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Author: G G Coulton
Publisher: [V.p., 1924-1939]
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Genre/Form: Controversial literature
Named Person: Hilaire Belloc; G G Coulton; Francis Aidan Gasquet; Arnold Lunn; Herbert Thurston; Hilaire Belloc; G G Coulton; Francis Aidan Gasquet; Arnold Lunn; Herbert Thurston
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: G G Coulton
OCLC Number: 221247855
Description: 16 pamphlets in 1 v.
Contents: No. 1. Roman Catholic truth, an open discussion between G.G. Coulton and L.J. Walker. 1924.- No. 2. Roman Catholic history. [1925]- No. 3. More Roman Catholic history. [1921]- No. 4. How history is miswritten, a test applied to the work of H. Cl. Lea at the instance of Dr. Coulton by Rev. Herbert Thurston. [1938]- No. 5. Roman Catholic and Anglican accuracy, a public correspondence between G.G. Coulton and Herbert Thurston. 1927.- No. 6. St. Thomas Aquinas on the elect and the reprobate, St. Thomas's exact words, with a prefatory note by Dr. G.G. Coulton. 1929.- No. 7. Mr. Hilaire Belloc as historian. 1930.- No. 8. Malta - and beyond, the real meaning of the conflict between the Vatican and the British traditions of government. [1930]- No. 9. The Reformation and British liberty. 1936.- No. 10. Divorce, Mr. Belloc and "The Daily Telegraph". 1937.- No. 11. Sectarian history. 1937.- No. 12. Sectarian history, a fresh development. 1938.- No. 13. The scandal of Cardinal Gasquet, a sequel to Sectarian history. 1937.- No. 14. Details of the Gasquet case. 1938.- No. 15. A premium upon falsehood (a postscript to the scandal of Cardinal Gasquet) 1939.- No. 16. A critic and a convert; or, A challenge and its sequel; letters exchanged between Dr. G.G. Coulton and Mr. Arnold Lunn. 1935.

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