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A remonstrance, in a third letter, addressed to Charles Abel Moysey, D.D. Archdeacon of Bath, on the renewal of his former attacks upon the catholics in his late charge to the clergy of the deanery of Bedminster, July 29, 1824 / By the Rt. Rev. Peter Augustine Baines, D. D. &c. &c
Bib ID 2585600
Format BookBook
Author
Baines, Peter Augustine, 1786-1843
 
Description Bath : Printed by Wood, Cunningham, & Smith : Sold by H. Gye, and by Keating & Brown and Ambrose Cuddon, London, [1824?] 
8o (2), 47 p. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

No.[3] in a volume with binder's title: Catholic pamphlets. 1824.

Subjects Moysey, Charles Abel, 1779-1859. A charge delivered to the clergy of the Deanery of Bedminster ... June 29, 1824.  |  Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Catholic authors.

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