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  • A Full View of the Doctrines and Practices of the Ancient Church relating to the Eucharist. by [PATRICK, John,]
    [PATRICK, John,]
    A Full View of the Doctrines and Practices of the Ancient Church relating to the Eucharist. Wholly different from those of the present Roman Church, and inconsistent with the Belief of Transubstantiation. Being a sufficient confutation of Consensus Veterum, Nubes Testium, and other Late Collections of the Fathers, pretending the contrary.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Richard Chiswell, 1688. A disbound book. Title, preface, contents, text in 17 chapters, adverts. Much of the text is printed in two columns, with notes in a side margin. Lacks the half title. Patrick, John (bap. 1632, d. 1695). Church of England clergyman and religious controversialist. He was a chaplain at Charterhouse, and wrote many anti-Catholic works. This work was published as part of the Anglican resistance to James II's religious policies. After the Revolution he was made precentor of the Diocese of Chichester, a post he held until his death. [XIV], 202, [ii]. pp. Wing P729.

    Condition: Disbound, the first few leaves are detached, there are some pencil marginalia, a few gathers are cropped with a slight lost to the running titles. Overall, the text block is clean and tidy.

    Book ID: 1401
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  • A Full View of the Roman Catholic Question. by A Country Gentleman [MENCE, Richard].
    A Country Gentleman [MENCE, Richard].
    A Full View of the Roman Catholic Question.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: 1813. An Anti-Catholic pamphlet, printed by J.J. Stockdale. An examination of the Claims of Roman Catholics, particularly those in Ireland, and concluding that "Too much is already conceded to the Papists." The initials W.L.J. appear in ink to the top of the title page. There are some annotations in ink throughout the text. These are in a contemporary hand, and appear to be proofing corrections - changing the grammar, correcting errors, and altering some footnotes. Perhaps this copy was being prepared for a second publication? If so, it came to nothing, as Copac cites only two holdings of this issue, with no others cited. 49 [i]. pp

    Condition: Good clean, but with no wrappers (if any). This was once part of a larger work, and has been removed from this - but was published alone (with price, printers details and colophon here). There is a touch of darkening to the outside pages. Internally clean, with the annotations as described above.

    Book ID: 1746
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  • A Funeral Oration upon the Late King James. Composed from Memoirs furnished by Mr. Porter, his Great Chamberlain. Printed by the Consent of the late Queen. Dedicated to the French King, and published by his authority. by [ANON]
    [ANON]
    A Funeral Oration upon the Late King James. Composed from Memoirs furnished by Mr. Porter, his Great Chamberlain. Printed by the Consent of the late Queen. Dedicated to the French King, and published by his authority. Wherein it is own'd, That the late King reconciled his Brother King Charles II. to the Church of Rome, that he Himself design'd to destroy the Protestant Religion, and to reduce these Kingdoms to the Obedience of the See of Rome, according to the example of Louis le Grand, who, they hope, will effect it, and to punish there Rebellious Nations, as they are pleased to call them. With remarks upon the whole.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: A. Baldwin, 1702. Broadside, disbound. Title, dedication to the King, funeral oration. Full page woodcut pasted onto the last page. A mock oration of the recently deceased King James (who had been overthrown in the Glorious Revolution). Here, the author alleges that the King was active in trying to overthrow Protestantism, thus providing a justification of the reign of William & Mary, and a condemnation of the Jacobite cause. [iv], 7-17 [i]. pp.

    Condition: Overall a nice clean copy. It is disbound, with the leaves loose. Although the pagination and register suggests that a leaf is missing, it is not clear that this is the case. The work flows, and does not seem to have any loss. ESTC cites three versions of this work, including two by the same publisher. These are 25 and 26 pp in length. This is 17, but is stated that it is finished to page 17. (The following work under the pasted vignette is a different work in French). It would seem that this is another version.

    Book ID: 1414
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  • A Letter Concerning Invocation of Saints, and Adoration of the Cross, by BARLOW, Dr.
    BARLOW, Dr.
    A Letter Concerning Invocation of Saints, and Adoration of the Cross, Writ Ten Years since, to John Evelyn of Depthford Esq: By Dr Barlow, then Provost of Q. Colledge, and now Lord Bishop of Lincoln.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: John Macock, 1679. Pamphlet. Disbound. Title, introduction, text. The author examines a sermon by St Cyril, which is often used to validate the invocation of Saints within the Roman Catholic church. The author condemns the act of the Invocation of the Saints, as a Popish superstition. Thomas Barlow (1607–8 October 1691) was a Church of England academic and clergyman, who became Bishop of Lincoln. He was strongly Calvinist and anti-Catholic, and was one of the last English Bishops to identify the Pope as the Antichrist. During the Popish Plot, he wrote much proving the Pope to be the Anti-christ. He quickly swore an oath of allegiance to the Catholic James II and on the accession of William and…

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    London: John Macock, 1679. Pamphlet. Disbound. Title, introduction, text. The author examines a sermon by St Cyril, which is often used to validate the invocation of Saints within the Roman Catholic church. The author condemns the act of the Invocation of the Saints, as a Popish superstition. Thomas Barlow (1607–8 October 1691) was a Church of England academic and clergyman, who became Bishop of Lincoln. He was strongly Calvinist and anti-Catholic, and was one of the last English Bishops to identify the Pope as the Antichrist. During the Popish Plot, he wrote much proving the Pope to be the Anti-christ. He quickly swore an oath of allegiance to the Catholic James II and on the accession of William and Mary was just as quick to vote that James had abdicated by leaving the country and swore a new oath to William and Mary. 1-39 pp. Wing B834.

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    Condition: The title and last page are a little darkened and marked, the rest of the text is clean; the pages have been cropped close with slight loss to the marginal notes, the text is unaffected, it is loosely bound together.

    Book ID: 1411
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  • A Letter of Enquiry to the Reverend Fathers of the Society of Jesus. by TAYLOR, James.
    TAYLOR, James.
    A Letter of Enquiry to the Reverend Fathers of the Society of Jesus. Written in the Person of a Dissatisfied Roman Catholick.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: William Rogers & Samuel Smith, 1689. A disbound pamphlet / tract. Title, advertisement, text. An anti-Catholic work, asking questions of the Jesuits about adoration of the Virgin, the invocation of Angels and saints, and the use of Relics etc: The pamphlet bears the imprimatur of Henry Wharton, the Archbishop of Canterbury. Taylor states that he is a layman in the Church of England, but produces this tract, as if from a dissatisfied Catholic, as he is sure there are some doubting / dissatisfied Catholics who would welcome answers to his questions. Wing T284. [iv], Collation: 1-44 pp. Gathers: A-F4.

    Condition: A light touch of foxing to the outside pages, otherwise clean and tidy throughout. The binding is tight. Initial (G) to the head of the title page.

    Book ID: 1393
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  • A letter to Father Lewis Sabran Jesuite, in answer to his Letter to a Peer of the Church of England. by [ANON] but [Gee, Edward].
    [ANON] but [Gee, Edward].
    A letter to Father Lewis Sabran Jesuite, in answer to his Letter to a Peer of the Church of England. Wherein the Postscript to the Answer to Nubes Testium is vindicated. And F. Sabran's mistakes further discovered.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Henry Motlock, 1688. Disbound. Pamphlet. Title, Imprimatur, text. In this work, Gee contested Sabran's claim that the church fathers had promoted a belief in the intercession of the Virgin Mary. Sabran was a French Jesuit, and son of the French ambassador to England. He was a priest in London following the accession of James I and was the chaplain to the Prince of Wales. Following the Revolution, he took the infant to safety in Europe. He was often engaged in disputation, particularly with Edward Gee, (about the Invocation of Saints) and William Sherlock.
    Gee was Dean of Lincoln and strongly anti-Catholic. He was engaged in disputes with Catholics throughout his career. 1-8 pp. Wing G456.

    Condition: The pamphlet has light staining throughout and there is a small marginal closed tear, it is loosely bound together, the title is almost coming away, and the last leaf is detached.

    Book ID: 1398
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  • A Narrative of Iniquities and Barbarities Practised at Rome in the Nineteenth Century. by CIOCCI, Raffaele.
    CIOCCI, Raffaele.
    A Narrative of Iniquities and Barbarities Practised at Rome in the Nineteenth Century.

    London: James Nisbet & Co, 1845. Seventh Edition. Original blind stamped buckram boards, with new paper labels to the spine. Yellow end papers. Ciocci was obviously dissatisfied with the Church, as he was both a Benedictine and a Cistercian monk before becoming an Anti Catholic. 180pp.

    Condition: The boards are clean and tidy. The white spine labels look home made. Internally clean and tidy, with light to moderate foxing throughout. Overall a sound copy.

    Book ID: 1596
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  • A Sermon at the Funeral of Sr Edmund-Berry Godfrey by LLOYD, William
    LLOYD, William
    A Sermon at the Funeral of Sr Edmund-Berry Godfrey One of his Majesties Justices of the Peace, Who was Barbarously Murthered. Preached on Thursday the 1st day of October 1678. In the Parish Church of St. Martin in the Fields.

    London: Tho. Newcomb for Henry Brome: 1678. Disbound sermon. Paper covers. Title, with black funereal border. Anti Catholic sermon preached at the funeral of Lloyd's parishioner, Sir Edmund Berry Godfrey, the justice of the peace to whom Titus Oates made his first depositions concerning the Popish Plot. Shortly thereafter, he was found mysteriously murdered in a ditch on Primrose Hill. This led to the arrests of several Catholics - and was the beginning of the hysteria of the Popish Plot. It would appear, in hindsight, that Oates himself was involved in the murder, and that its aim was to bolster support for his anti-Catholic allegations.

    Condition: There is a touch of nicking to the corners of the paper cover. The cover is darkened - the rest of the sermon is clean and tidy. A sound copy.

    Book ID: 1813
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  • An Enquiry concerning some of the Doctrines maintained by the Church of Rome by KENNEY, Arthur H.
    KENNEY, Arthur H.
    An Enquiry concerning some of the Doctrines maintained by the Church of Rome In Answer to the Charge of Intolerance, brought by Members of that Church, Against Members of the Church of England.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: F. C. and J. Rivington: 1818. New Grey paper boards, with a touch of marking only. Internally very good copy, clean and tidy throughout. A light crease to the half title page. Kenney was the Dean of Achonry, a Church of Ireland Diocese in the West of Ireland, now part of the Diocese of Tuam, Killala & Achonry. He was also previously a Fellow of Trinity College. He wrote several anti-Catholic works around this period. pp. xi, (i), Errata, 140, (viii) index, (i) blank

    Book ID: 1029
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  • An Exact Account of Romish Doctrine in the Case of Conspiracy and Rebellion by MORTON, Thomas.
    MORTON, Thomas.
    An Exact Account of Romish Doctrine in the Case of Conspiracy and Rebellion by Pregnant Observations Collected out of the express Dogmatical Principles of Popish Priests and Jesuites. Written and Printed Immediately after the Discovery of the Gunpowder Treason. And now upon the Discovery of the Present Popish Plot against the Life of his Sacred Majesty and the Government, reprinted and Published.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Ezerel Tonge, 1678. A disbound tract / pamphlet. no covers. Advertisement for further works published by Tonge. Title and 22 pages. A Protestant pamphlet denouncing the Romish Church for their "Rebellious Doctrines". Tonge claimed in the adverts that he was to have been killed following the Popish plot for publishing anti-Catholic books. Ezerel (Israel) Tonge was one of the informants of the Popish plot. He was a Church of England Divine, and virulent anti-Catholic, who met and was influenced by Titus Oates. He arranged with Oates to "discover" his original narrative. Although he had a reputation for madness, and was sidelined as a witness early on in the history of the Popish plot, he was seemingly (if naively)…

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    London: Ezerel Tonge, 1678. A disbound tract / pamphlet. no covers. Advertisement for further works published by Tonge. Title and 22 pages. A Protestant pamphlet denouncing the Romish Church for their "Rebellious Doctrines". Tonge claimed in the adverts that he was to have been killed following the Popish plot for publishing anti-Catholic books. Ezerel (Israel) Tonge was one of the informants of the Popish plot. He was a Church of England Divine, and virulent anti-Catholic, who met and was influenced by Titus Oates. He arranged with Oates to "discover" his original narrative. Although he had a reputation for madness, and was sidelined as a witness early on in the history of the Popish plot, he was seemingly (if naively) honest in his belief in Oates lies. He was granted a pension by the King. Wing M2839 [iv], 1-22 pp.

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    Condition: The first leaf [adverts] is partially detached and has some grubby marks on the blank side. The title has an ink annotation (showing Morton's authorship). The text is loosely bound together, has some foxing, and has been cropped with a slight loss to some of the running titles.

    Book ID: 1391
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  • An original publication from the Popish Plot.
    An Exact Discovery of the Mystery of Iniquity as it is now in Practice amongst the Jesuits and other their Emissaries: by OATES, Titus.
    OATES, Titus.
    An Exact Discovery of the Mystery of Iniquity as it is now in Practice amongst the Jesuits and other their Emissaries: With a Particular Account of the Antichristian and Devillish Policy. composed in the Italian tongue by One of the Romish Religion, Translated into English, and now newly Published by Tutus Oates D.D.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Benjamin Harris, 1679. A disbound tract / pamphlet. no covers. Title, dedication, preface and 22 pages. This work was produced in the midst of the Popish Plot, as one of the foundation stones of Oates evidence. It gives the overall background of the Jesuits evil nature, and their desires to control the politics of the world. Dedicated to the Earl of Shaftesbury - he was a supporter of Oates and was firmly against the Catholic cause, he was one of the most important participants in the events of the Plot. Wing E3644 - collation: [vi]. 1-30 pp. gathers: (A2-E3]

    Condition: The title leaf is detached, the dedication has a small loss in the bottom corner. There is some foxing throughout. Lacks initial and final blank leaves.

    Book ID: 1392
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  • An Historical Examination of the Authority of General Councils by [JENKINS, Robert]
    [JENKINS, Robert]
    An Historical Examination of the Authority of General Councils Shewing the false dealings that hath been used in the publishing of them; and the difference amongst the Papists themselves about their Number.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Henry Mortlock at the Phoenix, 1688. Disbound - The tract / pamphlet argues against the Roman Catholic Church, attempting to demonstrate that the Church had lied about the number and scope of General Councils (those meetings of the Church to solidify doctrinal matters, sometimes called Ecumenical Councils). Lacks imprimatur. Begins with the Title page, the next leaf being A3. Otherwise complete. This is the scarce First edition, with the Addenda p 75-76 and Corrigenda p 76. Robert Jenkin (1656-1727) was a Church of England clergyman. Precentor of Chichester Cathedral and Master of St John's College, Cambridge, he refused the Oath to William in 1688 and thus had to relinquish his preferments, however, he evolved his opinion, and took…

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    London: Henry Mortlock at the Phoenix, 1688. Disbound - The tract / pamphlet argues against the Roman Catholic Church, attempting to demonstrate that the Church had lied about the number and scope of General Councils (those meetings of the Church to solidify doctrinal matters, sometimes called Ecumenical Councils). Lacks imprimatur. Begins with the Title page, the next leaf being A3. Otherwise complete. This is the scarce First edition, with the Addenda p 75-76 and Corrigenda p 76. Robert Jenkin (1656-1727) was a Church of England clergyman. Precentor of Chichester Cathedral and Master of St John's College, Cambridge, he refused the Oath to William in 1688 and thus had to relinquish his preferments, however, he evolved his opinion, and took the Oath to Queen Anne. Title, A3 - L2. Collation: [xviii], 76 pp.

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    Condition: The pamphlet is obviously removed from a book at some point. The title page is slightly darkened, and has a little creasing to the title. Internally clean and tidy throughout, with just a little darkening to the pages. Overall a clean and tidy work.

    Book ID: 1386
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  • Archbishop Usher's Answer to a Jesuit; with Other Tracts on Popery by USHER, James
    USHER, James
    Archbishop Usher's Answer to a Jesuit; with Other Tracts on Popery

    Cambridge: Pitt Press for J. J. Deighton and J.W. Parker, 1835. Original buckram boards, with a new matching cloth spine and gilt titles. Yellow end papers. xv, [i], 1-744, [iv].

    Condition: The original boards are clean and tidy, the new spine immaculate. Internally clean and tidy throughout with just a touch of darkening to the pages. Neat owner's name to the front end paper. Overall a lovely copy.

    Book ID: 1507
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  • Brethren in Iniquity: by [ANON]
    [ANON]
    Brethren in Iniquity: Or, the Confederacy of Papists with Sectaries, for the Destroying of the True Religion, as by Law Establish'd, plainly detected.

    London: Randal Taylor, 1690. Although the Popish Plot was ten years gone by the time this polemic was published, anti-Catholic feeling still ran high. This pamphlet purports to show all of the ways that Papists had attempted to undermine the Church of England since the Reformation. As such, this is almost a literature review of the previous hundred years, summarising Bishop Burnett, Stillingfleet and others, whilst quoting from Parliament and Catholic peers. It is followed by A LETTER OF THE MINISTERS Of the CITY of LONDON, Presented the First of January, 1645. to the Reverend Assembly of Divines sitting at Westminster, by Authority of Parliament, against TOLERATION. [4], 67, [1] pp.

    Condition: This pamphlet has been abstracted from a collection, and so appears as a disbound item - with the binding marks and stab marks to the spine. No wrapper or cover (now held in a protective sleeve. The top edge of the first couple of pages is beginning to come away - although the binding is still holding securely. A touch of darkening to the front and rear pages, less so inside. There are pencil ticks throughout the work in the margins.

    Book ID: 1747
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  • Histoire de L'edit de Nantes by BENOIST, Elie
    BENOIST, Elie
    Histoire de L'edit de Nantes Contenant les choses les plus remarquables qui se sont paffees en France avant & apres la publication, a l'occasion de la diversite des Religions: Et principalement les Contraventions, Inexecutions, Chicanes, Artifices, Violences, & autres Injustices, que les Reformez se plaignent d'y avoir souffertes, jusques a L'edit de Revocation en Octobre 1685.

    Edition: First Edition

    Delft: Adrien Beman, 1693. An important work in the history of French Protestantism. The revocation of the Edict of Nantes caused much anti-Protestant feeling and led to exodus from France. Three volumes in five. Full contemporary brown leather, with gilt titles and decoration to the spine. Frontis engraving to volume one. Title vignettes to each volume. Historiated initials. Owner's bookplate to the inside board of each volume. (Morel de Camennelle - (Marie-Mathieu) former president of the Societe d'Emulation d'Abbeville. [lxciii], 1-467, [vi], 1-98, [xxii]. / [xxxii], 1-612, [iv], 1-98, [xxxii]. / [xxxii], 14-656, [ii], 1-97, [xxviii]. / [ii], 1-628. / [vi], 631-1019, [xxx], 1-199, [xlix]. [pp

    Condition: Overall, these works are in sound condition, with bright gilt and attractive boards. A little rubbing to the edges of the boards, but still attractive. Internally, generally clean and tidy. Each volume has an owner's bookplate, with a previous bookplate cut away (presumably) leaving surface loss to the boards. There is significant worm damage to the bottom edge of the latter part of volume III. (slightly affecting text). Vol V has a little wear to the corner of the first few pages (not affecting text).

    Book ID: 1456
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  • Il Cardinalismo di Santa Chiesa; Or the History of the Cardinals of the Roman Church, by LETI, Gregario
    LETI, Gregario
    Il Cardinalismo di Santa Chiesa; Or the History of the Cardinals of the Roman Church, From the time of their first Creation, to the Election of the Present Pope Clement the Ninth, with a full account of his Conclave. In three parts

    Edition: First Edition

    London: J. S. [John Starkey], 1670. Contemporary marbled boards with contemporary leather corners. Recent leather spine with decoration and gilt titles. Frontis illus. of Pope Clement. Title, summary, message to the reader, text. vignette to the head of each of the three sections. A disaffected Catholic wrote this work, which is largely an attack on the Catholic hierachy and the nepotism within it. Initially published in 1668 this is the first English edition. Gregorio Leti (1630–1701) was an Italian historian and satirist from Milan, who sometimes published under the pseudonym Abbe Gualdi. Although a nephew of the Bishop of Acquapendente and Jesuit educated - he later became a Protestant. He was part of the court of Charles II and…

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    London: J. S. [John Starkey], 1670. Contemporary marbled boards with contemporary leather corners. Recent leather spine with decoration and gilt titles. Frontis illus. of Pope Clement. Title, summary, message to the reader, text. vignette to the head of each of the three sections. A disaffected Catholic wrote this work, which is largely an attack on the Catholic hierachy and the nepotism within it. Initially published in 1668 this is the first English edition. Gregorio Leti (1630–1701) was an Italian historian and satirist from Milan, who sometimes published under the pseudonym Abbe Gualdi. Although a nephew of the Bishop of Acquapendente and Jesuit educated - he later became a Protestant. He was part of the court of Charles II and wrote the first history of Elizabeth. He later offended Charles and was forced to flee the country. [viii], 1-330 pp. WING L1330.

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    Condition: The spine is immaculate, being very new. The boards are clean and tidy, with a touch of rubbing only. Internally clean and tidy throughout. A little marking to the top edge of the title page, where an owner's name has been removed and another written besides. A part of the book (approx 25 pages) has about 1cm of worm damage to the edge of the page - not affecting text. Overall in lovely condition

    Book ID: 1448
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  • Judicial Blindness, the Punishment of Rejected Truth: by MARSH, Rev. William.
    MARSH, Rev. William.
    Judicial Blindness, the Punishment of Rejected Truth: A Sermon preached at Tavistock Chapel, Drury Lane, on Tuesday March 25th 1828; in the course of Lectures on the Points of Controversy between Roman Catholics and Protestants

    Edition: First Edition

    London: James Nisbet: 1828. A disbound sermon. Was once bound, and has nicks to the spine where the gathers were. 'Millennial Marsh' as he was known to his congregations, was a Church of England vicar, who leaned heavily towards Evangelism. He was concerned in many of his works and sermons with the conversion of the Jews. 15 [i] pp.

    Condition: Very clean and tidy. No significant marks

    Book ID: 1231
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  • Puseyism, or Anglo-Catholicism, by [IRONS, William Joseph]. Attributed. A Member of the Protestant Reformed Church of England
    [IRONS, William Joseph]. Attributed. A Member of the Protestant Reformed Church of England
    Puseyism, or Anglo-Catholicism, briefly considered in connection with the Doctrine of the Church of Rome

    London: John Lee, 1843. A pamphlet (once bound in with other pamphlets). Complete. Title page, Introduction, text. William Joseph Irons (1812-1883) was an Anglican priest and Theolgian. He was a strong defender of Church of England as the Established Church, and argued against seceding from the church (whether to Rome or to the more Protestant churches). He was the vicar of Brompton at the time of the publication of this work, and the introduction is dated Brompton April 1843. He is names by Lawrence Crumb (in "The Oxford Movement and its leaders, a bibliography of Secondary and Lesser Primary Sources") as the probable author of this work.

    Condition: The pamphlet now appears disbound, as it has been removed from a collection - but is complete in itself. A touch of darkening to the covers, and a small stain to the bottom of pages 4/5 but otherwise in good clean condition. Now held in an archival wallet.

    Book ID: 1731
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  • Roman Catholic Claims by GORE, Charles.
    GORE, Charles.
    Roman Catholic Claims

    Edition: Reprint

    London: Rivington, 1889. Second (revised edition). Although substantially the same work, Gore addresses the issues raised in two Catholic rebuttals of his original work. Blue cloth boards with gilt titles. 32 page catalogue for Rivington publications to the rear. This book is a defence, in popular form, of Anglicanism, and Anglican Ordinations and Sacraments, against the criticisms of Roman Catholic authorities. Gore (1853-1932) was an influential Oxford theologian. He was ordained a priest in 1878, and was the principal of Pusey House from its foundation until 1893. Under his influence, the Oxford Movement moved towards Modernist lines (a break with the Tractarians). He was also very concerned with social action, and he helped to found the Christian Social Union.…

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    London: Rivington, 1889. Second (revised edition). Although substantially the same work, Gore addresses the issues raised in two Catholic rebuttals of his original work. Blue cloth boards with gilt titles. 32 page catalogue for Rivington publications to the rear. This book is a defence, in popular form, of Anglicanism, and Anglican Ordinations and Sacraments, against the criticisms of Roman Catholic authorities. Gore (1853-1932) was an influential Oxford theologian. He was ordained a priest in 1878, and was the principal of Pusey House from its foundation until 1893. Under his influence, the Oxford Movement moved towards Modernist lines (a break with the Tractarians). He was also very concerned with social action, and he helped to found the Christian Social Union. In 1901 he became the Bishop of Worcester, in 1911 he succeeded Francis Paget as Bishop of Oxford. xviii, [2], 176, 32. pp

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    Condition: The blue boards are mainly clean, with a little fading and rubbing to the spine. A touch of bumping to the head and tail, with very slight fading. The half title has significant foxing to it. There are two pencil inscriptions showing that the book belonged to a convent library. Owner's name to the head of the title page.

    Book ID: 1352
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  • Sacred Succession: Or, A Priesthood by a Divine Right by HUME, William
    HUME, William
    Sacred Succession: Or, A Priesthood by a Divine Right Origenated, Stated and Maintain'd thro' several Changes and Dangers of the Militant Church.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Jonah Bowyer, 1710. Contemporary full leather. Speckled calf, with attractive blind stamped design to the front and rear board. 20th C. owner's bookplate to the front paste down. early owner's signature to the front end paper. Half title, contents to the rear. The author outlines a moderate vindication for the Church of England priesthood. Sections on avoiding the perils of Popery, Prebyterianism and Islam (or the "Mahometan impostures" as he calls them). The book opens with the sentiment. "An infidel in the Church, may very aptly be compared to a Monkey in a Glass-Shop" William Hume (1651-1714) was the Vicar of Tavistock and Milton Abbot in Devon from 1696-1714. His son (John Hume) became Bishop of Bristol, Oxford, and Salisbury. xxiii, [i], 410, [6]. pp.

    Condition: The boards are still clean and attractive. There is a little bumping to the edges, but not too much. The spine is a little rubbed, and there is no gilt to the titles so they are very faintly embossed. Internally the book is clean and tidy with just a little darkening to the page edges.

    Book ID: 1355
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