Excerpt from The Life of Saint Francis De Sales, Bishop and Prince of Geneva, Vol. 1: From the Italian
XII. Francis proposes a conference. The ministers agree, and then evade it. Conversion and death of one of them 205 XIII. Conversion of Poncet, and of the Baron d'avulle. - Calumnies of the heretics con futed by the Saint 211 XIV. Sentiments of Francis under calumny. Re ceives consolation from God, and congratu lations from men 223 XV. Death of the Baron of Hermance. His suc cessor. The Duke of Savoy calls Francis to Turin 232 XVI. Papal Brief, ordering Francis to confer with Beza. His journey to Rome 239 XVII. Francis in communication with the Duke and his council 246 XVIII. Francis takes leave of his Highness, and returns to the Chablais. Regains possession of the Church of Saint Hyppolitus 255 XIX. The Saint receives an answer from the Duke.
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