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  • Accademia di Religione Cattolica sotto gli auspici di Pio VIII. by [ANON]
    [ANON]
    Accademia di Religione Cattolica sotto gli auspici di Pio VIII. Pontefice Massimo Flicemente Regnante.

    Edition: Reprint

    Rome: Accademia di Religione Cattolica: 1830. Soft marbled wrapper. A prospectus for Academy of Catholic religion -including lists of those honorary censors and a list of the topics to be covered at the academy in the next year. Included in the list are Cardinal Wiseman and Cardinal Thomas Weld. This was one of the Papal academies at Rome. The academy was an association of learned men, rather than an academic institution (hence the long list of Cardinals involved!). This academy was founded in 1801 with the aim of defending the dogma and moral teaching of the Church. Monthly meetings allowed for themed discussions. The academy still exists and is located in the palace of the Cancelleria Apostolica. 16 pp.

    Condition: Excellent condition. The wrapper is clean and bright. A nice piece of marbling! Internally clean and tidy throughout with just a very slight creasing.

    Book ID: 1321
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  • Acta Apostolicae Sedis Commentarium Officiale by Collective [Roman Catholic Church]
    Collective [Roman Catholic Church]
    Acta Apostolicae Sedis Commentarium Officiale

    Romae: Typis Polyglottis Vaticanis. Volumes 1-5 of the Acta Apostolicae*. Vol.1 : 1909 (21 issue: Annus 1) - 20 December 1909 num. 21) / Vol 2 : 1910 (21 issues: Annus 2 20 Jan 1910 num. 1 - 19 December 1910 num. 23) / Vol 3 : 1911 (17 issues: Annus 3 - 16 Jan 1911 num. 1 - 20 December 1911 num. 17 / Vol 4 : 1912 (22 issues: Annus 4 - 15 January 1912 num. 1 - 30 December 1912 num. 22) / Vol. 5 : 1913 (19 Issues: Annus 5 - 25 Jan 1913 issue 1 - 31 December 1913 num. 19) Vol 1 & 2 have White 3/4 cloth with green boards. Vol 3-5…

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    Romae: Typis Polyglottis Vaticanis. Volumes 1-5 of the Acta Apostolicae*. Vol.1 : 1909 (21 issue: Annus 1) - 20 December 1909 num. 21) / Vol 2 : 1910 (21 issues: Annus 2 20 Jan 1910 num. 1 - 19 December 1910 num. 23) / Vol 3 : 1911 (17 issues: Annus 3 - 16 Jan 1911 num. 1 - 20 December 1911 num. 17 / Vol 4 : 1912 (22 issues: Annus 4 - 15 January 1912 num. 1 - 30 December 1912 num. 22) / Vol. 5 : 1913 (19 Issues: Annus 5 - 25 Jan 1913 issue 1 - 31 December 1913 num. 19) Vol 1 & 2 have White 3/4 cloth with green boards. Vol 3-5 have white vellum. black leather labels with gilt titles. Internally mainly clean and tidy, with a little darkening to the page edges. Volume one has a little rubbing to the spine edges. Frontis portrait of Pope Pius X to volume 1. These volumes came from the st Birgittae de Sion (Bridgittine) monastery at Chudleigh in Devon. They were donated to the Abbey (and each has an inscription stating this) by the Rev. Benedict Williamson. Wiliamson was a prominent Catholic Architect, and supporter of the Bridgetinnes. He was ordained a priest in 1909 and was behind many of the finest early 20th Century Catholic Churches. *Acta Apostolicae Sedis (Latin for "Acts of the Apostolic See"), often cited as AAS, is the official gazette of the Holy See, appearing about twelve times a year. It was established by Pope Pius X on 29 September 1908 with the decree Promulgandi Pontificias Constitutiones, and publication began in January 1909. It contains all the principal decrees, encyclical letters, decisions of Roman congregations, and notices of ecclesiastical appointments. The laws contained in it are to be considered promulgated when published, and effective three months from date of issue, unless a shorter or longer time is specified in the law Volumes 1-5 des Acta Apostolicae*. Vol.1 : 1909 (21 numéro : Annus 1) - 20 décembre 1909 num. 21) / Vol 2 : 1910 (21 numéros : Annus 2 20 Jan 1910 num. 1 - 19 Decembre 1910 num. 23) / Vol 3 : 1911 (17 numéros : Annus 3 - 16 Jan 1911 num. 1 - 20 Decembre 1911 num 17 / Vol. 4 : 1912 (22 numéros : Annus 4 - 15 janvier 1912 num. 1 - 30 décembre 1912 num. 22) / Vol. 5 : 1913 (19 numéros : Annus 5 - 25 janv. 1913 numéro 1 - 31 décembre 1913 num. 19) Les volumes 1 et 2 ont un tissu 3/4 blanc avec des planches vertes. Les volumes 3-5 ont du vélin blanc. étiquettes en cuir noir avec titres dorés. Intérieur principalement propre et bien rangé, avec un peu de noircissement sur les bords de la page. Volume un a un peu de frottement sur les bords du dos. Portrait Frontis du Pape Pie X au tome 1. Ces volumes proviennent du monastère de St Birgittae de Sion (Bridgittine) à Chudleigh dans le Devon. Ils ont été donnés à l'Abbaye (et chacun porte une inscription indiquant ce) par le révérend Benedict Williamson. Wiliamson était un éminent architecte catholique, et partisan des Bridgetinnes. Il a été ordonné prêtre en 1909 et était à l'origine de plusieurs des meilleurs début du 20e Cen Églises catholiques. *Acta Apostolicae Sedis (latin pour « Actes du Siège apostolique »), souvent citée comme AAS, est la gazette officielle du Saint-Siège, paraissant environ douze fois par an. Il a été établi par le pape Pie X le 29 septembre 1908 avec le décret Promulgandi Pontificias Constitutiones, et sa publication a commencé en janvier 1909. Il contient tous les principaux décrets, lettres encycliques, décisions des congrégations romaines et avis de nominations ecclésiastiques. Les lois qu'il contient doivent être considérées comme promulguées lors de leur publication et effectives trois mois à compter de la date de publication, à moins qu'un délai plus court ou plus long ne soit spécifié dans la loi.

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    Book ID: 2868
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  • African Adventure by JAMES, Father. O.M.CAP.
    JAMES, Father. O.M.CAP.
    African Adventure

    Edition: First Edition

    Dublin: Father Mathew Record Office: 1936. Original Red cloth with black embossed titles. Bookplate of Sion Abbey, South Brent to the inside board. Frontis illustration and black and white illus. throughout. Folding map to rear. 202 pp. + Plates.

    Condition: A very nice copy of this book. The red cloth is clean and tidy, with marginal bumping only. No significant marks. Internally clean and tidy throughout.

    Book ID: 1192
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  • Al Privilegio dell' Immacolate Concezione di Maria Santissima by ACCOCIAZIONE DI PREGHIERE
    ACCOCIAZIONE DI PREGHIERE
    Al Privilegio dell' Immacolate Concezione di Maria Santissima Sia Resa in Terra la Maggior Gloria Possible

    Edition: First Edition

    Rome: A broadside about the Association of Prayers. Undated, but Circa 1850. Printed in Italian. Presumed 1st edition - no printing details given. Single sheet folded. Unpaginated but 4pp.

    Condition: Excellent condition. A touch of handling to the edges only.

    Book ID: 1308
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  • Almanach de la jeunesse en vers & en prose, orné de douze jolies gravures; by GENLIS, Mme La Comtesse de
    GENLIS, Mme La Comtesse de
    Almanach de la jeunesse en vers & en prose, orné de douze jolies gravures; ouvrage entiérement inédit.

    Paris: Alphonse Giroux, 1819. Very scarce. First edition, in attractive turquoise contemporary boards with gilt border decorations. With engraved title page and engraved portraits of saints. All edges gilt. Text in French. Includes space for notes / souvenirs, and a calendar. [2], 45, [45] pp. 125 x 80 mm (5 x 3¼ inches). Boards soft at corners, small ink mark to front board, and discoloration under gilt decorated borders. Upper joint split, and inside is slightly foxed; and hinges weak. This been repaired at some point. Caroline-Stéphanie-Félicité or Madame de Genlis (25 January 1746 – 31 December 1830) was a French writer of the late 18th and early 19th century, best known for her novels and theories on children's…

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    Paris: Alphonse Giroux, 1819. Very scarce. First edition, in attractive turquoise contemporary boards with gilt border decorations. With engraved title page and engraved portraits of saints. All edges gilt. Text in French. Includes space for notes / souvenirs, and a calendar. [2], 45, [45] pp. 125 x 80 mm (5 x 3¼ inches). Boards soft at corners, small ink mark to front board, and discoloration under gilt decorated borders. Upper joint split, and inside is slightly foxed; and hinges weak. This been repaired at some point. Caroline-Stéphanie-Félicité or Madame de Genlis (25 January 1746 – 31 December 1830) was a French writer of the late 18th and early 19th century, best known for her novels and theories on children's education. her devotion to religion, morality, and feminine submission, strangely contrasts with her own life and her art. Très rare. Edition originale, en jolies planches contemporaines turquoise à décors de bordures dorées. Avec page de titre gravée et portraits de saints gravés. Tous les bords dorés. Texte en français. Comprend un espace pour les notes/souvenirs et un calendrier. [2], 45, [45] p. 125 x 80 mm (5 x 3¼ pouces). Plats mous aux coins, petite marque d'encre sur le plat avant et décoloration sous les bordures ornées de dorures. L'articulation supérieure est fendue et l'intérieur est légèrement rousseur ; et charnières faibles. Cela a été réparé à un moment donné. Caroline-Stéphanie-Félicité ou Madame de Genlis (25 janvier 1746 - 31 décembre 1830) était une écrivaine française de la fin du XVIIIe et du début du XIXe siècle, surtout connue pour ses romans et ses théories sur l'éducation des enfants. son dévouement à la religion, à la morale et à la soumission féminine contraste étrangement avec sa propre vie et son art.

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    Book ID: 2795
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  • An Abridgement of the Prerogatives of St. Ann, by [ANON] but CLAGETT, William.
    [ANON] but CLAGETT, William.
    An Abridgement of the Prerogatives of St. Ann, Mother of the Mother of God. With the Approbation of the Doctors at Paris: And Thence Done into English to accompany the Contemplations on the Life and Glory of Holy Mary; and the Defence of the Same; with some Pieces of a like nature. To which a PREFACE is added concerning the Original of the STORY.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Ric. Chiswell at the Rose and Crown, 1688. Pamphet. Disbound. Title, preface, a dedication to the Queen Regent (written by "the Maids of St Joseph") the text of the prerogatives. This is in fact an anti-catholic pamphlet from William Clagett. William Clagett (1646–1688) was an English clergyman and pamphleteer, particularly active during the reign of James II. As well as his own pamphlets, he would translate particularly colourful Continental Catholic material, with the aim of making the Catholics an object of ridicule. This is one of those pieces. [ii] i-xv, [i], [vi], 1-20. pp WING A108.

    Condition: A nice copy of this pamphlet. Apart from a a few slight marks, the pamphlet is clean and crisp throughout and well bound together.

    Book ID: 1440
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  • An Answer to the Question, Why Are You a Christian? by CLARKE, John
    CLARKE, John
    An Answer to the Question, Why Are You a Christian?

    Boston: Apollo Press Joseph Belknap, 1795. A very nice copy of this scarce first edition. Recently rebound in half calf, with black marbled boards. Author's name and date in gilt to the spine. Binding is spotless. Internally complete, with some darkening to the initial pages. The page edges are rather chipped - but not affecting text. 43 pages. 250 by 160mm (9¾ by 6¼ inches). John Clarke (1755–1798) was a minister of the First Church in Boston, Massachusetts. Born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, he was educated at the Boston Public Latin School and Harvard University He joined the ministry of Boston's First Church in January 1778, and remained there until his death at age 42. He was a charter…

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    Boston: Apollo Press Joseph Belknap, 1795. A very nice copy of this scarce first edition. Recently rebound in half calf, with black marbled boards. Author's name and date in gilt to the spine. Binding is spotless. Internally complete, with some darkening to the initial pages. The page edges are rather chipped - but not affecting text. 43 pages. 250 by 160mm (9¾ by 6¼ inches). John Clarke (1755–1798) was a minister of the First Church in Boston, Massachusetts. Born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, he was educated at the Boston Public Latin School and Harvard University He joined the ministry of Boston's First Church in January 1778, and remained there until his death at age 42. He was a charter member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1780. & was associated with the Boston Library Society; the Humane Society of Massachusetts; and the Massachusetts Historical Society.
    Joseph Belknap was a Boston publisher. He was the son of a noted Congregationalist minister Jeremy Belknap, and a member of his "long lane" church in Boston. Here he had been involved with the ratifying of the Confederating Constitution of America. He involved in the foundation of, and printer to the Massachusetts Historical Society in 1791

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    Book ID: 3073
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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 Explanation of the Prayers and Ceremonies of the Holy Sacrifice of The Mass; by Glover. Rev. E. B. OSB.
    Glover. Rev. E. B. OSB.
    An Explanation of the Prayers and Ceremonies of the Holy Sacrifice of The Mass; In Familiar Discourses Addressed to a Congregation. Fourth Edition Revised and Corrected

    Edition: Reprint

    London: William Eusebius Andrews: 1835. Original olive green buckram. No titles externally. William Eusebius Andrews (1773-1837) was a Roman Catholic publisher and editor of Catholic papers. Copac cites this work as 1835, and a substantially the same as the 2nd ed. of 1825. 1-138. [ii]. pp

    Condition: The buckram is a little darkened and has slight bumping, but no chips or tears. Internally clean and tidy with a little foxing to the pages only. The front end paper has been neatly removed, so the books begins with the title page. Owner's name and initials to the inside front board.

    Book ID: 1280
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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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  • Anekdoten voor Christenen, enook voor zulken die het niet zijn by KIRSCH, George Frederik.
    KIRSCH, George Frederik.
    Anekdoten voor Christenen, enook voor zulken die het niet zijn naar het hoogduitsch van George Frederik Kirsch, hofprediker des graven van Reuse.

    Hararlem: J.L. Augustini: 1813. First Edition - Part III in two volumes. These are numbered continuously - so 1-114, 115-244 pp. This series of 85 anecdotes of Christian morality was issued in 4 series (this being the third). Hard paper covers (later than publication date). paper labels to the spine. Written in Dutch.

    Condition: The covers are a little darkened and have some rubbing to the corners. Some cracking to the paper on the spine - but still holding well. bookseller stamps to the front of each volume, with owner's shelf locators etc: Overall a nice copy.

    Book ID: 1830
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  • Annals of the Propagation of the Faith: by Association for the Propagation of the Faith
    Association for the Propagation of the Faith
    Annals of the Propagation of the Faith: Volume XI. March 1850 Number LXV.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Association for the Propagation of the Faith: 1850. A Periodical Collection of Letters from the Bishops and Missionaries Employed in the Missions of the Old and New. Pale blue paper covers. Uncut pages. The Association for the Propagation of the Faith is a Roman Catholic institution which is dedicated to supporting with prayer and funds the Catholic Missionaries who work overseas (I.e. not in the United Kingdom). pp. 53-120.

    Condition: A very nice copy of this individual issue of the Annals. Clean and tidy pale blue paper covers. Internally clean and tidy throughout. Uncut pages.

    Book ID: 1138
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  • Annals of the Propagation of the Faith: by Association for the Propagation of the Faith
    Association for the Propagation of the Faith
    Annals of the Propagation of the Faith: Volume XI. March 1850 Number LXV.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Association for the Propagation of the Faith: 1850. A Periodical Collection of Letters from the Bishops and Missionaries Employed in the Missions of the Old and New. Pale blue paper covers. Uncut pages. The Association for the Propagation of the Faith is a Roman Catholic institution which is dedicated to supporting with prayer and funds the Catholic Missionaries who work overseas (I.e. not in the United Kingdom). pp. 53-120.

    Condition: A very nice copy of this individual issue of the Annals. Clean and tidy pale blue paper covers. Internally clean and tidy throughout. Uncut pages. A tiny mark to the front cover of the wrapper and first page.

    Book ID: 1139
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  • Annals of the Propagation of the Faith: by Association for the Propagation of the Faith
    Association for the Propagation of the Faith
    Annals of the Propagation of the Faith: Volume XIV. January 1853. Number LXXXII.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Association for the Propagation of the Faith: 1850. A Periodical Collection of Letters from the Bishops and Missionaries Employed in the Missions of the Old and New. Pale blue paper covers. Uncut pages. The Association for the Propagation of the Faith is a Roman Catholic institution which is dedicated to supporting with prayer and funds the Catholic Missionaries who work overseas (I.e. not in the United Kingdom). pp. [ii], [1]-58.

    Condition: A very nice copy of this individual issue of the Annals. Clean and tidy pale blue paper covers. Internally clean and tidy throughout. Uncut pages. A tiny amount of foxing to the front cover of the wrapper and first page.

    Book ID: 1140
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  • Annals of the Propagation of the Faith: by Association for the Propagation of the Faith
    Association for the Propagation of the Faith
    Annals of the Propagation of the Faith: Volume X. January 1849. Number LVIII.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Association for the Propagation of the Faith: 1849. A Periodical Collection of Letters from the Bishops and Missionaries Employed in the Missions of the Old and New. Pale blue paper covers. Uncut pages. The bulk of this issue is dealing with the missions to China. There is also included a spotless loose gather with half title and title page for Volume IX, with a small attractive vignette to the title page - intended for the binder but not used. The Association for the Propagation of the Faith is a Roman Catholic institution which is dedicated to supporting with prayer and funds the Catholic Missionaries who work overseas (I.e. not in the United Kingdom). pp. [1]-77.

    Condition: A very nice copy of this individual issue of the Annals. Clean and tidy pale blue paper covers. Internally clean and tidy throughout. Uncut pages.

    Book ID: 1141
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  • Annals of the Propagation of the Faith: by Association for the Propagation of the Faith
    Association for the Propagation of the Faith
    Annals of the Propagation of the Faith: Volume XIV. January 1853. Number LXXXII.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Association for the Propagation of the Faith: 1853. A Periodical Collection of Letters from the Bishops and Missionaries Employed in the Missions of the Old and New. Pale blue paper covers. Uncut pages. The bulk of this issue is dealing with the missions to China. The Association for the Propagation of the Faith is a Roman Catholic institution which is dedicated to supporting with prayer and funds the Catholic Missionaries who work overseas (I.e. not in the United Kingdom). pp. [i]-[1]-58.

    Condition: A quite reasonable copy of this individual issue of the Annals. sound, but somewhat darkened and dusty pale blue paper covers. Internally clean and tidy throughout, although there is a little darkening to the first page. Uncut pages.

    Book ID: 1142
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  • Annals of the Propagation of the Faith: by Association for the Propagation of the Faith
    Association for the Propagation of the Faith
    Annals of the Propagation of the Faith: Volume XI. March 1850. Number LXV.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Association for the Propagation of the Faith: 1850. A Periodical Collection of Letters from the Bishops and Missionaries Employed in the Missions of the Old and New. Pale blue paper covers. Uncut pages. The bulk of this issue is dealing with the missions to Oceanica and China. The Association for the Propagation of the Faith is a Roman Catholic institution which is dedicated to supporting with prayer and funds the Catholic Missionaries who work overseas (I.e. not in the United Kingdom). pp. 53-119

    Condition: A quite reasonable copy of this individual issue of the Annals. sound, but somewhat darkened and dusty pale blue paper covers. Internally clean and tidy throughout, although there is a little darkening to the first page. Uncut pages.

    Book ID: 1143
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  • Annals of the Propagation of the Faith: by Association for the Propagation of the Faith
    Association for the Propagation of the Faith
    Annals of the Propagation of the Faith: Volume XI. September 1850. Number LXVIII.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Association for the Propagation of the Faith: 1850. A Periodical Collection of Letters from the Bishops and Missionaries Employed in the Missions of the Old and New. Pale blue paper covers. Uncut pages. The bulk of this issue is dealing with the missions to America and China. It also contains several letters from Pope Pius IX. The Association for the Propagation of the Faith is a Roman Catholic institution which is dedicated to supporting with prayer and funds the Catholic Missionaries who work overseas (I.e. not in the United Kingdom). pp. [vi], 253-306

    Condition: A quite reasonable copy of this individual issue of the Annals. sound, but somewhat darkened and dusty pale blue paper covers. Internally clean and tidy throughout, although there is a little darkening to the first page. Uncut pages.

    Book ID: 1144
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