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Title: A review of the remarks on Mr. Chandler's Introduction to the history of the inquisition: in which his answer to the said remarks is consider'd; His Misrepresentations of Fact [ and 9 Other Works, Bound in One Volume ]
Description: London Dublin, Printed for T. Ward and E. Wicksteed, in the Inner Temple Lane, and sold by J. Roberts in Warwick-lance.. 1733. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. First work. A review of the remarks on Mr. Chandler's Introduction to the history of the inquisition: in which his answer to the said remarks is consider'd; His Misrepresentations of Fact are farther laid open, and his Prevarications in Defence of them exposed. By William Berriman, D. D. Rector of St. Andrew's Undershaft, and Fellow of Eton College. Printed for T. Ward and E. Wicksteed, in the Inner Temple Lane, and sold by J. Roberts in Warwick-lance. London. 1733.[2],74pp. Second work. Remarks on 'The most Rev. Dr. 's Catechism; revised, enlarged, approved, and recommended by the four R.C. Archbishops of Ireland, as a general catechism for the kingdom. By Sharp Granville.London : printed by R. Edwards, for F. C. and J. Rivington; Gale and Curtis; J. White and J. Hatchard 1810. xx,112pp. Third work. Letters to a Roman Catholic prelate of Ireland, in refutation of Counsellor Charles Butler's Letter to an Irish Catholic gentleman; to which is added a postscript, containing a review of the Rev. Doctor O'Connor's works, entitled Columbanus ad Hibernos on the liberty of the Irish Church. By the Rt. Rev. J. Milner, D.D. F.S.A. C.A.R. & V.A. of the Midland District in England.Dublin : Printed by R. Coyne, 165, Capel-Street. Sold by John Reynolds, Kilkenny, James Healy, Cork, Richard Farrell, Waterford, and Keating Brown and Keating, Booker, Fowlder, Budd and Ridgeway, London. 1811 [4],131,[1]pp. Fourth work. Correspondence on the formation, objects, and plan, of the Catholic Bibil Society : including letters from the Earl of Shaftesbury, Lord Clifford, Right Rev. Bishop Poynter, Rev. Peter Gandolphy, Ant. Rich. Blake and Charles Butler : with notes and observations, exhibiting the genuine principles of Roman Catholics.London : L.B. Seeley 1813. Iv,92pp. Contents: Correspondence between W. Blair and C.E. Lefroy, members of the Catholic Bible Fund, and members of the English Catholic Board relative to the former body's proposal to circulate an edition of the Roman Catholic text of the Bible, without notes, in Ireland. Fifth work An essay on the supposed existence of a quadripartite and tripartite division of tithes in England, for maintaining the clergy, the poor, and the fabric of the church. By the Rev. William Hale Hale.London : Sold by J.G. & F. Rivington .. and B. Fellowes 1832.52pp, Sixth work Established Church in Ireland : A letter to Doctor Doyle, Roman Catholic Bishop of Kildare & Leighlin, in reply to his letter to Lord Farnham. by the Rev. Robert J. McGhee, A.M. Minister of the Established Church.London : Printed by R. Clay, and sold by Hatchard and Son 1831.32pp. Seventh work. A reply to the first part of a sermon, delivered by P. A. Baines, Bishop of Siga, &c. upon faith, hope, and charity, at the dedication of the Roman Catholic Chapel, at Bradford. by a member of the British Reformation Society.By George Finch. London : Printed by G. Norman, 29, Maiden Lane, Covent Garden 1831.56pp. Eighth work. A reply to the second part of Dr. Baines, Bishop of Siga's sermon, upon faith, hope, and charity. by a member of the British Reformation Society.By George Finch. Printed by G. Norman. London. 1832 72pp. Ninth work. A speech delivered in the House of Lords, March 22nd, 1832, on the new plan of national education in Ireland. by Henry, Lord Bishop of Exeter. [ Philpotts Henry ].London. John Murray. 1832.35pp. Tenth work Charge delivered to the clergy of the Diocese of Exeter. / by the Right Reverend Henry Lord Bishop of Exeter ; at his triennial visitation in the months of August, September and October, 1833. Second edition.London : John Murray.1833.78pp. 10 works bound in one volumes. Bound in period or early half vellum, marble boards, vellum corners. Binding dusty, light wear on edges, slightly sprung. Binding in very good firm condition. Internally, repair on inner margin of first title, very occasional dust marking. Pages in good order throughout. A very nice collection of antiquarian works. Very Good.

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