Lettres édifiantes-scope, I, 43; accounts of N. Amer.

missions, 43-44; bibliography, 66, 297-334; value, 298; price, 312,

318-321, 324; Patouillet edits, 67, 339; cited (Toulouse ed.), 58,

296, 65, 263, 66, 298, 335, 347, 348, 67, 328, 329, 68, 111, 253,

322, 332, 333, 69, 281, 70, 303, 311, 71, 237; portions reprinted in

this series, I, 44, 72, 9. Litterae annuae, cited, 1, 41, 314, 2, 195,

287, 290, 3, 287, 71, 237; libraries where found, 2, 288- Rel. Rer.

Gestarum, 1613-14, 2, 2, 193-285, 290, 71, 183. Mémoires de

Trévoux, periodical published by Jesuits, 69, 304.

II. MISSIONS IN NEW FRANCE AND LOUISIANA.
THE MISSIONARIES: 2, 299, 21, 129, 30, 223, 41, 211, 49, 49, 56,
261, 267, 281, 283, 57, 317, 58, 143, 294, 297. 59, 63, 81, 271, 60,
99, 123, 127, 317, 61, 53, 55, 270, 62, 47, 49, 191, 276, 63, 257,
64, 145, 68, 281.

Characteristics: knowledge of human nature, 33, 145; devotion to
their work, 17, 11, 43-45, 121, 32, 189, 35, 29, 127-131, 197, 36, 51-
53, 37, 137, 39, 87, 135-137, 153, 237 — sentiments regarding it, 8,
169-193; fervor, 36, 229, 40, 25-31, 44, 61, 45, 49, 52, 45; heroism,
I, vii, viii, 40, 39, 179, 187-189, 221-223, 239-243, 249, 43, 301, 44, 45;

JESUITS: MISSIONS IN NEW FRANCE AND LOUISIANA (continued)-
THE MISSIONARIES: Characteristics (continued)—

humility, 31, 125, 129, 35, 125, 141, 39, 237, 261; austerities —
(see Mortifications, and Penances); obedience, 34, 177-179, 35, 123,
125, 129, 133, 147, 38, 39, 39, 59, 87, 167, 263, 70, 277-279; other
virtues, 68, 241-243. Philanthropy -aid Port Royal colonists, 2,
233, 243; aid sick, 4, 215, 6, 111, 135, 8, 149, 11, 111, 163, 12, 139,
13, 111-115, 143-147, 159, 169, 235, 14, 51, 153, 165, 173, 233, 263,
15, 69, 83-85, 131, 17, 29, 45, 51, 20, 241, 24, 165-167; die from
contagious diseases, while caring for the sick, 71, 152, 170, 173; aid
shipwrecked sailors, 34, 235; aid Indians (see below Policy to-
ward Indians); methods of bestowing charity, 35, 99; providence
for future, 33, 259, 35, 27, 99, 70, 29.

Events in history —

Sent to Canada, 1, 8, 16, 129, 207, 2, 61, 83, 173-179, 211-215, 3,
27, 161-165, 179, 4, 2, 4, 171, 233, 255, 260, 263, 11, 131, 14, 219,
16, 19-21, 18, 75, 23, 326-328, 24, 309-310, 28, 273, 51, 85, 60,
107, 68, 229, 69, 287-290, 304-to Louisiana, 67, 267, 341-342,
72, 18-19; driven from Acadia by English (see below Missions:
Souriquois). Invited by Récollets, return to Canada, 1, 7-8, 17,
2, 81, 173, 203, 211, 3, 163, 167, 4, 2, 233, 259-260; aided by Récol-
lets, 171-173; house built for, 181, 217 (see below Residences
-N. D. des Anges); opposed by brethren at Paris, 181; sent to
Europe by English, 255, 260, 263, 39, 49, 167, 171; return to Can-
ada (1632), I, 17, 4, 260, 265-266, 270, 5, 11, 275, 39, 49; repair
their house, 4, 266, 6, 69, 326; aided by Giffard, 327; right to sol-
emnize marriages questioned, 15, 250, 30, 191; favor devotions of
Loreto, 18, 256; losses in fire of 1640, 19, 65-67; take refuge in
hospital, 67; not attacked by smallpox, 93; soldiers lodged
with, 27, 89; say mass for Montmagny, 28, 223; cheated by an
adventurer, 233; losses through shipwreck, 245, 34, 59, 235,
41, 237; attend a comedy at Quebec, 28, 251; their New-Year's
gifts, 30, 153, 32, 67-69, 75, 34, 39, 35, 31, 36, 113; disapprove of
bonfires on saints' days, 30, 163, 183, 35, 35, 51, 36, 115; funds
for pious works given to, 30, 157; ask advice from France, 191;
sent back to France, 306, 35, 53-57, 36, 53, 59, 40, 59, 44, 107,
67, 344; gifts to, from Indians, 32, 285; say masses for mission-
aries, 34, 21; gifts to parish church, 41, 42, 269-271; warn Pe-
tuns against Iroquois, 35, 109; bishop of Canada should be chosen
from, 36, 69-71, 237; plan for French control of Lake Ontario, 40,
221, 256-257; give inventories to French merchants, 41, 243; re-
ports for 1655 lost, 213; build clergy-house, 43, 324; board a
pupil at seminary, 45, 119; first, ordained in Canada, 50, 324;
some possess annuities in France, 60, 139; hostile to La Salle,

57, 316; threatened by English soldiers, 64, 47; voyage of exiled,
to France, 70, 291-297; privileges in capitulation, 71, 99, 394;
ordained after the conquest, 172, 176, 179-180; forbidden to receive
new members, 28, 305; sued by Lavalette's creditors, 71, 49;
seigniorial privileges, 65, 67, 79, 91; loyal to English government,
97; suffer in French Revolution, 175, 178; number resident in
Canada in 1789, 101; transfer their estates to Canadian people,
101-103; last of, dies at Quebec, 28, 305, 39, 267, 301, 71, 395.

In Louisiana - obligations in regard to southern missions, 70,
241, 257-259; recalled to France, 65, 265, 66, 339; return to Lou-
isiana, 67, 341-342; accusations against, refuted, 70, 221-245, 257-
263; deprived of their property, 219-221; harshly treated by colonial
authorities, 219, 265, 269-283; give their books to Capuchins, 289-291;
expelled from Louisiana, 64, 280, 68, 328, 70, 213-269, 286-301, 310
- from Illinois, 269-285.

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Reëstablished in Canada, 59, 301; remaining archives restored
to, 28, 305, 309, 59, 301; incorporated in Canada, 71, 393; own
site of Ste. Marie (Huron mission), 5, 295; "inquiry regarding
lives and blessed deaths," 38, 189, 295; persecutions, hardships,
etc. see Missionaries, and Martyrs.

Relations with government: praised by Champlain, 5, 251; Le
Jeune authorized to act as governor, 8, 308-holds Chasteaufort's
commission, 308, 9, 209; disagreement with La Ralde, 5, 278; Mont-
magny deputes Lalemant to act for him, 27, 87; entertain officials,
32, 85, 36, 145, 50, 187; advise in public affairs, 32, 105; superior
a member of the council, 36, 191, 306, 46, 153, 187; praised by Avau-
gour, 46, 153; recommend Mézy as governor, 47, 316; Louis XIV.'s
opinion of, 53, 303; Talon's relations with, 49, 173, 53, 303; blamed
by Courcelles, 50, 183-185; relations with Frontenac, 1, 41, 55, 315,
322, 62, 155, 273; with Denonville, 63, 303; with various intend-
ants, 303, 68, 87, 69, 237; quarrel with Cadillac, 65, 272; in public
conference at Quebec, 62, 159; summoned to Montreal by gov-
ernors, 67, 51; sent to other colonies and to Indians on public
business, 29, 47-63, 36, 246-247, 42, 37, 41, 57-125, 44, 97-99, 117-
119, 323 (see also Albanel, Chaumonot, Dablon, Druillettes, Jogues,
and Le Moyne); see also names of various governors and intend-
ants. Aided by French government (see below Missions).

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Relations with habitants: furnished by them with fuel, 27, 103
-they refuse to continue this, 28, 237; grants of money from,
227, 237, 35, 39-41 for building church, etc., 27, 89, 28, 225, 319;
partially repay maintenance of soldiers, 27, 89; Jesuits avert fam-
ine by furnishing seed, 34, 51; valuables deposited with them, 32,
69, 99, 49, 161; regaled by Bourdon, 37, 119; debtors of Sevestre,
43, 73; superior visited by habitants, 46, 159; at Montreal, 64, 153;
in Illinois, seek to retain Jesuits, 70, 275.

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