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...Sirmond, Jean Sirmond, Jacques Molière (né Jean-Baptiste Poquelin) Richelieu, Armand Jean Du Plessis, cardinal de Somaize, Antoine Baudeau, sieur de Jean Sirmond was the nephew of the famous Jacques Sirmond , and the brother of the Jesuit...
...Fermat, Pierre Petit, Pierre Petiot, Étienne Lagny Montluçon Paris Richelieu, Armand Jean Du Plessis, cardinal de Étienne Petiot was born in Limoges Limoges in 1602. He joined the Society of Jesus in 1619. His career was not marked by any...
... to Paris in 1653. He devoted himself to preaching until he almost exhausted himself. In 1657, the Society called on him to write, along with François Annat , Jean de Brisacier and Jean de Lingendes, an important part of the Responses aux...
... ( Thessalonica , 1988). Burger Pierre-François , ‘Spymaster to Louis XIV: A Study of the Papers of the abbé Eusèbe Renaudot , in Ideology and Conspiracy: Aspects of Jacobitism, 1689–1759 ( Edinburgh , 1982), pp. 111–37 . Burger...
...Cornelius a Lapide Macao Tonkin François Tissanier was born in 1618, entered the Society of Jesus in 1634, was a missionary in Tonkin and then in China, and died in Macao on 24 December 1688.As well as the Relation du voyage … au royaume...
...Jacques Sirmond was born in Riom, in the Auvergne, on 12 October 1559, and died in Paris on 7 October 1651. He joined the Society of Jesus in 1576. He taught ancient languages in Pont-à-Mousson and then, from 1581, in Paris, where Pierre...