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Miscellanies.

Author: Henry Edward Manning
Publisher: New York, Catholic Publication Society, 1877.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st American edView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Edward Manning
OCLC Number: 676071
Description: vii, 895 pages 19 cm
Contents: Roma æterna.- The work and the wants of the Catholic church in England.- On the subjects proper to the Academia.- Father Faber.- The visit of Garibaldi to England.- Cardinal Wiseman.- Inaugural address.- French infidelity.- Ireland.- Inaugural address.- On progress.- The dæmon of Socrates.- A letter to His Grace the Archbishop of Armagh, primate of all Ireland.- Dr. Nicholson's accusation of the Archbishop of Westminster.- The dignity and rights of labour.- The church of Rome.- Cæsarism and ultramontanism.- Ultramontanism and Christianity.- Christianity and antichristianism.- The pope and Magna charta.- Inaugural address.- Philosophy without assumptions.- Frederic Ozanam.- The independence of the Holy see.
Responsibility: By Henry Edward, cardinal, archbishop of Westminster.

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