Father Henry More shistory which extends to 1635, and Father Bartoli s Inghiltcrra which does not go beyond 1610, there is no published account whatever, of the labours and sufferings of the English Province S.J. Short lives of some of its martyrs and confessors are given in Father Mathias Tanner sworks Vita ct mors Jesuitarum pro fide intcrfcctorum, and Sodetatis Jesu A post 1- I mitatrix; also in a little book called Brans relatio fdicis agon is, c., which is attributed to Father Tanner, and is compiled from the Annual Letters of the English Province S.J. of the period, namely, the time of the terrible persecution arising from the feigned plot of Titus Gates and his associates ;to these we may add Florus A nglo-B avaricus, in which Father John Keynes is said to have had a great hand. But these works, compiled in Latin and I talian, are extremely rare, and, as regards the public in general, may be considered as sealed books; and, since those authors wrote, a large store of most deeply interesting matter to which they had no access, has become available by the opening to the public of the treasures of the State Papers in the Public Record Office, the British Museum, c., and also many of the State Paper Offices upon the Continent.
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