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Practical advice. Letter of Du Plan to the Synod.
THE SYNOD OF 1727 CONFIRMS DU PLAN
Fresh attacks on Du Plan. Pastoral letter of Roger in favour of Du Plan. The Synod maintains Du Plan in his office. Instructions from the Synod to the Deputy. Letter of Du Plan to the Synod of 1727. Attestation of the Synod of 1727. Success of Du Plan in Switzerland. His influence in the College of Lausanne. Formation of the Committee at Geneva. Ordination of two Students in a foreign country. A dispute on the subject. Conduct of Du Plan. His advice on the question. He appeases the conflict
CARDINAL DE FLEURY'S PERSECUTIONS.
COURT QUITS FRANCE
AGAINST THE WISHES OF DU PLAN.
Cardinal de Fleury in power. De Fleury's schemes for persecution. Execution of Alexandre Roussel. Du Plan's letter to Court on the subject. Measures proposed for banishing the preachers. Court's thoughts are occupied about his wife. Du Plan
ACTIVITY OF DU PLAN IN LONDON.
Du Plan apprises his aunt and sister of his return to
DU PLAN AND THE GREAT PERSECUTION.
The attempted assassination of curés. The Minister Coste and Du Plan. Paul Rabaut and the Marquis De Paulmy. Respite of the Persecution. Letter of Cortiez on the persecutions of 1750. Letter of Le Maréchal to Du Plan. Letter of Redonnel on the persecutions of 1751. Letter of Redonnel on the persecutions of 1752. Letters of Pomaret on the persecutions of 1752. Abatement of the persecution in 1753. Letter of Franc on the condition of the Church in 1753. Letter of Rabaut on the condition of the Church in 1753. Persecution recommences in 1754. Proposed imprisonment of the wives of preachers. Letter of Franc to Benjamin Du Plan (1754). Letter of Pomaret to Benjamin Du Plan (1754). Toleration of the Intendant Mirepoix. Marshall De Thomond succeeds Mirepoix in 1757
THE CLOSING YEARS OF BENJAMIN DU PLAN.
Du Plan's integrity of character is questioned. His health in consequence suffers. His marriage. His generosity towards his fellow refugees, especially towards Cortiéz. Du Plan addresses a petition to Louis XV. Du Plan's interest in the Confessors. He writes an appeal on their behalf. He addresses a distinguished personage in Denmark. Letter from Antoine Court's son to Du Plan. Scheme for a Protestant Bank. Letter of Court, Junior, on the death of his father. Letter from Du Plan in reply. Letter from Du Plan to his cousin Fabre. Death of Benjamin Du Plan. A glance retrospective. A glance prospective. The fathers and the sons .