Art. VII. [Review of The History of England, by John Adolphus]
[John A Murray] *
Adolphus 1802 Pascal 1656
Religion, Freethought, Mathematics
States: 'The Jesuits were first expelled from France, 1594, (though afterwards reestablished;) from Venice, in 1606; from England, 1604. Was all that done by free-thinking philosophers ? The ablest work that was ever published against them [...] was certainly the work of one of the most religious men that ever existed [i.e. Blaise Pascal]' (324).
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