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The works of the Right Rev. John England, first bishop of Charleston

Author: John England; Ignatius Aloysius Reynolds
Publisher: Baltimore : John Murphy & Co., 1849.
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England, John, 1786-1842.
Works of the Right Reverend John England, first bishop of Charleston.
Baltimore : John Murphy & Co., 1849
Named Person: John England; John England
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John England; Ignatius Aloysius Reynolds
OCLC Number: 385848
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: 5 volumes : portrait ; 24 cm
Contents: Vol. 1 --
Biographical sketches and obituary notices of Bishop England --
Part I. Dogmatic and polemic theology --
1. An essay on infallibility --
2. Letters on the judicial office of the Catholic Church: addressed to the Rev. Hugh Smith --
3. On the vicious circle supposed to be contained in the argument from scripture for church authority --
4. Letters on the calumnies of J. Blanco White against the Catholic religion: addressed to the Roman Catholics of the U.S. of N. America --
5. Letters on the Catholic doctrine of transubstantiation, and on Protestant errors and variations concerning the holy Eucharist: addressed to the Rev. John Bachman, D.D. --
6. Explanation of a passage cited from Tertullian, against transubstantiation --
7. Letters on the doctrine of intention: in reply to a pamphlet by Thomas Waddell --
8. A letter on certain observations of Rev. Mr. Bedell, respecting transubstantiation and consubstantiation: addressed to a lady. Vol. 2 --
Part I (continued). Dogmatic and polemic theology --
1. Letters to the Right Rev. Dr. Bowen, on several Catholic doctrines --
2. Letters in defence of the preceding series, to the editors of the Gospel Messenger --
3. Letters to the Rev. William Hawley, on several misrepresentations of the Catholic religion --
4. Controversy on several Catholic doctrines, with the "Mount Zion Missionary" --
5. On penitential austerities, in reply to Dr. Paley --
6. Misuse of the term "liberality" --
7. Letter of O'Connell on liberality --
8. Letter of Bishop David on the definition of faith --
Part II. History. Influence, political and moral, of the Roman See --
9. Letters proving the residence and episcopacy of St. Peter in Rome --
10. Controversy with "one of the people of the south," on the pope's dispensing power --
11. English ecclesiastical laws and privileges: in reply to a writer in the "Savannah Georgian" --
12. Controversy with a writer in Washington, on the moral character of several popes --
13. Letter to Governor Troup, on Georgia, on the papacy and feudalism --
14. History and doctrines of the Waldenses. Vol. 3 --
Part II (continued). History. Influence, political and moral, of the Roman See --
1. Letters of Bishop England and Mr. Fuller, on the Roman chancery --
2. Letters to Forsyth on domestic slavery --
[Part II. History]. Contributions to the ecclesiastical history of America --
3. On Catholicity in South America: strictures on the North American review --
4. Communication to the propagation societies of Lyons and Dublin --
5. History of the Diocess of Charleston --
6. Memoir of Mother Mary Charles Molony --
[Part II. History]. Historical fragments --
7. Denmark --
8. Sweden --
9. Norway --
10. Russia --
11. European Turkey --
12. The Greek schism --
Part III. Miscellaneous --
13. Explanation of the ceremonies of the Mass, etc. --
14. Explanation of the ceremonies of Holy Week, at Rome --
15. Miraculous cure of Mrs. Ann Mattingly --
16. Miracles of Prince Hohenlohe --
17. Letters on certain political measures to Mr. O'Connell. Vol. 4 --
Part III (continued). Miscellaneous --
1. The republic in danger --
2. Calumnies against Catholic voters refuted --
3. Vindication of Judge Gaston --
4. Catholic schools; Education and insanity; New York school question --
5. Brief notice of the Jansenist schism --
6. Remarks on a collision between Mr. Ward and Mr. Poinsett --
7. Letters from Rome --
8. Letters on Mr. Willis's misrepresentations --
9. On certain superstitions imputed to Catholics --
10. Letter on some misrepresented Catholic tenets, to Chancellor Desaussure --
11. Ignorance of Catholic tenets --
12. Remarks on the usurpation of the title "Catholic" --
Part IV. Discourses, pastoral letters, addresses, and orations --
13. Discourse before Congress --
14. Discourse at the habiting of an Ursuline nun, with a history of the order, the office for the ceremony of reception, an abstract of the rule of St. Augustine, and the constitution of the Ursuline order --
15. Discourse on charity, preached in the cathedral of Boston on a national fast-day --
16. Pastoral letters, on various occasions --
17. Addresses to conventions within the Diocess of Charleston --
18. Addresses to the Society of St. John the Baptist --
19. Letter to charitable citizens of the United States, in behalf of the Catholic congregations which suffered by the great fire in Charleston --
20. Oration before the Literary and Philosophical Society of Charleston, on the religion of the American Indians --
21. Essay on the same subject, from the "Southern Review" --
22. Oration on the character of George Washington, delivered before the Washington light infantry. Vol. 5 --
Part IV (continued). Discourses, pastoral letters, addresses, and orations --
1. An address before the Literary and Philosophical Society of Charleston, on classical education --
2. Address before the literary societies of Franklin College, Athens, Ga., on the pleasures of the scholar --
3. A discourse before the Hibernian Society of Savannah, Ga., on the principal epochs of Irish history, with a sketch of St. Patrick --
4. Discourse before the Anti-Duelling society of Charleston, on the origin and history of the duel --
5. An essay on the description of the descent of Æneas into the shades, in the sixth book of the Æneid --
[Part V] General appendix --
6. Constitution of the Diocess of Charleston --
7. Documents relating to the schism of the Rev. William Hogan and St. Mary's Church, Philadelphia --
8. Harold correspondence --
9. Documents relating to the burning of the Charleston convent, the imposture of Rebecca Reed, the Boston riots, etc. --
10. Documents relating to Maria Monk's "awful disclosures," and the Hotel-Dieu Hospital, at Montreal --
11. General index --
12. Alphabetical index --
13. Chronological table of contents --
14. Index to editorial notes.
Other Titles: Bishop England's works
Responsibility: collected and arranged under the advice and direction of his immediate successor, the Right Rev. Ignatius Aloysius Reynolds and printed for him.


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