The Huguenots or Reformed French Church (Foote)

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The Huguenots; or, Reformed French Church

Their Principles Delineated; Their Character Illustrated; Their Sufferings and Successes Recorded

In Three Parts:

1. The Huguenot in France, At Home

2. The Huguenot Dispersed in Europe

3. The Huguenot at Home in America


One man who remembered the Huguenots and set forth their story with clarity and passion was the American Presbyterian minister and church historian William Henry Foote (born in 1794). Foote collected materials and wrote his history of the Huguenots during the last decade of his life.

 

Table of Contents:

  1. Literature and Religion in France Previously to 1526
  2. From the Year 1526 to the Year 1550
  3. From the Formation of the National Synod 1559 to St. Bartholomew’s 1572
  4. From the Massacre of August 1572 to the Edict of Nantes 1598
  5. From the Edict of Nantes 1598 to the Assassination of Henry IV 1610
  6. Reign of Louis 13th from 1610 to the Peace of Montpellier 1622
  7. From the Peace of Montpellier 1622 with Strict Construction to the Taking of Rochelle 1628
  8. From the Taking of Rochelle in 1628 to the Death of Richlieu 1642, Followed by the Death of the King 1643
  9. From the Death of Richlieu 1642 to the death of Mazarine 1661
  10. From the Death of Mazarine 1661 to the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes 1685
  11. The Immediate Effects of the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes on the Huguenots and Their Spirit on Going into Exile
  12. The Immediate Effects of the Revocation on the Prosperity of France
  13. The Effects of the Revocation of the Protestant Nations of Europe
  14. The Relation of England to the Huguenots; and the Effects of the Revocation on the Interests of the Kingdom
  15. The More Distant Effects of the Revocation on France and the Bourbons
  16. Early Efforts to Colonize in America Unsuccessful
  17. The Emigration to New York
  18. Emigration to Massachusetts
  19. Emigration to Virginia – Colony at Manakin Town
  20. Memoranda of the Emigration of Huguenot Families
  21. Early Settlement of South Carolina