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Bibliographical Introduction

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This chapter presents a brief account of the author's efforts in consulting various types of reference material for the book Jesuit Books in the Dutch Republic and its Generality Lands 1567-1773: A Bibliography. These include bibliographical work in the Jesuit order, printed inventories, digital inventories, fake imprints, and publications by ex-Jesuits. The book gives a detailed description of all books, published in the Dutch Republic and its Generality Lands between 1567 and 1773, the year in which the Society of Jesus was suppressed by Pope Clement XIV for political reasons, written by Jesuits from the Low Countries and elsewhere. The chapter also provides the locations of the books, as far as possible, as well as bibliographical sources.

Keywords: digital inventories; fake imprints; Jesuit books; Pope Clement XIV; printed inventories

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