Three letters from Raymond de Lisle Trye to the PF secretary [Francesco Ingoli], 1644-12-02, 1645-02-03 and 1645-09-09, Avignon

Title

Three letters from Raymond de Lisle Trye to the PF secretary [Francesco Ingoli], 1644-12-02, 1645-02-03 and 1645-09-09, Avignon

Subject

Christophe Authier
Avignon

Description

Three letters from Raymond de Lisle (or Delisle) Try, canon in Avignon, complaining against the "Fathers of the Mission." The letters refer to Christophe Authier's administration of the college in Avignon. The complaint has to do with the lack of respect that the Fathers allegedly demonstrated to de Lisle.
Date received 1645-01-28
Additional comments
a) The letters themselves are undated; dates are only provided by PF notes; b) the former rector of the Avignon college was Nicolas Trye; and c) for the confusion created between Authier's men in Avignon and CM in Annecy, on account of the similar names of the two congregations, see P. Coste, Saint Vincent de Paul: Correspondence, Conferences, Documents (1985-2010) vol. 1, pp. 555-556.

Creator

Raymond de Lisle Trye

Source

APF SOCG 143, 195r-196v, 208v, 209r-211v

Date

1644-12-02, 1645-02-03 and 1645-09-09

Contributor

Addressed to [Francesco Ingoli]

Relation

Other letters from Rector Trye are in: APF SOCG 89 (towards the end of the volume).

Format

Original; signed; undated; Italian

Language

Italian

Type

Letter

Identifier

83

Coverage

Origin: Avignon
Destination: Rome

Citation

Raymond de Lisle Trye, “Three letters from Raymond de Lisle Trye to the PF secretary [Francesco Ingoli], 1644-12-02, 1645-02-03 and 1645-09-09, Avignon,” Early Modern Documents: Sources and Resources for Historical Research, accessed July 18, 2019, https://earlymoderndocs.omeka.net/items/show/13800.

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