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BLONDEL (DAVID). Esclaircissements familiers
de la contravene de 1'eucharistie, tirez de la
parole de Dieu, et des escrits des SS. Peres.
QueviUy, 1641. 8
De la primaute' en 1'Eglise. Geneve, 1641. fol.
Apologia pro sententia Hieronymi de Episco-
pis et Presbyteris. Amstel., 1646. 4
De formulae regnante Christo in veterum mo-
numentis usu, justas pro regibus maxim is Phi-
lippo I. & II. summaque regum omnium po tes-
tate, vindicias complexa diatribe.
Amstel, 1646. 4
Traitte' de la creance des Peres, touchant 1'estat
des ames apres cette vie. Et de 1'origine de la
priere pour les morts, et du purgatoire. A 1'oc-
casion de 1'escrit attribue' aux Sibylles ; qui est
icy examine'. Charenton, 1651. 4