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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - October 3, 1730, London, Middlesex e Daily Coui*�rit* Saturday, O&dber 3, 1730. Yefterday arrived the Mail due from Holland; Paris, Auguft 6. N. S. The LETTER written tfi the Kjtig by the General Affembly of the Ctirgy of France, held in the Convent of the Great Auguftins at Paris, in the Tear 1730. cc w SI E have, long felr, with the " keeneft Sorrow, all that " Licentioufnefs and Trea-" chery have bkherto inci-" ted the Adverfaties of the Cobftitution Vnigenitus to attempt for reVerfing, if it *' had been poffible, that Judgment of the " Church. We expe&ed, that Time and " Reflexion would have reclaim'd thofe tur-" bulent Spirits, . or that they wonid have 4t yielded to the Methods your Majeity's ".Wifdom made ufe of, to recover them: " To the Artifices, Invectives and Galum, nies, which they have been continually throwing upon us, we' have oppoled no-1 thing but a Moderation, of wbofe Ufeful-'* nefs and Danger we have had too much , *' Experience. *' Buc could we forbear riling up, Sire, ** againft a rafti and feditious Letter, writ-�* ten,to your Majefty by theBifhop.of Mdnt-" peiier, and induttrioufly fpread ambng the. *' People ? in which he labours to render the " firft Order of your State contemptible to " you, and to make you fufpedt their Fideli-"ty ^ in which he borrows from Proteftant " Authors the moft odious Fa&s and Expref-" (ions* to root out of the Minds of the Peo-" pie the Refpe& they owe to die, .Head of " the Church ; in which, in a Word, to