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  • Extracts from an Article contained in the 58th Number of the "Annals of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith" by [SOCIETY FOR THE PROPOGATION OF THE FAITH]
    [SOCIETY FOR THE PROPOGATION OF THE FAITH]
    Extracts from an Article contained in the 58th Number of the "Annals of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith" Also a piece entitled "Glance at the Missions" extracted from the Dublin review.

    Edition: First Thus

    Lyon: Society for the Propogation of the Faith, 1838. First edition. A single sheet, folded octavo, with 8 printed pages, uncut. This comprises two articles extracted from Annals of the Propagation of the Faith. One is a summary of the income and expenditure of the missions. An interesting summary - showing which of the missions and individuals received grants. The other, is a summary of the work of the missions, first published in the Dublin Review (no. 8). Overall, this is in a good condition. There is a touch of marking to the rear page only. Otherwise very clean and tidy.

    Book ID: 1108
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  • Four Witnesses. by GRAIL, the
    GRAIL, the
    Four Witnesses.

    Edition: First Edition

    Eastcote, Middlesex: The Grail, 1947. First edition. With 11 full page woodcuts by B. De Bezier. Hardback cloth backed boards, the cloth now faded. A touch of foxing to the covers. A light paper flaw at the lower margin of the title, else a good copy. 47, (i) pp. Eleven full page woodcuts. TOGETHER WITH: 8 page programme for the performance of this at the Royal Albert Hall on Maundy Thursday 1951

    Book ID: 1080
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  • Historiae Societas Iesu Pars Prima sive Ignatius Auctore Nicolao Orlandino Societatis eiusdem sacerdote.... [Pars Secunda], Sive Lainius, Auctore R.P. Francisco SACCHINO... by ORLANDINO, Nicolao & SACCHINI, Francesco
    ORLANDINO, Nicolao & SACCHINI, Francesco
    Historiae Societas Iesu Pars Prima sive Ignatius Auctore Nicolao Orlandino Societatis eiusdem sacerdote.... [Pars Secunda], Sive Lainius, Auctore R.P. Francisco SACCHINO...

    Antwerpiae [Antwerp]: Filios Martini Nutij, 1620. Folio. Two vols in 1. first edition of the second part by Sacchini; the first part, by Orlandini, was first published in 1614. These first two parts cover the history of the Jesuits until 1564; a further three parts were published later.With engraved title showing Ignatius and early members of the order. Carved woodcarving printer's mark at the end of part 1. There is a small library stamp to the title page for "Bibliotheca Historica A. Hamy." There is an ink annotation to the bottom edge of the title page dated 1657. (It would suggest that this volume was owned by a Franciscan monastery in France). Another stamp to the first leaf for…

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    Antwerpiae [Antwerp]: Filios Martini Nutij, 1620. Folio. Two vols in 1. first edition of the second part by Sacchini; the first part, by Orlandini, was first published in 1614. These first two parts cover the history of the Jesuits until 1564; a further three parts were published later.With engraved title showing Ignatius and early members of the order. Carved woodcarving printer's mark at the end of part 1. There is a small library stamp to the title page for "Bibliotheca Historica A. Hamy." There is an ink annotation to the bottom edge of the title page dated 1657. (It would suggest that this volume was owned by a Franciscan monastery in France). Another stamp to the first leaf for "Collegium Angiense Societis Jesus" (Jesuits founded schools established on the principles of Ignatius and called them Collegium). Period (possibly contemporary) full leather. Six raised bands to the spine. Gilt titles and decorations to the spine. The binding is a little rubbed to the edges, with cracking to the spine edges, with loss of leather cover to the spine edges. The contents of the book are in excellent condition, with a few foxing spots only.
    The first comprehensive history of the Society of Jesus and at the same time one of the most important works on the history of the missions, especially in the East Asian region. Contains numerous Chapter on China and Japan. De Backer-S. V, 1935. 4 and VII, 366, 6. Streit I, 172. Old Japan cat. 1096. Laures 340. Collation: Title, *2-**4, A-pp3, [printer's device], +-+6, A-Hh4. [i] Pagination: [14], 1-426, [24], [i], [12], 1-349, [26], [i]. pp 360 by 220mm (14¼ by 8¾ inches). Although the first part was issued in 1614, Worldcat does not record any holdings of the 1614 edition. Folio. Deux volumes en 1. première édition de la deuxième partie par Sacchini ; la première partie, par Orlandini, a été publiée pour la première fois en 1614. Ces deux premières parties couvrent l'histoire des jésuites jusqu'en 1564 ; trois autres parties ont été publiées plus tard. Avec titre gravé montrant Ignace et les premiers membres de l'ordre. Marque d'imprimeur de sculpture sur bois sculptée à la fin de la partie 1. Il y a un petit tampon de bibliothèque sur la page de titre de « Bibliotheca Historica A. Hamy ». Il y a une annotation à l'encre sur le bord inférieur de la page de titre datée de 1657. (Cela suggère que ce volume appartenait à un monastère franciscain en France). Un autre timbre à la première feuille pour « Collegium Angiense Societis Jesus » (les jésuites ont fondé des écoles fondées sur les principes d'Ignace et les ont appelées Collegium). Plein cuir d'époque (peut-être contemporain). Six bandes en relief à la colonne vertébrale. Titres et décorations dorés au dos. La reliure est un peu frottée sur les tranches, avec des craquelures sur les tranches du dos, avec perte de la couverture en cuir sur les tranches du dos. Le contenu du livre est en excellent état, avec quelques rousseurs seulement.
    La première histoire complète de la Compagnie de Jésus et en même temps l'un des ouvrages les plus importants sur l'histoire des missions, en particulier dans la région de l'Asie de l'Est. Contient de nombreux chapitres sur la Chine et le Japon. De Backer-S. V, 1935. 4 et VII, 366, 6. Streit I, 172. Vieux Japon cat. 1096. Laures 340. Collation : Titre, *2-**4, A-pp3, [appareil de l'imprimante], +-+6, A-Hh4. [i] Pagination : [14], 1-426, [24], [i], [12], 1-349, [26], [i]. pp 360 par 220 mm (14¼ par 8¾ pouces). Bien que la première partie ait été publiée en 1614, Worldcat n'enregistre aucun fonds de l'édition de 1614.

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  • 36 homilies in three volumes
    Homelie I pour le Second Dimanche de L'Avent sur la Correction Fraternelle. by M. Le Curé de S. Sulpice
    M. Le Curé de S. Sulpice
    Homelie I pour le Second Dimanche de L'Avent sur la Correction Fraternelle.

    Paris: Raymond Mazieres, 1707. Three volumes of homilies by the Curé of Saint Sulpice. 4th Edition. full leather binding with 6 panels, 2 leather labels to the spine with title and volume. The bindings have some nicking and chipping to them. The surface area is quite pitted. Still attractive. Each volume has vignettes and historiated initials to the beginning of each homily. Each homily has its own title page and date. These were obviously printed as separate homilies and bound together here. Text in French. Vol 1. 1707 4th Edition. This volume has had damage to the bottom edge (looks as if perhaps mice before binding or similar?). As a result, the text block has been shaved to the…

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    Paris: Raymond Mazieres, 1707. Three volumes of homilies by the Curé of Saint Sulpice. 4th Edition. full leather binding with 6 panels, 2 leather labels to the spine with title and volume. The bindings have some nicking and chipping to them. The surface area is quite pitted. Still attractive. Each volume has vignettes and historiated initials to the beginning of each homily. Each homily has its own title page and date. These were obviously printed as separate homilies and bound together here. Text in French. Vol 1. 1707 4th Edition. This volume has had damage to the bottom edge (looks as if perhaps mice before binding or similar?). As a result, the text block has been shaved to the base (not affecting text). This has resulted in the book being 2.5 cm shorter than the other two volumes. Contains Homily I (Pour le Second Dimanche de L'Avent sur la Correction Fraternelle); XXII; (Pour le premier jour de L'an), XXVI; (pour le Troisieme Dimanche apres L'Epiphanie sur le Lepreux et le Paralytique), XI; (pour les quatrieme Dimanche apres L'epiphanie), XXXVI; XXXVII; XXXVII (pour le cinquieme Dimanche d'apres L'Epiphanie sur le Bon Grain - 3 homilies); XXXIX (pour le vi Dimanche D'Apres L'Epiphanie, sur le grain de Seneve); XXII (Le Septuagesime & part 2); XXVII (de la Sexagesime sur le Deluge); XXXI (la Sexagesime su le juste Abel); II (Quinquagesime sur L'Aveugle de Jericho) 26, 44, 50, [i], 46, 56, 59, 54, [i], 58, 66, 50, 48, 50, 36 pp. 23.5 cm x 19 cm. Vol 2. 1710. This volume is the 3rd Edition. The front end paper has had the top 3 cm neatly cut away (seems to have been removing an ownership signature). Slight chipping to top edge. some water staining to the bottom edge, with some loss of paper to the bottom on about 20 pages (not affecting text). Contains: Homilie XIII (Quinquagesime sur la voye large et la voye etroite) XXXIII (Du caresme sur la Cananee); XXXV, (De Careme dur L'Enfant Prodigue); XXIV (Le jeudy de la seconde semaine de careme sur le mauvaisriche); III (le quatrieme dimanche de Careme sur le miracle de cinq pains); XXXII (le quatrieme dimanche de Caresme sur la Samaritaine); XXX (Sur la patience de Job); XIV (Sur la Passion de Jesus-Christ notre seigneur); XV (Second Dimanche d'apres pasques sur le bon pasteur - second edition); XVI (sur le juste afflige); IV (Dimanche des Rogations sur la Priere - 3rd edition); XXVIII (le Dimanche dans L'Octave du Saint Sacrement sur la viellesse); XXV (Sur la brebis egaree); 52, 52, 66, 52, 48. 64, 66, 64, 46, 44, 48, 56, 47 [i] pp. 26 cm x 19 cm. Volume 3. 1710. 3rd Edition. A little rubbing to the boards, but overall in good+ condition. Contains: V (le sixieme Dimanche d'apres la Pentecote sur la Penitence de David - 3rd edition); XVII (Sur les faux prophetes); VI (pour le huitieme Dimanche D'apres la Pentecote sur L'econome infidele); IX (pour le dixieme dimanche d'apres la Pentecote sur le pharisien et le publicain); VIII (pour le onzieme dimanche d'apres la pentecote sur la guerison du sourd et muet - 4th edition); VII (le douzieme Dimanch d'apres la pentecote sur le Samaritain - second edition); XX (le treizieme dimanche d'apres la pentecote sur les dix lepreux); XVIII (le qunzieme dimanche d'apres la pentecote sur la veuve de naim); XXXIV (le dix-hitieme dimanche d'apres la pentecote sur la Magdeleine); X (pour le vingt un dimanche apres la Pentecoste sur le creancier inhumain - 4th edition); XXIX (pour le vingtdeux dimanche d'apres la Pentecote sur les consultations humaines); XIX (pour le vint troisieme dimanche d'apres la pentecote su l'hemorroisse); XXI (pour le vint quatrieme dimanche d'apres la pentecote sur le jugement dernier). 44, 40, 36, 42; 40, 44, 54, [i], 40, 70, 40, 50, 42, [i], 44 pp 26 cm x 19 cm. Trois volumes d'homélies du Curé de Saint Sulpice. 4e édition. reliure plein cuir à 6 volets, 2 étiquettes cuir au dos avec titre et tome. Les reliures ont des entailles et des ébréchures. La surface est assez piquée. Toujours aussi séduisant. Chaque volume comporte des vignettes et des initiales historiées au début de chaque homélie. Chaque homélie a sa propre page de titre et sa propre date. Celles-ci ont évidemment été imprimées sous forme d'homélies séparées et reliées ensemble ici. Texte en français. Vol 1. 1707 4e édition. Ce volume a eu des dommages sur le bord inférieur (on dirait peut-être des souris avant la reliure ou similaire ?). En conséquence, le bloc de texte a été rasé jusqu'à la base (n'affectant pas le texte). Le livre est donc plus court de 2,5 cm que les deux autres volumes. Contient Homélie I (Pour le Second Dimanche de L'Avent sur la Correction Fraternelle); XXII; (Pour le premier jour de L'an), XXVI ; (pour le Troisieme Dimanche apres L'Epiphanie sur le Lepreux et le Paralytique), XI; (pour les quatrieme Dimanche apres L'epiphanie), XXXVI; XXXVII ; XXXVII (pour le cinquieme Dimanche d'Apres L'Epiphanie sur le Bon Grain - 3 homélies) ; XXXIX (pour le vi Dimanche D'Après L'Epiphanie, sur le grain de Seneve); XXII (Le Septuagesime & partie 2); XXVII (de la Sexagesime sur le Déluge) ; XXXI (la Sexagesime sur le juste Abel) ; II (Quinquagesime sur L'Aveugle de Jéricho) 26, 44, 50, [i], 46, 56, 59, 54, [i], 58, 66, 50, 48, 50, 36 pp. 23,5 cm x 19 cm. Vol 2. 1710. Ce volume est la 3e édition. Le papier de devant a eu les 3 cm supérieurs soigneusement découpés (semble avoir supprimé une signature de propriété). Légères ébréchures sur le bord supérieur. quelques taches d'eau sur le bord inférieur, avec quelques pertes de papier en bas sur une vingtaine de pages (n'affectant pas le texte). Contient : Homilie XIII (Quinquagesime sur la voye large et la voye etroite) XXXIII (Du caresme sur la Cananée) ; XXXV, (De Careme dur L'Enfant Prodigue); XXIV (Le jeudy de la seconde semaine de careme sur le mauvaisriche); III (le quatrième dimanche de Careme sur le miracle de cinq pains) ; XXXII (le quatrième dimanche de Caresme sur la Samaritaine) ; XXX (Sur la patience de Job) ; XIV (Sur la Passion de Jésus-Christ notre seigneur) ; XV (Deuxième Dimanche d'après pasques sur le bon pasteur - deuxième édition) ; XVI (sur le juste afflige) ; IV (Dimanche des Rogations sur la Priere - 3e édition) ; XXVIII (le Dimanche dans L'Octave du Saint Sacrement sur la viellesse) ; XXV (Sur la brebis égarée) ; 52, 52, 66, 52, 48. 64, 66, 64, 46, 44, 48, 56, 47 [i] p. 26 cm x 19 cm. Volume 3. 1710. 3e édition. Quelques frottements sur les plats, mais dans l'ensemble en bon + état. Contient : V (le sixième Dimanche d'après la Pentecôte sur la Pénitence de David - 3e édition) ; XVII (Sur les faux prophètes) ; VI (pour le huitieme Dimanche D'apres la Pentecote sur L'econome infidèle); IX (pour le dixieme dimanche d'après la Pentecôte sur le pharisien et le publicain) ; VIII (pour le onzieme dimanche d'après la pentecote sur la guerison du sourd et muet - 4e édition) ; VII (le douzieme Dimanch d'après la pentecôte sur le Samaritain - deuxième édition) ; XX (le treizieme dimanche d'après la pentecote sur les dix lepreux) ; XVIII (le qunzieme dimanche d'après la pentecote sur la veuve de naim); XXXIV (le dix-hitième dimanche d'après la pentecôte sur la Magdeleine) ; X (pour le vingt un dimanche après la Pentecôte sur le créancier inhumain - 4e édition) ; XXIX (pour le vingtdeux dimanche d'après la Pentecôte sur les consultations humaines) ; XIX (pour le vint troisieme dimanche d'apres la pentecote su l'hemorroisse) ; XXI (pour le vint quatrième dimanche d'après la pentecôte sur le jugement dernier). 44, 40, 36, 42 ; 40, 44, 54, [i], 40, 70, 40, 50, 42, [i], 44 pages 26 cm x 19 cm.

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  • Homiliae seu sermones sive conciones ad populum. by ALCUIN
    ALCUIN
    Homiliae seu sermones sive conciones ad populum. Praestantissimorum ecclesiae doctorum, Hieronymi, Augustini, Ambrosii, Gregorii, Origenis, Chrysostomi, Bedae, Herici, Haymonis, Aliorumq. In hunc ordinem digestae per Alchuinum Leuitam.

    Lugduni: Mathiam Bonhome, 1538. Full contemporary vellum. Ascribed to Paul the Deacon by the typescript Oxford Intercollegiate Catalogue; to Alcuin by Adams and listed under the heading Alcuin by BM STC German, 1455-1600, though described as a suppositious work. Title and date printed in red and black within a woodcut architectural border. Woodcut initials. Text printed in double columns. 230 ff. 250 x 180 mm (9¾ x 7 inches). Some darkening to the covers. Internally generally a good clean copy with some slight dustiness. Penciled inscriptions to inside paste down. There is worming to the blank lower margin, and also to leaves 166-189 with loss of text. COPAC shows a single copy of this 1538 edition. (Oxford). Plein vélin…

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    Lugduni: Mathiam Bonhome, 1538. Full contemporary vellum. Ascribed to Paul the Deacon by the typescript Oxford Intercollegiate Catalogue; to Alcuin by Adams and listed under the heading Alcuin by BM STC German, 1455-1600, though described as a suppositious work. Title and date printed in red and black within a woodcut architectural border. Woodcut initials. Text printed in double columns. 230 ff. 250 x 180 mm (9¾ x 7 inches). Some darkening to the covers. Internally generally a good clean copy with some slight dustiness. Penciled inscriptions to inside paste down. There is worming to the blank lower margin, and also to leaves 166-189 with loss of text. COPAC shows a single copy of this 1538 edition. (Oxford). Plein vélin d'époque. Attribué à Paul le diacre par le dactylographié Oxford Intercollegiate Catalogue ; à Alcuin par Adams et répertorié sous le titre Alcuin par BM STC allemand, 1455-1600, bien que décrit comme un travail supposé. Titre et date imprimés en rouge et noir dans une bordure architecturale gravée sur bois. Initiales gravées sur bois. Texte imprimé en double colonne. 230 et suiv. 250 par 180 mm. Certains assombrissement des couvertures. Intérieurement généralement une bonne copie propre avec un peu de poussière légère. Inscriptions au crayon à coller à l'intérieur. Il y a du vermifuge sur la marge inférieure vierge, ainsi que sur les feuilles 166-189 avec perte de texte. COPAC montre un seul exemplaire de cette édition de 1538. (Oxford).

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  • Il Buon Uso Della Logica in Materia di Religione by MUZZARELLI, Alfonso
    MUZZARELLI, Alfonso
    Il Buon Uso Della Logica in Materia di Religione Dedicato all' emo e rmo Principe il Signor Cardinale Gio. Maria Riminaldi. Tomo Secondo.

    Edition: First Edition

    Fulignio: Giovanni Tomassini Stamp. Vescovile, 1787. First Edition. This is the second volume only (of three) of Muzzarelli's major work on the use of Logic in Religion. There were a further two supplements issued in 1788. Original green publishers paper covers, with number to spine. (if this is a library number - there are no other library marks). NB. This book is entirely in Italian. The green paper is faded to the spine, and has a little nicking, with a couple of closed tears, and a little loss to the edge of the spine. The boards are still firm though. Internally clean and tidy throughout, with a little foxing / darkening to the pages only. Overall a nice copy…

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    Fulignio: Giovanni Tomassini Stamp. Vescovile, 1787. First Edition. This is the second volume only (of three) of Muzzarelli's major work on the use of Logic in Religion. There were a further two supplements issued in 1788. Original green publishers paper covers, with number to spine. (if this is a library number - there are no other library marks). NB. This book is entirely in Italian. The green paper is faded to the spine, and has a little nicking, with a couple of closed tears, and a little loss to the edge of the spine. The boards are still firm though. Internally clean and tidy throughout, with a little foxing / darkening to the pages only. Overall a nice copy of this uncommon first edition. Première édition. Il s'agit du deuxième volume seulement (sur trois) de l'ouvrage majeur de Muzzarelli sur l'utilisation de la logique dans la religion. Deux autres suppléments ont été publiés en 1788. Couvertures originales en papier vert d'éditeur, numérotées au dos. (s'il s'agit d'un numéro de bibliothèque - il n'y a pas d'autres marques de bibliothèque). NB. Ce livre est entièrement en italien. Le papier vert est passé au dos et présente une petite entaille, quelques déchirures fermées et un petit manque au bord du dos. Les planches sont toujours fermes. Intérieurement propre et bien rangé, avec un peu de rousseurs / noircissement sur les pages uniquement. Dans l'ensemble un bel exemplaire de cette édition originale peu commune. 1-379 pp.

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  • A nice association copy by this Roman Catholic poet.
    "In all the Signs..." and Other Poems. by GILBEY, Jack.
    GILBEY, Jack.
    "In all the Signs..." and Other Poems.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Burns, Oates & Washbourne Ltd, 1944. Original green cloth with gilt titles to the front board. Cream dust wrapper - plain with titles in black to the front cover and spine. Lengthy gift inscription from the author to the Reverend Mother Superior of Syon Abbey (South Brent) with thanks for their prayers and support. Frontis photograph (black and white) of the author at work. The wrapper is in very good condition. No chips. A tiny closed nick to the base of the spine only and slight handling. The cream remains clean and tidy with just fractional darkening to the wrapper. The cloth is clean and tidy with fractional sunning to the base of the spine. Intermittent light foxing,…

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    London: Burns, Oates & Washbourne Ltd, 1944. Original green cloth with gilt titles to the front board. Cream dust wrapper - plain with titles in black to the front cover and spine. Lengthy gift inscription from the author to the Reverend Mother Superior of Syon Abbey (South Brent) with thanks for their prayers and support. Frontis photograph (black and white) of the author at work. The wrapper is in very good condition. No chips. A tiny closed nick to the base of the spine only and slight handling. The cream remains clean and tidy with just fractional darkening to the wrapper. The cloth is clean and tidy with fractional sunning to the base of the spine. Intermittent light foxing, otherwise very clean. No marks other than the author's inscription. 48 pages.
    Captain Jack (John Newman) Gilbey b.1888 was the older brother of Alfred Newman Gilbey, Roman Catholic priest and longtime Catholic chaplain of Cambridge University. He was the author of several collections of devotional poetry.

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  • A nice association copy by this Roman Catholic poet
    In Loving Memory and Other Poems by GILBEY, Jack.
    GILBEY, Jack.
    In Loving Memory and Other Poems

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Burns, Oates & Washbourne Ltd: 1936. First edition. Original green cloth with gilt titles to the front board. Cream dust wrapper - plain with titles in black to the front cover and spine. Gift inscription from the author to the Sisters of Syon Abbey (South Brent). Frontis photograph (black and white) of the author at work. The wrapper is in good condition. No chips. A tiny closed nick to the head of the spine only and slight handling. The cream remains mainly clean and tidy with just a little darkening and marking to the wrapper. The cloth is clean and tidy with fractional sunning to the base of the spine. Intermittent light foxing, otherwise clean. No marks other than…

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    London: Burns, Oates & Washbourne Ltd: 1936. First edition. Original green cloth with gilt titles to the front board. Cream dust wrapper - plain with titles in black to the front cover and spine. Gift inscription from the author to the Sisters of Syon Abbey (South Brent). Frontis photograph (black and white) of the author at work. The wrapper is in good condition. No chips. A tiny closed nick to the head of the spine only and slight handling. The cream remains mainly clean and tidy with just a little darkening and marking to the wrapper. The cloth is clean and tidy with fractional sunning to the base of the spine. Intermittent light foxing, otherwise clean. No marks other than the author's inscription. There are the signs of some damp staining to the inside boards, and likewise the last few pages are slightly crinkled, but not bad overall. 64 pages.
    Captain Jack (John Newman) Gilbey b.1888 was the older brother of Alfred Newman Gilbey, Roman Catholic priest and longtime Catholic chaplain of Cambridge University. He was the author of several collections of devotional poetry.

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  • Infernus, damnatorum carcer et rogus: by DREXEL, J. [Jeremius]
    DREXEL, J. [Jeremius]
    Infernus, damnatorum carcer et rogus: Aeternitatis pars IIa : coram seris. Maximiliano et Elisabetha vtr. Bav. ducib[us] explicata

    München / Monachii: Leysserius / Apud Cornelium Leysserium, 1631. 3rd Edition of this graphic account of Hell. München : Leysserius / Monachii : Apud Cornelium Leysserium
    Engraved title and 9 full-page engravings in text depicting the torments of the damned in Hell by Philipp Sadeler.

    Contemporary vellum with two brass and vellum clasps to close (one of the clasps is lacking). A quarter (2 cm) of the vellum to the spine is lost, with cracking to the spine edge. Some stains to boards. Ownership inscription on the front end paper and to the title page. Text is in Latin. Text block is clean and presentable. Some offsetting from the engraved plates. The plates appear to have been…

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    München / Monachii: Leysserius / Apud Cornelium Leysserium, 1631. 3rd Edition of this graphic account of Hell. München : Leysserius / Monachii : Apud Cornelium Leysserium
    Engraved title and 9 full-page engravings in text depicting the torments of the damned in Hell by Philipp Sadeler.

    Contemporary vellum with two brass and vellum clasps to close (one of the clasps is lacking). A quarter (2 cm) of the vellum to the spine is lost, with cracking to the spine edge. Some stains to boards. Ownership inscription on the front end paper and to the title page. Text is in Latin. Text block is clean and presentable. Some offsetting from the engraved plates. The plates appear to have been trimmed quite tightly but with minimal (if any) loss. This third edition seems to be a pocket edition, so that you are able to consult the torments at any time! The plates and typesetting seem to have been slightly re-worked from other (including later) editions by Leysserius. The dedication addresses the apostolic nuncio in Germany, bishop Pier Luigi Carafa (1581-1655), whose arms appear at foot of title. Eight torments are described, commented on and vividly illustrated with fine engravings, i.e. darkness, lamenting, hunger and thirst, stench, fire, excruciating remorse, ill company and desperation. The engraving related to lamenting shows an improbable music sheet with notes and lyrics ( Vae vae vae, ah ah ah ah, heu eheu aeternitas ) of the chant of sorrow sung by the damned.

    Dünnh. II, 1399, 15.3 - "Immensely gruesome and drastic description of the torments of hell..." (Dünnhaupt on first edition in the same year). "Infernus" Together with "De Aeternitate" (1620) and "Caelum" (1635) were conceived as a trilogy. Jeremias Drexel S.J. (also known as Hieremias Drexelius or Drechsel) (1581–1638) was a Jesuit writer of devotional literature and a professor of the humanities and rhetoric. He served for 23 years as court preacher in Munich to Maximilian I, Elector of Bavaria and his wife Elizabeth of Lorraine. He wrote numerous theological works.

    Conforms to OCLC: 317504955. [26], 491 pp. 95mm by 50mm (3¾ by 2 inches).

    . 3e édition de ce récit graphique de l'enfer. München : Leysserius / Monachii : Apud Cornelium Leysserium
    Titre gravé et 9 gravures à pleine page dans le texte représentant les tourments des damnés en enfer par Philipp Sadeler.

    Vélin de l'époque avec deux fermoirs en laiton et en vélin pour fermer (l'un des fermoirs est manquant). Un quart (2 cm) du vélin du dos est perdu, avec des craquelures sur le bord du dos. Quelques taches sur les planches. Inscription du propriétaire sur la première page de garde et sur la page de titre. Le texte est en latin. Le bloc de texte est propre et présentable. Quelques décalages dans les planches gravées. Les planches semblent avoir été rognées de manière assez serrée mais avec une perte minime (voire inexistante). Cette troisième édition semble être une édition de poche, afin que vous puissiez consulter les tourments à tout moment ! Les planches et la composition semblent avoir été légèrement retravaillées à partir d'autres éditions de Leysserius (y compris les plus tardives). La dédicace s'adresse au nonce apostolique en Allemagne, l'évêque Pier Luigi Carafa (1581-1655), dont les armes figurent en bas du titre. Huit tourments sont décrits, commentés et illustrés par de belles gravures : les ténèbres, les lamentations, la faim et la soif, la puanteur, le feu, les remords atroces, la mauvaise compagnie et le désespoir. La gravure relative aux lamentations montre une improbable partition avec notes et paroles ( Vae vae vae, ah ah ah ah, heu eheu aeternitas ) du chant de douleur entonné par les damnés.

    Dünnh. II, 1399, 15.3 - "Description immensément horrible et drastique des tourments de l'enfer..." (Dünnhaupt sur la première édition de la même année). Avec "De Aeternitate" (1620) et "Caelum" (1635), "Infernus" a été conçu comme une trilogie. Jeremias Drexel S.J. (également connu sous le nom de Hieremias Drexelius ou Drechsel) (1581-1638) était un écrivain jésuite de littérature dévotionnelle et un professeur d'humanités et de rhétorique. Pendant 23 ans, il a été prédicateur à Munich pour Maximilien Ier, électeur de Bavière, et son épouse Élisabeth de Lorraine. Il a écrit de nombreux ouvrages théologiques.

    Conforme à OCLC : 317504955. [26], 491 pp. 95mm par 50mm (3¾ par 2 pouces).

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  • An original volume relating to inheritance provisions for his children
    Information connected with the Norfolk Family Settlement at the 31st May 1839 by HOWARD, Henry, Charles
    HOWARD, Henry, Charles
    Information connected with the Norfolk Family Settlement at the 31st May 1839

    NA, 1839. HOWARD, Henry Charles, 13th Duke of Norfolk (1791-1856). An original volume relating to inheritance provisions for his children, 1841. Sixteen pages, with the remainder of the volume unused. It is headed: "Information connected with the Norfolk Family Settlement at the 31st May 1839." It notes annuities to the Earl of Surrey £10,000, Countess of Surrey £1,000 and detailed provisions for other members of the Duke's family, includingthe Earl and Countess of Arundel & Surrey, and their younger children Lord Edward (Fitzalan) Howard, Lord Bernard Fitzalan Howard, Lady Mary Howard and Lady Adeliza Howard, born in the early 19th century. There are also references to The Glossop Estate, and settlements in 1841. An annuity to Dr Sandon and…

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    NA, 1839. HOWARD, Henry Charles, 13th Duke of Norfolk (1791-1856). An original volume relating to inheritance provisions for his children, 1841. Sixteen pages, with the remainder of the volume unused. It is headed: "Information connected with the Norfolk Family Settlement at the 31st May 1839." It notes annuities to the Earl of Surrey £10,000, Countess of Surrey £1,000 and detailed provisions for other members of the Duke's family, includingthe Earl and Countess of Arundel & Surrey, and their younger children Lord Edward (Fitzalan) Howard, Lord Bernard Fitzalan Howard, Lady Mary Howard and Lady Adeliza Howard, born in the early 19th century. There are also references to The Glossop Estate, and settlements in 1841. An annuity to Dr Sandon and his wife is mentioned, as is a re-settlement agreed on the date of the Duke of Surrey's marriage. Full contemporary straight grain dark red morocco, gilt lettered 'Miscellaneous' on the upper cover. Slight wear to the head of the spine, and lacks the clasp. It bears the engraved stationers' label of Bebbington's Bath Paper Warehouse, 426, Strand. 120 mm x 190 mm. Henry Charles Howard and his father were Roman Catholics, although his mother Lady Elizabeth Belasyse was Anglican. It is not clear if Howard was formally and nominally raised Anglican, or if he was already Catholic when he married into a prominent Whig (and therefore anti-Catholic) family in 1814. In 1829, after Catholic emancipation, the Earl of Surrey (as he now was) was elected a Member of Parliament. In 1839
    his son, Henry Granville Fitzalan, Fourteenth Duke of Norfolk, married Augusta Lyons, the daughter of Admiral
    Sir Edmund (afterwards Lord) Lyons, the ambassador at Athens. This necessitated a revision of his father's inheritance provisions.

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  • Institutio Catholica: In qua exponitur fidei veritas et comprobatur Adversus Haereses Et Superstitiones hui[us] aevi; by COTON, P
    COTON, P
    Institutio Catholica: In qua exponitur fidei veritas et comprobatur Adversus Haereses Et Superstitiones hui[us] aevi; In quatuor divisa libros qui totidem joannis Calvini voluminib[us] et institutioni opponi queant, Auctore R. P. Petro Cotono …

    Mainz (but Köln): Peter Henning, 1618. Contemporary full vellum with shelf label and (faded) manuscript titles to spine. Library stamp for Miltenberg (Germany) library to front end paper. Attractive engraved allegorical title. Contemporary inscription to title showing ownership of Nicolas Sartonio of Miltenberg. Clasps are missing, vellum is browned and stained, slightly rubbed but still presentable. Paper darkened in line with age, otherwise still in very good condition. (48) [*-f4], 1-872 [A-Rrrrr4], [44] [Sssss-Zzzzz2] pp. Conforms to USTC 2095833.

    First Latin edition of this polemic, originally published in French in 1610 under the title "Institution catholique". The author Pierre Coton (1564 - 1626) was a French Jesuit, friend and confessor of the French King Henry IV and his son,…

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    Mainz (but Köln): Peter Henning, 1618. Contemporary full vellum with shelf label and (faded) manuscript titles to spine. Library stamp for Miltenberg (Germany) library to front end paper. Attractive engraved allegorical title. Contemporary inscription to title showing ownership of Nicolas Sartonio of Miltenberg. Clasps are missing, vellum is browned and stained, slightly rubbed but still presentable. Paper darkened in line with age, otherwise still in very good condition. (48) [*-f4], 1-872 [A-Rrrrr4], [44] [Sssss-Zzzzz2] pp. Conforms to USTC 2095833.

    First Latin edition of this polemic, originally published in French in 1610 under the title "Institution catholique". The author Pierre Coton (1564 - 1626) was a French Jesuit, friend and confessor of the French King Henry IV and his son, who later became King Louis XIII. After the assassination of Henry IV in 1610, Coton was often the victim of polemics and attacks, who blamed the regicide on the Jesuits. His name went down in history in the form of a quip: "The king has cotton in his ears!" Having become, thanks to the protection of Marie de Medici, the confessor of the young Louis XIII, he remained influential until his disgrace, linked to the coup de force of the young king against the Concini in 1617.

    . Plein vélin de l'époque avec étiquette d'étagère et titres manuscrits (décolorés) au dos. Cachet de la bibliothèque de Miltenberg (Allemagne) sur la première page de garde. Joli titre allégorique gravé. Inscription contemporaine sur le titre indiquant la propriété de Nicolas Sartonio de Miltenberg. Les fermoirs manquent, le vélin est bruni et taché, légèrement frotté mais encore présentable. Le papier s'est assombri avec l'âge, mais il est en très bon état. (48) [*-f4], 1-872 [A-Rrrrr4], [44] [Sssss-Zzzzz2] ppp
    Conforme à USTC 2095833.

    Première édition latine de cette polémique, originellement publiée en français en 1610 sous le titre
    "Institution catholique". L'auteur Pierre Coton (1564 - 1626) était un jésuite français, ami et confesseur du roi français Henri IV et de son fils, qui devint plus tard le roi Louis XIII. Après l'assassinat d'Henri IV en 1610, Coton fut souvent victime de polémiques et d'attaques, qui imputaient le régicide aux Jésuites. Son nom est entré dans l'histoire sous la forme d'une boutade : "Le roi a du coton dans les oreilles !". Devenu, grâce à la protection de Marie de Médicis, le confesseur du jeune Louis XIII, il reste influent jusqu'à sa disgrâce, liée au coup de force du jeune roi contre les Concini en 1617.

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  • Institution for the Propogation of the Faith by [ANON]
    [ANON]
    Institution for the Propogation of the Faith To aid the Foreign Missions of the Old and the New World

    Paris: E. J. Bailly, 1850. First edition. A lovely clean copy of this prospectus. No flaws. A brief outline to the work of the institution. Although undated, this would seem to have been printed in 1850. 8 pp. 4 leaves (2 sheets) unbound.

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  • La Bible traduction de la Vulgate. Ancien Testament. by SACY, Maistre de
    SACY, Maistre de
    La Bible traduction de la Vulgate. Ancien Testament. Nouvelle edition, ornée de figures gravées sur acier.

    Paris: Au bureau central, 1837. Three volumes comprising the whole of the Old Testament. Quarter leather with marbled boards. Leather is dark green, with black labels and gilt titles and decorations. A bit rubbed to the spines but still attractive. Vol 1 has been repaired to the base at the spine at some point. Internally in good order, with a little foxing throughout. 160 plates. Romantic edition in 3 volumes of the Bible in the translation of Maistre de Sacy, adorned with inset plates engraved on steel by Peronard, Lalaisse, Skelton, Desjardins, etc. Text elegantly framed in a bold and thin black triple rule. 304, 647, 620 pages. (complete). 275 by 190mm (10¾ by 7½ inches).

    . Trois volumes…

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    Paris: Au bureau central, 1837. Three volumes comprising the whole of the Old Testament. Quarter leather with marbled boards. Leather is dark green, with black labels and gilt titles and decorations. A bit rubbed to the spines but still attractive. Vol 1 has been repaired to the base at the spine at some point. Internally in good order, with a little foxing throughout. 160 plates. Romantic edition in 3 volumes of the Bible in the translation of Maistre de Sacy, adorned with inset plates engraved on steel by Peronard, Lalaisse, Skelton, Desjardins, etc. Text elegantly framed in a bold and thin black triple rule. 304, 647, 620 pages. (complete). 275 by 190mm (10¾ by 7½ inches).

    . Trois volumes comprenant l'ensemble de l'Ancien Testament. Quart de cuir à plats marbrés. Le cuir est vert foncé, avec des étiquettes noires et des titres et décorations dorés. Un peu frotté aux dos mais toujours attrayant. Le vol 1 a été réparé à la base au niveau de la colonne vertébrale à un moment donné. Intérieur en bon état, avec un peu de rousseur partout. 160 assiettes. Edition romantique en 3 volumes de la Bible dans la traduction de Maistre de Sacy, ornée de planches hors-texte gravées sur acier par Peronard, Lalaisse, Skelton, Desjardins, etc. Texte élégamment encadré d'une gras et fine triple règle noire. 304, 647, 620 pages. (Achevée). 275 by 190mm

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  • La Brochure Le Pape et le Congres. by D'ORLEANS, Mgr L'Eveque
    D'ORLEANS, Mgr L'Eveque
    La Brochure Le Pape et le Congres. Lettre a un Catholique

    Edition: First Edition

    Paris: Charles Douniol, 1860. Original green paper covers with black titles. Containing the "Timbre Imperial Seine" stamp and 5 cent. tax paid stamp to an early page. Some pages uncut. A letter to Catholics from the Bishop of Orleans regarding the Pope and the recent Congress. The front cover is neat and tidy, but the rear cover has much marking, and there is loss of the bottom fifth of the paper cover. Internally clean and tidy throughout. Couvertures originales en papier vert titré en noir. Contenant le timbre « Timbre Imperial Seine » et 5 cent. timbre fiscal payé à une première page. Certaines pages non coupées. Lettre aux catholiques de l'évêque d'Orléans concernant le pape et le récent…

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    Paris: Charles Douniol, 1860. Original green paper covers with black titles. Containing the "Timbre Imperial Seine" stamp and 5 cent. tax paid stamp to an early page. Some pages uncut. A letter to Catholics from the Bishop of Orleans regarding the Pope and the recent Congress. The front cover is neat and tidy, but the rear cover has much marking, and there is loss of the bottom fifth of the paper cover. Internally clean and tidy throughout. Couvertures originales en papier vert titré en noir. Contenant le timbre « Timbre Imperial Seine » et 5 cent. timbre fiscal payé à une première page. Certaines pages non coupées. Lettre aux catholiques de l'évêque d'Orléans concernant le pape et le récent congrès. La couverture avant est propre et bien rangée, mais la couverture arrière a beaucoup de marques et il y a une perte du cinquième inférieur de la couverture en papier. Intérieurement propre et bien rangé. 32 pp.

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  • La Brochure Le Pape et le Congres. by D'ORLEANS, Mgr L'Eveque
    D'ORLEANS, Mgr L'Eveque
    La Brochure Le Pape et le Congres. Lettre a un Catholique

    Edition: First Edition

    Paris: Charles Douniol, 1860. Original green paper covers with black titles. Containing the "Timbre Imperial Seine" stamp and 5 cen. tax paid stamp to an early page. Some pages uncut. A letter to Catholics from the Bishop of Orleans regarding the Pope and the recent Congress. The front cover is neat and tidy, with neat owner's signature to the top edge, but the rear cover has a little marking, and there is loss of a touch of the edges of the covers. Internally clean and tidy throughout. Couvertures originales en papier vert titré en noir. Contenant le timbre « Timbre Imperial Seine » et 5 cen. timbre fiscal payé à une première page. Certaines pages non coupées. Lettre aux…

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    Paris: Charles Douniol, 1860. Original green paper covers with black titles. Containing the "Timbre Imperial Seine" stamp and 5 cen. tax paid stamp to an early page. Some pages uncut. A letter to Catholics from the Bishop of Orleans regarding the Pope and the recent Congress. The front cover is neat and tidy, with neat owner's signature to the top edge, but the rear cover has a little marking, and there is loss of a touch of the edges of the covers. Internally clean and tidy throughout. Couvertures originales en papier vert titré en noir. Contenant le timbre « Timbre Imperial Seine » et 5 cen. timbre fiscal payé à une première page. Certaines pages non coupées. Lettre aux catholiques de l'évêque d'Orléans concernant le pape et le récent congrès. La couverture avant est soignée et bien rangée, avec la signature soignée du propriétaire sur le bord supérieur, mais la couverture arrière a un peu de marquage et il y a une perte d'une touche des bords des couvertures. Intérieurement propre et bien rangé. 32 pp.

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  • La France L'Empire et la Papaute by VILLEMAIN, M.
    VILLEMAIN, M.
    La France L'Empire et la Papaute question de droit public

    Edition: First Edition

    Paris: Charles Douniol, 1860. Original green paper covers, with black titles to the front cover, and a list of publications to the rear panel. Containing the "Timbre Imperial Seine" stamp and 5 cent. tax paid stamp to an early page. Some pages uncut. A discussion of France, the Empire and the Papacy. Overall in good condition. The green paper covers are neat, but have a touch of marking to the covers. Internally clean and tidy throughout. Couvertures originales en papier vert, avec des titres noirs sur la couverture avant et une liste de publications sur le panneau arrière. Contenant le timbre « Timbre Imperial Seine » et 5 cent. timbre fiscal payé à une première page. Certaines pages non…

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    Paris: Charles Douniol, 1860. Original green paper covers, with black titles to the front cover, and a list of publications to the rear panel. Containing the "Timbre Imperial Seine" stamp and 5 cent. tax paid stamp to an early page. Some pages uncut. A discussion of France, the Empire and the Papacy. Overall in good condition. The green paper covers are neat, but have a touch of marking to the covers. Internally clean and tidy throughout. Couvertures originales en papier vert, avec des titres noirs sur la couverture avant et une liste de publications sur le panneau arrière. Contenant le timbre « Timbre Imperial Seine » et 5 cent. timbre fiscal payé à une première page. Certaines pages non coupées. Une discussion sur la France, l'Empire et la papauté. Globalement en bon état. Les couvertures en papier vert sont soignées, mais ont une touche de marquage sur les couvertures. Intérieurement propre et bien rangé. 32 pp.

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  • La Papaute by BUGET, P.
    BUGET, P.
    La Papaute Se vend au profit d'une bonne oeuvre

    Edition: First Edition

    Caen: Chenel, 1871. Original blue wraps, decorative titles and crest to the wraps - replicated to the title page. A couple of pages remain uncut. Overall in good condition, although there is staining and some (damp?) marking to the top edge of the covers. Very slight nicking to the edges of the wrapper. Inside generally clean and tidy throughout. Abbe Buguet was a Royalist, and traditionalist member of the church. He established a congregation to pray for the souls in Purgatory in Montligeon. He died in Rome in 1917. Enveloppements bleus originaux, titres décoratifs et écusson aux enveloppes - répliqués sur la page de titre. Quelques pages restent non coupées. Dans l'ensemble en bon état, bien qu'il y ait…

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    Caen: Chenel, 1871. Original blue wraps, decorative titles and crest to the wraps - replicated to the title page. A couple of pages remain uncut. Overall in good condition, although there is staining and some (damp?) marking to the top edge of the covers. Very slight nicking to the edges of the wrapper. Inside generally clean and tidy throughout. Abbe Buguet was a Royalist, and traditionalist member of the church. He established a congregation to pray for the souls in Purgatory in Montligeon. He died in Rome in 1917. Enveloppements bleus originaux, titres décoratifs et écusson aux enveloppes - répliqués sur la page de titre. Quelques pages restent non coupées. Dans l'ensemble en bon état, bien qu'il y ait des taches et quelques marques (humidité ?) sur le bord supérieur des couvertures. Très légères entailles sur les bords de la cape. L'intérieur est généralement propre et bien rangé. L'abbé Buguet était un membre royaliste et traditionaliste de l'église. Il fonda une congrégation pour prier pour les âmes du purgatoire de Montligeon. Il mourut à Rome en 1917. 78, [ii]. pp

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  • Le Célibat Ecclésiastique sans ses rapports Religieux et Politiques. by JAGER, M. L'abbé
    JAGER, M. L'abbé
    Le Célibat Ecclésiastique sans ses rapports Religieux et Politiques.

    Paris: Chez Gaume Frères, 1836. Second edition. Recent quarter leather with lovely marbled boards and gilt titles. Immaculate condition. Gilt marbled end papers. Inside the book is in good condition, but a little foxed to the pages. To the title page is a stamp for the Seminarium Argentinense in Strasbourg. Text in French. XXXVI, 144 pp. 225 x 145 mm (8¾ x 5¾ inches). Deuxième édition. Quartier de cuir récent avec de jolis plats marbrés et titres dorés. État impeccable. Gardes marbrées dorées. L'intérieur du livre est en bon état, mais un peu rousseur aux pages. A la page de titre se trouve un timbre du Seminarium Argentinense à Strasbourg. Texte en français. XXXVI, 144 pages. 225 x 145 mm

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  • Le Pape et La Diplomatie by VEUILLOT, Louis.
    VEUILLOT, Louis.
    Le Pape et La Diplomatie

    Edition: First Edition

    Paris: Gaume Freres et J. Duprey, 1864. Original green paper covers, with owner's name to the top of the front cover. Has the "Timbre Imperial Seine" and 5 cent. tax paid stamp to the title page. Overall in good condition. There is a little marking to the green covers, and rubbing to the paper spine, with a little loss. Internally clean and tidy throughout. Veuillot was a French Ultramontane (one who puts the authority of the Pope above all secular authority in all matters) and wrote much in support of the Papacy, and particularly criticising more Liberal Catholics of the time. Couvertures originales en papier vert, avec le nom du propriétaire en haut de la couverture avant. A la…

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    Paris: Gaume Freres et J. Duprey, 1864. Original green paper covers, with owner's name to the top of the front cover. Has the "Timbre Imperial Seine" and 5 cent. tax paid stamp to the title page. Overall in good condition. There is a little marking to the green covers, and rubbing to the paper spine, with a little loss. Internally clean and tidy throughout. Veuillot was a French Ultramontane (one who puts the authority of the Pope above all secular authority in all matters) and wrote much in support of the Papacy, and particularly criticising more Liberal Catholics of the time. Couvertures originales en papier vert, avec le nom du propriétaire en haut de la couverture avant. A la Seine Impériale Timbre et 5 cent. Timbre acquitté sur la page de titre. Globalement en bon état. Il y a une petite marque sur les couvertures vertes, et des frottements sur le dos du papier, avec un petit manque. Intérieurement propre et bien rangé. Veuillot était un ultramontain français (celui qui place l'autorité du pape au-dessus de toute autorité séculière dans tous les domaines) et a beaucoup écrit en faveur de la papauté, et en particulier en critiquant les catholiques libéraux de l'époque. 63 [ii] pp.

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  • Le Pape et La Liberté. by POUJOULAT, M.
    POUJOULAT, M.
    Le Pape et La Liberté.

    Edition: First Edition

    Paris: Charles Douniol, 1860. Yellow covers. Pamphlet containing a monograph in French dealing with the Pope and Liberty. Has the Imperial Timbre duty paid stamp to several pages. The covers and the first couple of pages are quite soiled with what seems to be a combination of foxing and spider damage! The rest of the pamphlet has light foxing to it. Overall a not very good condition, but still readable work. 32 pp. Couvertures jaunes. Brochure contenant une monographie en français traitant du Pape et de la Liberté. A le timbre Impérial Timbre acquitté sur plusieurs pages. Les couvertures et les deux premières pages sont assez sales avec ce qui semble être une combinaison de rousseurs et de dégâts…

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    Paris: Charles Douniol, 1860. Yellow covers. Pamphlet containing a monograph in French dealing with the Pope and Liberty. Has the Imperial Timbre duty paid stamp to several pages. The covers and the first couple of pages are quite soiled with what seems to be a combination of foxing and spider damage! The rest of the pamphlet has light foxing to it. Overall a not very good condition, but still readable work. 32 pp. Couvertures jaunes. Brochure contenant une monographie en français traitant du Pape et de la Liberté. A le timbre Impérial Timbre acquitté sur plusieurs pages. Les couvertures et les deux premières pages sont assez sales avec ce qui semble être une combinaison de rousseurs et de dégâts d'araignée ! Le reste de la brochure a de légères rousseurs. Dans l'ensemble, un travail pas très bon état, mais toujours lisible. 32 pages. 32 pp.

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