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7. Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal, Archives de la Bastille, MS 10189, fol. 250, 15 July 1729.

8. Bibliotheque de l'Arsenal, MS 11,883, fols. 151-152, Bottari to Clement, 12 and 20 December 1758.

9. Bibliotheque de Port-Royal, Collection Le Paige, MS 549, fols. 30-31.

10. Nouvelles ecclésiastiques (2 January 1758), p. 3; (January 1759), p. 7.

11. [Viou], Nouvelles intéressantes au sujet de l'attentat commis sur la personne ...de S.M. ...le Roi de Portugal, reviewed in Nouvelles ecclesiastiques, 1759: 6/2; 6/3; 3, 10, 17/4; 1, 8/5; 26/6; 17/7; 4, 11/9; 16/10; 13/11; 13, 22/12/; 1760: 2, 9, 23, 30/1; 12/3; 16/4; 9/7; 20/8; 3, 10/9; 22/10; 5,12,19/11; 10/12, etc.

12. On Viou, see Christine Vogel, 'Der Untergang des Gesellschaft Jesu als Europaisches Medienereignis', Inaugural-Dissertation zur Erlangung des Doktorgrades des Philosophie des Fachbereiches 04 der Justus-Liebig-Universitat Giessen, 2003, pp. 66, 93, 96100. On Norbert/Platel, see Michele Janin-Thivos, 'La memoire de l'execution du pere Gabriel Malagrida', in Regis Bertrand and Anne Carol (eds.), L'exécution capitale: une mort donnée en spectacle, XVIe-XXe sele (Aix-en-Provence: Publications de l'Universite de Provence, 2003), pp. 109-27; and Nouvelles ecclesiastiques (20 Feb.-6 March 1745), pp. 29-38.

13. Samuel J. Miller, Portugal and Rome, c.1748-183 0: An aspect of the Catholic Enlightenment (Rome: Universita Gregorianna Editrice, 1978), pp. 51-106.

14. Bibliotheque de l'Arsenal, MS 11,883, fols. 257-258, Bottari to Clement, 3 and 17 July 1761. For a look at Choiseul's raw reaction to this event, Archives des Affaires Etrangeres, Correspondance politique, Rome, MS 831, fols. 159-160, Choiseul to Bishop of Laon, 7 July 1761; and for evidence of its connection to the fate of the Jesuits in France, see Laon's account of his conversation with Torregiani in fols. 253-254, 2 September 1761.

15. Bibliotheque de l'Arsenal, MS 11,882, fols. 107, 130, Bottari to Clement, 5 June and 12 December 1764.

16. Text in French translation in Nouvelles ecclésiastiques (11 May 1767), p. 77.

17. Coverage of this case is in Nouvelles ecclésiastiques (6-13 June 1768), pp. 89-96. See also Archives des Affaires Etrangeres, Correspondance politique, Spain, MS 550, fol. 161 ff., Ossun to Choiseul, Escurial, 26 October 1767.

18. Bibliotheque de Saint-Sulpice, MS 1289, fol. 99, Le Blanc de Castillon to Clement, 29 July 1768, with a copy of a letter from Le Blanc de Castillon to Camponannes, n.d.

19. Ludwid Freiherr von Pastor, The history of the popes from the close of the Middle Ages, trans. E. F. Peeler (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1949-52), vol. 37, pp. 85-90, 125-7, 150-7. Although resident in Rome as General of the Augustinian Order, Vasquez was actually Spanish.

20. Text in Gustave-Xavier de La Croix de Ravignan, Clément XIII et Clement XIV, 2 vols. (Paris: Julien, Lanier et Cie, 1854), vol. 2, pp. 549-52.

21. Bibliotheque de l'Arsenal, Archives de la Bastille, MS 11,883, fol. 164, Bottari to Clement, 21 March 1759.

22. Bibliotheque de l'Arsenal, Archives de la Bastille, MS 11,882, fol. 192, Bottari to Clement, 29 [April] 1767. The month of April has been arrived at on internal textual evidence, the location of this letter vis-a-vis the others, and by eliminating all other alternatives.

23. Archives des Affaires Etrangeres, Correspondance politique, Spain, MS 548, fols. 404407, Choiseul to the marquis d'Ossun, Marly, 11 May 1767. For the abbe Chauvelin's speech of 29 April and the text of the parlement of Paris's arrêt of 9 May, Bibliotheque

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