The Resource Popery and the United States : embracing an account of papal operations in our country, with a view of the dangers which threaten our institutions., by Rufus W. Clark, M.A., pastor of the North Church, Portsmouth, N.H.

Popery and the United States : embracing an account of papal operations in our country, with a view of the dangers which threaten our institutions., by Rufus W. Clark, M.A., pastor of the North Church, Portsmouth, N.H.

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Popery and the United States : embracing an account of papal operations in our country, with a view of the dangers which threaten our institutions.
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Popery and the United States
Title remainder
embracing an account of papal operations in our country, with a view of the dangers which threaten our institutions.
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by Rufus W. Clark, M.A., pastor of the North Church, Portsmouth, N.H.
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eng
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1813-1886
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Clark, Rufus W.
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BX1770
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.C6
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non fiction
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Catholic Church
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Popery and the United States : embracing an account of papal operations in our country, with a view of the dangers which threaten our institutions., by Rufus W. Clark, M.A., pastor of the North Church, Portsmouth, N.H.
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1 online resource (19 pages)
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online
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Boston Public Library (Rare Book Dept.) copy bound with other pamphlets in a volume entitled: "Roman Catholic Church." Includes: [No.2]: Reminiscences and impressions of a visit to Rome during the canonization of the Japanese martyrs : a lecture pronounced in Bryan Hall, Dec. 18th, 1862 / by Right Rev. James Duggan. -- [No.3]: Fremont's Romanism established, acknowledged by Archibishop Hughes : how Fremont's nomination was brought about. Hughes, Seward, Fremont, and the Foreigners--a most foul coalition. -- [No.4]: Popery unmasked : showing the depravity of the priesthood and immorality of the confessional / by H.M. Hatch. -- [No.5]: A second letter to the Right Rev. Francis Patrick Kenrick, Roman Catholic Bishop of Philadelphia / by John Henry Hopkins. -- [No.6]: The "seven calumnies" : a discussion between Father Thos. Mcgovern, Roman Catholic Priest of York, Pa., and P. Anstadt, editor of the Teachers' journal. -- [No.7]: Les Jesuites dans le canton de Vaud / par Henri Martin, Ministre du Saint Evangile. -- [No.8]: Papal curses : a lecture / Father Quinn, formerly priest of the Roman Catholic Church. -- [No.9]: Papal supremacy : examined in the light of scripture and reason, a lecture / delivered by the Rev. B.L. Quinn, formerly priest of the Roman Catholic Church. -- [No.10]: Papal truthfulness : a lecture / by Father Quinn. -- [No.11]: Five letters to the critical reviewers / by Christopher Frederic Triebner. -- [No.12]: Rome and America : a brief survey of comparative culture / by Rev. Carl Tuercke.
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Popery and the United States : embracing an account of papal operations in our country, with a view of the dangers which threaten our institutions., by Rufus W. Clark, M.A., pastor of the North Church, Portsmouth, N.H.
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Publication
Extent
1 online resource (19 pages)
Form of item
online
Note
Boston Public Library (Rare Book Dept.) copy bound with other pamphlets in a volume entitled: "Roman Catholic Church." Includes: [No.2]: Reminiscences and impressions of a visit to Rome during the canonization of the Japanese martyrs : a lecture pronounced in Bryan Hall, Dec. 18th, 1862 / by Right Rev. James Duggan. -- [No.3]: Fremont's Romanism established, acknowledged by Archibishop Hughes : how Fremont's nomination was brought about. Hughes, Seward, Fremont, and the Foreigners--a most foul coalition. -- [No.4]: Popery unmasked : showing the depravity of the priesthood and immorality of the confessional / by H.M. Hatch. -- [No.5]: A second letter to the Right Rev. Francis Patrick Kenrick, Roman Catholic Bishop of Philadelphia / by John Henry Hopkins. -- [No.6]: The "seven calumnies" : a discussion between Father Thos. Mcgovern, Roman Catholic Priest of York, Pa., and P. Anstadt, editor of the Teachers' journal. -- [No.7]: Les Jesuites dans le canton de Vaud / par Henri Martin, Ministre du Saint Evangile. -- [No.8]: Papal curses : a lecture / Father Quinn, formerly priest of the Roman Catholic Church. -- [No.9]: Papal supremacy : examined in the light of scripture and reason, a lecture / delivered by the Rev. B.L. Quinn, formerly priest of the Roman Catholic Church. -- [No.10]: Papal truthfulness : a lecture / by Father Quinn. -- [No.11]: Five letters to the critical reviewers / by Christopher Frederic Triebner. -- [No.12]: Rome and America : a brief survey of comparative culture / by Rev. Carl Tuercke.
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