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McGill pamphlets vol.5

Temporal power of the pope. A full and authentic report of the brilliant speech ...

Place of Publication
Philadelphia :
Publisher
H. & C. M'Grath,
Date of Publication
1855
Number of Pages
32 p.
Location No.
BQ 5334.M67 5:22
PCF File
PCF Record Number
36
Notes
..In the House of Representatives of the United States. January 11, 1855.

Substance of a sermon preached in St. Patrick's Church, Pittsburgh, Pa. on Sunday the 11th of November, 1832.

Place of Publication
Pittsburgh :
Publisher
Conway & Phillips, printers,
Date of Publication
1832
Number of Pages
12 p.
Location No.
BQ 5334.M67 5:3
PCF File
PCF Record Number
27
Notes
Published by request. P. 11-12 bound after p. 8.

Speech of J.R. Chandler, of Penn'a, delivered in the House of Representatives, January 10, 1854.

Place of Publication
Washington, D.C. :
Publisher
Congressional Globe,
Date of Publication
1854
Number of Pages
11 p.
Location No.
BQ 5334.M67 5:23
PCF File
PCF Record Number
37
Notes
Another copy in miscellanies. Closely trimmed margins.

Review of the lectures on the relative strength of Catholicity and Protestantism

Place of Publication
St. Louis :
Publisher
Hartnett, job printer,
Date of Publication
1854
Number of Pages
24 p.
Location No.
BQ 5334.M67 5:10
PCF File
PCF Record Number
30
Notes
..by the Rev. N.L. Rice, D.D. By a Catholic layman.

Reply of Rev. R.C. Grundy, to a pamphlet by a Catholic Layman, in answer to ...

Author
Place of Publication
Maysville (Ky.) :
Publisher
Collins & Brown,
Date of Publication
1843
Number of Pages
23 p.
Location No.
BQ 5334.M67 5:25
PCF File
PCF Record Number
39
Notes
Brief refutation is in vol.4.

Francis Patrick Kenrick, by the Grace of God, and favor of the Apostolic See, Archbishop of Baltimore, and Apostolic Delegate. To the clergy and..

Place of Publication
Baltimore :
Publisher
John Murphy & Co., printers,
Date of Publication
1851
Number of Pages
7 p.
Location No.
BQ 5334.M67 5:9
PCF File
PCF Record Number
29
Notes
faithful of the diocess of Baltimore. 'Grace be onto you...' First pastoral letter; pallium received the Sunday before. Announcement of the convocation of the first National Council on the fourth Sunday after Easter, 1852.