Roman Catholics

Roman Catholics (Total Items 16, Showing: 1 -> 8)

A brief warning against the measure commonly called
HOLFORD, George,, A brief warning against the measure commonly called "Catholic Emancipation", London: C.J.G. & F. Rivington. 1829, First edition.
ID No: 26091
75.00
A narrative of the late riots at Edinburgh;
EDINBURGH RIOTS,, A narrative of the late riots at Edinburgh; London, printed in the year 1779, First edition (or first London* edition?).
ID No: 21637
425.00
A perswassion to loyalty, or the subjects dutie:
OWEN,, David,, A perswassion to loyalty, or the subjects dutie: London, printed. 1642
ID No: 24357
175.00
A plea for the rights and liberties of religious women, with reference to the Bill proposed by Mr. Lacy.
ULLATHORNE, William Bernard,, A plea for the rights and liberties of religious women, with reference to the Bill proposed by Mr. Lacy. London: Thomas Richardson and Son, 1851, First edition.
ID No: 19885
150.00
A Protestant freeman's appeal to the Protestant electors of Great Britain and Ireland.
PROTESTANT FREEMAN,, A Protestant freeman's appeal to the Protestant electors of Great Britain and Ireland. London: Roake and Varty. 1831, First edition.
ID No: 19237
40.00
An Act for discovering, convicting and repressing of Popish Recusants.
CROMWELL: ACT OF PARLIAMENT,, An Act for discovering, convicting and repressing of Popish Recusants. London: printed by Henry Hills and John Field, printers to His Highness the Lord Protector. 1657
ID No: 26594
250.00
An answer to a discourse concerning the celibacy of the clergy, printed at Oxford.
TULLIE, George,, An answer to a discourse concerning the celibacy of the clergy, printed at Oxford. Oxford, printed at the Theater, for Richard Chiswell at the Rose and Crown in S. Pauls Church Yard, London. 1688, First edition.
ID No: 25099
150.00
An historical letter to the Rev. Charles O'Conor, D.D. heretofore styling himself Columbanus:
PLOWDEN, Francis Peter,, An historical letter to the Rev. Charles O'Conor, D.D. heretofore styling himself Columbanus: Dublin: sold by Hugh Fitzpatrick, 4, Capel-Street. 1812, First edition: variant issue.
ID No: 25981
275.00