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Page 257 - As the hart panteth after the fountains of water, so my soul panteth after thee, O God. My soul hath thirsted after the strong living God; when shall I come and appear before the face of God...
Page 449 - Keenan (Rev. Stephen). Controversial Catechism ; or, Protestantism refuted and Catholicism established by an appeal to the Holy Scriptures, the testimony of the Holy Fathers, and the dictates of Reason ; in which such portions of Scheffmacher's Catechism as suit modern Controversy are embodied.
Page 449 - DOCUMENTS of Christian Perfection. Composed by the venerable and famous Father Paul, of St. Magdalen (Henry Heath) of the Seraphic Order of the Friars Minor at Douay, crowned with martyrdom at London, April llth, 1643. Translated out of the sixth and last Latin edition into English, and published at Douay in 1674, and illustrated with a Portrait of Father Paul. 18mo, cloth, 2s.
Page 450 - ERASTUS SENIOR scholastically demonstrating this conclusion, that, (admitting their Lambeth records for true), those called Bishops here in England are no Bishops, either in order or jurisdiction, or so much as legal; in answer to Mason, Heylin, and Bramhall.
Page 436 - ¡Ay! ¡Qué larga es esta vida, qué duros estos destierros, esta cárcel y estos hierros, en que el alma está metida! Sólo esperar la salida me causa un dolor tan fiero, que muero porque no muero.
Page 460 - DD Translated from the German, with a Memoir of the Author, preceded by an Historical Sketch of the State of Protestantism and Catholicism in Germany for the last hundred years. By JB ROBERTSON, Esq.
Page 455 - The Letters and Official Documents of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scotland, collected from the original MSS. preserved in the State Paper Office of London, and the principal archives and Libraries of Europe, together with a Chronological Summary : By Prince Alexander Labanoff.