Arrêt de la Cour de Parlement, du 6 août 1761. Vu par la cour, toutes les chambres assemblées, le compte rendu en ladite cour par l'un des conseillers en icelle le 8 juillet dernier, touchant la doctrine, morale, & pratique, des prêtres & ecoliers, soi-disans de la société de Jesus ...

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chez P. G. Simon
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Dec 31, 1761
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8
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French
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A young woman goes missing while backpacking in Thailand.

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