Propagating the Word of Irish Dissent, 1650-1800
Four Courts Press, 1998 - History - 137 pages
Kevin Herlihy based this book on papers originally presented at the fourth conference on Irish dissent held at Marsh's Library in Dublin, 1997. It is aimed at those interested in, or studying ecclesiastical history.
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