Here are entered works on the practice of quartering troops in the households of French Protestants during the 18th century in order to bring about conversion to the Catholic Church.
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- An historical account of the sufferings and death of the faithful confessor and martyr, M. Isaac Le Fevre, an advocate of Parliament. Who after 18 years imprisonment, died a slave in the French king's gallies. Together with a particular relation of the condition of the other miserable prisoners there. (London, Printed by T.W. for Thomas Bennet ..., 1704) (page images at HathiTrust)
- Le dragon missionaire, or, The dragoon turn'd apostle: being a dialaogue between a French Protestant-gentleman, and a French dragoon, wherein the new-way of convverting hereticks by dragoons is very lively and truly represented : to which is annexed a letter of Monsieur Jurieu to a French gentleman of quality, upon his dragonary conversion / translated out of the original French ; suppressed in the the late reign, but now re[pr?]inted ... ([S.l. : s.n., 1686?]), by Pierre Jurieu (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- A Full account of the barbarous and unhumane usages of the French Protestants in France ([S.l : s.n., after 1685?]) (HTML at EEBO TCP)
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