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The history of the persecution of the valleys of Piedmont

containing an account of what hath passed in the dissipation of the churches and the inhabitants of the valleys, which happened in the year 1686.

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Published by Printed for Tho. Newborough ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Waldenses -- Italy.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 57:7.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[2], 50 p.
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16766941M

    Origin and early history of the Waldensian Church - Biography of Claude, Archbishop of Turin. ALTHOUGH the origin of the Waldensian Church has long occupied the attention of the learned, like all distant objects, it still remains in partial obscurity, and consequently gives rise to . HISTORY OF THE ANCIENT CHRISTIANS - BOOK 2 Giving an entire History both as to its Preparations and Execution, of the Tenth and last Persecution of the Vaudois in , The Declaration and Manifesto of the Protestants of the Valleys of Piedmont, called the Vaudois.

    In A History of the Vaudois Church from Its Origin, and of the Vaudois of Piedmont to the Present Day, Antoine Monastier posits that the Vaudois church is the link that unites Protestant churches directly to the primitive churches born from the apostles. Beginning with the state of the Christian church at the accession of the emperor Constantine, Monastier provides a succinct history of the. The Glorious Recovery by the Vaudois of Their Valleys, by Henri Arnaud, , with a compendious history of that people previous and subsequent to that event by Hugh Dyke Acland, (microfilm). The Waldenses, or Protestant Valleys of Piedmont and Dauphiny, by William Beattie, (microfilm).

    rather than from the Piedmont Valleys, review les­ son 3. See especially the discussion concerning the Bulletin/Bollettino articles about the Second Exile and, if your ancestors were from Pragelato, the ex­ planation about the Mentoulles parish register. Persecution and pressure caused French Waldensians quickly to join with the French Re­. THE VAUDOIS OF PIEDMONT. THE VAUDOIS OF PIEDMONT: A Visit to their Valleys, WITH A SKETCH OF THEIR REMARKABLE HISTORY AS A CHURCH AND PEOPLE TO THE PRESENT DATE. With Map of the Valleys. BY REV. J. N. WORSFOLD, M.A., Vicar of Christ Church, Somers Town, London. "TRITUNTUR MALLEI REMANET INCUS." LONDON: J. F. SHAW & CO., 48, .


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Account of the Persecutions in the Valleys of Piedmont Many of the Waldenses, to avoid the persecutions to which they were continually subjected in France, went and settled in the valleys of Piedmont, where they increased exceedingly, and flourished very much for a considerable time.

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The History of the Persecution of the Valleys of Piedmont: Containing an Account of What Hath Passed in the Author: Gilbert Burnet.

An Account of the Persecutions in the Valleys of Piedmont, in the Seventeenth Century Pope Clement the Eighth, sent missionaries into the valleys of Piedmont, to induce the Protestants to renounce their religion; and these missionaries having erected monasteries in several parts of the valleys, became exceedingly troublesome to those of the reformed, where the monasteries appeared, not only as.

The history of the persecution of the valleys of Piedmont: containing an account of what hath passed in the dissipation of the churches and the inhabitants of the valleys. The History of the Persecution of the Valleys of Piedmont, Containing an Account of What Hath Passed in the Dissipation of the Churches and the Inhabi Height: In Length: In Width: In Weight: lbsThe History of the Persecution of the Valleys of Piedmont, Containing an Account of What Hath Passed in the Dissipation of the Churches and the Inhabi Paperback.

The history of the persecution of the valleys of Piedmont: containing an account of what hath passed in the dissipation of the churches and the inhabitants of the valleys, which happened in the year by Burnet, Gilbert,   Fox's Book of Martyrs is truly a bedtime story compared to the accounts in this book.

Moreland, at the behest of the king of England who heard of the massacres in these valleys, compiled this detailed account of the churches of the valleys of northern Italy and s: 3. And, indeed, they were wholly exterminated, for that valley was afterwards peopled with new inhabitants, not one family of the Waldenses having subsequently resided in it; which proves beyond dispute, that all the inhabitants, and of both sexes, died at that time.” [Perrin’s History of the Waldenses, book.

In a group of approximately 70 Waldensians, including men, women, and children left their homes in the Piedmont Valleys and migrated to Pleasant Green, Hunter, and Ogden, Utah, after being converted to Mormonism by Lorenzo Snow.

These Waldensians maintained their cultural heritage, while passing on their mixture of Mormon and Waldensian. Those in the Piedmont valleys enjoyed religious peace fromowing to the political dependence of the districts upon France. A contrary policy was pursued by the Dukes of Savoy ; but the Waldenses at the very outset successfully resisted, and in were granted in certain districts the free exercise of their religion.

In the valleys of Piedmont events were from time to time occurring that showed that the inquisitor’s vengeance had been scotched, not killed.

While the Vaudois as a race were prosperous, their churches mutliplying, and their faith extending it geographical area from one area to another, individual Vaudois were being at times seized, and put.

The history of the Evangelical churches of the valleys of Piemont: containing a most exact geographical description of the place, and a faithfull account of the doctrine, life, and persecutions of the ancient inhabitants ; Together, with a most naked and punctual relation of the late bloudy massacre, ; And a narrative of all the following transactions, to the year of Our Lord, The eighth Persecution of the Vaudois of Piedmont, by the Dutchess of Savoy, and Charles Emanuel her son, by treachery, mas.

sacre and war, from the yeartill 1. Of the abominable means that the Marquess of Pianesse made use of to surprise the Vaudois of Piedmont, and to enter into the Valleys, and of the cruel massacre he made of. It is a pure forgery."–"Ancient Church of Piedmont," pp.

Oxford "It is not true, that Waldo gave this name to the inhabitants of the valleys; they were called Waldenses, or Vaudes, before his time, from the valleys in which they dwelt"–Id., p. Persecution in the Valley of Piedmont, in the Seventeenth Century Gigovanni Pelanchion, for refusing to turn papist, was tied by one leg to the tail of a mule, and Editor’s Note: Often times in early history books the word "Protestant", as explained by the historians, did not mean those who protested and came out of the Roman Catholic.

The Vaudois of Piedmont A Visit to their Valleys by J. (John Napper) Worsfold. Free audio book that you can download in mp3, iPod and iTunes format for your portable audio player.

Audio previews, convenient categories and excellent search functionality make your best source for free audio books. Download a free audio book for yourself today. valleys at any one time. Though small in size (the valleys constitute an area of about square miles, 22 miles in length and 16 miles wide,) this is a region rich in religious tradition.

The Waldensians claim a heritage that some believe dates back to the dawn of Christendom. Captain R. Stephens explains that "the history of the Waldense is. The Medieval Inquisition is a series of Inquisitions (Roman Catholic Church bodies charged with suppressing heresy) from aroundincluding the Episcopal Inquisition (s) and later the Papal Inquisition (s).

Horrible Deaths–The Valleys under the Sway of France–Restored to Savoy–Emmanuel Philibert–Persecution Renewed–Carignano–Persecution Approaches the Mountains– Deputation to the Duke–The Old Paths– Remonstrance to the Duke–to the Duchess–to the Council.

Chapter 6 PREPARATIONS FOR A WAR OF EXTERMINATION. The Piedmontese Easter (Italian: Pasque piemontesi, French: Pâques piémontaises or Pâques vaudoises) was a series of massacres on Waldensians (also known as Waldenses or Vaudois) by Savoyard troops in the Duchy of Savoy in.

A Short History of the Waldensian Church in the Valleys of Piedmont: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time. Jane Louisa Willyams. J. Nisbet, - Piedmont (Italy) - pages.

0 Reviews. Preview this book. The valleys of Piedmont, the mountains of Switzerland, the vine crowned hills of Italy and France—and all parts of Germany and the low countries, have by turns, been lighted by the fires of burning victims, or crimsoned with the blood of those who have suffered death at the hands of the cruel emissaries of popery.

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