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Popes - Temporal power

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.

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.

Pastoral letter of the Most Rev. Archbishop and suffragan prelates of the province of New York. Addressed to the clergy...

Place of Publication
New York :
Publisher
Metropolitan Record,
Date of Publication
1860
Number of Pages
36 p.
Location No.
BV 800.A13 v.2
PCF File
PCF Record Number
278
Notes
.. and laity of their respective dioceses, at the close of the third [sic] provincial council. Dated: January 19, 1860. We have added scarcely anything to previous legislation. Mainly on the temporal power of the pope. Note written on cover: Also in v

Pastoral letter of the Archbishop of New York to the clergy of the diocese and the faithful of his charge.

Place of Publication
New York :
Publisher
Catholic Publication Society ,
Date of Publication
1889
Number of Pages
16 p.
Location No.
BV 800.A13 v.2
PCF File
PCF Record Number
279
Notes
Dated: Feast of the Most Holy Rosary, 1889. On the temporal power of the pope, Peter's Pence.

Lecture of the Most Rev. Martin John Spalding, D.D. ... on the temporal power of the pope and the Vatican Council..

Place of Publication
Philadelphia :
Publisher
McLaughlin Brothers, Printers,
Date of Publication
1870
Number of Pages
24 p.
Location No.
Misc.Apolog 11:10
PCF File
PCF Record Number
76
Notes
..delivered at the American Academy of Music, Philadelphia, December 9th, 1870. Revised and enlarged by the author. Text set in red-line borders.